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>> Binge watching Netflix? You just got more company, Netflix on Wednesday saying it added more than seven million new subscribers in the last quarter of 2016, blowing past its own forecast. Netflix saying its original content like The Crown, Black Mirror and the updated Gilmore Girls helped domestic and international viewers to sign up.
But Netflix also trying to stave off concern that the next administration's internet policies could hurt the video streaming giant. Reuters San Francisco Bureau Chief Peter Henderson.>> Netflix wants to keep people calm in the face of the possibility that Donald Trump will end net neutrality, which essentially could mean that Netflix would have to pay more to get its content out to all of its subscribers.
So it's saying, don't worry, even if something happens to net neutrality, we'll still be able to make good money.>> And its success coming not just from its English hit TV series, but also from overseas. The company seeing its first Brazilian original series, a sci-fi post apocalyptic thriller, 3%, premiered as one of the most watched Netflix shows in Brazil and even getting millions of US viewers to watch a show dubbed and subtitled into English.