Dr Disrespect wants to lead Netflix into live streaming

By Olivia Richman


Jul 30, 2021

Reading time: 2 min

Herschel “Dr Disrespect” Beahm IV has some big plans for Netflix. The streaming service just has to sit down and talk to him. 

Dr Disrespect told fans in a July 29 stream that he wanted to become the first streamer on Netflix. It’s not known why Dr Disrespect was permanently banned from Twitch to this day. But since his ban from Twitch, Dr Disrespect has been growing his presence on YouTube. Now, the Two-Time is looking at Netflix as his next potential move. 

Dr Disrespect told fans that he was “open to taking a seat at Netflix.” According to the popular streamer, he wants to sit down at a table with a black suit, black tie, hair up in a ponytail, rocking his Prototypes, to discuss a plan for the streaming platform to get involved in gaming. 

“I’d help them put together the most interactive, dominating streaming platform. With the power of Netflix, imagine what you could offer too,” Dr Disrespect said. 

To stay ahead, the Two-Time warned, Netflix has to get into the streaming game. While they’re “still the leader” when it comes to streaming video, Hulu, Amazon, and other competing platforms are catching up. It’s the time to “build” on Netflix’s brand and images, Dr Disrespect stated. 

During his stream, the Two-Time even offered some innovative concepts for Netflix to consider. This included pre-packaged templates for movies for people who want streams with higher productions, interactive streams, viewer incentives, and chat tools. For Dr Disrespect, the ideas are bigger than just clipping and gifted membership options. This is an opportunity to think bigger. 

“That’s what will separate you, Netflix, from all the others. There’s a big chance here. I’m just talking now, throwing stuff out, but think about it. Think about it,” Dr Disrespect declared. “This is easy! Wake up!” 

This isn’t the first time Dr Disrespect has brought up partnering with Netflix. The streaming platform has been on his radar for a while now, especially after he was booted from Twitch. There’s been no response from Netflix.


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