I’m not sure I understand the appeal of streaming Netflix.
After a while, you start to think that if you want to watch a good show, you have to go and pay for it.
That’s not what I’m saying.
The streaming service is great for people who are willing to spend more, but there are other options.
The number of shows I’ve watched in 2017 is actually higher than last year, with almost 400 new series.
But those shows are not all Netflix originals, and if you’re looking for something like Game of Thrones, you’re probably going to want to stick with HBO.
Even HBO’s recent foray into original programming (HBO’s new adaptation of The Wire) has had its issues, so I wouldn’t call it a success.
Netflix is also good for those who want to see some live sports.
That doesn’t mean they’re going to be watching live sports on a daily basis, but they’ll have some highlights to keep them on their toes.
Even though the sports streaming service isn’t available everywhere, the fact that it can be watched at home and is more affordable means that it’s more accessible to a lot of people.
This year’s best-selling series have also been on Netflix, with the streaming service’s most popular series coming in second place.
That was true for The Walking Dead, which was ranked as the third best show on the streaming platform in 2017.
The Walking East season 3 and season 4 were also the most popular on the service, though, and they were also ranked as number one and two, respectively.
It’s no surprise that these shows were on Netflix.
Netflix has the ability to offer more original programming than its rivals, and with the addition of more live sports and a larger library of original content, it should continue to grow.