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Streaming web-based TV channels accounted for 9% of their tracked episodes from June 2016 to June 2017, up from 5% for the 2015-2016 season.

amazon prime 21 june 2017According to data from online TV guide TVmaze, people that stream have pointed to Netflix as having the largest number of their favourite choices in streaming programming, but Amazon Prime is on the rise too, taking clear second place. Hulu also dealt out a number of popular choices.

"From the high quality of streamed series that are quite apparent if you even glance at Netflix to the convenience of something like Amazon Prime, the streaming channels really are building momentum," TVmaze said in its report. "We're all hoping this will create a dynamic where the traditional channels also increase their quality and people who love great television, like ourselves and our users, benefit in a big way."