Netflix is Releasing an Average of One Show Per Day, and Data Shows Will Pick Up in 2019.

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In 2013, Netflix scored an Emmy for House of Cards, ushering in a new post-HBO era of legitimacy for premium television services. In 2015, she chose Orange for New Black as Amy. In 2014, there were 6 amies, and in 2014’s Netflix 3 and 3.20, Netflix beat HBO by several idols.

But as the streaming war takes shape in 2019, programming from Netflix is about to decline in quality as it pushes wave after wave of original programming to give customers more options than before.

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In total, it was estimated that Netflix would release more than 700 original shows and movies. The company is also looking to accelerate this matter.
From May 2019, Netflix added 179 originals to the US streaming service tracked over time, according to its website. This is about 30 new shows per month or per day. But this is not necessarily a good thing.

A New York Post column by Jennifer Wright titled “Why too much original content from Netflix is bad for subscribers” stated it in the juiciest way:

“Everyone is a master ” not for “Friends of College.” For “everyone” Grace and Frankie, “one” is disappointed. Not for Jessica Jones,” Iron Fist “and Walk, the second season is hovering.

Even in a joke on Saturday Night Live 2019, a Netflix ad joked that the network is going to make “every show in the world money” in 2019! Go make it! And announcing that the network produces thousands of shows, “12 of which you watch.”

The hedge is very clear: make as much material as possible and hope that something sticks.

Renting on Netflix also supports the notion. Although the overall hiring has been somewhat more difficult, hiring for the company’s “Studio Finance” division has brought the company’s second most demanding group down.

In mid-2018, the Studio Finance Group did not exist. But at the end of that year, the new group started a hiring race that has since started to hire for everything but the “Content Legal” group, which also appears in late 2018.

Given that Netflix is putting on two groups, the company’s strategy becomes very clear: get as much original content as possible, clarify, and fund.

Given that Netflix is putting on two groups, the company’s strategy becomes very clear: get as much original content as possible, clarify, and fund.

In 2017, Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos announced that the company would spend $ 7 billion on original content in 2018. The number was soon estimated at over $ 13 billion in Goldman Sachs estimates.

This is more than any Google studio spent in 2018, in which Shonda Rhimes (Grey’s Anatomy) was sold extensively from ABC. Barack and Michelle Obama also signed multi-year conferences to produce films and TV shows for Netflix. Glee producer Ran Murphy signed a $ 300 million deal.

The original content comes as a competitor from Race Optical, Apple, and floods the streaming market with HBO programming options. Shuttle Plus was launched last month, and figures show that more than 10 million people have signed up for the service, such as Mandalorians.

Of course, it’s far from Netflix’s 150 million subscribers, clearly a race for original content. And with this comes not only a storm of marketing from various streaming services but also a lot of content that is not up to par. As if the average guidance show is not sleepy, Apple will create a competitive opening for the likes of Disney and Disney, which is yet to be seen.

Meanwhile, Netflix keeps current subscribers busy with so many shows that it will take “12 human lifetimes” to watch it all. All take into account their data tracking, habits, and style values and pump them as eye-polling material to make them customers. And it’s working for now. But if they keep losing shows like Foreign Vandals and GLOW and Bojack Horseman, they may soon become finals.

 

About the data:
ThinkNum locates the companies they post offline – job, social and web traffic, product sales, and app ratings – and creates data sets that measure factors such as hiring, revenue, and foot traffic. Data sets may not be completely comprehensive (they only account for what is available on the web), but they can be used to add performance factors such as staffing and sales.