Simple question because it’s specific (and random): Which basic cable channel does the hardest job when it comes to broadcasting a movie?
Now, I know, I know – you can hunt most any movies on Hulu, HBO Max, Paramount +, Disney + et al, then watch uninterrupted. But sometimes you just don’t want to deal with paralysis option and spend more time scrolling from row to row than it actually does, you know, see anything else.
Is not. You just want to choose between, like, Olympus has fallen, Bridesmaids, Olympus has fallen, Shawshank’s Redemption and The Shawshank Redemption. Even better, you’re hoping to arrive a little later, so you don’t have to sit through any slow, familiar openings and ideally arrive at the right time. good memorable stuff/work (“It came out of me like lava!!!”).
But Man, what a trade-off that can be, depending on which basic cable channel you access. Because if streaming and DVRing have taught us anything, it’s that commercial breaks are the worst.
And the only thing worse Frequent advertising errors, not on time of basic cables often occur when they are used for… the same products, all through the night… long. (I was reviewing something on Syfy recently – Spider-Man: Far From Home, probably? – and if I see an ad for Resident foreigners Season 2 once, I’ve watched it twenty times.)
Again, I admit, yes, you can fire up a streaming and scroll-scroll-scroll-scroll-scroll-scroll-scroll-scroll-scrolling-scrolling-scroller-scrolling-scrolling-scrolling-scroller-scrolling Grab your attention, from hundreds of options. But is there anyone else out there who sometimes likes – with the hobby of quickly putting something in your eyeballs half an hour before your favorite show starts, or before you go to bed – to choose from a handful of options. basic cable service, and then at your own risk -what are the possible consequences?
And if you We like me, is any one basic cable channel (Syf, TNT, Freeform, etc) more atrocious than others when it comes to 1) the number of ad breaks, 2) their location (right up). before that epic battle?!) , and 3) their repeatability? Sound off below!
Coming to the next part in TVLine Asks (at least in my head): Why does the basic cable always show WIll Smith / Martin Lawrence Bad boy, and didn’t the 1983 prison drama series confirm Sean Penn as a rising star and introduce Esai Morales?
https://tvline.com/2022/01/03/which-cable-channel-ruins-movies-with-too-many-commercials/ Which is the worst basic cable channel with in-movie ads?