Let’s go back to: 1997, when a little company named Netflix was founded. It was originally a pay per rental service which later expanded to a monthly subscription. It took down its competitor Blockbuster a few years ago largely due to its ease of use and expansion into online streaming and original programming. At this point you would be hard pressed to find someone who doesn't have a Netflix account or have a profile on someone else's. Its original programming, including Orange Is The New Black, House of Cards, and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, have lead to many Emmy and Golden Globe nominations with several wins. They have also recently expanded into the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Daredevil and Jessica Jones.
Why it means something to you or to our podcast: We here at ALNM definitely have been guilty of trying to cram an entire television series on Netflix into a single day. It's hard to go back to a time when our favorite movies and television shows weren't so easily accessible.
Where can you find it now? Online in your Netflix account (or your friend's) I'm sure.