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The third season of the show Stranger Things, which has already been a smashing success in the past, broke many records on Netflix by gaining a viewership of over million in just four days since its launch. While Netflix is still basking in the glory of that success, Hotstar and HBO brought us the now highest rated TV show on earth as per IMDb Chernobyl, right after the woeful end of Game of Thrones.
A BCG report on OTT over the top media services named, titled Entertainment Goes Online, pointed out that the Indian OTT market has grown from merely nine players in to OTT streaming services in .
We’ve tried most of the popular services — Netflix, Prime, Hotstar, SonyLIV, Zee, AltBalaji, etc. because no one service can have all our favourite shows, and movies, and most of us can’t afford to subscribe to all these services. While each OTT player has its own ‘hero content’ that draws mass audiences, there is little left to differentiate amongst these players with each having thousands of hours of local and global content.
One way to make significant inroads into the loyal base of other streaming services is to break your content and price it individually, without meddling with the subscription deals on offer; i.e. transaction-based pricing or basically pay-per-view.
Could it be any more annoying?
Much has been made of Netflix s push into original and exclusive programming. It was always somewhat amusing then that it s top two most-streamed shows were consistently Friends and the US version of The Office, shows to which Netflix held exclusive streaming rights.
As we now know, those two shows are shipping off next year to separate services. Friends will become an HBO Max exclusive, while The Office is going to be exclusively available from NBCUniversal s upcoming streaming service.