Streaming services are about to get messy

You might already be planning to subscribe to Disney's upcoming streaming service, Disney+, but how many services are you really willing to pay for each money in order to watch TV? AT&T is betting at least one more. A new service called "HBO Max" from the newly merged AT&T WarnerMedia giant is yet another play at grabbing streaming users from Netflix: it'll exclusively host classics like Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Pretty Little Liars, Friends and a bunch more starting in 2020. That's bad news for us, and for Netflix, which is losing access to that content next year. Along with the news that a future NBC streaming service will exclusively stream The Office next year, it seems clear that the golden age of streaming is about to come to a close. Think about it for a second: you're probably already paying a $10-15 per month subscription for Netflix. Would you be willing to add another $1 –Yet Another Subscription Service ↗