Discussion in 'New Roundtable' started by watson1880, Apr 14, 2019.
I have never seen a single episode of GoT but I find it interesting that there are Grateful Dead references sprinkled throughout the series.
you should watch it, it's really good,.. sign up to HBO, then you can stream all seven seasons prior episodes, that's what I did last year, binge watched, only kept HBO for 2 mos,.. I just signed up again, gonna rewatch all of em
Not my kind of thing. Not going to sign with HBO. I had it once for 3 months on a free trial when I changed cable providers and they showed the same movie over and over for a month. Maybe I'll check out an episode if it gets on Netflix.
I agree about HBO, $15 a month, and for $5 more you get another 60 movie channels, sounds like a deal,.. but like you said, after a couple of weeks, you've seen all the movies you're interested in, then instead of 130, you've got 190 channels of shit to choose from. GOT is special though, it will never be on netflix, they and hbo are primary competitors.
Netflix has tons of shit that I'm interested in watching too but since there is some good content and the fact that I have a friend's password and don't have to pay for it it's worth it.
Last week I got an email from YouTube TV. They are adding some channels but the fee is increasing from $40 a month to $50. I chose YouTube over Sling because their sports channels fit my needs better.
after the Duck's spring game Saturday, I'll drop slingtv, won't need it again til September,.. one of only a couple of options I have to watch pac.net, not thrilled with sling though,.. unfriendly navigating when trying to find programs, and the stream is crummy too often, I like that it's pay by the month, no contract.
BB, are you going to stick with youtube?
I'll stick with it for now at least though the NBA playoffs. If I went back to cable it would cost more and at least one of the new channels is Discovery which I will watch. YouTube also has the Smithsonian Channel and the National Geographic Channel that arena on basic cable.