I might have just made this one up right now, for all you know.
So hey, remember when streaming was supposed to be the cheap, easy, no-frills alternative to paying for a cable package? Cable packages that are now often cheaper than daisy-chaining a bunch of streams together? Remember when streaming was supposed to make your life easier by "cutting the cord," as opposed to forcing you to write Excel formulas to figure out what you need to pay for and when, just so you can keep up with water cooler conversations?
Television has always had rivalries fueled by exclusive content -- HBO has Oz, but Showtime has Stargate! -- but it's reached the point of absurdity. Look at the lists of exclusive shows for each existing service that some poor bastard at Wikipedia had to put together in lieu of contributing to human knowledge.
It's like television has been watching the gaming industry and realized that fans consider exclusives a fun debate topic instead of a huge pain in the ass. When gamers discover that they'll need two different consoles to play both, say, Breath Of The Wild and Horizon Zero Dawn, their reaction is usually either "Sweet! I can't wait to spend $600 on hardware, plus the cost of the games!" or "I can only afford one console, but getting into a long, technical argument about which is better will make me rich in experience." It's rarely "Hey, wait a minute, this whole system is bullshit."