Netflix has now expanded globally, except for North Korea, China, Syria and... Crimea?
What the fuck?
nobody wants to make business in places they won't get their money
....so i wonder why the fuck it's available in my country, and who would pay for something that can be had for free
> You can't even go out from fear you will get fucking killed
Isnt this common in USA?
the hilarous part is that, while you are ironic, Armenia is actually safer than USA
murder is very hard to sweep under the rug, unless the country in question is a warzone, these stats are relatively reliable.
That's why murder rates are used as estimations for crime rates, much harder to fudge than other crime statistics.
>have to find the torrent
which is literally 0 effort. The only time it'd actually be an effort is when looking for obscure shit, but then again, I doubt netflix would have that either
>wait for it to download
if your ADHD is so severe that 10 min of waiting is too much, just use a Popcorn variant
Honestly, I never understood this argument, payed services literally require more work, because you need to set it up, input the credit card info and everything.
Cheap and it works. They also produce some decent content on their own.
Torrents can be kind of unreliable, but the advantage with those is that you aren't streaming. Netflix videos don't pre-buffer if you let them sit for some stupid reason.
because they don't care so long as that account is paid for. any mention of not to do it in their TOS is probably to cover their ass from copyright trolls who currently harass them about IP faking to watch other countries content.
>downloading all seasons to series x in HD
>almost no movies or series work
>wrong timings in subtitles
m8 you can pay like 7e/month for netflix and avoid all of this shit
>all of the series
2 clicks and you have part 1 in 10 min
>my anecdotal evidence
well, mileage may vary
What I think the actual reason people use Netflix is that:
1.) people have no idea what to watch or even what they want to watch, so GUIs that show pretty movie posters attract people, who then choose movies based on those trigger reactions that happen on the subconscious level
2.) Youtube et. al ruined everything and now people feel as if waiting 10min to see something that's 2 hours long is too much
3.) People are dummies who rather just pay 8 euros/month and spend 5min learning Netflix's GUI rather than spending 10min to learn how to use torrent sites and their torrent program
I mean, do what you want with your money, but unless you have a very niche requirement like >>53196760 it actually is a bad deal
Now you're just being arrogant. Plenty of people know how to download torrents but you can't deny that netflix is over 9001x times faster. By the time i have opened netflix on my xbox and clicked the series to play you are still searching for a decent torrent. 8€ per month is nothing, why not to pay for a good service. And yes, i know how to pirate and i have done it before. Now there's no need.
They were probably already doing business there before the sanctions. Irrelevant sectors like the streaming of family guy episodes are usually only prevented from doing new business in a sanctioned country, not made to stop operating.