This Study Proves Netflix Isn’t the True Binge-Watching Qween
According to your dating profile, your interests are probably “going on outside adventures and rock climbing,” but let’s be real here for a minute. Most weeknights you can probably be found binge-watching your favorite shows. I mean, there’s a reason “Netflix and Chill” has essentially become the tagline of our generation. However, it looks like that saying should really read “Hulu and Chill,” as a new study from Cordcutting.com recently revealed Netflix has a whopping 61% less TV content than its competitor.
Cordcutting.com’s recent survey took a deep dive into what exactly each streaming service offers. They found that Hulu has 3,872 movies and 3,179 TV shows (7,051 titles total), while Netflix offers up 4,393 movies and 1,226 TV shows (5,619 titles total). So if you’ve been scrolling through your Netflix queue and wondering why you can’t really find anything you want to watch, it could have a little something to do with the fact that Netflix offers 61.4% fewer TV shows than Hulu.
Additionally, Cordcutting.com found that Hulu subscribers tend to be happier with the content they’re consuming overall. The average TV show rating on Netflix is 3.73 stars (out of five), while Hulu gets 4.05 stars (also out of five). In the end, Hulu users approve of their content 8.6% more than Netflix users do. Welp, it looks like we know where we’re going to find our next series to watch.
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