Netflix has become arguably the biggest and most widely used library of shows and films on the Internet, and while you do have to pay to use it the cheap price means it’s not much of a stretch for most people. The U.K. library is pretty good, but as we all probably know because of our use of VPNS, the US library is even better. Recently Netflix has gone on a big banning spree on VPNS, so now what will you do to watch your shows? I think the answer is quite clear, find them on some dodgy online site and stream them. So that’s what happens when things aren’t available to us through legal means because of rights and copyright.
We use sites like Netflix when we can, because of quality and possibly respect for the show. But if a show isn’t available, that doesn’t mean we won’t watch it, we just find it somewhere else that probably doesn’t have the rights. This is a shame because lots of shows get reduced views and cancelled because those watchers don’t contribute to the counted viewers of the show. I wonder why some shows and films only allow their content to be seen on one countries Netflix and not another?