Netflix Drops New 'Stranger Things', Imposes Restrictions on Viewership - Inside the Magic

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(L to R) Lucas Sinclair (Caleb McLaughlin), Will Byers (Noah Schnapp), Dustin Henderson (Gaten Matarazzo), and Mike Wheeler (Finn Wolfhard) dressed as Ghostbusters in 'Stranger Things' Season 2

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  1. Brad

    Interesting with a failing economy Netflix might raise their prices?
    Goes to show that they really don’t care about their viewers. It’s all about the bottom line. I hope they do raise their rates so that they can watch people cancel their subscriptions. That’s what shows like stranger things are really
    about. Keeping viewers hooked so they’ll accept anything a service mandates.

  2. Jeremy

    I used to have subscriptions for all the major streaming services. Now I just have one at a time. Once I watch the shows I want, I switch subscriptions.

    The streaming services are must think people are stupid.

    I left cable because streaming services didn’t have ads, released the entire series at once, and cost less. These benefits no longer exist.

    So, no streaming service gets more than two months a year. I guess their efforts to increase revenue backfired with me.

    Maybe they should cut back on their CEO bonuses. I won’t be the one paying them.

  3. John

    Sounds interesting a d I’m not to surprised a out the ad tier being added to their model after amazon did it they were the last of the major streamers to not have one. That’s find for people who are willing to pay less and deal with ads but if they raise no add subs I will be leaving they are already almost expensive ad max and it is considered one of the highest if nextflix become s more than that 😡

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