From reading different news stories from all of these services, whether it's Netflix, HBO, Apple TV+, Hulu, etc., it seems that all content is basically going to come from the same large talent pool. A show will come to exist, and these companies will get into a bidding war for it. The people who make these shows will likely be creating content for a variety of services, going with whoever offers more for that particular project.I’ve been disappointed in every TV show I’ve tried watching on Apple TV+. I’m really not sure why Apple thought a TV streaming service was necessary. Leave that to the professionals—Netflix, Hulu, HBO, and etc.
Whether Apple should have entered this is a separate discussion, but my point is just that since it's all a bidding war for content now, services themselves aren't any more professional than others. Or at least that line will continue to blur in the near future.