Yeah, but it adds up. Netflix is 2 value meals a month. Hulu is 2.5 value meals a month. SlingTV for my wife is 5 value meals a month. If you occasionally subscribe to Crunchyroll, that’s two value meals a month. HBO Now is 3 value meals a month. If you want to be a Plex Pass subscriber that’s another value meal a month. If you have Amazon Prime, that’s another 1.5 value meals a month. How about that new Disney streaming service that’s coming? Maybe another 2 value meals a month? Does CBS adding another 2 value meals a month starting to look expensive yet or not Razgon? :)
Still, overall I’m with you that these streaming services fracturing doesn’t bother me too much. I already only get Hulu 1 out of every four months. As long as you can micromanage all these services yourself, and say, well, this month Discovery is finished so I need to subscribe for a month. These two months the last season of Game of Thrones will be airing, so I need to subscribe for two months. This month the season will be ending so I need Hulu so I can catch up on Brooklyn Nine Nine. This month I need Netflix because Stranger Things season 2 is coming out. It might seem like it all adds up, but if you’re willing to micromanage which service you get each month and put the others on pause, most of us don’t have the time to be taking advantage of multiple services at the same time anyway.