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Oct 26 2017
You can find on this page a variety of quotes, by one or many people, on what they said about Netflix. 355 people are quoted and you can read 806 citations of them about Netflix. Reed Hastings, Jim Cramer and Ted Sarandos, are those who have spoken the most about this topic. Reed Hastings said: “Price is all relative to value. We're continuing to increase the content offering, and we're seeing that reflected in viewing around the world. So, we try to maintain that feeling that consumers have that we're a great value in terms of the amount of content we have relative to the prices.”.
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David Wells - Netflix

It's true we may not choose to raise prices in a market that we're only a year to 18 months old in, specifically around markets that we didn't have a tailored library

Brett Sappington - Parks Associates

Any time a service increases its price, that change causes consumers to re-assess their perceived value of the service. While most will continue as subscribers, some will consider other options or discontinue their subscription. The key for Netflix is to not cause consumers to enter the evaluation or shopping cycle too

Scott Roxborough - The Hollywood Reporter

Before Narcos, before The Crown, before Netflix CEO Reed Hastings ever thought of making series outside the U.S., there was another big American broadcaster already out there, digging deep in high-end TV. For the past seven years, quietly and almost unnoticed outside the industry, HBO Europe has been turning out ambitious, award-winning, and, yes, game-changing drama in countries many American HBO subscribers would struggle to locate on a

David Broome

They tried to put on pressure and demand we change the

Jonah Hill

I gained weight for this movie War Dogs, and then I wanted to get in better shape, so I called Channing Tatum, and said, Hey, if I ate less and go to a trainer, will I get in better shape? And he said, Yes, you dumb motherf**ker, of course you will, it's the simplest thing in the entire

Theodore J. Boutrous Jr.

It is profoundly disappointing that Netflix and your clients have chosen to disregard the extreme danger they are knowingly

Barbara Boxer

I'm not Muslim. I'm not Mexican. I'm not black. I'm not gay or I'm not transgender. But I know this country is based on inclusiveness, on welcoming people, on loving people that are not like you, on not worrying about how something impacts your life personally, but how it impacts all the people around you and all the people that aren't around

Barbara Boxer

I'm at a place in my life where I'm, like, wow, I want to do everything I can to make sure that I'm responsible so that I don't ever look back at this time and think, Why the (expletive) was I sitting there on my bed? Why didn't I do anything?feedback

Barbara Boxer

My heart's on the floor. A lot of us are on the ground right now. But I have lived a little bit longer than you and the audience here, and I have learned how painful politics can be. But that doesn't mean you run away. It means you pick yourself up, as the president said, and you fight even harder for your country, because it's

Jim Cramer

Whether it be the imminent decision by Amazon to go into drug stores – those stocks indicate a very near-term threat – or the multiple price target increases for Netflix after that barn-burner of a quarter or a terrific new Google phone to rival Apple, there's always something going on with these

Jim Cramer

Here's the issue in a nutshell: when everyone expects the numbers to be phenomenal, it's very difficult to blow people away, no matter how excellent the quarter really is. And make no mistake, this was an absolutely fabulous quarter. Not perfect, but really, really great with even better

Jim Cramer

I'm not asking for there to be a suspension of rigor – which is at times the case with Tesla. I'm not asking for 100 percent rigor and no pizazz, which often can be the case with dry subjects like insurance or banking. I just think a little fun injects confidence into the proceedings, and in a world that lacks confidence, it's nice to hear it in a CEO's voice every now and then. It makes you feel more confident yourself, so if a stock gets hammered, like Netflix was today, you know that you should buy it into

Jim Cramer

Here's something you never hear from anyone: Maybe stocks are cheaper than we think. When we see gigantic Dow Jones components jumping like small capitalization stocks, which helped the venerable index trade through 23,000 at one point today ... we do know that something real is

Jim Cramer

Netflix's stock may have sold off a bit today, but don't take that as an indictment of the

Jim Cramer

That's some amazing, turbo-charged growth. Yet when you look at Johnson & Johnson's price-to-earnings multiple, which is how we compare companies on an apples-to-apples basis ... this stock sells for just 18 times next year's earnings

Jim Cramer

Remember, these declines tend not to last very long in this market if the companies behind them are growing like weeds, as this one is, and the analysts who recommended it before will reiterate their buys with raised price targets – in fact, that process has already started. In a few days, buyers will swarm back to the stock, which I believe is worth a lot more than its current market cap because of the vision, the artificial intelligence – they know what you want – and the fact that Netflix is one of the great bargains of our

