The latest installment just dropped, and I promise it's a gem: replete with the all the dramatic suspense of "Homeland," the dark comedy of a rebooted "Curb Your Enthusiasm," and the sappy tear-jerking of "This Is Us." OK, maybe I'm overselling that; it's a pretty abstruse government document, at root. Still, this particular segment from the congressionally-appointed organization charged with "independent and objective oversight of Afghanistan reconstruction projects and activities," is pretty darn profound if anyone bothered to read it. But few will.
See, Americans will binge watch anything – no matter how banal – put in front of them by Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Prime, especially if it means they can avoid (gasp) any of that messy face-to-face human interaction stuff.