All those years ago would anyone have predicted Netflix would be making award-winning programs with a big following such as "Orange is the New Black" and "House of Cards"? Would people have thought that against all odds "Arrested Development" would be brought back--albeit in a form that admittedly disappointed many? Sure, not everything Netflix tries to put out is a pure gold (it seems everyone hates "Hemlock Grove" but as I haven't watched it I feel unqualified to comment), but enough stuff gets them popular buzz that there are people who buy a subscription just to see the original programming, and then enjoy other movies and television series as an afterthought.
|Kevin Spacey, almost always enjoyable in whatever he acts in.|
|It was good while it lasted.|
If the death of Net Neutrality sounds scary, then I'm glad you're upset, because you should be terrified. Recent court rulings have it so that while we have Net Neutrality at this moment, that won't necessarily be the case for long. Netflix is already doing some "Deals with the Devil" that have immediate-but-minor repercussions in anticipation of Net Neutrality going the way of the Dodo bird, and if the FCC lets corporations start slicing up the internet into various speeds things are probably gonna get really ugly.
|Enjoy speedy streaming of Netflix shows like this while you can.|