Now that you mention it, it doesn’t look like 9-1-1 recorded for me yesterday either. In fact, even though I have it set to Record New Episodes, it doesn’t show next week scheduled to record even though it’s a new episode but it does show the week after that as scheduled…
I remember having an issue with an episode of AGT this summer. Can’t remember which episode.
Same thing @Nilex said happened back then too. I had to setup to record all new, was not scheduled to record the following week after that missed episode (had to set to record separately), but was OK after that. I seem to recall thinking it was a guide issue.
I have Hulu so we were able to get caught up – just had to endure the commercials!
I have had the same problem with both La Brea and also Ghosts. I just had an online chat with customer support and they are going to have my Tablo logs checked remotely to see if they can determine a fix
I’m wondering is the problem may be with the Guide Provider. I have another subscription service that I sometimes get programs through. I had La Brea set to record on this service, also. Programs, when recorded, were stored under “Brea”. (Tablo did not do this, BTW.) The guide service used by the distributor also handles a number of Spanish language programs, and in Spanish, like English, the definite article (“the” in English, “la” in Spanish feminine) is dropped from sorting and matching.
Admittedly, this is far fetched, but with several of us not getting La Brea recordings, (despite it showing up in Scheduled Events in Tablo), I don’t think its random, or because of local reception issues.
Totally agree. Since my problems seem to happen after I had been running the latest Tablo firmware (2.2.38) for a while with no issues, I don’t think it’s related to a Tablo firmware update either. Guide provider problem seems the most logical, hopefully they can get it resolved ASAP.
I’ve encountered the same problem.
I’ve had either new episodes or all episodes suddenly stop recording!
The “band-aid” (as it can re-occur at any time) has been to delete the show as a scheduled recording and then re-establish it as a scheduled recording.
Redundant, ridiculous and (should be) uneccessary, I know!..but it has worked for me numerous times.
On various occasions, I’ve discussed this issue with Tablo support and they’ve consistently blamed the guide data provider.
I’ve proven this not to be the case, as the previous week/day (as some are daily recordings) have identical show titles and no deviation whatsoever.
The particular show description will vary (obviously) but there’s no justification in blaming the guide provider, as, once I use the aforementioned method, the recordings (containing the same exact info.) are successful!
Don’t assume that it’s the guide data provider’s fault. It’s not!
Neither is the missing/inconsistent cover art (which they’ve also blamed on the guide data provider).
When in doubt…blame somebody else!