To be honest, I'm surprised that most cable companies are still a thing.
I don't know most people that have any time in their day to watch live television.
Don't get me wrong; I enjoy watching TV. In fact, mostly because of Shonda Rimes, Fridays are pretty much dedicated to catch up on the many shows that I missed on Thursday. I love TV. But I can't remember the last time I've ever watched anything live.
People just don't have the time for the most part. And that's why Hulu, Netflix, and Prime Video are pretty much thriving. People, much like myself, like to watch things at their convenience.
And even more people, especially my mom, hate commercials enough to purposely miss things live just so they can watch it whenever they want to. As long as you have a stable wifi connection and something to watch it on, you have TV.
When you get cable, you have to get decide how many rooms you want cable in, get a cable box for every one of them and then pay the bill! That's so much trouble that you have to got through when you could honestly just buy a Roku and pretend that you have cable by watching the same exact things that everyone that has cable is already watching.
See? Problem solved.
Buy a Roku or whatever you need to make the device that you're watching on able to stream shows and you've got yourself some cable in a cheaper way than everyone else is paying for it.
So, sorry cable companies! Your time is basically up. You're really on useful during Superbowl time and even that's pushing it.
Remember when house phones where a common thing? And the few people that do still have on don't even answer it?
Yeah, cable...you're basically heading in that direction too. It's been nice knowing you.