Time Warner Cable has been pouring on the features lately, from adding 3D content to increasing its home broadband internet speeds.
This week's update gives customers the ability to scroll back on their guide for three days to watch shows they've missed on certain channels -- without setting the DVR.
So, in theory, if you wanted to see that Oprah episode you missed on Thursday that your DVR, for whatever reason, failed to record, Time Warner's got you covered.
Just pick up the remote and scroll backwards, find that Oprah slot and watch away.
"Look Back" will launch with up to 48 channels on Time Warner systems, and they should be consistent market-to-market. You'll be able to access Look Back programming immediately after it airs on the network channel.
I typed in the Observer's zip code at Time Warner's website and found these channels available for "Look Back" locally:
This service just finished marketing trials in several cities and was previously available to local customers who signed up for TWC's new gold Signature Home package
Now TWC is rolling it out in multiple areas, including New York, New England, North Carolina, South Carolina, Ohio, Wisconsin and parts of Texas.