Quality or Quantity?
If you had a choice of the following two options, which one would you choose?
If you are of a certain age, you will probably remember those summers of anticipation, where classic cliffhangers on serialized dramas like “Dallas,” “Knots Landing,” “Dynasty” and “Falcon Crest” (including, of course, “Who Shot JR”?), were endlessly pondered by the anxious audience. So, in this changing world of media, where you can watch anything you want digitally anytime – and anywhere — you want, I was particularly anxious (as were you I am sure), for a look at the long-anticipated season three of Netflix’s “Stranger Things.”
My advice before watching: fasten your seatbelt tightly!
Like the 18.2 million member households through July 8 that already consumed all eight episodes of this new season of “Stranger Things,” according to Netflix, I was ready on July 4th for some new fireworks in the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana. And, because they were readily available, I consumed all eight episodes that weekend (and you did too, I bet). Happily, I was not disappointed. Trust me when I tell each episode of “Stranger Things” this season will keep you at the edge of your seat, with a true cinematic experience and a satisfying conclusion (complete with a cliffhanger) that is the perfect segue into a fourth season. And that very sentiment leads me to a question I would like to propose to the readers.
If you had a choice of the following two options, which one would you choose? For more, click here