“From everything I’ve seen in my own career and everything I’ve heard from talking to people who have been doing this for 40, 50 years, this is without a doubt the greatest time in the history of the world for stand-up comedy.” The Ringer explains how Netflix has officially taken over the stand-up comedy market. (Netflix won’t truly own the comedy business until it buys the rights to Sean Spicer’s daily White House press briefings.)

+ “While Hollywood once viewed Netflix as a nice, small friend that could help to extend the life of some of their content, they’re now scared shitless of it.” M.G. Siegler on the Squid and the Whale. (Ironically, that movie is not available for streaming on Netflix…)