Ajeet Singh - Nutanix

We believe that the future belongs to ease of access of data, and we look at big data not as a visualization problem, but really, as a human scale

Reed Hastings - Netflix

Disney is a great brand with great content but internationally we only have it in the Netherlands, Australia and Canada. You saw how big our international growth was in most of the world without the Disney content. So although it's got an enormously significant brand, in terms of its significance relative to growth, you can see that we've done very well in international without

Robert Pavlik

My view is it may take several days or a couple of weeks before it can sustain a level above 23,000. Right now, we're contending with earnings season, and the fact that the market has run up, leading up to the earnings

Ted Sarandos - Netflix

There are three different films released this quarter, that if viewing was buying a movie ticket, would be of sizable successes in Death Note, Naked, and To the

Bill Nygren

I don't see the excitement typical at market peaks. We're still finding stocks to

Bill Nygren

We're owning this because we think they can improve earnings not because of the

Mark Mahaney

They're able to grow with or without Disney in a lot of international

Mark Mahaney

If (Amazon) really pivots and want to go after Netflix and offer a stand-alone streaming subscription business for $7 a month, that would be Amazon-esque and that would cut at Netflix. But I don't think Amazon wants to do

John Janedis - Jefferies

We expect the business will remain cash flow negative for several years, largely driven by significant cash spend on original

Theodore Sarandos - Netflix

It's exciting that everyone is trying to make over-the-top television better and better, and I think that is good for all of us. We just have to focus on creating content that our members can't live without and get excited about every

Stephen Ju - Credit Suisse Group

It does appear that Netflix will roll out to the relevant markets at one time, which does raise our revenue estimates for 2018. This is offset by increased content acquisition spend expectations of between $10.9-$12.4b next year, ... We remain on the sidelines on balanced risk/reward and maintain our neutral

Jim Cramer

The overall unbelievable theme of the analysts – even though they all raise price targets – is how long can this go on? I point out it can keep going on because it's an $80 billion company that represents the only international TV network worth $100 billion. Let the traders knock it down and long knives be out and then pick it

Benjamin Swinburne - Morgan Stanley & Co. International

Proven success in the US and initial int'l markets provides a roadmap to success in new markets, and scale should allow NFLX to leverage content investments and drive

Heath Terry - Goldman Sachs Group

While the projection for 'many years' of continued cash burn and a premium valuation raises the risk profile, with a widening content moat, a growing distribution ecosystem and expanding addressable base, we believe that Netflix is building an unmatchable global entertainment

Michael Olson - Piper Jaffray

Netflix is the leader in a category that contains massive multi-year growth potential. There will be increasing competition and unforeseen hurdles along the way, but we think Netflix has reached 'escape

Benjamin Swinburne - Morgan Stanley & Co. International

More members combined with more revenues following the recent price increases deepen the moat around this

Steven Frankel

We don't see anything on the near-term horizon that is likely to materially slow this

Quincy Krosby - Prudential Financial

That top line is very important for the market because that really is the indication for demand – demand for that company, demand for the sector and it is both global and

Richard Plepler - HBO

We're going to spend what we need to spend to spend to make sure we are creating outstanding programming, curating in a way that our brand continues to stand for

Frank Grillo

Playing with her in the car, knowing it might be the last time I see her, it was emotional. I watched the movie that I'm in and I get emotional in that scene because it brings me back to my

Doug Anmuth - JPMorgan Chase & Co

We think there will only be modest negative impact on churn and overall gross adds given the price increase is happening around a very strong content and favorable seasonal

AB Mendez - Frost Investment Advisors

If they were to announce a weaker subscriber guidance (for next quarter), the subscription prices will probably be a blip on the

AB Mendez - Frost Investment Advisors

They're demonstrating the algorithm (to create content using data) they have put forth to investors is

AB Mendez - Frost Investment Advisors

I think the company has shown a higher ceiling towards continued subscriber growth in the

Jim Cramer

When I look at Netflix and I look at their scalable model, obviously people continue to think, How could this company only be valued at $80 billion if it's going to be your worldwide cord cutting play?feedback

Jim Cramer

Which leads me to believe that it'll either be up really big tonight or it'll be down a little bit and be up really big

Bruce Bittles - Robert W. Baird & Co.

