Has Netflix gone down over the years?

A Look into the Pros and Cons of Netflix Throughout the Years

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Netflix is one of the biggest TV and movie streaming services of all time. The service has won more than 72 awards, such as a golden globe award, a primetime Emmy award, and also and academy award. With it winning so many awards it has also been nominated more than 430 times for additional awards.

However I believe this streaming service monopoly has been decreasing for quite a long time now. With this being said, hundreds of thousands of people have agreed with me, because Netflix has lost more than 130,000 customers in 2019 alone.

Netflix’s Movies have also steered away from the top tier companies like Disney, Pixar, Marvel, and many more. With these being taken down I don’t enjoy it as much. Now they are beginning to make their own films such as Mascots, Like Father, and many more that were also scored bad by critics, rotten tomatoes, and the viewers themselves.

Throughout the 2019 year Netflix has lost viewers. This is not only because of their own netflix originals, or them getting rid of shows, but lots have quit due to Netflix constantly raising their prices for memberships. The company’s most popular subscription plan, which allows high-definition viewing on two screens, jumped from $10.99 to $12.99 per month. Its cheapest, non-HD plan has risen from $7.99 to $8.99, and its premium plan from $13.99 to $15.99.

However with all of these cons, there are a few pros. Netflix has more than 1500 Television shows, and more than 4,000 movies. With all of these there are a few that are made by the big companies. Movies like Coco, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs, are some of their most watched.

So in conclusion, If you believe spending 11-13 dollars a month for decent new movies and some mediocre shows than Netflix is perfect for you. However I believe Netflix is slowly dying and getting worse every year, and it’s only a matter of time before more people begin to unsubscribe for better choices.