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Date Posted: 08:39:46 05/25/20 Mon
Author: Comicality
Subject: Hehehe, well Disney doesn't HAVE any content yet. Everything was shut down due to the pandemic months ago
In reply to: mike 's message, "Personally I much prefer Netflix's content." on 06:10:40 05/25/20 Mon

The only thing that they got a chance to really showcase was "The Mandalorian", which turned out to be MUCH better than I ever thought it could have been. But the big flagship shows are all on hold for the time being. And they'll definitely have more diverse content, but it will probably be listed under Hulu (which is also Disney and comes free with the service). It's kinda like in theaters...

You want heartfelt animation? It's under Pixar.

Family friendly content? It's under Disney.

R-Rated bloodbath? It's under Miramax.

Hehehe, it's all Disney. They just don't want people associating Bambi with 'The Gimp' from "Pulp Fiction". That's all. But considering what they're paying, the big name actors they're drawing in, and the production value poured into every show? It won't take them long to get some momentum going.

Netflix had been around for a decade before "Stranger Things" and "Lost In Space" came along. I'm willing to bet Disney could reach that level in half that time once original content goes back into production.

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