The support for the market is centered on improving economic conditions worldwide and on growing expectations for tax relief. From a flow of funds perspective, tax reform is expected to allow for the return of overseas profits estimated at being more than $2 trillion. The money from overseas could provide capital for stock

Donald J. Trump

Since Election Day on November 8, the Stock Market is up more than 25%, unemployment is at a 17 year low & companies are coming back to U.S. The U.S. has gained more than 5.2 trillion dollars in Stock Market Value since Election Day! Also, record business

Sheena Sauvaire - Topshop

We're always thinking about how we can create an experience. Stranger Things has cultural relevance and its very much a part of the

Sheena Sauvaire - Topshop

Pop culture is rooted in our brand so that's why this felt right. Fashion has now moved beyond it's more immediate creative

Jim Cramer

My prediction is that when Netflix reports after the close, the stock will either go up instantly by a huge amount or go up over time after a dip, because I think this company is worth more than its current $86 billion market cap. Granted, Netflix the stock is no bargain on earnings. But as we've seen over and over and over again, the earnings are the wrong way to judge a company like this one that's trying to take over the world and is succeeding pretty much everywhere it

Kate del Castillo

The light at the end of the tunnel is called, MY TRUTH. For me, [this project] is very important because I need to tell my truth. I need to clean my name. It has been

Ernie Cecilia

We've had three good quarters in a row for earnings, if you go back to the fourth quarter of 2016. Last quarter, we also saw an improvement in revenue growth as it moved ahead of its long-term trend, which is a

Nick Raich

Our early read on the overall results remains positive with 87% of the early 3Q 2017 reporters beating EPS

Heath Terry - Goldman Sachs Group

We believe consensus subscriber estimates for Netflix ahead of Monday's earnings remain too low, particularly for the quarter, 4Q, and beyond. As we wrote at the beginning of the year, content remains the primary driver of subscriber growth and engagement (and the pricing power that comes with it).feedback

Kyle Dixon

[The Duffer Brothers] were like, Make it scary as fuck … We want to scare the shit out of some little kids ... and

Kyle Dixon

They made a little mock trailer to pitch their concept to Netflix, and they had [our] song 'Dirge' in there. They were like, Oh, shit. That works pretty well for the trailer. It kind of got the vibe

Todd Juenger

For anyone who still questions whether Netflix has pricing power. How many businesses can you name that have done that?feedback

Todd Juenger

Looking at the history of past Netflix price increases, the impact on the pace of net sub additions has not been severe, and has been decidedly temporary – and we believe the Netflix service is even stronger and more entrenched now. We believe this price increase, sooner than expected, shows Netflix management has reason to be confident in their sub trajectory and price

Michael Morris - Guggenheim Partners

Our updated outlook reflects our increased caution toward pay-TV ecosystem trends and concern that investor expectations for the financial contribution from the company's content cycle are too high. While we are optimistic that the company's proposed direct-to-consumer video products will create long-term value, we expect the initial investment and long lead time into the launch of the Disney-branded offering will weigh on sentiment over the next 12

Rob Sanderson

Over the past several years, Q3 has been a difficult quarter for management to predict and has missed guidance multiple times. This year we think the Q2 upside was appropriately weighted as a demand pull-forward and the Q3 content slate performed better than was contemplated in

Brian Kinstlinger - Maxim Group

With the undeniable value proposition for moviegoers, and as more than 37 million people see at least one movie per month, we believe that estimate could prove

Corie Wright - Netflix

We have not made any deals about taxes. Our investment was approved under the Investment Canada Act. No tax deals were part of the approval to launch our new Canadian presence. Netflix follows tax laws everywhere we operate. Under Canadian law, foreign online services like Netflix aren't required to collect and remit sales

Kate del Castillo

We didn't now anything. We didn't know what was going to happen or where we were going. I got out of the car. I knew it was him. El Chapo sat right next to me. I was

Federico Palomba

It's a source of pride that Juventus is the first football club to be the subject of a Netflix Original Docuseries. Collaborations of this kind confirm our passion for innovation and being, in every sense, a sport entertainment brand. In this way, we are determined to reach Bianconeri fans across the world and millions of Netflix users, who thanks to this docuseries can get to know Juventus from every

Annie Sulzberger

The Churchill Estate refused to give us any permission to use any of his words without reading every single word that we had written. Every script, regardless of whether or not he was in

