Well over half (57%) of Dutch people binge watch, viewing multiple episodes of a TV show in rapid succession.
The share of Dutch households with a smart TV has more than doubled in the past two years, to 48% from 20%.
60% of Dutch viewers will consider cutting the cord if the three main public NPO channels are available OTT, according to research from Telecompaper.
The largest cable operator in the Netherlands Ziggo is also the largest broadband provider with slightly more than 3.13 million connections.
The Dutch TV revenues have grown during the third quarter driven by price increases from Ziggo and KPN in July 2016.
The Dutch still spend 38% of their daily video viewing time on linear TV. The rest is divided across recorded, online and on-demand video content, according to the latest Dutch Consumer Video Behaviour report from Telecompaper.
Digital television increased to 90% of all TV connections in the Netherlands at the end of Q2, 2016.
The Dutch broadband market continued to grow in the second quarter, albeit at a slower pace than in the preceding two quarters, ending June 2016 with more than 7.24 million connections, according to the Dutch Broadband 2016 Q2 report from Telecompaper.
Netflix continues to grow its customer base in the Netherlands, without a corresponding increase in above-the-line advertising, according to research by Telecompaper.
The Dutch TV market continued its steady decline, with a loss for the fourth consecutive quarter, ending March 2016 with slightly more than 7.8 million connections.