Netflix's last seven cancelations came four to seven weeks after their season was dropped, according to TVLine's Matt Webb Mitovich. "But ask yourself, based on your own TV consumption habits: Is four weeks a reasonable enough span of time to find and binge something in full?" he asks, adding: "Should you have to binge an entire season in so fixed a time frame, as if it is some sort of cockamamie race? If streaming is famously about 'watching what you want, when you want,' we shouldn’t feel so pressured to plow through a season within a month. Netflix factoring in six (if not eight) weeks would set a far more realistic goal, recognizing that any given person is not only about any 'one' show. Them old-timey broadcast-TV shows typically get at least 13 weeks to state their case, to open well and hold onto enough of that audience that they hopefully see another season, all while benefiting from regular reminders in the form of previews, interviews and TVLine’s world-famous What to Watch alerts. 'Binge' shows, though, only get that one big promotional push (if they’re lucky) at launch, and then… well, it’s in the TV gods’ hands."