I have Netflix connectivity available through one TV, a Wii console, a TiVo box, a blu-ray player, my phone and my computers. They vary significantly, with the best by far being the blu-ray player (a Sony). The variable? Different connections to my home wireless network. The worst is the TiVo box when it's connecting to the TiVo network (it's OK when it isn't) for other things, which indicates to me it's a bandwidth issue.
It didn't work for that either.
Until I switched service providers. Now, I never have problems. I use Wavecable, which may be limited to the West coast. It's your provider, not Netflix, IMO.
I'll be unable to get a program to stream in HD, even though I know I have plenty of bandwidth.
I'm using a Panasonic BluRay player. I relaunch the Net part, then relaunch Netflix, and restart the program I'm trying to watch. Sometimes I have to repeat a couple of times, but I usually can finally get an HD stream to go.
but then they devoted extra resources to the "Save a leg for Rocky" campaign.
not providing me enough bandwidth, I think. Over the past year I have sorted through the sell job, phone representatives told me, and discovered through service guys, I'm at the end of the local supply feed, and may not be getting enough bandwidth (capacity) to consistently stream Netflix programming without slow loading or frequent buffering.
You need about 5.0 Mbps to get a decent HD feed.
Variable from 11Mbps, to 1-2Mbps. Often bottoming out in the evenings. Higher use rates, I guess.
The wife hasn't ever seen it, and it's been forever for me. But, since that crapped out, we're trying the first episode of Once Upon A Time.
Yes, I'm a swinger.
It's grown on me though. Given that Modern Family and The Middle are the only other programs on right now that I follow faithfully, it's pretty good stuff.
Fairy tales for people who hate fairy tales meet urban fantasy for people who hate urban fantasy.
everybody walks and everybody talks. There is an occasional witty line, and then more walking.
Everyone learns a very valuable lesson. It's just like Full House that way.
Malory, Amy Adams as farmers daughter, Ginger, Congresswoman Wyatt, Margret. And as an added bonus Mary Louise Parker.
Plus lots of ND sweatshirts and coffee mugs.
I just rewatched the first four seasons. Debating whether to watch season five or not.
...and the way the traffic is being directed by Netflix.
You might try a different device, as I believe they store and route different formats differently.
One quit when it hit a certain time. The rest of the series is fine. I've found the same thing for another episode in a different series. I don't think I've ever really had the issue you are having. At least not with any consistency and not anything that couldn't plausibly be a network thing.