Video delivery services truly do have an impact on how we watch TV as a society these days. The new planet includes Hulu, Amazon Video, and Netflix. I personally am a Netflix subscriber. Netflix has attracted me and others I think due to adding new content every single month, even when they take away content such as One Tree Hill.
Netflix has even started creating their own content for audiences to watch, so it almost becomes a snowball effect when Netflix movies like The Kissing Booth or To All The Boys I Have Loved Before come out because they spread through word of mouth to everyone that already has Netflix but then there are some that subscribe to Netflix just because they hear the movies or shows are good.
Hulu is another service that was mentioned. I have tried it out a little bit, but for me personally, it just has not fully jived. But why I do think audiences gravitate towards Hulu is because it is current and up to date. Sometimes you have to wait longer for a season to be put on with other services, but with Hulu, you can watch new episodes of current seasons. There is also a section for Hulu originals, so Handmaid's Tale is one of the shows on there that audiences can watch.
Hulu not only is current, but it also allows audiences to try it out for a month for free and allows them to cancel at any time. Amazon Video is also another streaming service that comes with your prime membership. So if you are already a prime member you can have access to it as well, which opens up the doors to anyone that signs up for prime, even college students. Amazon Video has also started making their own original content as well, following in the footsteps of Netflix and Hulu, making it another reason for people to subscribe.