We all know it’s coming. Netflix, for the first time ever, lost American subscribers during the course of this quarter. That hasn’t stopped them from cashing out over 200 millions to Ryan Murphy to develop material for them. And to Shonda Rimes. And as of today, to the butchers of Game of Thrones. Disney has announced a bundle that includes Hulu and ESPN for just 13 doulas. The whole of Disney's past catalogue, plus Marvel, plus Star Wars, plus The Simpsons… that’s a lot. AppleTV+ is coming this fall with big names like Oprah, Steven Spielberg, Witherspoon and Aniston sharing a show about a TV show, and their own dip into sci-fi with Asimov’s Foundation (maybe?) to keep the geeks happy. Expected to be on the cheap side of things just to steal a few more of those Netflix subscribers. Amazon keeps trying to get their own big show like GoT (cause you know that Golden Globes and Emmy Awards don't bring money) was and is spending at least a billion to take us back to the Middle Earth. NBC is arriving next year with their own house for The Office. Friends is moving to HBO Max where they’ll share the toilet with the rest of HBO, DC (lel), CW and eeeeeeverything Warner does. Harry Potter, though, stays with NBC until 2025. -- Do you think it's getting a bit too much? Are you planning on jumping ship when a shinier and newer one comes around? I am honestly excited about some of the stuff hinted at from Disney+ and AppleTV, but I don't think I can justify churning out more money per month when I am barely able to enjoy whatever I'm watching on Netflix already. And I don't want to feel like I'm out of the loop! I think these companies are either too naive and don't realise that people will probably organise their group of friends and/or relatives to share cost and passwords... or they are going to become a lot more strict when it comes to how many different IP addresses can access a certain account at the same time or something. In any case, there's only so much butter for all the bread that's coming out of the oven. In the meantime, please watch Derry Girls.