Streaming King Netflix’s worst terror is in the way.
Netflix is now under the threat of its competitors. All the video owners out there are pulling their video out from NetFlix and starting their own streaming sites and apps. Isn’t this something that NetFlix now has to worry about?
Up to this point of time, Netflix was one and only the real streaming giant on the internet. All the video owners and powerful media holders helped NetFlix to grow, but now it doesn’t seem that pleasant.
NetFlix now has 149 million subscribers, thats a very great number. No, any streaming site, even no any cable companies own this huge number of subscribers.
Netflix streams various movies and shows from powerful media and productions like Disney, NBC, History, Marvel, etc. Netflix owned the right to stream all-time popular stuff like FRIENDS, Marvel’s Avenger series, The Office and more.
But now such media and production houses have planned to stop helping Netflix. They have started and are planning to start their own streaming sites. They are one-by-one ending the contracts with NetFlix and keeping their contents on their own streaming site that is supposed to compete with Netflix.
Disney has already started pulling out its movies from NetFlix and is starting its own Alpha streaming site called “Disney +” from the coming year.
The best-selling movies of this year are Avengers: Endgame, Captain Marvel, and Aladdin which is owned by Disney + streaming site. Not only this the best selling movies of the year 2018 and 2017 like Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War, Incredibles 2, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Guardians of the Galaxy 2, and Beauty and the Beast are all owned by Disney +.
Not only this “The Office” and “Friends” are the most-watched stuff on Netflix. But it doesn’t own the right either for these two.
The Office is owned by NBC and NBC is likely to start it’s new streaming site by 2020, that means The Office will be pulled out of NetFlix.
Friends is owned by WarnerMedia which is now owned by a cell phone company called AT&T. This company also owns HBO so all the contents from HBO and AT&T will not be on Netflix.
Netflix has now started creating its own content. That might be an excellent surviving tactic in this streaming game. But let’s see without the most popular stuff how well does it go.