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Entertainment Netflix share descripiously stronger: Netflix grows again thanks to blockbusters like 'Squid Game' stronger

00:15  20 october  2021
00:15  20 october  2021 Source:   finanzen.net

What's Coming to Netflix in October 2021

  What's Coming to Netflix in October 2021 The month kicks off with a number of Netflix Originals including The Guilty, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, which tells the story of a 911 operator that works relentlessly to save a caller in grave danger. © Provided by WhatToWatch Jake Gyllenhaal stars in The Guilty. The new Netflix series Maid, based on the New York Times best-selling memoir, Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will to Survive by Stephanie Land also debuts on October 1 along with a musical about Princess Diana and a slew of library titles including A Knights Tale, Ghost, Titanic, and Waterworld.

thanks to series hits like "Money Heist", "Sex Education" and "Squid Game", the streaming market leader Netflix again has reinforced in summer User growth booked.

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In the third quarter, the worldwide number of subscribers increased by 4.4 million to a total of almost 214 million, as the company announced on Tuesday after US stock exchanges. With this, Netflix clearly exerted its own forecast of 3.5 million new customers. The stock initially responded to the numbers first with slight price gains.

The financial results could also be seen. Net profit increased by overly 80 percent to $ 1.45 billion (1.25 billion euros) in the three months to the end of September compared to the previous year. Revenues grew by 16 percent to 7.5 billion dollars. After the pandemic had paralyzed production and user growth in the previous quarters, Netflix promises to the end of the year, the strongest range of films and series so far. The streaming giant goes out in the final quarter of around 8.5 million new customers ./HBR/DP/HELOS GATOS (DPA-AFX)

Squid Game creator Hwang Dong-hyuk responds to criticism over the show's ending .
"I wouldn't change my ending."Squid Game creator Hwang Dong-hyuk has responded to criticism over the show's conclusion, admitting that he "wouldn't change" the ending.

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