Saturday, January 2, 2021

Subscriptions for Streaming Services

 The Office is no longer on Netflix. I know many millennials like myself have found comfort and familiarity with having The Office on, whether we're actually watching it or not. The Office is now streaming on Peacock TV, owned by NBC. It makes sense that NBC did this, as they own The Office and it can make them a lot of money being on their own streaming service. 

I'm subscribed to Disney+, Hulu, and currently Amazon Prime (which includes Prime Video). This got me thinking about all of the big streaming services currently.

  • Netflix
  • Hulu
  • Disney+
  • Amazon Prime
  • Peacock TV
  • CBS All Access
  • HBO Max
There's more, but I guess my list is mostly just content providing streamers and not necessarily live TV providers. I will probably have my Amazon Prime membership be off and on, as I don't use it that much, but need it sometimes. I recently got Hulu, and there's a lot of good content, so I'll probably keep that for awhile. I don't see myself cancelling Disney+ anytime soon because of all of the Marvel and Star Wars content. 

I'm not sure if my family will be keeping Netflix. Besides the Office, I really didn't use Netflix a whole lot. I'm going to review what's on it Netflix again and decide if it's worth keeping. I really don't want to subscribe to Peacock to watch The Office, so I may just buy the DVDs/Blu-ray discs. 

Which streaming services are you using?



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