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What's Worth Streaming: Here’s what’s coming to Netflix in August 2021 — and what’s leaving

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22/07/2021 - 00:01

It's another busy month, with '30 Rock' and 'Friday Night Lights,' the teen rom-coms 'The Kissing Booth 3' and 'He's All That,' the return of Marie Kondo and much more


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  1. What's Worth Streaming: Here’s everything coming to Netflix in March 2021 — and what’s leaving (24/02/2021 - Market Watch)
    For a third month in a row, Netflix is light on original series (blame pandemic production delays?), but a full slate of fresh docuseries, movies and reality shows should fill some of those gaps in March.
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  2. What's Worth Streaming: Here’s what’s coming to Netflix in April 2021 — and what’s leaving (24/03/2021 - Market Watch)
    The fantasy thriller 'Shadow and Bone,' a new season of 'The Circle' and star-studded movies are on tap
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  3. What's Worth Streaming: Here’s what’s coming to Netflix in May 2021 — and what’s leaving (22/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Get ready for the zombie-heist movie 'Army of the Dead,' new seasons of 'Lucifer,' 'Master of None' and 'Who Killed Sara?' and much more
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  4. What's Worth Streaming: Here’s what’s coming to Netflix in July 2021 — and what’s leaving (23/06/2021 - Market Watch)
    Hit comedies 'I Think You Should Leave' and 'Never Have I Ever' return, and brace yourself for Kevin Smith's 'Masters of the Universe' and the bizarre 'Sexy Beasts'
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  5. What's Worth Streaming: Here’s what’s coming to Netflix in June 2021 — and what’s leaving (19/05/2021 - Market Watch)
    'Lupin,' 'Elite' and 'Kim's Convenience' return, along with new movies from Kevin Hart, Gina Rodriguez and Liam Neeson
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  6. What's Worth Streaming: Here’s what’s coming to Hulu in August 2021, and what’s leaving (16/07/2021 - Market Watch)
    Get ready for Nicole Kidman in 'Nine Perfect Strangers,' Steve Martin in 'Only Murders in the Building' and much more.
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  7. Netflix is the biggest winner since Disney kicked off the streaming wars (19/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    https://www.cnbc.com/2021/04/19/netflix-is-the-biggest-winner-since-disney-kicked-off-streaming-wars.html Netflix shares have outpaced its legacy media competitors since Nov. 12, 2019, when Disney launched Disney+. Netflix announces its first-quarter earnings Tuesday, April 20. While the streaming wars have added many competitive services to Netflix, the end result of media's shift to streaming may cement Netflix as the center of household entertainment. Netflix is still the streaming leader. There are still many households prefer Netflix compared to other streaming options. Although USA streaming market is very saturated right now, Netflix still has plenty of opportunities to grow internationally. Tomorrow earning reports will show if Netflix still could grow the subscribers and able to protect the moats against Disney+.   submitted by   /u/coolcomfort123 [link]   [comments]
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  8. What's Worth Streaming: Here’s everything coming to Hulu in June 2021, and what’s leaving (18/05/2021 - Market Watch)
    New seasons of 'Love, Victor' and 'Dave' are coming, along with the thriller 'False Positive'
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  9. What's Worth Streaming: Here’s what’s coming to Hulu in March 2021, and what’s leaving (17/02/2021 - Market Watch)
    The action thriller 'Boss Level,' new seasons of 'Solar Opposites' and 'Mayans M.C.' coming soon
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  10. Netflix strikes deal for streaming rights to Sony films, including upcoming 'Spider-Man' movies (08/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    https://www.cnbc.com/2021/04/08/netflix-strikes-deal-for-streaming-rights-to-sony-films.html Netflix has struck a deal for the streaming rights to Sony films. The deal, which was announced Thursday, includes films such as "Morbius," "Uncharted" and "Bullet Train." Netflix will also be able to place films such as "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" and future Venom and other Spider-Man films on its platform. This deal could further strengthen Netflix streaming leader position. Netflix earning is coming and it is important to see what subscriber guidance company give due to the ongoing economy reopen. People start going out and consume less streaming, but on the other hand, Netflix is growing strong on the international market. It will be interesting to see if Netflix can beats subscriber # and defend the competition from Disney plus.   submitted by   /u/coolcomfort123 [link]   [comments]
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  11. What's Worth Streaming: Here’s what’s worth streaming in August 2021: ‘Nine Perfect Strangers,’ ‘The Chair’ and more (28/07/2021 - Market Watch)
    On a budget? Three services and $25 can get you all the streaming content you need next month.
