And this is the kinda thing that made me cancel my cable 5 yrs ago. I cant stand 98% of t.v. programing .
The only time I "get a chance" to watch the actual TV screen is when around other people watching it. I haven't spent more than a handful of hours per month on average watching TV programming on the TV in the past 6 or 7 years.
My new residence won't ever have a TV set at all, the PC is all I need. That, and the internet, so I can pick just the TV shows I actually want to watch (commercial-free and at my own leisure).
Even if the Internet dries up of entertainment, I have sufficient "good enough" stuff stored to fill my likely "movie/series" free time entertainment quota for the next decade or so.
And if that's not enough, there's also the roughly 30k books in electronic format which I would potentially enjoy reading, but I most likely won't even get to read a tenth of those before I die of old age given the time I spent reading from them lately.