"Television has become much more personal because we finally learned how to use our remotes the last year," Esposito tells The Wrap with a laugh. "We had so much time we could figure out the remote and we could figure out the streaming channels and we could figure out, 'Oh, maybe I want this and this, but not that or that.' Of course, now you have to buy everything, and TV used to be free. But you know what your taste is and you can find intelligent, incredible programming — the relationship has changed because you’re able to focus your appetite in a new, delightful way. You can follow your appetite to go completely into a fantasy world, to a universe that still needs to be tamed. Or you can go into the desert following a guy who had made a decision to be a shyster lawyer to work through his pain. Or you can follow a dysfunctional family who make light of themselves and the world around them, but have an incredible family bond. All these different shows are changing the dynamic of how we’re able to access the things that are appealing to us. People have really discovered that there’s quality going on that is worthy of their time."