I have a streaming only account. With the implementation of the new streaming only system, Netflix has significantly reduced the number of movies available as compared to the combined streaming/mail in program. The results are a restricted number of choices, determined and changed by Netflix. I was watching a series and all of a sudden it was no longer available and the series has been off TV for over 10years……can’t be because too many people were watching it!!
Why did Netflix reduce the number of available videos…..most of them of old, off air, or low viewership anyway so the mail-in crowd isn’t going to be losing anything in the process.
I see this as another attempt to up the corporate profit margin because there is no real competitor to Netflix. Why couldn’t Netflix just keep all the streaming videos it had in place before the organization boondoggle and as the mail-in videos lose interest to viewers or copyright and royalty issues are met, move these to the streaming only group. I intend to spread the word among friends re: the Netflix sorry service.