Further to that, $9,99 for Oprah, or $6,99 for Disney+ maybe next year = no to both for me.$9.99 for Oprah or $6.99 for Disney+. Tough choice.
MAYBE, if they did a decent Bundle price (Say, $15,99 for both) I would go for it. Maybe.Awesome. They might offer a £99 for 12months like they always do for Apple Music.
I hope they have a Apple Music/TV Plus bundle offer, but expect that will be next year. Post evaluation of TV service ROI.
Agreed - I won't write it here again, but my rant about stupid decisions & what it did to the Record Industry is over on the "No Disney+ for UK" DiscussionIt’s like the football, if I want to watch all televised Arsenal games I need to subscribe to BT, Sky and now Amazon... or I could just watch them all on an illegal stream.
Which is exactly where this will all end up. The execs will all be sitting there scratching their heads wondering where the money has all gone when people start pirating everything.
The only reason it works now because we haven’t been flooded with different services and don’t have to have a hundred different subscriptions.
Something that annoys me on iTunes - you can rent Movies for 48 Hours, but cannot rent Series or Series episodes - you have to buy them.IMO what needs to happen is that we need a service that aggerates all the content across the platfroms, sign up to the shows you want for an entire series and then pay.
A simple pay as you watch type service with a standardised interface, but that would never happen.
Defiantly is good - as in standing up to the tyranny that is Netflix! (And defying all the nay-sayers that see the money creep happening with all these different services, and do not want so many subscriptions - I am one of those, by the way!)Still waiting for a definitive list. Might probably defiantly or not dip in. Disney + is something I will defiantly take. Netflix already cancelled.
Edit. Defiantly? fraggin spell check. Definitely.
I’m not that sureWhat a peculiar idea to offer the first 3 episodes of a series at once, to then subsequently only publish one further episode per week. That would be utterly infuriating.
Pace yourself at one and a half episodes per week? You sir, are a monster!I’m not that sure
I suppose it’s a compromise of sorts between binge watching and weekly watching
It’s not great for those who have the time and ability to binge, but if you pace yourself and sort of watch about an episode and a half a week the your wait between episodes isn’t that bad
Nor explaining self very well I think, but I sort of get the point of it
I 100% agree with that. It's currently easier and more streamlined to do it that way; for me personally they will at least need to have an umbrella UI that aggregates all these different services. Especially when in front of a TV with a remote.or I could just watch them all on an illegal stream.
Which is exactly where this will all end up.
It absolutely has to though. Switching between all the apps on a phone is one thing, but doing it on a TV with a remote is just not going to work with a dozen plus apps. Plus, all the apps need to be on all devices, not just some and especially not exclusively on some.a standardised interface, but that would never happen.