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  12. What's Worth Streaming: Here’s everything coming to Amazon Prime Video in August 2021 (22/07/2021 - Market Watch)
    Season 2 of 'Modern Love' is coming, along with new movies such as 'Val' and 'Annette.'
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  13. What's Worth Streaming: Here’s what’s coming to Hulu in July 2021, and what’s leaving (21/06/2021 - Market Watch)
    Highlights include the music documentaries 'McCartney 3,2,1' and 'Summer of Soul.'
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  14. What's Worth Streaming: Here’s what’s coming to Hulu in July 2021, and what’s leaving (21/06/2021 - Market Watch)
    Highlights include the music documentaries 'McCartney 3,2,1' and 'Summer of Soul.'
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  15. What's Worth Streaming: Here’s what’s coming to Hulu in April 2021, and what’s leaving (16/03/2021 - Market Watch)
    'The Handmaid's Tale' finally returns with a new season, along with some buzz-worthy documentaries
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  16. What's Worth Streaming: What’s worth streaming in May 2021? There’s almost too much to choose from (29/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    It's a streaming bonanza in May, with viewers forced to pick between Amazon's "The Underground Railroad," Netflix's "Master of None," HBO's "In Treatment," Apple's "Mythic Quest," Hulu's "Shrill," Peacock's "Girls5Eva," among many others. We'll help you sort it all out.
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  17. What's Worth Streaming: Here’s what’s coming to Hulu in May 2021, and what’s leaving (19/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Get ready for the final seasons of Aidy Bryant's comedy 'Shrill' and FX's Australian hitman dramedy 'Mr. Inbetween,' as well as the launch of Patton Oswalt's animated supervillain series 'M.O.D.O.K.' and more.
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  18. What's Worth Streaming: Here’s what’s coming to HBO Max in March 2021, and what’s leaving (25/02/2021 - Market Watch)
    HBO Max is all about things going ka-blooey in March, with the premieres of the blockbuster movies "Godzilla vs. Kong" and "Zack Snyder's Justice League."
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  19. : Netflix says it can hit net zero emissions by 2022, promotes calculator to measure streaming footprints (30/03/2021 - Market Watch)
    Streaming giant Netflix Inc. believes it can reach net zero emissions as soon as the end of next year. Netflix's carbon footprint reached 1.1 million metric tons last year. That roughly equals the footprint of a town with 150,000 homes.
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  20. Does $VIAC have more market share to gain this year? (07/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Haven’t seen anyone talk about ViacomCBS, wanted to get your thoughts. Seems like they’re a company with a mix of value and growth. Did a quick analysis of this companies’ financials compared to Netflix. They’ve made about the same in revenue and net income in 2020, despite the fact that ViacomCBS wasn’t able to make as much from no theatrical releases or advertising due to no super bowl. Netflix only has the one business segment from their membership sales and ViacomCBS has three; TV entertainment (networks like CBS, paramount +), cable entertainment (networks like MTV, Comedy Central, PlutoTV) and films. This year, they’ve released paramount+ and have other streaming services like PlutoTV and showtime. Since we have so many streaming services, I doubt that Netflix will be able to continue to achieve their YoY revenue growth and we may see that market share go into other companies that are driving new streaming services. Netflix market share at 228 Billion currently, VIAC at 46 Billion. Wouldn’t VIAC have a lot more market share to gain this year with movies coming back to theaters and their business model shifting to more streaming?   submitted by   /u/clavitopaz [link]   [comments]
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  21. Netflix bleeds subscribers in US and Canada, with no sign of recovery (22/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Netflix lost 430,000 subscribers in the US and Canada in the second quarter and issued weaker than expected forecasts for later in the year, rekindling investor doubts over how the streaming group will fare after the economic reopening. The California-based company predicted it would add 3.5m subscribers in the third quarter, disappointing investors who were looking for a stronger rebound in the second half of the year. Analysts had forecast that Netflix would add 5.9m subscribers during the third quarter. In the past year and a half, Disney, Apple, WarnerMedia, Comcast and others have launched streaming platforms, and there are more than 100 streaming services for consumers to choose from, according to data company Ampere. https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2021/07/netflix-bleeds-subscribers-in-us-and-canada-with-no-sign-of-recovery/?amp=1   submitted by   /u/BHD01 [link]   [comments]
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  22. What's Worth Streaming: Here’s what’s coming to Amazon Prime Video in March 2021 (22/02/2021 - Market Watch)
    Eddie Murphy's long-awaited sequel 'Coming 2 America' tops the month's new releases
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  23. What's Worth Streaming: Here’s what’s coming to Amazon Prime Video in March 2021 (22/02/2021 - Market Watch)
    Eddie Murphy's long-awaited sequel 'Coming 2 America' tops the month's new releases
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  24. SS Rajamouli’s RRR digital streaming rights bought by Netflix, ZEE 5, check details (27/05/2021 - Financial Express)
    Streaming rights of the film's Hindi, Portuguese, Korean, Turkish and Spanish versions have been bought by Netflix.
