It's 2015, and the times are a-changing! Television used to be a staple in every household, but it seems like it's no longer relevant to many people. What do you think?

Jerry Seinfeld
Jerry Seinfeld (Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images)

Is television a big deal anymore? Jerry Seinfeld, one of the kings of television, certainly doesn't think so. In this day and age, there are a plethora of ways to access different sources of entertainment, be it through YouTube, Netflix, Hulu, HBO Go, or some random app or website.

Seinfeld, who was the primary character of the cult-classic TV show "Seinfeld," had a lot to say about the state of entertainment today. "TV is over and there's nothing special about it," he said, according to The Wrap.

We're prone to agree with him. TV is dead. Who needs a cable box when all you need is a subscription to Netflix? This rings true especially for millennials who can barely afford to live in New Jersey on their own, let alone splurge on expensive cable plans or pay-per-view programming.

Do you agree that TV is dead? Or is it just taking a nap? Let us know by answering the poll below.