We haven't had regular television in our house for several years now. We use Roku mostly, although the Wii also has some of the same capabilities. For my Roku, I have Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu Plus, and a few other pay channels, as well as several free channels, and that's what we use. In fact, we seldom even listen to regular radio anymore, since there are more choices available through Internet radio, also available on Roku. Since Netflix doesn't have everything available through streaming, I am also enrolled in their 2 DVD program, usually turning them around the same day that they are received, and the new ones appear amazingly fast, so we have no need of network television. There are so many advantages. Being able to watch television series one episode after another, for example. Things are so much easier to follow that way than trying to wait out periods of reruns on network television, or trying to figure out which time period they switched my favorite show to. Plus, the ability to rewind (although that's not precisely the word I want) things that I may have missed. Since I usually have the Roku on while I'm working, I frequently start episodes or movies over again. The convenience of the Internet and the devices that stream television programming and movies over the Internet so far outstrips any advantages to network TV that I can't imagine what the future will be for network TV, and movie theaters, for that matter.