I post to Vimeo mainly because I think the video quality is better and you can update (fix!) the video file after the initial upload, unlike YouTube. So if there’s something I need to fix, I do it and replace the embed on the Multiplex 10 website with a Vimeo embed instead.
I released the short film through Vimeo On Demand, which is a little different.
They do let you sell seasons and subscription-based content through Vimeo On Demand, though — https://help.vimeo.com/hc/en-us/articles/235765607-Selling-a-Vimeo-On-Demand-series?flash_digest=d339f71221710cd876aa4866894e73edf203ae12 — but I don’t have experience with that.
Here’s what one of the series looks like: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/brilliantcornersseries (I just picked it randomly; not an endorsement/recommendation)
I think that looks really nice, but of course to sell on Vimeo On Demand, it costs $180/year. So… is it gonna be worth that? Maybe for you! Not so much for me. I’ve barely recouped that amount selling my short film. (Sales of the short film have been disappointing outside of the two crowdfunding campaigns.) I’ll probably skip it with my next short film.