Annie Sulzberger

Even things like the King's eulogy we had to rewrite, which you would think would be publicly

Annie Sulzberger

That was covered by a publisher and it was so complicated to try and track down who owned the copyright ot the letters themselves. So we decided that we'd just put it aside and rewrite, very close. We wrote in the same tone but we didn't use the

Annie Sulzberger

For the Duke of Windsor's letters, most of the problems came because reprinting material is

Annie Sulzberger

We decided that was an inappropriate relationship to have, and we would just go ahead and

Jonathan Taplin

The life of any of the independents today is very tough, given the amount of cash that Amazon and Netflix and the others have to throw around. It's a real tough road, with Harvey or without

Scott DeVitt - Stifel

Since the most value-conscious consumers will not see their plan increase in price, the members most likely to cancel will have no reason

Edward Yardeni

If Trump delivers on deregulation and on tax cuts, smaller corporations might benefit more than larger

Peter Boockvar - The Lindsey Group

I think this is a continuation of what we've seen recently. The path of least resistance remains higher until proven

Doug Anmuth - JPMorgan Chase & Co

We believe this is also a positive read-through for 3Q subs as NFLX is more likely to raise prices from a position of

Doug Anmuth - JPMorgan Chase & Co

We think there will be minimal negative impact on churn and overall gross adds given content strength and the continued disruption of linear

Amy Gallo - Harvard Business Review

Having a financial buffer will make it more likely that when you find something meaningful, you'll be able to act on

Paul Holland - Foundation Capital

Foundation Capital has invested in about 200 companies over the course of our history. Netflix is on the way to actually equaling or exceeding the value of all the other 199 companies we've invested in in that time

John Janedis - Jefferies

While Disney has less ad exposure than many of its peers, ESPN ratings for its non-live sports programming remains under pressure, and the outlook for the auto/prescription drugs (~30% of ESPN adv.) categories in F18 is

Rich Greenfield - BTIG Research

If you can offer talent the same level of fame and exposure and pay them the same–if not more–than they get elsewhere, you can get access to anybody. There are no barriers

Marlee Tart - Netflix

In order to do Japanese subtitles well, we have had to invest a significant amount of time in subtitle standardization work. This effort is ongoing, and we hope to have a single, global subtitle standard by the end of

Marlee Tart - Netflix

The tools were easily addressed in our engineering team, and we have built a highly scaled pipeline for ingesting and processing subtitles, and detecting a wide range of

Colin Decker - Crunchyroll

Official subtitling was a little more assembly line. Cranked out. And fans said accuracy matters. The medium drew them in to strive to understand the foreign culture, which raised the bar on the quality of the

Colin Decker - Crunchyroll

Anime is a unique medium, an art form in and of itself. Japanese artists have a different philosophy of animating; motion is not as important as composition and framing. And the soundtrack, in the original, is crucial. The interplay between visual fields and stillness and silence is really important. You can't really preserve that with a dubbed

Mark Mahaney

This price increase will likely be a revenue growth catalyst for the company. The content, not price, is the leading churn/churn-back factor amongst Netflix

Todd Gordon

Prices are going up on Netflix, and so is the price of the

Doug Mitchelson - UBS

Based on the lackluster stock performance this quarter and investor expectations for an in-line quarter, we see near-term upside to shares if our analysis proves accurate. A strong third quarter performance this year without a big content release slate or new market launch should increase investor confidence in the size of the ultimate total addressable market, Netflix's potential marketshare and its speed in getting

Richard Plepler - HBO

There is a surfeit of content out there. Some of it's very good. Some of it's mediocre. Some of it's not so good. And I think what our brand reflects, and what it has always reflected, is that when you come inside HBO you're going to see something that stands for

Amy Schumer

I am only alarmed by the people printing their organized trolling as 'news.' [T]his is what the current administration

Cindy Holland - Netflix

The story is still ongoing, so you will see new episodes coming sometime this year as this story continues to unfold. We don't know when for sure new episodes will be

Richard Plepler - HBO

More is not better, only better is better. It is very hard to create outstanding content, and we think we have a good record of doing that very very well. We're not trying to create the most, we're trying to create excellence across our categories -- and we have more than the resources necessary to do

Jane Fonda

Bob Redford and I started working together in our 20s. People who know my history with Bob, and most popularly Barefoot in the Park, are very fond of the idea of the two of us together again. This is our fourth movie together and now he's 80 and I'm 79, and I thought, That's pretty cool, who would've thought?feedback

