/r/television's Weekend Recommendations & What Are You Watching? (Week of February 16, 2018)
Joel McHale says E! told him to lay off the Kardashians while hosting 'The Soup'
Olympic Commentators Should Cut the Chit-Chat and Just Explain the Sport
Sir David Attenborough to present new cinematic BBC One documentary about endangered animals
Trump vs The World: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)
We just got Netflix over the weekend. My mum has already binge watched The Punisher.
ABC needs to revive "The Mole." That is all.
Doctor Who composer exits show after thirteen years
Batman: The Animated Series Show Bible
Strangers with Candy - compilation of “morals” from the ends of episodes
Getting Two Versions of J.K. Simmons Is the Best Reason To Watch Counterpart
How Skins produced top UK acting stars
Collateral Official Trailer | Netflix
The Office - Law & Order Audition
TV tonight: PBS's 'Independent Lens' explores the history of historically black colleges and universities
The Tick is Back FRIDAY! SPOON!
With TV Ratings Down, Major League Baseball Makes Pitch To Speed Up Games
Bojack Horseman on gun control
30 Rock - Jack Donaghy Election Speech
Unabomber Says 'Manhunt: Unabomber' is 'Mostly Fiction'
Curb Your Enthusiasm — Larry Respects Wood
Always sunny: Mac's blackface washes off and Dennis decides to switch characters.
It's A Beautiful 50th Birthday For 'Mister Rogers' Neighborhood'
The Eric Andre Show - Eric Andre Does Paris - Full Special
Everything Sucks | Wonderwall
Disney's 'Andi Mack' renewed for season 3
Knightfall impressions?
Netflix's 'The Joel McHale Show' With Joel McHale brings back just the right vehicle—for Joel McHale
Please make sure to review your Spectrum bill often. I had been signed up for Spectrum TV without my permission, billed monthly for a few months, and refused a refund despite never having used the service or been aware of its existence.
Out of all anthology shows that have aired recently, which one is the most consistent?
This Milk Life commercial with the Olympics lady makes no sense. If she has everything she needs right inside her, WHY THE FUCK DOES SHE NEED MILK LIFE
Does anybody remember Beyond Belief- fact or fiction
Let us The Soup fans rejoice it is back and hasn't missed a beat.
Bojack Horseman - "NBD"
Animals. Not enough love?
TV Ratings: Second Sunday Recovers, Olympic Fatigue Still Evident
Is this season of Homeland any good?
Watching absentia, does it get better? (SPOILERS!!!)
The Sliding Winter Olympics Ratings
Harvey Weinstein Documentary Receives February 20, 2018 Release Date on UK's Channel 4
How Abraham Lincoln really died. - WKUK
12388 NeShep I don't think any company is ever going to tell its investors that it regrets spending $6 billion on **anything** regardless of the circumstances.
597 FollowSteph Unlike licensing the content they create stays in their library permanently which will make a bigger and bigger difference over time. Wasn't it Scrubs that cost $17 million per year to license? Now imagine they spent double that, $30 million. It would still be worth it because after 2 years it's all profit, and it will last more than 2 years. Not only that but the deeper their library goes the higher the value to subscribe. Yes they will replace scrubs with something new in 1-2 years but each year they have to pay. Now imagine it keeps growing rather than changing!! I believe it's a great long term play by them.
4432 toasterslayer I hope not. I do think they are flooding the Originals market a bit too much though. None of their new shows seem to be getting the level of attention their originals were getting a few years ago.
1587 xeonicus "Disney revealed earlier this month it will pull all of its content from Netflix, including all of its Star Wars and Marvel movies, in favor of its own streaming service that will launch in 2019." "Splintering streaming services" (i.e. money grabs) I wonder if these clueless CEOs realize this sort of thing isn't sustainable. People aren't going to pay for several subscription services. This is why piracy happens.
259 Twat_The_Douche As long as 5 billion goes towards the new Witcher series...
382 SailingPatrickSwayze They are definitely suffering from "too much" original content right now. Everything gets lost in the noise. However, I do think it has the added benefit of hiding the bad stuff because there's always something new coming out. Ultimately, they just want a catalog of their own. Someday the 6 billion spent will come back 100 fold. Don't get me wrong. I don't like the strategy, but I understand why they do it. I much prefer HBO's quality over quantity. I have re-watched most of the the HBO shows, but I have no desire to re-watch any of the Netflix shows I've seen. Good enough for one viewing.
154 Mistertamborineguy Yeah, what kind of business admits regret over their own decisions?
427 SHREDDY_KRUEGAR Fuck that, I just want them to keep Malcolm in the middle. They can keep their Brad Paisley comedy rodeo masterpiece.
94 XROOR When Netflix original content FIRST came out, it was like a guarantee like the Good Housekeeping Seal of the 50', too many Netflix originals are like those movies that went straight to DVD. The Daniel Craig one is horrible btw