What’s the difference between catch-up and library content?
Catch-up content refers to content that is available for viewing on the STAR web version generally around 24 hours after its television broadcast. Catch-up content can be found anywhere between 10 and 30 days after its uploaded to STAR .
When a series episode is nearing the end of its viewing period, the FOX App and its STAR web version will provide a reminder on the content’s image.
Library content is labeled as such when it carries a viewability period beyond that available for catch-up content. For instance, series and series episodes catalogued under “library” are offered for longer periods on the STAR, which makes library content ideal for viewers looking to marathon through complete seasons.