Popular online streaming service providers like Netflix, Amazon Video and Hulu are going all in on the Reality TV front.
Reality TV industry insiders have anticipated this. Monster Castings founder Mitch Matthews said, “ It was always going to be a natural progression for our industry. This is the first domino to fall”. These online leaders in subscription based service television have long provided Reality TV content, but until now have not invested in producing original Reality TV content of their own.
As per Monster Casting reviews, Netflix the world's leading subscription service for watching TV episodes and movies on your phone, tablet or PC, jumped into the reality game for the first time this month when they debut it’s first original Netflix reality production in “Ultimate Beastmaster”.
Netflix, as an online subscription service, is not saddled with the same ratings pressure as their cable TV counterparts. However, it has high hopes for “Ultimate Beastmaster,” which is produced by Sylvester Stallone and David Broome, an executive producer of “The Biggest Loser.”
Ted Sarandos, the chief content officer at Netflix, was quoted as saying the show is “our first big step” in reality shows, with many more to come. Since the showed debuted on February 24th it has been trending as one of the most popular shows on Netflix. In fact “Ultimate Beastmaster” has already been renewed for a second season.
Netflix chief competitor’s Amazon Video and Hulu have taken notice. Not be outdone, these online streaming giants have invested heavily in their own Reality TV divisions. Both companies are said to have several original content investments on the go. With fierce competition to provide it’s subscribers with more & more original content Reality TV is alive and well and will continue to grow.
“There has never been such an abundance of Reality TV Casting opportunities for our clients.” said Mathews. Monster Castings Reviews 877 217 8055 has positioned itself prominently with the top subscription based streaming sites. A bold move that required a great deal of faith and patience, Mathews believes there will now be hundreds of new reality shows produced on an annual basis. “It’s an exciting time to be involved in the industry!”