We’ve seen an evolution in the way we watch TV and movies thanks to the Internet. We’re no longer confined to the usual sources of our television sets and movie theaters. We can get TV and movies via numerous sources on the Internet. But how much do you rely on the Internet for watching TV and movies?
It wasn’t too long ago that you had to search the Internet to find that movie or television show you wanted to watch, but there’s no more searching. It’s readily available. Just about every television network has its programming made readily available both via website and mobile app. You can binge watch an entire series in just a couple of nights. Movies are available through popular sites Netflix, Hulu, iTunes, and Amazon. You can even find complete movies on YouTube. And now these sources are beginning to offer original programming. Netflix is offering television series not seen anywhere other than the site, and they are beginning to offer movies the same way. It removes the choice. If you want to watch it, you have to go to Netflix.
Have you made the switch? Do you watch all of your TV and movies via the Internet? Or do you still like to watch some on your television and at the theater? How much do you rely on the Internet for watching TV and movies?
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