Listen: Netflix, NBC, Universal Television discussed on The Morning Toast
"I, I love just knowing that my job puts food and people's mouths because that's what I was born to truly. Okay. Oh, we have one more stories are the people are like literally shouting cared. No. I wish I care but I can relate. So apparently the office is being taken off Netflix at the end of the year. I'm still have time to watch it and it's kind of weird. This is like when and the phantom has like blown up blown up people freaking out similar to what we thought friends was being taken off their I made a petition. It got one hundred thousand signatures like I was really proud of that. And like you got no credit no credit yet. But people are up in arms about it in the Hollywood reporter has an article today. Why NBC universal is paying five hundred million dollars to pull the hit from Netflix. You money to pay to take it off net flex aghast because they have contract. Okay. So NBC universal which is the parent company of. Juicers, universal television, one auctioned for the library after outbidding Netflix in one hundred million dollar year pact allow so Netflix, wouldn't go above one hundred but NBC paid five hundred losers. Sending Michael Jim Pam and the rest of the gender Mifflin gang are on the move. And they aren't the only popular television characters expected to decamp from Netflix for new streaming service over the next few years to NBC's June twenty announcement that at this point the office from Netflix when that deal ends at the start of twenty twenty one oh, you still have another you here and a half. Okay. It's the latest shot across the bow in the streaming wars, a signal that one time TV hits are the new battlefield as the media giant's fight to lure viewers to view their direct to consumer offerings. Disney was the first to pull the trigger revealing in two thousand seventeen that it would remove its library from Netflix, as it began to put the pieces together in place for Disney. Plus, which is their soon to come streaming service, which I'm really fucking will like everyone's making me, pay for subscription. Now. Others are expected to follow, including Warner media, which after we upping deal with Netflix to keep friends on the service for twenty nineteen is likely to want the sitcom exclusively for its own soon to launch service.."