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JP234 said:StrangeDays said:cpsro said:Too bad a show that so thoroughly breaks stereotypes gets cancelled while shows like Succession--loaded with uninspired f-bombs--are so popular and get renewed. (Yes, I know Succession isn't Apple TV+ and has finally ended.)
If you took the F word out of that episode I bet it would have run about 3 minutes.
mrglass86 said:Umm Harrison Ford is starring in 1923 which airs in December. Where did the author of this post get the “first non-cameo television role since 1978's "The Star Wars Holiday Special."” line?
markbvt said:michelb76 said:Why are blood thinners so expensive in the USA?
What I want to know is this... When watching a show on ad-free Hulu, one can tell where the commercials would be placed by a half second pause where the screen goes black. If commercials weren't a thing it would seem like bad editing. Netflix shows generally do not have these brief pauses, which makes some of their shows feel more cinematic or similar to an HBO show. I would even argue that it elevates the quality of a show. So... Would a commercial based Netflix plan just start playing ads at random? Would it be like how a YouTube video gets suddenly interrupted at the most inconvenient mid-sentence interval? Will Netflix start adding brief pauses to future programming?