I just discovered #HouseofLies on Netflix. I know, late to the party, but Don Cheadle kills it in this show. Hooked.
— Patrick LaMontagne (@CartoonInk) March 22, 2016
You’re not the only one late to the party, Patrick. I have a Netflix confession: I haven’t watched Daredevil (Season 2 was out March 18) yet. I skipped Jessica Jones. Just this week I finally broke open House of Cards.
Season 1, how 2013 of me, I know.
But this is the win of Netflix vs traditional television, people: it doesn’t matter when you decide to binge, the content is sitting there. Waiting.
Finally watching Orange is the New Black. Season 1. ? #netflix
— Meen JAY (@Sowlglow_) February 28, 2016
Master of None, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Orange Is The New Black, and House of Lies are sitting there. Waiting to be chosen.
Netflix doesn’t care if you’re all season 1 when everyone else is all season 4. We’re all at our own pace in this new world order, and that’s okay.
Still, you might want to catch up there, Sparky.
Everyone is talking about the new seasons of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Season 2 came out April 15), and soon they’ll be all about Grace and Frankie (Season 2 on May 6), Bloodline (Season 2 on May 27) and OITNB (Season 4 on June 17).
Finally, since I have Netflix now, getting around to watching the first episode of House of Cards. Holy crud, this *feels* good
— Daniel Mar Jonsson (@Icelander83) March 15, 2016
So binge away my friends, I’m still trying to get through the first season of House of Cards to see how Underwood plans to get Russo elected. Because that should never be able to happen. And I’m already two months behind Season 4 which came out March 4.
Having Netflix means you never miss out. Sure, you’re a little late – but you can always catch up.
Finally watching Making a Murderer on @Netflix_CA . Wow this show really keeps you guessing!!
— Olivia Joy (@OSutthery) March 29, 2016
Disclosure: I’m on the Netflix Stream Team.