What's Your Favorite TV Show?
How are you? I hope you're doing well.
What’s your favorite TV show?
Back in the '70s-'80s, it used to be a rather easy answer as people watched the same "Dynasty of the world" shows and exchanged perspectives around those mythological water coolers in the office.
Nowadays of course, TV's dominance is gone with a plethora of streaming services, and the water cooler is gone with remote work.
Yet, the basic hunger for stories still remains.
From the time people sat around campfires and told stories about their day's hunt, miracles or troubles - that's how legends were passed across generations.
Today, we log into our [enter your fave streaming service/s] to watch the latest flick – it's our new campfire.
As you know, the market for stories is amazingly fragmented.
Last week, I shared an article I read in the New York Times about the challenges Netflix is facing that was featured by LinkedIn editors and garnered significant response.
I guess it struck a chord as we all have something to say about the "campfire" we gather around every evening to unwind.