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Subtitled, but NOT Closed-Captioned
Reviewed in the United States on July 24, 2013
I loved the Eureka series on TV, and just bought all seasons from Amazon which were delivered promptly. My only complaint is that the shows are SUBTITLED (called SDH, Subtitled for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing) not closed-captioned (that you can turn on and off with your TV's CC button). I use CC often since I sometimes have trouble hearing the dialog, but there is no closed-captioning on the DVDs. Instead they have an option to see SUBTITLED versions of the shows, which means that ALL of the dialog is shown in large white characters ALL THROUGHOUT THE SHOW. I find these subtitles annoying and distracting.
This is apparently what Universal Studios, now owned by Comcast, does. They don't seem to realize closed captioning and subtitles are different things used for different reasons.