What each streaming service has up its sleeve in 2023
- Over the summer, the streamer launched in 42 countries and 11 territories.Also, beginning next year, Disney+ will be the exclusive international home for new “Doctor Who” episodes.One significant feature coming to the streaming service is an exclusive shopping experience for Disney+ subscribers.
- In 2023, Netflix’s “Basic with Ads” plan is predicted to have 7.5 million domestic subscribers, according to J.P. Morgan analyst Doug Anmuth.Netflix’s subscriber base also rebounded in Q3 2022 after increasing by 2.41 million subscribers, bringing the total to 223.09 million.
- Peacock was also the Spanish-language streaming home for all World Cup games.In terms of other content coming to the streaming service in 2023, Peacock will premiere the “John Wick” prequel series, “The Continental,” as well as original series like “Poker Face,” starring “Russian Doll” star Natasha Lyonne.
- From the HBO Max/Discovery+ merged streaming service to Netflix’s password-sharing offering, here’s what SVOD (subscription video-on-demand) streaming services have planned for next year and beyond.Earlier this year, Discovery acquired WarnerMedia to form Warner Bros.
- Amazon Prime Video is also testing an ad format called virtual product placement, which the company announced in May.Amazon Prime Video’s ‘Thursday Night Football’ starts strong with 15.3 million viewersApple TV+ announced its first foray into live sports this year.
- However, this move would make sense for Peacock since 30 million monthly active users can access the streaming service at no additional cost.Peacock adds live TV from all local NBC stations to its Premium Plus tier
Major streaming services have upped their game in 2022 with the launch of adsupported tiers, new live sports deals, hugely successful original series and more. As the streaming wars continue to heat [+13967 chars]