Streaming giant has more domestic subscribers than HBO Now, Amazon Prime Video and Hulu combined
Netflix has dominated the "streaming wars" to this point, with the company boasting more U.S. subscribers than its three main competitors -- HBO, Hulu and Amazon -- combined.
That much is clear following Netflix's Q4 earnings report on Thursday, where the company said that it added a company-best 8.8 million new subscribers during the fourth quarter of 2018 -- swelling its global subscriber base to 139 million. And despite approaching a saturation point at home, 1.5 million of those new customers came from the U.S., pushing Netflix to 60 million domestic accounts.
Focusing primarily on its near-ubiquity in North America shows how much of a lead Netflix has on its competition right now -- with its closest competitor, Amazon Prime Video...
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