Advertisements Did anyone else get this email today? "Dear Seattle, I'm writing to alert you that after September 29th, your TiVo® Series1 DVR will not be able to create any new recordings. TiVo is upgrading the data associated with all programming in order to provide superior program guide information to our subscribers. Unfortunately this new data does not work with our oldest device - the venerable TiVo Series1. As a result, while you will always be able to access your existing recordings, your Series1 DVR will make its last call to update the TiVo Guide on September 15th. This last call will include 14 days of program guide information, which will allow you to record shows through September 29th. After that date Season Passes will no longer record and the TiVo Guide will indicate that no program information is available. We know that this is disappointing, and we feel terrible about relaying this news. We understand how much you rely on your TiVo Series1, and we appreciate you being a loyal TiVo owner. Please accept our apology. The TiVo Series1 was released in 1999 and last manufactured in 2002, with roughly 3,500 Series1 DVRs still in active service. They've had a great run and we're truly sorry to see them go. For this inconvenience, please accept a free $75 VISA prepaid card to use any way you would like1. REDEEM NOW"