Guys, there’s been some discussion on the downturning of classic and regular tv on DVD. And we call all see the market dwindling, but does that mean we will lose all hope? Or maybe it does?
For the most part, I don’t enjoy current television. It’s too dark, depressing, and I don’t know what to think about the writers and actors. They don’t seem to hold a candle to the television industry of the fifties, sixties, and seventies. As some of them has passed, I’ve read about how much work they actually had to do, and so many television actors always had some project to do, either as stars, or guest stars. No role was too small for them.
Don’t know about that kind of work ethic in today’s crop of talent.
Anyway, it tv releases slow down and stop, won’t youtube or iTunes be putting stuff out? Won’t there still be some sources to turn to?
Is it so much a question of streaming? or a lack of the next generation appreciating what has gone before?
Or maybe today’s kids have found out there’s more to life that DVD’s? Now that’s a terrible thought.