Netflix will have 4 times as many shows and movies as Disney+

Stranger Things - Credit: Netflix
Stranger Things - Credit: Netflix /

Disney+ will only have 20 percent of the movies and shows as Netflix, meaning Netflix will have at least four times as much content as Disney+ at launch.

Netflix will have a lot more movies and shows when Disney+ launches in November 2019.

According to a report from Variety, Disney+ will only have about 20 percent of the shows and movies Netflix has available in the United States. It should also be noted that Disney+ costs half the price, basically, of a Netflix subscription right now.

This should be no surprise to those paying attention to the streaming wars, as many call it, in the last few years. They have been cranking out original content at an unprecedented rate, and they’ve continued to license shows and movies from outside studios. It seems like that will continue into the future, while Disney+ will not have license content from other studios and will rely on their studios to create more content.

According to the report, Netflix has more than 47,000 TV episodes and 4,000 movies. Disney+ will likely only have about 8,000 TV episodes and 500 movies. There’s definitely a disparity in content between the two streaming services.

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Of course, the kicker here is that Disney+ will have the bigger movies and shows. Some of the streaming network’s shows and movies may be more popular than Disney+ shows and movies, but I think, overall, Star Wars and Marvel and all the Disney classics are more well known around the world than anything Netflix has done and probably will do in the next few years.

The streaming network could lose more of their shows and movies that they license in the next several years as more studios try to make their own streaming services. How many, we don’t know yet.

As we’ve mentioned before, there are a lot of people comparing the two streaming services right now, and we all should be. Though, I think many overestimate how Disney+ will affect Netflix. I think it’s more likely Netflix subscribers will sign up for Disney+ and also keep their subscription. That just seems like what with happen, as the streaming network will continue to give subscribers the content they want to watch, and Disney+ will probably do the same.

If people care about movies and shows as I think they do, canceling Netflix and moving to Disney+ is a bad idea.

It will be very interesting to see how the perception of each streaming service might change in the coming months. Right now, everyone seems very high on the new streaming service with Marvel and Star Wars leading the way. Will that remain after viewers have seen all the new content on the streaming service? We’ll see in time.

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