[dropcap]D[/dropcap]id you know we are living in a Golden Age for television watching? Well, at least I think we are. Think back, before the internet had a real strong hold on our lives, if you were watching your favorite television show, and it was a two part episode, you may have had to wait up to a week to see the outcome of the cliffhanger. It was rough sometimes. Would the hero save the day, or would the dastardly villain escape his clutches? Would she say yes to his proposal, or would he be left on one knee looking like a fool as she turned him down and ran away?
Don’t get me wrong, cliffhangers still exist today, and they are very good. Look at the season finale of Scandal and you’ll agree. But, for some, we don’t have that problem. Take me for example; I got into AMC’s hit show Breaking Bad really late. Really, only a few months ago. So, I wanted to catch up on everything that had happened until that point. Here is where the Golden Age part comes in. I went on Netflix and watched the first four seasons. I was able to watch them one after another, back to back. There was no having to wait a week, or even another night, unless I was tired and went to bed, I could just move on to the next episode.
Avid entertainment lover. I love movies, music, and games. I also love writing, so with this I get to marry my two loves.