Jessica Beniquez

People would come up to me at the gym and say, Wow, congratulations – you've come such a long

Jessica Beniquez

I never expected to be where I am today. I was shy, but now I have so much more confidence, I have so much more energy. Before it took me 20 minutes to walk a mile and now I can run 5 miles in under 50 minutes…It's crazy the things I can do now that I couldn't do

Jessica Beniquez

I was about to start a whole other series on Netflix, and I was like, I don't want to do this anymore.' I didn't want to sit in bed and do nothing. I felt so lazy. I didn't even hang out with my friends. It kept me accountable when people would be like, You can do it,' . I wanted to show them that I could do it, and they can,

Jessica Beniquez

I procrastinated because I was nervous what to do in the gym. I didn't want people to look at me. It's embarrassing when you're young and really big. Walking through a gym, you see a lot of fit people and I was super intimated by that. But once I got the gym membership I exercised every single day for an hour, then eventually it turned into an hour and a half, and now I'm at two hours maybe

Jim Cramer

When it's just FANG, Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google, now Alphabet, it's too narrow and it's almost zero-sum, which is the opposite of a well-composed rally that has

Fred Hickey

Some FANG stocks such as Amazon and Google/Alphabet have seen weakness before but usually it's been company-specific and not broad-based. Typically, Facebook and Netflix have held firm. Not today. Something looks to have

Fred Hickey

When the QEs were announced by the Fed, stocks jumped across the board before the actual buying occurred. We may be seeing the reverse happen following Wednesday's Fed meeting when they announced QT [quantitative tapering].feedback

Jeff Franklin

Personally, I've given up asking them. The door is open, but I'm not going to be calling them anymore to invite them. They just don't seem interested in coming. It's been three years of invitations, so they know the door is open. It's up to them to decide if they want to come play or

Cheryl Burke

He's such a great guy. He's so normal, considering we're in this crazy business. It's so nice to be able to come home to him and turn Netflix on and order Postmates. He's someone I definitely do see spending the rest of my life

Neil Genzlinger

Mr. Browder was 16 in 2010 when the police picked him up in the Bronx on suspicion of stealing a backpack, an accusation he consistently denied. That began a nightmare that landed him on Rikers Island, a wretched jail complex where violence was a fact of life, but where he was also subjected to cruelly long stretches of solitary

Lady Gaga

I saw this film for the first time with everyone in the Princess of Wales Theatre at the Toronto International Film

Lady Gaga

I wrote Joanne to help understand my physical and emotional pain through my family's history of the death of my aunt at a young age in 1974 of the autoimmune diseaselLupus. I wrote Joanne to heal me and find the strength to power through everything, with the determination I learned from my Italian Immigrant

Lady Gaga

Yet I am so humbled by the side of family that breeds love from the world, the voice I've been given by my fans to spread messages of empowerment and equality, the fortunate life it's brought to me and my family and how we can now give to others in need. I'm just a girl trying to become a woman, who loves to write music, to sing, to play piano, guitar, dance, perform, and act. A girl who loves her fans and wants them to grow with her, as we symbiotically empower one another to be braver and

Jodie Sweetin

And I was like, Oh baby I'm not super famous,' and she goes, All my friends know who you are.' She was like whispering this to me. She's like, All my friends know who you are, you're really famous, mommy.' It was really cute. I was like, Yeah, just pick out the potato chips, let's

Kevin Lane Keller

That's the way companies should be thinking about literally everything they do, and legal is no different than customer

Ira Nathenson

IP law, both copyright and trademark, is filled with examples of IP owners who made overreaching claims and got smacked down in court, sometimes having to pay their opponents' attorneys' fees. You can't really say whether the Netflix case is one of these cases, but perhaps that's one of the things Netflix was concerned about: 'Let's be nice–let's try to get them to shut it

Natasha Lyonne

So excited to get cracking with the intensely brilliant Leslye Headland, the GOAT with a heart of gold Amy Poehler, and Netflix, the safe haven I've been searching for since the Eighties. Deeply moved to work with such heavy hitters and to share our show with the

Jimmy Kimmel

Young Billy made his first visit to our office today. He's juggling. He's translating Flaubert from French into English. No – he smiles. That's pretty much it. He is very interested in ceiling fans. He likes those a lot. I could get him to pay the same amount for Netflix just to watch ceiling

