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3 thoughts on “The Netflix Effect – How the Internet is Changing TV”
To be honest, apart from live news, weather and political debate, I can’t remember when we devoted much time to scheduled cable TV programs.
Netflix has become a way of life when you want it and how much you want it.
While I agree that Netflix is a force to be reckoned with, I also believe it has forced network TV and cable channels to up their game with their programming and as a result I’ve been watching some awesome television series like MadMen, The Walking Dead, Humans, Extant, Tyrant and others with great enthusiasm. If I miss an episode, its then available either on that network’s website or Hulu or eventually on Netflix. Currently, I binge watch shows like House of Cards on Netflix or movies. I’ve been debating dropping TV altogether in favor of streaming, but as I said, I think some networks are coming up with great programming. In the end, the commercials are an eyesore tho and I wonder how they’ll fit in down the line. I do know that cable in my area has gotten extremely expensive over the past few years.
watching Netflix now. Love being able to watch old movies great article
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