I've read comments about how we're living in a (if not THE) golden age of television. To include Soprano's is a bit of a stretch, but I think that show is a general consensus of when this enlightened era was ushered. I do not disagree. An over-abundance of content to digest. I'm currently watching Critical Role, a weekly live-streamed dungeons and dragons game played by professional voice actors (one of them being Taliesin Jaffe (the wooby kid from Mr. Mom)). Each show/episode lasts ~2hrs, is commercial free, and is thoroughly entertaining. This is just one example of a "show" I'm spending my limited resource on, at the expense of a traditional "show". I'm relatively old, and I'm already choosing a new form of TV which doesn't follow any traditional models in lieu of the standard. I've got to be inclined to think someone half my age (a late teen/early 20something) does this much more so than I. How much longer are we going to get these high budget, high quality, traditional TV shows?