Justin Simien

Whenever a new network starts, they look for the novel, they look for the new, they look for the unheard voices. And when Netflix, Amazon, Hulu and all these places opened up, we were just really ready for that

Mark Mahaney

Netflix has achieved a level of sustainable scale, growth, and profitability that isn't currently reflected in its stock price. In its oldest International markets, it appears [to] be scaling to profitability just as quickly as the U.S. market did. We believe these results highlight that Netflix's foray into Brazil has met with strong success so far. We also believe that this illustrates the potential for Netflix to reach material (~30%) penetration levels in multiple International

Mark Mahaney

The results were again overwhelmingly positive… So positive that we'd caveat that there is likely sample bias occurring within the results, given that the respondents to this survey are likely active Internet users who are more likely to subscribe to Netflix in the first

Daisy Coleman - Netflix

The bullying was really intense because it didn't just end at school. When I would go home, it would be all over the internet. These people are able to say a lot crueler of things because it's such a dehumanized way of speaking … a lot of things affected how I looked at myself and my idea of

Michael Olson - Piper Jaffray

Our 2020 year-end subscriber estimate of 164 million worldwide assumes 64 percent domestic and 19 percent international share of broadband subscribers (excludes China from addressable base). While this level of penetration (domestically) is higher than most comparative subscription entertainment products, we believe the content/value ratio offered by Netflix is, and will continue to be, higher than other relevant comparative

Michael Olson - Piper Jaffray

We believe Netflix is well positioned to have over 100 million international subscribers by 2020, along with ongoing operating margin expansion as the company spreads content and marketing spend over a growing installed

Paul Verna - eMarketer

I think there is more storytelling going on. It's just the delivery mechanism is

Paul Verna - eMarketer

People still love one-hour dramas and half-hour sitcoms and news and sports. That hasn't changed at

Bruce Miller

There's nothing old hat about making drama at

Charlie Brooker

I'd like to thank everyone at Netflix for being supportive and smart and funny. I'd like to thank our wonderful cast, Gugu and Mackenzie. Thank you very much, I'm shocked – I'm going to go melt this down for gold. I've heard 2017 described as like being trapped in one long un-ending Black Mirror episode, but if I'd written it it wouldn't be quite so on the nose, with all the Nazis and hate. San Junipero was a story about love, and love will defeat hate. Love will win, but it might need a bit of

Charlie Brooker

I was worried about it when writing it, because I've not really written a romance before. San Junipero was the first one I wrote for the Netflix season, and I was consciously trying to clear the decks on what Black Mirror was. And the world is in a place at the moment where I think maybe people appreciate things that aren't so unremittingly

Richard Licata

In a crowded environment that's a very valuable message to the creative community. If you can attract the best creative people it furthers your chances of getting to the

Richard Licata

It's like Ringling Bros. bringing the elephants down Eighth Avenue. All the networks had to get much more creative to stay in the game or get into

Robert Greenblatt

I know the general consensus for a while has been that the broadcast networks are aging dinosaurs just getting closer to

Craig Erwich

We have multiple constituencies and we're selling to all of them at any given point. What you're working toward isn't just an Emmy nomination but overhearing someone in line at Starbucks talking about the show, or seeing 'Saturday Night Live' doing a parody of 'Handmaid's

Melissa Rosenberg

Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and the like are really putting their money where their mouth is. They're paying creators, extraordinary actors, and for the budgets of shows equal or better than basic cable or network

Peter Csathy

Traditional media companies are scrambling, saying: 'How do we beat back so much money being thrown at TV?'. The challenge is about compelling storytelling and keeping talent amid those

Peter Csathy

Everyone is looking for a tent-pole show so that they can scream loud and proud to bring audiences and keep them

Chris Evenden

We've been building an infrastructure both from a product and a marketing perspective so we can move our slate across to new platforms, and we can move with our games across to new platforms as well. So all of these things, we've been working on for five or more years now, actually. And we think in the next couple of years, you'll see some major technological announcements that will prove to be commercially significant in the next three to five

Chris Evenden

The commercial details have to be worked out, but whatever number it ends up at is very much less than $460. So that extends your market, because all you need locally is literally a smart

Chris Evenden

Right now if you want to play FIFA in the United States, it will cost you $

Chris Evenden

You have to buy the game; you have to buy the console. In a streaming world, it could be $9.99 a

