Netflix is popping into cable TV

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This final weekend I used to be sitting in a resort room in Memphis, staring out on the parking zone turned ice skating rink, wanting to only have a few hours with my mind turned off. I opened Netflix hoping to discover a film that will give me a night’s respite. Scrolling all the way down to the highest 10, I used to be met with a who’s who of the 2010s and 2020s. Cowboy & Aliens, the 2011 flop with a terrific forged, was on the checklist. Queenpins, the 2021 flop with a terrific forged, was additionally there. On the prime of the checklist was The Legend of Tarzan, a 2016 flop with a terrific forged. Rounding out the highest 10 was a Sylvester Stallone flick from 2019 and a handful of latest releases I’d heard nothing about till I noticed them within the prime 10 checklist.

In a extremely aggressive streaming market…

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