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Did you miss the latest Simpsons? We got you covered with all the episodes (US- Now, go write “I will never put other priorities before Bart again” on a chalkboard 50 times.
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When do you’ll intoduce in México all the google play store ?
Google, send me my Nexus 4 so I can watch the simpsons!!!!!!! 
these seasons suck. Please add 2-9 so I can give you my money.
Missing the latest Nexus phone.
Gonna kick this off with the traditional "why isn't this available in Europe?! I will continue pirating if they keep doing this!" etc etc
Any word when our Nexus 4 we purchased last week will be delivered? Turns out users who purchased in the first 15 minutes are left waiting without answers while those who purchased after 15 minutes already got their devices delivered. 
If I buy these episodes tonight, will it take 3 weeks for them to show up on my #nexus4  
its been one week and i havent received my nexus 4....
That show is still on? Its all about American Dad, The Boondocks, Black Dynamite, and Family Guy!!!!
John A.
can someone point me to the googleplayedme store?  where is my iphone google?
I wish I could watch them from here...The Spanish dub is still on season 20 or 21.
Don't watch much Simpsons but good show variety on google play :-)
I don't get how their PR department can keep spewing out their usual trite and/or asinine campaigns and simultaneously completely ignore the Nexus 4 disaster that is building up into a superstorm.
I don't watch much of the Simpsons but google play is good at providing allot of more options for shows
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LOVE THE SIMPSONS.. but not available in Canada #sadface  
+FOX Broadcasting You know that by not licensing your shows for services such as +Google Play internationally you're just asking for people to find other ways (that are less profitable to you) to get the shows, right?
$2 per episode and almost $40 per season???  Someone's smokin' crack.  For comparison, one can subscribe to cable for $40/mo and have 150 channels 24 hours a day.  I'd be interested to see if anybody buys an episode let alone an entire season.  Price reasonably (read  considerably less ), or include in a streaming "all you can eat" package like Netflix and people will watch.  At $38 per season it would cost a fan over $870 to watch them all.  _ CRAZY _.  I'm all for free market and pricing things where you want, But these won't sell.  And then someone is going to say that Google Play is a failure.  The accountants that thought this was a good pricing plan should be canned. 
Shut up and take my money! Oh, wait. I'm in the Philippines... we cannot buy movies and TV shows in +Google Play yet. Dangnabit...
+Robert Le Blah I completely agree with you. But you are buying the show, so you get to watch them whenever you want. It would be amazing if we can rent them for a quarter of the price. 
Hell I'd rent an episode for like $0.25. Even $0.50. I bet you can make a lot of money by doing this, enough to make Apple and Amazon scared.

And don't even get me started on Netflix. Complete waste of money in the long run. Sure pay $8 a month for a few months, and you watch just about everything. When you watched everything then there is nothing more to watch. And Netflix rarely updates to the newest shows, so I think in the long run it is a complete waste of money.

And +Mark Nealon I do have to agree with you. By only having shows in one place, people will find another way. Like I seen on a earlier post where people from Canada wanted to buy Music on Google Play, and there was no international option. So, what do they do? They either move to Amazon, or iTunes to get what they want; therefore pushing them more out of the Google ecosystem. Less profit for Google. Not Good. 
And you keep on using this page just for simple advertising for the US just as if nobody is complaining about it. Seriously, who is working behind this page? A local advertisement-editor from a US-small town who has never heart about globalization and who doesn't know that +Google is an international acting company? +Google Play, you are providing an international page here on +Google+. You should use it for international purposes. Otherwise you could just as well rename this page into "+Google Play doesn't care for customers from the rest of the world. Just keep on giving us your money in the restricted ways we allow it to you. Well, the content you're requesting isn't available? Well... Oh, shut up. Go to +Amazon Deutschland or something like this." I don't think that +Google really wants to spread such an unprofessional message, do you? So get you're work done and that in a right way!
Make it available in good old germany asap please :-)
+Benjamin Wagener Google (as does anyone else) has to negotiate licences with the copyright holders to sell these things on a country by country basis. I believe it's generally the copyright holder that causes the holdups in the process, so the blame shouldn't be just on Google. I'm sure Google would love to be able to sell everything everywhere.

+Curtis Coburn I was think more along the lines of Bit Torrent. Even if people want to pay they won't if they can't, and that won't stop them from watching the show anyway.
Blaming Google here is stupid. Copyright holders use an insane draconian system to allow companies to use their content...
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    echo “I will never put other priorities before Bart again”;

If your here complaining that you nexus hasn't shipped yet. You got one. Stop complaining.
Make all the play ecosystem available all over europe !!! 
+Curtis Coburn I agree.  At $0.25 per episode people wouldn't hesitate nearly as much and they'd probably make a lot more money - just less on each transaction.
Well the problem isn't paying, at least for me, it's the service itself which is technically lacking. I have paid for a current season of a TV show and yet the episodes are incredibly delayed in being pushed as available to my devices, both a Galaxy Nexus and a Nexus 10.

The problem can be resolved (as I found out from tech support) by uninstalling the update on Google Play Movie app and then having it re-update. Of course this wipes all downloaded movies and TV shows....
This only works on my Galaxy Nexus however since there is no way to force a content refresh in the app and on my Nexus 10.

This is a pure technical issue that should be extremely easy to solve with a md5 hash check per subscription or similar to force a content check. Or simpler yet, add a user option to force content refresh in the application.

And yes, I have sent in feedback and trouble tickets. 

If you want to be a premium content provider you need to have the technology to support it. Paying customers fully expect this.
Yes I did miss the latest Simpsons, but I am also missing the opportunity to order a Nexus 4 and blatantly ignoring your faithful customers who are asking for more information on their current orders and potential orders will do you no favour for customer loyalty.
+Andreas Kanon It usually takes approximately 24 hours after the original air date and time for a TV show to become available. 

If it’s been more than 24 hours after an air date and you still aren’t seeing your show, please check to see if the episode shows up under “My Movies & TV” when you log in on the web at If it does, you should be able to get it to show up on your Nexus device by rebooting. 

If the issue still persists please let me know and we can troubleshoot further. 
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