As major streaming service providers like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime start to rely more on their original and exclusive content to keep subscribers watching, it’s interesting to see how much of their titles are still shared between all three video libraries. So Reelgood pulled the numbers and put together Venn diagrams that illustrate the overlap in content.
In terms of how massive each of their movie repertoires is, regardless of quality, Amazon very clearly trumps Netflix and Hulu by the thousands—with Prime’s library almost 8x the size of Hulu’s and more than 3x the size of Netflix’s.
Netflix comes in second with 3,861 while Hulu lags behind with 1,646.
The overlap between Hulu and Amazon titles is quite a big figure, with 530 of Hulu’s movie titles also available via Prime. That’s already 32% of Hulu’s entire movie library.
Meanwhile, Netflix shares 277 movies with Prime, less than 10% of its movie library. Hulu and Netflix share 52 titles, and all three share only 7 movies.
If you’re keen to see how the three streaming services match up with regards to the number of “quality” content you get for every dollar spent and overall, check our graphs out here.
Next, we looked at the overlap in shows available on Prime, Netflix, and Hulu.
Here, Netflix comes in third with only 1,686 shows while Prime again takes the lead with 2,077.
All three services share 47 shows. Hulu and Prime share 245, Prime and Netflix have 109 series in common, and Netflix and Hulu share 149 shows.