I take exception with the idea that Netflix instant doesn’t have any content. Here is a brief, poorly constructed list:
Mad Men: First four seasons, 52 episodes, four straight Emmys for best drama.
Breaking Bad: First three seasons, 33 episodes, Bryan Cranston has three Emmy awards for best actor
Dexter: First two seasons, 24 episodes
The Office (US): The first six seasons, 120 episodes
The Office (UK): All 14 episodes
Lost: All 116 episodes
24: All 195 episodes
Sons of Anarchy: First two seasons 26 episodes
Numb3rs: All 119 episodes
Monk: All 125 episodes
Angel: All 111 episodes
Buffy the Vampires Slayer: All 145 episodes
Ah!, this list is harder than I thought it would be, here is a simple list of a bunch of other great shows that can be terrific time vampires for you any day of the week; Cheers, Saturday Night Live, Star Trek, Damages, The League, Grey’s Anatomy, Flashpoint, Lie to Me, Pawn Stars, Dog the Bounty Hunter, Paranormal State, Swamp People, Man vs Wild, Dirty Jobs, American Pickers, Billy the Exterminator, Weeds, Mythbusters, Family Jewels, Crime 360, Man vs Food, Law and Order (SVU and Criminal Intent), Ally McBeal, Columbo, Bones, Nip/Tuck, Glee, Twin Peaks, Ghost Whisperer, Medium, Eureka, X-Files, Arrested Development, Married with Children, That 70s show, blah blah blah ..
The list goes on and on and on, and they have movies to.
BUT , all of this is meaningless, I have two kids under five years old, for 8 bucks a month I have unlimited access to Sid the Science Kid, Wonder Pets, Blues Clues, Backyardagains (sigh), Veggietales, Strawberry Shortcake, Wallace and Grommit and the like. Best 8 bucks I can spend.