Just like most kids, I watched Disney and Nickelodeon all the time while I was growing up. From 'Hannah Montana' to 'The Suite Life Of Zack and Cody' to 'Wizards of Waverly Place,' Disney kept me thoroughly entertained. However, now that I'm 21, I don't feel the need to go back and rewatch shows.
It's fun to reminisce over an episode here and there but sticking with an entire series is too much. Even then, I'll only throw on an episode if I find it on cable and can't seem to find anything else to watch. I don't need to be reminded of the old days, at least not in that way. I'd much rather spend my time watching crime shows and psychological thrillers.
Don't get me wrong, I still love Disney and enjoy watching the occasional film but I don't need an entire streaming service pertaining to them. Nowadays, there are way too many streaming services competing for their rightful place on the Internet. Why can't there be a single service with everything on it?
I understand that networks are trying to make money but can't they team up and come to an agreement about a shared streaming service? Rather than having to pay for five or six different services to watch your favorite shows, there should be one service that holds everything. Wouldn't that make the most sense?
I know that's a lot to ask for but I don't think I'm alone in my queries.
The only thing that makes Disney+ somewhat enticing is the fact that Marvel Star Wars movies are on it. Even though that is the case, Disney+ still doesn't seem worth it to me. I can easily find the DVDs that my family obtained years ago instead of paying a monthly fee to only watch a few movies.