Disney+ is popular because the material available there is popular. It’s not rocket science.
Disappointing to see the storied 20th Century name, even after the removal of the Fox, be viewed as not a strong enough brand to continue on.
These all look super-interesting, but especially the trippy WandaVision.
I’ll admit, I wasn’t super-familiar with many of these, perhaps because it’s been several years since I regularly watched “The Simpsons.” But it seems like in that universe there’s both Star Wars and Cosmic Wars, an SW-like series that allows the show to take a few more liberties. OK, sure.
More legit competition means everyone will have smaller audiences. It’s up to the parent companies to decide if that’s acceptable or if they just can’t work like this, opting to either buy up other players or fold their cards and go home.
Lots of good stuff here about distribution, marketing, international markets and more, but with the caveat those involved are well-trained in sticking to their talking points.
Let’s just put this behind us, shall we? No one is winning in this conversation, and comments like this are just pointless.