We've seen them all:
"that 80% of Blockbuster's rentals come from its top 30 titles is not at all surprising when you consider that about 80% of the store is dedicated to new releases."
We couldn't afford to, before:
"according to company surveys, more than three of 10 subscribers watched fewer than three movies per month before signing up. As Netflix subscribers, they watch significantly more -- on the order of six to seven per month."
We would have seen them, if we could have found them:
"Netflix derives the majority of its business from older titles. A full 99% of its titles are rented in any given year. That means Netflix subscribers watch roughly 19,800 of the 20,000 titles that Netflix keeps in stock. The popularity of older titles among Netflix subscribers often matches or exceeds that of newer titles."
We're not just movie buffs. We're normal:
"More than half of all subscribers are more than 34 years old and earn less than $75,000 per year. More than 40% do not have a college degree. In other words, Netflix subscribers are mainstream."