If you’re looking for original content, it looks like Disney+ has its competition beat. A report from Reelgood shows Disney+ is the streamer with the most exclusive content. In fact, 89% of its movies and episodes not available to stream via any other AVOD and SVOD platform.
However, Netflix isn’t playing around when it comes to the original content game. The OG streaming service has really zeroed in on creating its own exclusive library of originals over the past few years. Now, 83% of its total content is original.
But original doesn’t always equal quality. Reelgood’s data shows that Prime Video surpasses all the other streamers in terms of quality content — that is, content with high ratings on IMDb. The Amazon streamer has a whopping 1,632 movies per dollar available on the service, and 429 of them are rated 7.5 or more by 300 voters on IMDb. Netflix is next in line but comes nowhere near that quantity with 269 total movies per dollar, and just 125 of them with high IMDb ratings.
As far as TV shows go, Prime Video does it again in terms of quantity and quality with 240 shows per dollar available, and 65 considered “quality” content. This time, Netflix and Hulu are neck and neck with the former totaling 148 total and 81 high-quality TV shows. Hulu follows closely behind with 142 and 77.
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