Per The Hollywood Reporter (emphasis added): The ratings service's latest total audience report takes a deep dive into the streaming ecosystem, revealing that the majority of TV consumers pay for more than one SVOD service, that streaming usage in OTT-capable households has nearly doubled in less than two years and that there is a virtually endless supply of content available to those users. ...Using data from the Nielsen-owned Gracenote (which powers TV listings guides and search functions for on-demand providers), the company determined that in 2019 alone, a mind-boggling 646,152 unique program titles were available across every linear and streaming outlet. That's every series (current and past), movie, special, news program, sports telecast and kids' show that ran on one platform or another, from broadcast networks to Netflix to niche streaming services. That staggering number does not count individual episodes, Nielsen senior vp audience insights Peter Katsingris told The Hollywood Reporter: "There are  episodes of Friends, but Friends just counts once here. You can imagine when people go to choose content, they can get very specific." Uh... No wonder I'm struggling to create some sort of schedule for viewing. I was overwhelmed when the cable network FX research reported that 532 original scripted series aired in 2019. The significance of this should not be underestimated. For the first third of my adulthood, TV entertainment encouraged American households nationwide to share an entertainment experience for several hours a night. Now 300,000,000+ Americans can huddle down with their earphones staring at individual screens watching what appeals based on which one of the 100,000+ American cultural sub-identities with which they identify, never being confused by an "All In The Family" show challenging commonly shared assumptions.