An important note, though: Criterion Collection doesn’t control subscription VOD rights on all its DVD titles. In other words, many of the more contemporary Criterion DVD releases (movies from the major studios, auteurs like Wes Anderson, or indie companies such as IFC Films) will remain on Netflix Watch Instantly and not migrate to Hulu as part of this arrangement. So, if you’re worried about losing all Criterion DVD releases from Netflix Watch Instantly, this deal will primarily impact older catalog titles like the Janus Films library (with a few exceptions). That’s still hundreds of amazing classics, though. [source]
Don't worry, you won't be having TIME to watch TV. Even with a VCR, we never saw the last season of Babylon 5... too many other things to do - video took a poor third to watching the little guy learn how to roll over, and sleeping.
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