Which Streaming Service Offers Most Quality Content per Dollar?

Which streaming service offers the most quality content per dollar? Reelgood, a company that offers streaming guides, has studied the issue. Let’s good at at the results.

Reelgood defines “high quality and quality”TV shows as those rated 8.0+ on IMDb ratings with 300 votes as of January 2024. High quality/quality movies are defined as those rated 6.5 to 8.0+ + on IMDb ratings with 300 votes as of January 2024.

IMDb is an online database of information related to films, television series, podcasts, home videos, video games, and streaming content online – including cast, production crew and personal biographies, plot summaries, trivia, ratings, and fan and critical reviews.

When it comes to TV shows available on U.S. streaming services, Apple TV+ has 139, Disney has 586, MAX has 1,368, Netflix has 2,537, Hulu has 2,699, Prime Video has 2,313, Peacock Premium has 1,203, and Paramount + with Showtime has 859.

When it comes to movies available on these services, Apple has 75, Disney+ has 1,432, Paramount + with Showtime has 1,173. MAX has 2,070, Hulu has 2,422, Peacock Premium has 3,039, Netflix has 4,013and Prime Video has 11,923.

The prices for the streaming services are: Apple TV+, $6.99-$9.99; Prime Video, $8.99; Peacock Premium, $11.99; Paramount + with Showtime, $11.99; Disney+, $10.99-$13.99, Netflix, $15.49; MAX, $15.99; and Hulu, $14.99-$17.99.

Here’s how many TV shows you get per dollar: Apple TV+, 14; Disney+, 42; Paramount + with Showtime, 72; MAX, 85; Peacock Premium, 100; Hulu, 150; Netflix, 164; and Prime Video, 257.

Here’s how many movies you get per dollar: Apple TV+, 8; Paramount + with Showtime, 99; Disney+, 102; MAX, 130; Hulu, 135; Peacock Premium, 329; Netflix, 269; and Prime Video, 1,327.

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.


  • Please make an effort regarding the writing; it often feels like we are reading nonsense from you, and there are often mistakes. Moreover, it lacks structure. Do you make a plan?

    I’m sorry, this is not to be mean or anything, but it happens too often. I would like to read the articles smoothly.

    Kind regards,

  • I noticed a slight mismatch between the title’s promise and the content’s focus. The article extensively covers the quantity of content and pricing of various streaming services but seems to deviate from analyzing the ‘quality per dollar’ aspect, which the title suggests

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