Chris Evenden

But I think it's inevitable that the gaming entertainment world will move in much the same way that the music and video entertainment worlds have already moved, in the sense that people have moved from an ownership model to an access

Chris Evenden

That infrastructure barrier is still there, but it's shrinking very

Jodie Sweetin

Now, I don't have a TV. I have like Netflix and HBO GO, but I don't have regular TV, so it's never on in my house. My kids watch it, like at their dad's house, or on the iPads. But I don't know that I've ever watched it. I watch

Jodie Sweetin

I have to be honest. I don't know that I've ever watched an entire episode of Full House. Not sat down for an entire

Lady Gaga

You have to go to that broken place of your heart to write

Sam Chaudwary - ClassDojo

We need to change the classroom model. Effectiveness, not

Jerry Ramirez

Aside from the technical difficulties–sometimes there's a problem or the book crashes and the professor doesn't know what to do–I'd say people like the shift. What's crazy is that I look at underclassmen and some students have never known anything else. It's interesting to see that difference, even over the four years I've been

David France

Almost single-handedly, Marsha P. Johnson and her best friend, Sylvia Rivera, touched off a revolution in the way we talk about gender today. Their names should be household words. But Marsha's life was cut tragically short and Sylvia died shortly thereafter, the victim of a broken

David France

Getting to know their story through the investigation undertaken by Victoria Cruz, a seminal activist in her own right, has been one of the great honors of my career. Now, with Netflix as our distribution partner, I am confident the legacy of these tremendous women will never be

Loung Ung

They really were wonderful. I mean it was so important for Mad, he's so used to being a big brother to all the siblings that when he was on the set it was a natural transition for him to just be big brother to everybody else. It was lovely, I loved

Jim Cramer

Netflix always does well when people are shut in. It's as much of a storm play as Amazon, which gets new Prime members when local stores are closed for inclement

Jack Gould

The fatal flaw in the Emmy awards is the academy's pathetic yearning to be liked at any price, to revise its systems of awards to meet whatever may be the latest wave of criticism. An unmitigated

Tom O'Neil

The radical infusion of new blood in the Emmy race is largely due to the huge impact that streaming services are having on TV. There's tons of outrageous examples you can point to. Lindsay Wagner won Best Dramatic Actress for 'The Bionic Woman'! The Emmys pick what they

Tim Westcott - IHS

It really depends on what Apple's ambitions are, but as Netflix has shown, you don't really need to own studios to accumulate a library of intellectual property. You just need to make the right creative decisions and be prepared to take risks by fully funding new

James Farrell -

Now more than half our new customers are coming from the video service . . . and the Amazon universe is pretty fantastic once you get

Sushilkumar Agrawal

Piracy is a big problem but you have to live with it. We're not going to go into the street and fight with people, and this is at the bottom of the police's list of priorities. Amazon are paying good money to the content owners – and they're going for new productions, so we have the opportunity to produce more and more content for

Lady Gaga

I'm going to fight like [expletive] hell for them to [expletive] like

Walter Piecyk - BTIG Research

T-Mobile is in an enviable position for the future communications landscape by building the bundle from scratch, without having to sustain legacy businesses that are in structural decline. Netflix is in a similarly enviable position, which makes them obvious and high profile partners. The communications landscape is changing and T-Mobile is not sitting still waiting for a merger that may or may not

Angelina Jolie - United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

I've taken over a year off now, because of my family situation, to take care of my kids. I look forward to having some fun with

Robert Kyncl - YouTube

I don't think we are trying to copy Netflix: We are who we are. We are really comfortable with our identity as the open platform, and our subscription service is about offering more choice, more content for the users and more high-value users for our creators. But we are anchoring off the people who have become huge on YouTube, the 'streampunks' we describe in the book, and they produce higher level programming with us, with our money and

John Legere

This is not something Netflix is giving us for free. We're taking care of your Netflix bill for

Claire Foy

The Golden Globes were really weird–absolutely amazing, but strange, because suddenly, without me knowing, while I've been busy working, people felt like I belonged in that room. And I'd be like, No, you don't understand. I haven't changed, it's still just me.' There was definitely a moment after the awards where I needed to be alone in a dark room to try to understand what's happening. I never got that moment. I got a martini and cracked

Claire Foy

I would hate the idea of her watching it. When you're playing a real person, you never want to be ghoulish. I don't want to pick apart a person. I want to invent someone. So I would hate for her to watch it and think I overdramatized

