Comcast Weighs Pulling Some Content From Hulu in Effort to Boost Peacock

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I knew this was going to happen with every studio owning its' own content using it exclusively on their own channels. Since this change, I have noticed services like TCM has lost a lot of content. For example, TCM used to run old classic Wonderful World of Disney movies a few times a year that haven't been seen in years. Now that there is Disney+, they do not allow their content elsewhere. Instead of offering their classic old content out to others, they just keep in the vault, so no one can see it. I picked up Disney+ for the 3 year deal. I have been very disappointed that most of the Wonderful World of Disney material still is not available after 2 years now. There are so many movies & TV shows locked up somewhere that are never offered.
 

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I knew this was going to happen with every studio owning its' own content using it exclusively on their own channels.
Yep, I said two years ago here that this was going to happen, only Sony does not have a streaming service.

This is only about movies-
HBO-only Warner films since Universal and 20th Century Fox films are leaving
Peacock-Universal
Hulu/Disney+-20th Century Fox ( depends on the film)
Disney+-duh’
Paramount+-Paramount
Netflix-Sony ( leaving Starz)
Starz-Lionsgate who also owns Starz
Amazon Prime-MGM ( Amazon is buying MGM).
Showtime-Leftovers from Paramount
Epix-losing Paramount and sooner or later MGM films, not much left then.
 
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