The golden age of streaming is coming to a close, as the ‘big 3’ that used to carry all the decent streaming, and be affordable to stay subscribed to all the time, fragments into 8 or 10 as each content provider decides that it is more lucrative to set up their own streaming service and provide their content that way than to license it to one of the big 3.
Disney+ dealt Sky/Now a severe blow by moving their content into their own streaming service - and they originate a lot of content. Now Paramount+ has come along, and reclaimed its Teen Mom franchise from Now.
So if you still want to watch it, you will need to shell out a further £6.50 a month for a Paramount+ subscription; and you won’t find that Now have dropped the price of their Entertainment membership by one penny, despite losing quite a chunk of their value proposition.
The new customer strategy, therefore, is going to be to have a month of one streaming service, and gorge on their output while you can, and then a month of somebody else, and so on.
However, watch the streaming services get wise to this, and try to arrange content availability so that it won’t work - ever wondered why Netflix dripped out Money Heist, Ozark, and Stranger Things, in two chunks over two months? 😢
That's because of Paramount+ and Teen Mom UK new episodes is going to be there instead. See below link and picture for the Paramount+ line up in July.