Netflix will lose its top two shows when Friends returns to WarnerMedia at the end of 2019, and The Office returns to NBCUniversal at the end of 2020.
Recently, anonymous sources have reported to multiple news outlets about the difficulty Hollywood will face in attempting to take back its content from Netflix.
AT&T’s decision to acquire a declining DirecTV and a sputtering Time Warner is materializing into a massive miscalculation.
Last week, Disney and Comcast came to terms whereby Disney would take sole control over Hulu. Comcast will remain a silent partner until 2024
In an industry where content is king; Netflix has worn the crown in recent years thanks to the programming libraries from the major studios.
Lionsgate lobbied to become the belle of the buyout ball last year in Hollywood, but Prince Charming never arrived.
Netflix’s rapid subscriber growth slows in the United States at the worst possible moment.
More and more consumers are piecing together entertainment content from multiple services rather than relying on a traditional cable television package.
Beyond maintaining AT&T’s core telecom business, the company is beset with declining DirecTV subscribers and a host of problems at Time Warner and Warner Bros.
Apple is announcing its new streaming service on March 25th, but the company is still scrambling to sign deals with content providers.