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I'm just gonna keep pirating everything not on Netflix or Amazon.



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Angelus said:
I'm just gonna keep pirating everything not on Netflix or Amazon.

I'll keep Amazon for prime but Netflix hardly has anything worthwhile now that marvel is gone and I don't see any Ozark coming up



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I'm still of the position that I don't like so many different subs with different locked content and one stealling content from the other. So yohoho a pirate life for me.



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I canceled D+. After watching the MCU films I didn't find much else to watch.



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Robert_Downey_Jr. said:
Angelus said:
I'm just gonna keep pirating everything not on Netflix or Amazon.

I'll keep Amazon for prime but Netflix hardly has anything worthwhile now that marvel is gone and I don't see any Ozark coming up

I disagree with that assessment, but obviously everyone is going to have their own opinion on what is or isn't worthwhile. I certainly get a lot out of Netflix.

Also, Ozark season 3 is coming out in March.



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Not surprising. A lot of people are brainwashed by Disney, and have been indoctrinated since birth.

*Gets back to playing Nintendo games until the sun comes up*



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CrazyGamer2017 said:

Disney+ is secretly plotting to destroy Netflix. I got proof of that, here is a video that was secretly taken and leaked, check it out:

The thing about that is that it's rather backwards.  Netflix was the one that had a stranglehold on streaming services for years.  Disney isn't trying to take over streaming, they're just planting their flag the same as everyone else.  Only significant difference is that... well, people actually want what Disney is selling.  If we don't like monopolies, we should be happy about it because this shatters Netflix's dominance.

But, contra-intuitively, this is a rare situation where consumers we were better off with a monopoly.  When Netflix was dominating the competition, everything was on one platform for a reasonable price every month.  Now content is scattered all over the place and you could have accounts with three different services and it's still not as good as Netflix was four years ago.



Whatever happened to Hawkeye's show?

Regardless, I intend to get Disney+ later on the year, once the MCU shows start showing up.



Moren said:
Whatever happened to Hawkeye's show?

Regardless, I intend to get Disney+ later on the year, once the MCU shows start showing up.

Coming to Disney+ in 2021, alongside the Star Wars Cassian Andor show, MCU What If, Loki, Moon Knight, Ms. Marvel, and She-Hulk shows, and the Pixar Monsters Inc show.



Interesting to know the figures for each platform, thanks for posting that OP.

Only one I have is Prime, which I only recently started using (as an alternative to downloading). I've had Prime for around two years now, but only originally bought it for Twitch Prime and next day delivery. Would never have bought it just for video, but it's definitely a nice extra to have.

Last edited by Machina - on 08 February 2020