Fall brings new shows, services and chance of bigger TV tabs
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The TV bubble keeps expanding, and that means viewers have more choices to make as the fall season arrives.
It’s not just what shows to watch, but which cable or streaming services to spend your money on as well.
Want to see Lin-Manuel Miranda in “His Dark Materials”? If you’re not a HBO subscriber, sign up or miss out.
Same with upcoming streamer Apple TV Plus and its drama series “The Morning Show,” which stars Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon.
While media companies are throwing big money into programming, consumers have their limits.
Research firm Magid found that, on average, people are willing to subscribe to up to four streaming services for combined fees of up to $42.