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HBO's programming boss says Netflix's enormous spending in TV feels like the 'irrational exuberance' of the 90s dot-com bubble

Business Insider Monday, 9 April 2018
HBO's programming boss says Netflix's enormous spending in TV feels like the 'irrational exuberance' of the 90s dot-com bubble· *HBO programming chief Casey Bloys had some criticism for the runaway spending of his network's streaming rivals, Netflix and Amazon, in a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter.*
· *Bloys speculated that widespread, exorbitant TV spending could mean that the industry is "in a bubble."*
· *He said that his rivals'...
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in a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, HBO programming chief Casey Bloys criticized the big spending of his network's streaming-based rivals, Netflix and Amazon. Discussed was the record-breaking, nine-figure contracts Netflix has given to successful showrunners Ryan Murphy and Shonda Rhimes...

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