Comments on “Average consumer cutting 3 streaming services from their lineup in 2022”

  1. Ava says:
    05/05/2022 at 10:48 AM

    I’ve gotten rid of cable and all but one streaming service (Prime) because I’m sick of having woke bs shoved down my throat.

    1. WokeyWokeyGoBrokey says:
      05/05/2022 at 4:47 PM

      As I read the article, I was wondering why the author didn’t address that elephant in the room. I’m of your mindset, and I bet millions of others are also.

      I’ve had enough wokey wokey to last me what’s left of my short time.

      1. Bob says:
        05/06/2022 at 12:07 PM

        Exactly my thought.

        Woke Leftists brainwashing/ed content is over-represented by a substantial amount; look at how feedback mechanisms have been changed to stifle end-consumer opinion from sites such as YouTube (removing the thumbs-down). These little elements speak loudly as to the collective woke enterprise’s efforts to keep brainwashing you.

    2. michael says:
      05/05/2022 at 8:23 PM

      Also tired of all the “woke” bs. Lies upon lies. And the liars aren’t sure what gender they are any more. Worse yet, most streaming services now have little to no “real” content. No. I don’t want to watch soap operas from the 1970’s. The shows I WANT to watch are, for some reason, not putting out new content. Add to that, good shows come out for 1 season and are magically canceled, so they can put on far worse content instead. No. I don’t want to watch “my 600lb life.” Not interested. I also dont watch “the view”, why? because if it were called “the listen” ( which they don’t ) then maybe they would have viewers and listeners. LOL. I don’t watch ANY news channel any more, either. Tired of being lied to on a grand scale.

  2. paul sandilands says:
    05/05/2022 at 11:48 AM

    content is king, netflix is showing series and movies 2-5 years old as new content. Hence I’m using it less and less.
    One absolute caveat is commercials. I have already left you tube due to the interruptions
    If this creeps its way into netflix et al, I’m gone as well.

    1. WokeyWokeyGoBrokey says:
      05/05/2022 at 4:53 PM

      Same here. I have been exclusively streaming for 12 years and wondered how long it would take for ads to over have content. Well, baby, it’s here. You Tube has gotten ridiculous, and if I have to watch that Invisalign ad with the popcorn stuck in that kid’s braces one more time….well, I can’t be responsible for what might happen.

    2. Michael Stone says:
      05/05/2022 at 6:52 PM

      More and more content on Prime is by subscription services like AMC+ and Shudder

  3. Andrew says:
    05/05/2022 at 12:11 PM

    This site’s incessant advertising popups and never-ending blurbs of video are so distracting, I’m never coming back. It’s like “here, read this interesting article” . . . “but let us distract you to all heII and back while you’re doing so.

    No thank you.

    There. “Moderate” that out. I don’t give a SHlT.

  4. Professor Obvious says:
    05/05/2022 at 12:30 PM

    One would why want to stream most any of the current garbage being produced out of Hollywood ? One can barely watch the crap non-streamed. Commercials are the height of hollywoods/madison ave’s delusions. Streamed or not. As is most of the irrational/delusional content of their programming. And it is ‘programming’ make no mistake about that.

  5. Simon says:
    05/05/2022 at 12:44 PM

    We went from having Netflix and Hulu, then added Prime and later Disney and Apple (came with a new phone). Dumped Hulu first because it always seem to seize up in the last 5 or 10 minutes over every show, the interface sucked too. We let the Apple expire. It seems that with so many streaming services out there that the content on Netflix and Prime is really diluted. We still have a kid that likes the Disney movies, but once she grows out of those it will be gone too. I think I will always keep Prime as we are Amazon shoppers. Netflix has been good and some of the their original shows have been really good. As my adult ADD kicks in, I like Youtube. I can watch music videos of the concerts that I attended or wanted to attend, I can watch all kinds on entertaining material produced by individuals about subject matter that interests me, and best of all a 10 to 15 minute show is all time that I can spare.

  6. Ariel Blackman says:
    05/05/2022 at 12:57 PM

    Would be interesting to see a break down of streaming services. I know MANY people who have cut Disney+ for example due to their woke political nonsense.

    1. Will says:
      01/01/2023 at 2:07 AM

      Wokeness is why I’ve cancelled. I have 4 kids- 10 and under. Sad I can’t trust Disney anymore either. I’ve cancelled Disney+ and Hulu. Netflix is next for ruining dragon age, warrior nun, supernatural, and various other series for me.

      I guess I’ll have to stop watching TV altogether and get a hobby- like knitting…

  7. Bryan says:
    05/05/2022 at 1:03 PM

    Problem is there is little that is new and most services only carry 3rd tier movies. That combined with the massive backlash against the explosion + channels (that we already pay for in base form) and it all makes sense.

  8. Mike says:
    05/05/2022 at 2:23 PM

    I got rid of my cable 3 years ago. Simple fact, tv sucks. I have premium YouTube, that it. Music, live concerts, videos. That’s it

  9. Mike says:
    05/05/2022 at 2:24 PM

    Sports isn’t fungible. Went with FuBo. Easy enough to cycle through others one at a time for binge walking content, month to month.

  10. the left has lost thier mob minds says:
    05/05/2022 at 3:19 PM

    premium youtube is the only service that matters

  11. John Forst says:
    05/05/2022 at 4:35 PM

    Won’t pay for any streaming service until they stop with the woke poison and lie that blacks ‘matter’

  12. Michael Stone says:
    05/05/2022 at 7:08 PM

    Prime, Netflix and AMC have had some great original content. Airing of ‘grown up’ movie content
    from Blumhouse and A24 has been a great service. The ability to watch some hidden gems like “Under the Skin” and ” Nocturnal Animals,” that I missed at their theatrical release, has been a treat. But for now, the well is running dry.In the last week 2 items arrived on Prime that I had interest in but required subscriptions to Shudder or AMC+. I’m not doing it. A streaming service better have a masterpiece like ” Breaking Bad, ” ” True Detective,season 1″ or ” Money Heist” to get me to suscribe going forward. I will wait to see the publics reaction before I even sample new content on a new service.

  13. Beni Imo says:
    05/05/2022 at 8:18 PM

    Commercials are more interesting than the shows now…

  14. hifi5000 says:
    05/05/2022 at 8:25 PM

    Reading this article,I just have to smile.I do not have cable TV service nor do I subscribe to any of the popular streaming services which would seem to be a waste of my time.If you have three or four streaming services,you are spending up to 17 or 24 dollars a month for them,costs that add up at the end of the year.

    I am happy with my basic internet service where I just get internet at a basic speed.Important to me is that the service is always there as I live in a rural area.I can use VOIP telephone service and internet radio with no problem. There is some buffering if I see video,but that is on a occasional basis.

    I just don’t see the need for any of the streaming services as they don’t have content I am really interested in. You need to think of your entertainment options when you consider a streaming service and think what you will get out of it.

  15. Debbie says:
    05/06/2022 at 1:42 AM

    I agree totally about less and less folks think TV shows are interesting and there is no new movies and more! The l 60’s,
    80’s, 90’s see more interesting than the CRAZY shoes now! America is become stupid! Wake up folks!


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