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  25. Business in the Age of COVID-19: Your streaming subscriptions reshaped Disney and turbocharged Netflix — now comes making more money off you (16/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    The COVID-19 pandemic upended the home-entertainment ecosystem, turning it sharply toward streaming services like Netflix and Disney+. Now comes the hard part.
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  26. Netflix misses subscriber growth and earnings expectations (20/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    https://www.cnbc.com/2021/07/20/netflix-nflx-q2-2021-earnings.html Earnings per share (EPS): $2.97 vs $3.16 expected, according to Refinitiv survey of analysts Revenue: $7.34 billion vs $7.32 billion expected, according to Refinitiv Expected global paid net subscriber additions: 1.54 million vs 1.75 million expected, according to Factset This is not a very impressive result. Investors should bet on Disney for recovery play and growth opportunity from disney+. That is much better than netflix streaming only opportunity with a lot of streaming competitions. The price is still under $180 and that is still an attractive entry point.   submitted by   /u/coolcomfort123 [link]   [comments]
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  27. Earnings Watch: What does a mature streaming service look like? Netflix is about to show us (18/07/2021 - Market Watch)
    Netflix Inc. proved to the world that streaming video could be a big business. Now it will show the world what that business looks like when it hits maturity.
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  28. ViacomCBS Value Pick (27/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    After a couple month run-up to $100 (ATH) ViacomCBS is trading at $48 (down %51). This comes on the back of the news that its streaming service paramount+ will never be able to compete with Netflix and Disney plus among other streaming services. Though now at the $48 price tag one might see this as an attractive valuation with a P/E of 17 where Netflix has a P/E of 83. I think I will wait for a bit more of a decline to find an entry point but with a shift to value going on right now, it might be a good pick. One of the concerns with Netflix and Disney is the cost of producing original content in many languages and paramount+ has an advantage in that category because ViacomCBS already has a large backlog of content.   submitted by   /u/SnooPeripherals6466 [link]   [comments]
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  29. What's Worth Streaming: What’s worth streaming in March 2021: It’s time to watch some dumb but fun stuff (27/02/2021 - Market Watch)
    'Zach Snyder's Justice League,' 'Godzilla vs. Kong' and 'Falcon and Winter Soldier' bring punches and explosions, and that's OK
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  30. Does Netflix feel like a ticking time bomb to anyone else? (15/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    So first off I want to preface this with I'm new to investing, so if I'm just horribly wrong in what I've thought through, please tell me and I'll be on my merry way, but to me Netflix feels like like a ticking time bomb. It feels like a lot of articles about Netflix being either a steady stock or a stock that will increase pretty well in the next few years, practically taking it from other companies, mostly cable as people are "cutting the cord". I feel like that was the right way to think about it a few years ago, but not now. Practically any company that has things to watch is making a streaming service, and thats where netflix fails. They don't own any of FOX, Disney, and streaming services like Amazon Prime has practically an infinite windfall behind them to keep them ahead, as we saw with their recent MGM purchase. And now that everyone has a streaming service, Netflix is losing a lot of their shows it feels. They've lost their most popular one to Peacock, and their own originals don't seem to be blowing up consistently like they did in the Stranger Things era when they had The Office along with many other shows. So with all this, is it a time bomb? Would it be good to short it in the near or somewhat near future? Or even would it be good to buy now and then sell before the it crashes if it will?   submitted by   /u/ShawnOttery [link]   [comments]
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  31. MarketWatch First Take: There is a new normal for Netflix, and that is not necessarily a bad thing (21/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Netflix Inc. investors may need to change how they evaluate the streaming media giant.
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  32. What's Worth Streaming: What’s worth streaming in July 2021: ‘Ted Lasso,’ the Tokyo Olympics and more (28/06/2021 - Market Watch)
    July's streaming slate offers nothing too heavy, and is filled with laugh-out-loud comedies (like the return of "Ted Lasso") and trashy, guilty-pleasure shows -- and the Summer Olympics.
