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Netflix shares crater 25% after company reports it lost subscribers for the first time in more than 10 years (www.cnbc.com)

It’s the first time the streamer has reported a subscriber loss in more than a decade.

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CajunGirl
CajunGirl
5 months ago

It couldn’t be a result of programming choices! Oh no, Cuties, the new Sabrina series or the other 900 shows about which VC has warned us, couldn’t be the reason! 🤣🤣 Actions have consequences & now that they have competition, it’s easier than ever to leave.

Hybridcreature
Hybridcreature
5 months ago
Reply to  CajunGirl

Dude about a month after cuties happened, I sat back and asked myself exactly what the f**k it was that made me want to keep paying for this massive propaganda powerhouse. I couldn’t come up with any good reason. Aside from the softcore child p**n which was absolutely the final nail in the coffin, it had been AGES since I’d found something i hadn’t seen and/or wanted to watch. I’m thrilled to be a part of this subscriber loss.

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
5 months ago

We’re not locked down at home 24/7 now, and with inflation so high for necessities like gas and food, it’s a no brainer to cut streaming services from your budget.

Hope
Hope
5 months ago

When I had it, I kept trying out shows that looked like decent concepts only to find in later episodes that they had gone completely and outrageously demonic, twisted, depressing or all of the above. It’s not even worth reading the descriptions anymore.

thursdayafternoon
thursdayafternoon
5 months ago

It’s not just about woke madness. They can’t produce “heretic but at least creative” jobs. When you produce content with 100 percent same template for all categories (superhero, coming of age, revenge), people will stop paying for it no matter how stupid they are.