“What if you could radically alter the way stories get told?” asks Ted Sarandos. “What if the way people wanted to consume content actually changed what you could make?”
Veteran sitcom writer Ken Levine (M*A*S*H, Cheers, Frasier) writes a scene for Downton Abbey:
MARY: Dear sir, are you questioning my integrity?
MATTHEW: No. Seriously. I want to know what you do all day. You don’t work. You don’t cook. All of your meals are prepared. Have you ever once made a bed? You don’t even dress yourself. What do you do?
MARY: Well… I ride.
MATTHEW: You ride. Once every few months for three or four hours you ride. The one activity the entire family participates in is killing innocent animals. Bully! What about the rest of the time?