Netflix Subscribers Only Watch 2% Of Service’s Library
In the past few months, we've been stuck in our homes, which means more TV, more Netflix. It doesn't matter how long you've been watching, there's still a lot more out there.
Reviews.org found the average Netflix user only watches about 2% of the service's library every year. The service counts something as a view after someone watches 2 minutes or more of a show or movie.
Netflix has about 5,500 unique titles in the library. Amazon Prime has 5,000 titles, Hulu has 2,657 titles, Disney+ has 744 titles.
So how long will it take you to make it through?
If you sat down to watch the entire library in one sitting, you'd be watching around the clock for 4 years, 2 months and 8 days. That amount of time would cost you about $660.
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