Why Disney's $13 Streaming Bundle May Be a Double-Edged Sword

My sole entertainment source is anime.. I have the knowledge to file share, but I pay Crunchyroll $7 / month and they have more shows than you could ever watch, plus around 20 new shows every season (which in japan there are no breaks, 3 seasons winter, summer, fall, and when one season ends, all new shows start next season.

If you watch a show in summer season, the show might return for season 2 in the following summer season, or a few seasons later... but there’s always new content.. none of this one season a year then just play re-runs from May till October crap.

I feel like that is the price / content tipping point. If we could get an entertainment industry producing that much content for $7 here in America I think cable would die.

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