A few months ago I subscribed to Netflix, and watch programmes on both my TV and laptop. It’s an outstanding service (subscription is about £7.50 pcm, less than the BBC licence fee, and far better value) and I recommend it to people all the time. I often watch comedy on Netflix – most BBC ‘comedy’ these days is unwatchable to anyone with a sense of humour, i.e. feminists excluded – and their content is excellent, including a recent Katherine Ryan Netflix special, ‘In Trouble’. Ryan is an Irish-Canadian comedienne and, in my view, the funniest stand-up comedienne in the world today, by a country mile.
My thanks to Stephanie Thogersen, a whiny Swedish feminist, for articulating one reason Netflix is so successful. Enjoy.
[Update, in response to a comment: Thogersen is described as the head of the Stockholm Feminist Film Festival. We can safely assume there’s one film by a female director that won’t be shown there – The Red Pill, directed by Cassie Jaye.]