It looks like The WWE Network isn’t as in demand as it used to be. As other digital streaming services catch up to WWE, they already start passing them, as evidenced by a new Deadline feature article this week.
The article lists The Top Ten Over The Top Video Services, a list that no longer features The WWE Network. In the article they explain why The WWE Network dropped off the list.
“Showtime and CBS All Access are now Nos. 7 and 8 on the list, respectively, and The WWE Network has fallen out of the top 10 as original scripted fare proves a strong draw for subscribers. While Parks does not include subscriber tallies along with its rankings, there is a significant spread between Netflix at No. 1 — 58.5 million subscribers as of Sept. 30 — and the rest of the pack. After about two to three years in the marketplace, HBO Now, Starz, Showtime and CBS All Access are each in the single-digit millions of subscribers.”
The top ten list reads as follows:
2. Amazon Prime
4. HBO Now
8. CBS All Access
9. Sling TV
10. DIRECTV Now
You can check out the complete feature article on OTT Video rankings at Deadline.com.