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2015: The year of MAD TV science, but who can keep up?

Michael Wojcik Silver badge

Re: Content content content....

will there be any 'content' that's worth watching?

I think there's plenty, personally; more, in fact, than I'll ever get around to watching. Though since I almost never watch alone - I find television's really only interesting as a social exercise - I typically only watch two or three hours a day at most.

But at that rate, there are plenty of well-written, well-acted dramas and the occasional comedy or documentary. Even if they stop producing decent content today there's enough of a back catalog to last the rest of my life.

That said, I don't give a rat's ass for 4K or 8K or super-contrasty-shiny. I don't know that I can really tell the difference, with my vision, and it's certain that my mind doesn't care. I watch for the narrative, not the pictures. I'll buy a 4K set when they don't sell anything else and my current set dies.

But hey, to each his own.

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