According to Ampere Analysis (through ComicBook.com), Comcast (or NBCUniversal), Fox, Disney and WarnerMedia currently account for about 20% of the Netflix library. And nearly all of them have announced their plans to launch their own streaming services, which means that each of them will probably not send out nearly as much of their Netflix content.
Disney launches its Disney + streaming service sometime late in 201
However, this is only a forecast based on assumptions. While many programming will prove to be exceptional for these streaming services and are no longer available in Netflix, it is not surprising that all of this content will be exclusive. After all, Netflix has to pay these companies for this content, and if they are willing to pay $ 100 million to WarnerMedia to keep all seasons of friends in 2019, these companies may have to let Netflix keep part of their
It is worth noting that not all content from Disney, Fox, WarnerMedia and Comcast is as valuable as something like Friends or The Office . So, while Netflix is able to lose 20% of its library, if these companies take all their balls and get home, this may not be such a big loss to most subscribers. This is especially true when considering how much original Netflix content has exploded last year, spending about $ 13 billion on new content.
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