Maybe, but when you consider how much content they own under the Disney Umbrella (Fox, ESPN, Marvel, etc), they will certainly be a formidable competitor.Idk, but again, Disney is 10-15 years late. They're going to go through a lot of growing pains that Netflix has long overcome.
The status quo won't change. Netflix's supremacy is going nowhere.
I'd be interested to see what percentage of total Netflix viewing that content represents.Maybe, but when you consider how much content they own under the Disney Umbrella (Fox, ESPN, Marvel, etc), they will certainly be a formidable competitor.
" Disney Plus will include content from the Disney brand itself, Marvel, Pixar, Star Wars and National Geographic. It'll also integrate programming from Fox -- all 30 seasons of The Simpsons will be on Disney Plus starting on day one, and more titles like The Sound of Music, The Princess Bride and Malcolm in the Middle will join it in the first year. In August, Disney said that it will go further than that, "reimagining" past Fox franchises "for a new generation" -- Iger indicated a reboot of Home Alone is in the works, for one."
Disney Plus: A $13 bundle with ESPN Plus and Hulu takes on Netflix
Not only do people care, it is the #1 MOST watched show on Netflix. It is what Cheers, Seinfeld, and Friends were before it on syndicated TV. People will watch and rewatch episodes or turn it on when they aren’t in the middle of something else. My family loves it. We never get sick of it.The Office?
People still care about that show?