I'd love to have Netflix ...
But as things stand, it's easier to subscribe to a binary newsgroup archive, and use NZBs (and the occasional torrent) to feed my viewing habits. Because:
1) NO ADVERTS (am I alone in being amazed that people who pay for Sky, Virgin etc don't get aggrieved that they are PAYING to receive ADVERTS ???). Yes you can fast forward them, and skip them. Just like I don't have to with a nicely packaged download.
2) Always there to watch. For various personal reasons, our household was unable to watch "The Night Manager" as it played. When we did get time, we discovered that only episodes 5&6 were available on iPlayer. So not much use then. Luckily a quick fiddle in NZB land, and we had all 6 episodes in HD. Forever.
3) No geoblocks.
4) Single point of access.
It's point 4 which is my biggest bugbear. I would be OVERJOYED to pay someone, somewhere for all my content, if it were a SINGLE MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTION. I suspect that I am not alone, and a lot of "freetards" would actually agree.
It seems all the technological advances of the past 30 years have done, is demonstrate how incredibly broken "the market" is.
I expect a flurry of downvotes, but this isn't a bragging post - I WANT TO PAY !!!!!