To add on to the end of your point, I'm excited to see three months down the road as far as how people enjoyed House of Cards that watched it weekly/biweekly vs. people who took it all in over a weekend. Think there will be a lot of disconnect?
Yeah, I look back on shows that I have always watched on tv live when it broadcasts versus shows that I have killed in less than a week. Lie To Me was incredible watching back to back episodes. I was a Lie To Me addict for about four days taking out the entire series. I have watched Breaking Bad every week since the piliot episode and I couldn't imagine not having this creeping suspense constantly in my life. In summation, I don't think Netflix is going to kill the weekly brand versus the here's everything brand. It will strengthen a market of television to release them all verus the classic style. Think maybe a subscription to an online channel producing enough content like 2 original dramas, 2 original comedies and maybe made for the network movie per year. Like a fully functioning studio.