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  33. What's Worth Streaming: Here’s everything coming to Disney+ in March 2021 (17/02/2021 - Market Watch)
    'Falcon and the Winter Soldier,' 'Raya and the Last Dragon' and 'Mighty Ducks' revival top the list
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  34. What's Worth Streaming: Here’s what’s coming to Disney+ in June 2021: ‘Loki,’ ‘Luca’ and more (18/05/2021 - Market Watch)
    Get ready for Marvel shenanigans, a new Pixar film and 'Raya and the Last Dragon' free for all subscribers
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  35. NewsWatch: Netflix predicts worst quarter for streaming growth in its history, stock falls 11% (20/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Netflix Inc. has come back down to earth after massive gains during the opening months of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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  36. Netflix Summary and Bull v. Bear (27/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Netflix was founded in 1997 as a website for renting DVDs. Remember those things? Today, Netflix is the largest video streaming service by subscriber count. Netflix generated $25B of subscription revenue in 2020 from four separate regions: North America 45%, Europe Middle East Africa 33%, Latin America 12%, and Asia Pacific 10%. Netflix faces increasing competition from other streaming platforms and traditional media providers. Streaming services, like Amazon Prime (AMZN), Disney+ (DIS), and Apple’s (AAPL) recently launched service, provide ad-free, on-demand content, similar to Netflix. Other streaming services such as Fubo TV (FUBO) and Hulu, provide access to live TV and sports without a cable subscription. Traditional media companies, like ABC, Showtime, and CBS are making their content available through their streaming apps on platforms like Roku (ROKU) and Apple TV (AAPL). Netflix arguably sparked the phenomenon of cord-cutting, driving subscribers of cable companies like Comcast (CMCSA) and Charter Communications (CHTR) to disconnect their cable TV service while keeping their internet service to stream Netflix. Netflix is led by its Founder and co-CEO Reed Hastings. In July of last year, Netflix appointed Ted Sarandos to co-CEO, who has been with the company since 1999. Fun Fact: The average cable subscription costs over $55, compared to Netflix at $11.56! What the BULLS ???? say: Netflix is a leading distributor of content and has had great success with large investments in original content like House of Cards and Stranger Things. Last year, 37% of subscriber viewing time was spent on original content, compared to just 17% back in 2017. Netflix makes up 8% of global video view time, so there is still plenty of room to grow market share. Haters have been sounding the alarm on coming competition for years, but Netflix has proven them wrong time and again. What the BEARS ???? say: The competition is finally here! It took Netflix a decade to reach 100 million subscribers. Disney+ did it in 16 months! Unlike Netflix, platforms like Paramount+, Disney+, and HBO Max have pre-existing books of content they can leverage for subscriber growth. Netflix is forced to spend heavily on producing or acquiring the same quality of content to catch up. Recent media industry consolidation has created some media powers that pose a significant threat. Which side are you on? Join the discussion on StockTalk   submitted by   /u/TheNewUsed [link]   [comments]
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  37. What's Worth Streaming: Here’s everything coming to Amazon Prime Video in June 2021 (24/05/2021 - Market Watch)
    'Bosch' is back for its final season, along with Anna Paquin's 'Flack' and a handful of international series
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  38. What's Worth Streaming: Here’s everything coming to Amazon Prime Video in May 2021 (19/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Barry Jenkins' adaptation of 'The Underground Railroad' and the star-studded anthology series 'Solos' highlight May's original releases
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  39. What's Worth Streaming: Here’s everything coming to Amazon Prime Video in April 2021 (22/03/2021 - Market Watch)
    Michael B. Jordan's 'Without Remorse' brings the thrills, while Lena Waithe's 'Them' brings the chills
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  40. What's Worth Streaming: Here’s everything coming to Amazon Prime Video in July 2021 (21/06/2021 - Market Watch)
    Chris Pratt tries to save the world in 'The Tomorrow War,' while Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum return to find the next great fashion designer
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  41. Weekend binge watch list from Netflix to Amazon Prime: Ray, Thaen and other streaming shows (25/06/2021 - Financial Express)
    Netflix: Deciding what to watch alone costs us long hours which, at the end, lands us on watching absolutely nothing. But don't worry. We have got you covered this time.
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  42. Netflix overvalued? (27/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Is it me or is netflix super overvalued? I mean how is a streaming service so highly valued, i know more people who use hulu givin that is private but anyone have any insight? Dont thrash me pls; just an honest question.   submitted by   /u/northern-ponderer [link]   [comments]
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  43. What's Worth Streaming: Here’s what’s worth streaming in April 2021: ‘Handmaid’s Tale,’ ‘Mosquito Coast’ and much more (29/03/2021 - Market Watch)
    Prestige dramas such as Hulu's "The Handmaid's Tale," HBO's "Mare of Easttown" and Apple's "The Mosquito Coast" are on tap for April, as streaming services try to squeeze in their awards hopefuls before the Emmy deadline May 31.
