Felix Salmon för Reuters:

Netflix’s big problem, it seems to me, is that it can’t afford the content that its subscribers most want to watch. It could try to buy streaming rights to every major Hollywood blockbuster in history — but doing so would cost hundreds of billions of dollars, and could never be recouped with $7.99 monthly fees.

What’s more, the studios can watch the Netflix share price as easily as anybody else, and when they see it ending 2013 at $360 a share, valuing the company at well over $20 billion, that’s their sign to start raising rates sharply during the next round of negotiations. Which in turn helps explain why Netflix is losing so many great movies.

Räknat i timmar och minuter är Netflix en mycket bra deal, men kvaliteten på den tiden är inte tillräckligt hög för att det ska vara värt månadsavgiften. Jag börjar känna mig redo att säga upp min prenumeration. Jag ska bara se säsong två av House of Cards först.