As the streaming wars heat up, consumers are being bombarded with choice.
Netflix launched the streaming boom, but has faced competition from Hulu and Amazon Prime Video, as well as the rebirth of premium cable channels like HBO, Showtime, and Starz as standalone streaming apps.
And the battle is only going to heat up in the coming months, as companies like Disney and Apple launch their own services.
The volume of choices can be daunting.
So before Disney Plus, Apple TV Plus, and WarnerMedia's HBO Max arrive this year and next, Business Insider has taken a look at how each of the current major players stack up against each other in terms of TV and movie selection and price, thanks to data from streaming search engine, Reelgood.
Reelgood provided Business Insider with data for five streaming services: Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, HBO, and Showtime.
If you're struggling to determine which services you want to keep as new choices appear on the horizon, this guide will help: