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You need to look at pirates,see how they behave, they get to watch what they want ,when they want and it’s nothing new.
\nOne thing that this enables and that you ignore is that on average people watch more shows ,more movies and they become savvier consumers.
\nEase of navigation,content discovery are not real problems,it’s just an industry that’s decades behind failing again and again to adapt.Things will get better.Content discovery is already easy enough, sites like IMDB, TV Rage, TV. com and even Wikipedia enable consumers to decide if something is worth checking out or not.
\nGetting rid of,what you call escapism”might be a very good thing, will lower ratings for shows people watch out of boredom and up ratings for what they deem good – ofc what people deem good ,might not actually be good, after all average shows get the best ratings nowadays.being able to catch up on any show at any time and marathon viewing should be a good thing for better shows since it helps shows with a more complex plot and might shift a lot of viewers from L&O and CSI garbage.
\nAnyway, if you want to see how things will be just look at pirates,just make sure to factor in age and education levels,they’ve been living in the future for many years now.<\/p>\n\t\t\t\t\t<\/div>\n\t\t\t\t\t