Tom Philip asks the wrong question.
Deciding what to watch won’t get much easier down the road, mind you. NBC’s streaming service, Peacock (Katy Perry will see you in court), is on its way, as is HBO Max, soon to be the exclusive home of Rick and Morty and Friends, which all but guarantees a massive day-one viewer base.
Disney signed up 10-million customers on day one.
Subscribing to every single streaming service is a pain, yes, and now pretty much disproves that the great cord-cutting experiment performed throughout the 2010s led to any kind of meaningful savings, or indeed a less fractured content landscape.
I’m not going to choose just one, but the price tag adds up to about what we paid for cable TV.