- Amazon Prime Video has the most content of any of the major streaming services, according to a new analysis by streaming search engine Reelgood.
- It also has the most “high-quality” movies, defined by Reelgood as a movie with an 7.5 rating or higher on IMDb, but Netflix and Hulu had a worthy amount, too.
- Netflix and Hulu have the most “high-quality” TV shows (rated 8 or higher on IMDb).
- The full analysis compared the price per month, number of TV shows and movies, and content per dollar of six major streamers, including HBO Max, Disney Plus, and more.
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With 183 million subscribers worldwide, Netflix is the streaming champion when it comes to a subscriber base. But Amazon Prime Video has the most content.
Audiences have more viewing options than ever. Newcomers like Disney Plus and Apple TV Plus launched in November and HBO Max launched last month, jumping into an already competitive streaming war that includes Netflix, Prime Video, and the Disney-operated Hulu.
A new analysis by the streaming search engine Reelgood dove into how many movies and TV shows each of these major streaming services offer, and how many are actually highly rated based on IMDb scores. It also broke down how much content each service offers in relation to its price.
Prime Video has the biggest selection of both TV shows and movies, and