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Streaming platforms go through changes constantly of what there lineup will be, picking and choosing which shows (scripted and unscripted) get renewed and which shows get axed. From 2020 to Auguest 2023, data shows about streaming cancellation rates that: • The 8 major streaming platforms (Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV+, Disney+, Hulu, Max, Netflix, Paramount+, NBC’s platform) had a combined averSee more
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If a gamer already gamed all their games, and #Netflix snagged their cousins uncles brothers password from the good ‘ol box, I’d assume it’s time for some new video games? #Zelda #MLB #Madden #QuitPlayingGamesWithMyPassword #IPayForNetflixLikeAGoodGirl
Netflix $NFLX is set to report first quarter earnings after the bell on Tuesday as investors eagerly await updates regarding the company's recently launched ad-supported tier, in addition to its controversial crackdown on password-sharing. Here's what Wall Street expects from the streaming giant, according to Bloomberg consensus estimates: ~ Revenue: $8.18 billion ~ Earnings per share (EPS): $2.86See more
Talk about unplugged — Everyone was tickled and tussled last night at $NFLX when the Love is Blind Reunion didn’t show in the “live” capacity that was promised. Brands like $PARA $DIS were commenting on $TWTR See more

Which streaming platform would you pay a premium for❓ Streaming services just keep creeping up in price. Netflix, Hulu, Disney Plus, ESPN Plus, and Apple TV Plus all announced price hikes this year, which means we’re forced to have to pay more money to keep up with the shows that are actually relevant, like Andor or Stranger Things. As streaming services dump more money into building a library of content, they aren’t benefiting so much from adding new subscribers as the streaming landscape continues to mature, and most people have locked themselves into the services of their choice. According to data analytics group Kantar, as of December 2021, 85 percent of households in the US were subscribed to a streaming service. This number only increased by 2 percent year over year, leaving little room for growth. This is why streaming Netflix, Disney Plus, and HBO Max keeps getting more expensive -> #streamingwars #netflix #disneyplus #hulu #hbomax #growth #market

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The headline number out of Disney’s quarterly results Wednesday seemed to show a notable milestone: The company had 221.1 million total subscriptions worldwide across its streaming services of Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+. On that individual metric, that means Disney is now just ahead of streaming giant Netflix, which ended Q2 with 220.7 million total paid subscribers. Which company would you pickSee more
$JNJ and $NFLX both reported earnings today! What do these companies have in common? Not much in their business model, but they both do lots of international business. Both companies saw foreign currency exchange headwinds in Q2 2022 due to the stronger US Dollar, expect to see this issue persist this year, and saw profits lowered due to these headwinds. In today’s newsletter, I review both ofSee more
July 19, 2022
Highly anticipated $NFLX earnings are out Netflix missed revenue ❌ $7.9B vs. $8.04B estimates Netflix beat EPS. ✅ $3.20 reported vs. $2.94 estimates Netflix Q2 subscribers change better than expected ✅ -970,000 reported vs -2 million estimates Outlook for Q3 EPS and revenue below estimatesSee more
💰It’s earnings season!💰 I absolutely love earnings season, and I will do everything I can to bring every ounce of news to you that I can possibly handle. Tomorrow, I will be covering $JNJ and $NFLX See more
Ad-Supported Streaming 📺 As we see the big players, like $DIS and $NFLX , move into the ad-supported streaming space I wonder what the numbers will do once they release their new services. - How many new subscribers will they gain? And at which tier of subscription? 🎉See more
The entertainment industry is getting spicer today. This time it's between Roku ($ROKU ) and the giants at Netflix ($NFLX ). According to an article from Business Insider, Netflix may be in talks to acquire Roku’s business. While there are no active negotiations, there is “internal chatter” from Roku employees, who appear to be speculating after Roku abruptly stopped them from selling their stock, tySee more
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