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I'm one who falls through the cracks of their analysis then. I don't care how reliable your shit is if your service has only minimal content that I want to consume in the first place. If you don't check that box off first then your user experience and reliability are non-factors as far as I'm concerned.Friend on another forum who works for netflix, main point was that it isnt so much content as it is user experience and how reliable the application is across numerous devices.
That's the official party line at the moment but they're gonna move them (provided they can move the stuff that was developed specifically for Netflix, I've never seen those sorts of particulars to the deal discussed). It doesn't make sense not to. They're just keeping the announcement under their hat until the assorted current deals expire. There's no sense in creating some waves by announcing it while some of those series are still in the development pipeline.IGN had an article this morning saying that it wasn't settled yet what will happen with Marvel and Star Wars, it's just Disney and Pixar that are definitely jumping ship so far. Hopefully it stays that way.
Id be fine with Disney buying Netflix and welcome my new Disney overlords with welcome arms. I have zero problem letting Google and Disney control the world.i mean theres no way they eventually don't move everything over.
scenario 1: the disney streaming service is hugely popular, it makes sense for them to move everything there to max revenue/compete with netflix
scenario 2: the disney service is not popular, they have to add more content to get more subs and marvel stuff makes perfect sense
The only situation not doing it is if they are thinking about just flat out buying netflix and doing this as a test to see how hard it would be to compete with them
they used to show point to point rally, while in car looked like it was shot with super8 and everyone was norwegianLate 80's ESPN: rodeos, bicycle racing, monster truck rallies, drag racing, tractor pulls, and the jewel in the crown ... out of market college basketball games.