Between January and September, the revenues of the company led reached $ 18,350 million (€ 15,614 million, at the current exchange rate), plus $ 3,661 million (€ 3,115 million) than a year earlier, driven by the increase consumption of Netflix content during the covid-19 pandemic.

However, Netflix's subscriber growth slowed during the summer months, following the spring increase due to the confinement resulting from the pandemic, which has confined millions of people to their homes.

After gaining 2.2 million subscribers in the period between July and September – even so below analysts' expectations - Netflix ended the quarter with 195.2 million subscribers worldwide.

In the first nine months of the year, Netflix added 28 million subscribers, ensuring the biggest annual increase in the company's history.