Netflix is big and it’s getting bigger. And we’re not just watching it on our phones and tablets: That dominance translates to the biggest screen in US homes too, according to a new study Tuesday from TV-measurement giant Nielsen. Netflix gobbles up 31% of streaming to TVs, beating every other service.
In what may come as a surprise, YouTube is a close second. The massive Google video service, most often associated with short clips you watch on your phone, commanded 21% of TV streaming in the last three months of 2019, Nielsen said. Hulu came in third with 12%, followed by Amazon at 8%.
But everything else — a kitchen-sink grouping that included free, ad-supported options such as Tubi as well as brand new subscription services such as Disney Plus —
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