Effective March 15, 2016, NOOK Video will no longer offer digital movies and television shows for rental or purchase.
Nook has partnered with Disney to ensure the best experience and a seamless transition for your eligible Disney, Disney•Pixar, Marvel, and Star Wars movies. Further instructions on how to transfer those titles to a new or existing Disney Movies Anywhere account will be sent to you by email on or before April 15, 2016.
For all your other purchased NOOK Video titles, Nook has partnered with to provide continuing access at no new cost to you. Further instructions on how to transfer your NOOK Videos to a new or existing CinemaNow account will be sent to you by email on or before April 15, 2016.
After April 30, 2016, NOOK will no longer support the playback of your purchased NOOK Videos on the NOOK Video app or compatible NOOK devices. To continue accessing and viewing your Movies and TV Shows, you will need to migrate your video content to CinemaNow and Disney Movies Anywhere starting on or before April 15, 2016.
My count leaves me having purchased 3 tablets and readers that were defective as originally shipped. I was only able to return one of them for replacement. B&N bricked my Nook HD+, then shipped me another one which powers on but which cannot be used, just to be absolutely certain that they had me truly annoyed. My son's Nook HD is at death's door and my spouse was so fed-up with all the other Nook hardware failures that she just abandoned hers which at least allows me to use the one that I bought for her and to be able to read the thousands of Nook titles I have bought. She 'muddles through' these days with an ASUS tablet and has never looked back. Yep, I was a complete IDIOT to place the degree of faith in B&N tablets that I did in their 1st two e-reader models based upon how well the 1st two that I bought functioned.
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