More and more networks are starting to branch off from services like Netflix and create their own streaming service. 

The Office and Friends leaving Netflix are two prime examples of networks creating a frenzy by reclaiming their popular titles. The Office has lived on Netflix for years, but by 2020, you'll only be able to binge-watch it through NBC Universal's upcoming streaming service.

While that might not make you nix Netflix altogether, it will certainly make tons of people pick up NBC Universal and add it to their list of streaming subscriptions. Also coming up in streaming services are HBO Max ($17/month), Disney+ ($7/month), NBC Universal (unknown), and Apple TV+ (unknown).

With more of our favorite shows going to different networks, the cost of our entertainment is indefinitely going up. The question is, how much would you be willing to pay for the streaming services you want?