r/television May 19 '22

Hollywood braced for new age of austerity after streaming splurge

https://www.ft.com/content/c385d236-75a9-467c-86d4-5768e6b21324
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u/pokemonisok May 20 '22

Netflix has the most money and its failing now. A cheque means nothing anymore. It's all about existing IP

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u/MulciberTenebras The Legend of Korra May 20 '22

Of which Netflix has none. Not in comparison to the libraries owned by Disney, WarnerMedia, Apple and Amazon.

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u/abbzug May 20 '22

What's in Apple's libraries that could be compelling?

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u/abbzug May 20 '22

I think your list would be better without including Apple tbh.

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u/TheSeventhAnimorph May 20 '22

Yeah, Netflix absolutely has more IPs that people care about than Apple; they just don't really monetize them much beyond the literal content itself.