|An image from the Push Girls website.|
This reminds me a lot of "rental versions" of DVDs you can get at Redbox and other rental companies which sometimes don't have captions. Captions are often considered a "special feature." (This seems to be getting better, but I still see it sometimes on 'rental DVDs' we get for the library I work for.)
This makes me sad. If a company is going to make a show available online, especially if it is a show about disabilities, I don't see any reason we should have to pay $2.99, or buy a cable/satellite television subscription, to be able to watch it.