It's a pretty easy pick... TV has gone uphill since the 2000's (due to HBO, FX, AMC, Showtime, etc) while movies have at worst gone downhill and at best stagnated for the last few years. There might be 2 to 3 movies a year I like a lot (less that 6 hours), while there are over 8 shows a year I love.
I don't know how to answer this question. It seems impossible. I watch a lot of both. Certain movies would work only as movies, and ditto for the TV shows. 95% of TV is fucking horrible. A similar percentage of movies are too (though the bad ones tend to stay relatively hidden in comparison to their TV show counterparts).
It all depends on the day, the time and my mood.
Either way, the Netflix deal with Breaking Bad in the UK is fucking awesome!
Good movies and good television shows. I don't prefer one over the other.
I think most movie franchises exceeding three films (with exceptions, stuff like Harry Potter) should continue as TV series or comic books instead of making more movies.
Sadly I get so many movies but rarely watch any, even new ones. Whereas I'm always eating up a new TV show that will help make me fatter and more antisocial.
Fuck TV shows, they're a destructive drug. I wish I could watch a movie instead and enjoy it :(
TV. I watch more TV than movies. I feel a movie is an investment with new characters, where as a TV show is growth with characters you already know and presumably are interested in or like.
I tend to binge on movies right before the Oscars though.
Will The Avengers ever be a tv show that isn't a cartoon? Fucking no.
Agents of SHIELD?
DO THE HULK OR CAPTAIN AMERICA OR IRON MAN OR THOR STAR IN THE SHOW?! NO NO NO NO NON O NO NOON FIHICI ;NQAWSPFVSNIO