Sooner, Ads Commercials would be coming to Netflix – or rather to a new, as-yet-unnamed Netflix tier and not a lot of people are happy with this news. This should not make you angry because a commercial supported by Netflix is the only way for you to save the streaming service, keep your favorite shows on the air, and make sure that there are more stranger things-level binge-worthy series in the coming future.
Netflix Ads Commercials
Almost as soon as Netflix Co-CEO Ted Sarandos stated the words “we would be adding an ad tier,” at the Cannes lions entertainment industry event, panic ensued.
Even though the Sarandos made it quite clear that ads would not be heading to premium Netflix (the $19.99/ £15.99-a-month tier), I’m not sure that people got the message. They responded on Twitter with denial, and concerns that Netflix is just becoming a “Global TV Channel.”
Others lamented that perhaps Netflix should work on not abruptly canceling shows right before bringing in ads.
What Netflix Ads is Here to Fix
Pulling in new customers with a low-cost tier while generating what could be billions in ad revenue is, ultimately, a win for every subscriber on Netflix.
If you are frustrated that Netflix is refusing to offer your beloved series more than one reason to find an audience, then the Netflix ad tier could actually solve that issue.
If you are still wondering why you have run out of things to watch on Netflix, Netflix is here to provide a solution to that.
If you are tired of all the reality programs airing on Netflix, and you are wondering why Netflix does not want to make more shows like stranger things, then AdFlix is the solution you seek.
At the moment, it is not yet confirmed if Netflix would be going with AdFlix for its low-cost tier. However, if it does not adopt this admittedly awful name, I would like credit (and maybe a small honorarium).
Netflix is Up to Something
If you feel the ads coming to Netflix are horrible, well then you are wrong because it is actually great. It would be even affordable plus the ads would not be that plenty or disturbing to users.
It seems like Netflix’s ad-supported tier might have some fewer ad breaks. As a matter of fact, I wonder just how well its current shows are designed to support commercial breaks.
Whether you choose to switch to the ad tier to save money (it could get you as much as $14/£10 off a month), There would be a net benefit for all Netflix subscribers.
The Money that was generated from the ad revenue will support what has ballooned to at least a $230 billion-a-year content budget. In keeping up with what has been a parade of unpopular cost-cutting moves, Netflix might be spending less on original shows this coming year, but it would still likely be in the range of the budget for a small European country.
Netflix Ads 2022
The money that was generated from the ad revenue will support what has ballooned to at least a $230 billion-a-year content budget. In keeping up with what has been a parade of unpopular cost-cutting movers, Netflix might be spending less on original shows this coming year, but it is still likely in the range of the budget for a European country that is small.
As soon as Adflix (TM) is unveiled, its subscription numbers would get a boost once again. while it would need more scale (More Subscribers) to acquire a similar revenue number to what they might have had with full-boat subscribers, I think the streamer’s cashflow problems will quickly come to an end.
What follows after is a Netflix spring, with tons of new content initiatives, maybe even an intellectual property acquisition or two, and the end of unexpected show cancellations.
Well certainly not all your favorite shows would be on no matter the streaming numbers, but Netflix will have the wherewithal to give things a chance.