Absolutely. When there is enough on Disney+ or Netflix I will pay for a month or two and binge watch a few series. I would wait for every episode to drop on the service, not paying monthly to watch one episode each week.
And I will only run one sub at a time, otherwise just too expensive and only so may programmes o can fit in each month.
No wonder Sky are doing same as Netflix and making more of their own series and films. Years from now when every studio has their own streaming platform. There I'll be so many it would cost a small fortune to have them all. Long gone are the days when you just paid for a TV licence
The only major film studio without a streaming platform now is Sony and they have signed an agreement with Netflix everyone else has one.
Disney/Fox Disney Plus
Paramount - Paramount Plus
MGM - Prime Video
Lionsgate - Starz Play
Warner Bros - HBO Max
Which other is really left bar sony.
NCIS is NOT a Disney owned product, it is produced and distributed by CBS.
Just because it was on the FOX channel in the UK does not mean it was owned by Disney in any shape of form.
Most likely NCIS will end up on Sky One like NCIS LA.
Accepted, however they are adding non disney channels to their portfolio. Effectively Ncis will be subject to a bidding war as to whom gets the uk franchise. The winner being the one willing to put more money down
Very true mate, CBS for in the UK has always been willing to sell their content to the highest bidder.
Unless however they plan to launch Paramount+ here in the UK. Which considering they own My5, MTV and Comedy Central, I wouldn't put it past them.
Plus if they do then I hope they keep FBI and Most Wanted to themselves since Sky don't care about the 2 shows. Almost finished in the US and no sign of appearing on Sky Witness any time soon!