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  44. Harry and Meghan’s first production with Netflix is docu-series also starring the former; details (07/04/2021 - Financial Express)
    The news comes six months after Harry and Meghan signed a multi-million-dollar deal with the streaming service, Netflix.
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  45. Netflix (NFLX): Four reasons why this leader will not be easy to overthrow (14/06/2021 - AlphaStreet)
    Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) has for long been the undisputed king of the streaming space. The streaming industry is seeing massive growth with several new players entering the field. It also received a huge fillip during the COVID-19 pandemic period as people streamed their favorite shows while sheltering at home. Despite concerns of the pandemic-related growth surge moderating and the rising competition in the streaming space, Netflix appears well-positioned to hold its ground and continue its momentum. Here’s why: User base Netflix has the largest user base compared to its rivals with 208 million paid subscribers at the end of the first quarter of 2021. The number reflected a 14% growth versus the prior-year period. Its biggest competitor Disney+ had 104 million paid subscribers at the end of its most recent quarter while others like HBO Max and Discovery + are yet to cross the 100-million subscriber mark. The streaming giant’s rivals are deploying various strategies to gain an edge over it, with Disney (NYSE: DIS) doubling down on its streaming investments and AT&T (NYSE: T) and Discovery (NASDAQ: DISCA) merging their streaming services. Netflix’s subscriber base is expected to continue growing albeit at a slower rate. The company has guided for paid memberships to grow 8% YoY to nearly 209 million in Q2 2021. Content Netflix’s wide range of original content is another advantage. Its strategy of reducing its dependence on licensed content as well as investing more in regional content is paying off well. Shows like Bridgerton, Lupin and Cobra Kai have become immensely popular garnering growth for the company. Netflix aims to spend over $17 billion on content this year with more original shows than last year. It will also see several of its franchises return during the second half of the year after pandemic-related delays. Expansion opportunity Netflix has vast expansion opportunities in international markets. The company is investing and seeing success in countries like Korea, Japan and India. It has partnered with the mobile network operator Jio in India to offer its service with mobile plans and this strategy is working well. The company plans to release 40 new films and series in India and it is also looking to invest significantly in Korea. These regions, as well as countries like Brazil and Mexico, provide vast growth potential. Alternative revenue streams Netflix’s entry into gaming and ecommerce provide it with alternative revenue streams which will help drive growth. Last week, the company unveiled Netflix.shop, its online retail outlet that will offer collectibles based on its shows. The company will roll out streetwear and action figures based on anime series Yasuke and Eden as well as apparel and decorative items inspired by Lupin. These factors will help Netflix retain a strong position in the market as well as drive further growth in the coming years. Shares of Netflix have gained 17% in the past 12 months. Click here to read more on streaming stocksThe post Netflix (NFLX): Four reasons why this leader will not be easy to overthrow first appeared on AlphaStreet.
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  46. : Netflix commits $100 million to improve diversity in programming (26/02/2021 - Market Watch)
    Netflix Inc. has pledged $100 million to make its shows more inclusive following a diversity study released Friday that analyzed the makeup of the streaming company's on-screen and behind-the-scenes talent.
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  47. The Ratings Game: Netflix’s underwhelming subscriber gains spark ‘vigorous debate’ about the future (21/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Netflix Inc. was one of the biggest winners in the early days of the pandemic, as people sheltered in place and turned to streaming content, but subscriber momentum has slowed more than a year into the COVID-19 crisis.
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  48. What's Worth Streaming: What’s worth streaming in June 2021: Summer fun with ‘In the Heights,’ ‘Lupin,’ ‘Loki’ and more (27/05/2021 - Market Watch)
    From Lin-Manuel Miranda's vibrant musical "In the Heights" on HBO Max to the outrageous "RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars" on Paramount+, June offers some lighter options than the usual gritty dramas and scathingly black comedies.
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  49. : Spielberg’s deal with Netflix is latest chapter in complicated relationship (21/06/2021 - Market Watch)
    Steven Spielberg's star-crossed relationship with streaming --- Netflix Inc. in particular --- has been long debated and dissected. A Luddite protecting his turf from new technology or an industry legend trying to reconcile his place in the entertainment firmament?
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