[SOUND] And lastly, Joan.
You are covering that for earnings last night.
And there was conern there's going to be a blip or?
Last quarter with earnings it's always about expectations.
And the only thing that people are ever cared about in Netflix, is how many subscribers did you add.
Three months ago, Netflix said, we added subscribers, just not as many as we said we would, and everybody freaked out.
And so, last night, people were really worried that maybe this was Netflix standing on the brink of a downturn.
Especially cuz other companies in technology haven't been doing so great.
But, Netflix said, you know how we said we have this many subscribers?
We actually like, Did a lot better that, and so everyone freaked out, but in a positive-
In a good way.
Yeah, in a good way.
Well, I mean, it's interesting that they're seeing that kind of success, given the sheer number of streaming services that are launching now.
Netflix is just sorta that core that no one really gives up, right?
I mean, people always say if you're gonna have a streaming service, the The mindset that consumers have is like you're gonna have two maybe three, and one of them is gonna be Netflix.
There you go.
For our full coverage [UNKNOWN] Cnet, I'm Roger Chang.
I'm Joanie Salsman.
Thanks for listening.
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