Netflix reported a few interesting things in the past week. First, they’ve announced their subscriber count is up by 9.33 million, due to password crackdowns. The thought is that over 100 million worldwide viewers were using an account they weren’t paying for. The next thing, is that they going to stop sharing some of their numbers starting in about a year. It’s none of our business. They’ll only focus more on overall profits. It’ll be interesting to see how this evolves, but they are the big kid on the streaming block, and are leaving most everyone else in the dust, even without building through bundling, tacking onto existing services, and other gimmicks to drive viewership numbers.

Netflix saw a 9.33 million jump in customers in the first quarter of 2024, thanks to its password-sharing crackdown.