Reading Pamela Douglas's The Future of Television, there has to be a term called the Slow Reveal, where shows that run for hours slowly reveal all facets of storytelling: character, plot, setting, you name it. Even keep themes from us, we'll watch if it's interesting. Douglas notes in our interview that CBS just started streaming, so it's only a matter of time before all four of the majors are streaming, which is good for content creators. Whether it's Web series, which is rife according to Marx Pyle, television shows on major networks, or events that have to be seen in the theater, the future seems bright indeed. Actually, Douglas made the great point that cable companies, those behemoths we know little about, appear in danger. If you watch ten channels, why pay for, say, fifty and up? There are only so many hours in the day, and some of us have to work.