The average home has 4.7 streaming services. Even still, Netflix is way out in front. People may start looking at the options of exiting these days, however, as this amounts to a large number of services each pulling $10-20 out of our wallets each month. Mrs. Nerd and I are looking at sticking with Netflix, Amazon Prime, and perhaps dropping Disney. Everything else just seems to pale in comparison. Others justify HBO, Paramount, or Hulu, but I think people are burning out on excessive fees for services they don’t use much.

(Bloomberg) — U.S. households stopped adding to their roster of streaming services, in another sign that the on-demand video market has reached saturation point.