ITT: "I don't understand this... they removed the shows that I've been binging since highschool... is it possible that most of their userbase is comprised of people other than mentally unhealthy redditors who only watch The office? No, definitely not, Netflix is dead"
I originally got Netflix for anime. Then it stopped being a decent source of anime for a long time and started making good shows and picking up other series.
Now it's paying Japanese production companies for exclusive anime released in full that cater to an international audience instead of being 'so anime it hurts'.
What I'm trying to say is, thanks Netflix! You're exceeding the bar that other networks put so low you could've stepped over it, but instead you're raising it back up.
doesnt mention the more importantly news that Netflix just got the rights to the entire Month Python collection. I bet this will get buried though.
I love you
PS: Futurama & always sunny plz
How?! They removed It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Futurama!
They just want to watch Lost in Space. Also, i have to go... Lost in Space is on.
Okay, I get that nobody on reddit reads the article, but you're missing out on a hilarious typo:
> Sarandos said the latest season of **13 Seasons Why**, a mystery about a high school student who takes her own life, was perhaps the most popular show in the world last year.
Nice slip by the author. Why indeed, Netflix?