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Netflix’s gamble pays off as subscriptions soar Netflix end several key content deals with top studios and distributors based on More movies disappeared form Netflix during year 2016.

Which it was a grate move to compete with others, such Hulu (an American subscription video on demand service owned by Hulu LLC, a joint venture with the Walt Disney company joined by ABC Television Group, 21st century Fox, Comcast, and finally Time warner as of August 10,2016. There may be more that we are not aware of. 


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Netflix was being bold – its goals and ambitions were no longer on- demand collecting DVDs, but discovered that to consume new and exclusive shows.

Therefore rather than paying money to studios for the right to existing show content, instead poured its cash into show such as Stranger Things, The Crown, Luke Cage and the remake of Gilmore Girls.


After spending couple of years really pushing out original content. This including comedies and dramas along with kids show as well.  In result the Netflix Original Series Coming to Netflix. Although this increase in originals has led to the loss of favorite fan-favorite TV Shows on the subscriptions streaming service, but overall, as we said before, Netflix is contributing a lot to the golden age of television and it looks like the company will continue to go big home in 2017.    

Michelle regalado reported, 16 new Original Netflix shows coming in soon.


We will keep you up to date on the latest service Netflix has to offer.

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