Netflix may also be the main reason for his return, though it's funny how things go along.
Do you know what the goal of ending piracy is? It's quite simple, to say the least. Consumers want something that's simple and straightforward. Netflix was that way for many years.
Sadly, all good things come to an end, and Netflix seems to be on the verge of becoming a reality, at least in terms of simplicity and practicality of use.
Netflix was (because it is no longer) a platform that provided high quality content at an affordable price. All users, therefore, chose the route that made the most sense: paying the monthly subscription, even if it meant sharing costs with other people (friends or family).
Regardless, things have changed significantly in the world of streaming multimedia content in recent years.
Netflix has become increasingly anti-consumer in almost unimaginable ways. For example, by canceling popular series (eg The Warrior Nun), by raising prices, and now, by implementing a complex, ugly, and deadly account sharing system.
Besides all of this, Netflix is no longer the only company on the market; in the North American region, it has even been overtaken by Amazon Prime Video.
After all, we also have Disney+, HBO, and of course, Apple TV. That is, the content that used to be concentrated on one site (Netflix) is now broken down into several platforms, each of which has its monthly subscription. There are fewer and less reasons to pay Netflix.
Netflix is heading the wrong direction if its intention is to remain here for many years to come. However, it is what it is. What do you think? Will you continue to pay the subscription, or will you simply purchase the old, but always beautiful pirate hat from the attic?