The exodus of talent from Hollywood studios to streamers is stunning. We mapped it

Shonda Rhimes. Ryan Murphy. Phoebe Waller-Bridge. Those and other big-name showrunners have flocked to Netflix, Amazon Studios and other streamers in recent years as the streaming wars have created an unprecedented competition for talent. Studios have responded by offering their own mega-deals to keep creatives from leaving, setting the stage for what some believe has the makings of a bubble. This interactive graphic shows the dramatic migration of executive and creative talent from the major studios to streaming platforms over the last five years.

By Thomas Suh Lauder and David Ng

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*Hulu is majority-owned by Disney, which acquired 21st Century Fox assets in March.