Today I am not only streaming “away on netflix season 2”, but I’m also sharing it. I’ve been a fan of this show since its beginnings, and one of my favorite parts of it is the fact that no matter how many times I watch it, I still have to watch it again. I mean, come on, I get that Netflix has made so much money off its shows, but still.
I think that Netflix is kind of like a family, where everyone has their own little quirks and likes and dislikes. That is, until that one person who doesn’t like one of the shows has a bad episode and everyone else is all like “oh noes! I love this show.” And then you have to watch the show again because they don’t like it, which really makes it a constant struggle to find something you like because maybe if you like it you’ll find it again.
I think that this is one of the main reasons why Netflix only has two seasons a year, because they have to work so hard to get people to like the series. And as much as the quality of the shows on Netflix are great, after you watch them a few times you start to get a bit bored. You want to watch something else, but you don’t find a new show.
Its hard to justify a pay-per-view subscription to a Netflix original series as a legitimate reason to go out and watch something, so the company is probably doing something right by Netflix. While I don’t think you can really complain about the quality of the shows on Netflix, I do think that the shows on the service often seem to be a bit too “dumbed-down.
The problem is that these dumbed-down shows are just that. Dumbed-down. They’re made to be dumbed-down. They’re filled with voiceovers and cut scenes, as well as people who speak in very specific voices.
I think these shows are made to be dumbed-down because the producers are trying to make the viewer think that theyre watching something that theyre not. A friend of mine who is a huge fan of The Shield and who I think is a great actor in general, recently posted this on the fan site for The Shield, a show that I think is pretty dumbed down, and which he has seen at least a few times.
This, of course, is a problem because the network, Netflix, has a huge audience. The shows are the only way for people to see Netflix, so if the network is dumbing down the show (which they often are), it would mean that the shows are dumbed-down too. A second problem is that many shows, like The Shield, are made to be dumbed-down to the point where they don’t even make sense.
The problem isn’t that Netflix is dumbing down the shows, but that they’re dumbing down the shows to the point where they are actually making them dumb.
Its like how some people make a lot of money by making a lot of money by making a lot of money. Netflix doesnt make the shows dumb, its just making them dumb in the same way that Coca Cola makes people dumb to drink it.
The problem is that the shows are dumbing down to the point where they are actually making the shows dumb. I know this because I was one of the people making the dumbed-down shows that people are making dumbed-down, dumbed-down, dumbed-down. It is a problem because it leads to people taking the shows dumbed-down in a way that makes them not so dumb anymore.