Netflix is a modern form of a survey designed to decide how many people watch and why. And as the new era begins, the pattern will begin to set back.
TV fans have had to wait a week for the next episode of their favorite TV shows for the past several years, out via networks in half-hour or longer time intervals. As media and technology firms are planned in 2019, and most audiences are using the U.S. According to Deloitte, TV subscription users watch an average of 4 hours of content in one sitting. At the beginning of the era, programs that watch included VHS tapes, collections of DVD boxes.
The long Hour of dramas with complex plotlines required sequential focus. Watching the famous live television show “Saturday Night Live” on a Sunday became routine, and viewers started to lose track of the program. Hulu is the streaming service launched in 2010, and began in 2008 as an ad-supported online video platform, with its subscription package, offering full seasons of some shows.
Netflix started investing in original programming at the same time as the broadcast TV schedule was losing its grip on audiences. The audiences became hooked and intensified the cultural transition. Media outlets are hoping that a longer release period would build interest among audiences and create more of a shared experience.
The forthcoming HBO Max is the subscription service that will be launched in May 2020, debuting one new episode of its original series per week.