Claire Foy

I'm in massive denial. I don't feel like it's over. I'm waiting for it to hit me at some point that this stage of my life is finished, but it hasn't happened

Marci Ryvicker

We like the entry point for DIS even if we're early … We view the risk/reward as heavily skewed to the upside. We continue to believe Disney is a premium brand with one of the best management teams in

Marci Ryvicker

With Disney's foray into direct-to-consumer (DTC) streaming, we can't help but believe the TV ecosystem will soon embark on an accelerated over-the-top (OTT) path. Thus, investors may need to start thinking about increasing exposure to those media cos. with solid streaming strategies, such as …

Robert Collignon

I have to get Netflix DVDs in the mail. That's basically the evening entertainment. That and cooking. It's lonely at times, for

MaryLeigh Bliss - Ypulse

Think of the platforms these generations are on – Netflix, Spotify – where they create playlists and watch shows specifically for them. In the food industry, we've had the 'Chipotlification' of food with all these fast-casual chains taking inspiration from building your

Miguel Angel Silvestre

It has a strong and very raw scene, . It seems like [it wasn't] real, but it was. When I read [the script], I got a big

Javier Cámara

[They] are fascinating characters. Intelligence with evil always draws lots of

Pedro Pascal

The story of Cali [Cartel] is very interesting because I knew less of what went down. [They] were the kings of the cocaine industry, they had more money and more power than Escobar. In the third season [my character] is in a new position with different

Jim Cramer

I keep waiting for another player to have an answer to Amazon. There isn't one. Classic, value-oriented investors don't like the style of Netflix; too unorthodox, too showboat. But I don't care how a player acts off the field. Netflix is on a whole 'nother plane, a winner which consistently breaks out when you least expect it

Chace Crawford

It's so weird how the same demographic has been frozen in time. Fourteen- to 20-year-olds still come up to me freaking out and it's because they binge [the show] on

Todd Juenger

We believe gaining on-going and future relationships for exclusive content from star creators such as Rhimes/Letterman/Lorre/Kohan, while losing a handful of Disney movies, is a net positive. The only plausible reason this topic has caused such a commotion for NFLX stock (other than a poor understanding of the facts) is the theory that this is just the start of a huge wave of Hollywood studios pulling their content. We don't think they will (Disney isn't, other than a portion movie output), and we don't think it would matter much if they did. It's too

Todd Juenger

Almost all of Netflix's future growth will come from international … Investors who were already skeptical (or bullish) on int'l growth will remain so – but Disney's U.S. non-renewal should have no effect on that view. In the U.S., recent news flow has, if anything, made us more

Barrie Gunter

These spikes may have been caused by repeated exposure to the fashion trends on-screen, sometimes as a result of binge-watching, strengthening long term memory of items, in turn, affecting what you want to

Jerry Seinfeld

Would I have been funnier if I grew up in Peoria in a whore house raised by prostitutes? Absolutely. But this is what I had to work

Jerry Seinfeld

My parents didn't even know our names! They were ignorant; they were negligent; we grew up like wild dogs in the Sixties. No helmets, no seatbelts, no restraints!feedback

John Landgraf

[The business] is in the late stage of a bubble. We're seeing a desperate scrum ... there is simply too much

Ted Sarandos - Netflix

Every one of our creative executives has buying power. They can greenlight a big-budget show in the room without me. I don't think we compete with Amazon in the movie space at all. I frankly don't understand their strategy. I don't understand why perpetuating a model that feels more and more disconnected with the population is

Alberto Barbera

We simply cannot ignore this phenomenon. Most contemporary film-makers are going to Amazon and Netflix with projects. If a film-maker accepts the new rules of the game, I don't see why a festival shouldn't do the

Edmund Lee - Re/Code

Now with Netflix and Hulu and Amazon and all these other players, and Apple coming into the fray, you're not going to watch all that stuff. There's going to be different audiences for different shows. That's what we are seeing. There's a bit of a fracturing of the

Charlie Brooker

Netflix is an ideal home for Black Mirror. It's an anthology show, so you can watch it whenever; and it's on a streaming service, which is a disruptive technological agent. What we have done, however, is give the series a bit more variety. We didn't want it to be just six more episodes of, you know, a guy downloads an app and his life is

Claire Foy

I live in London and I have a child, so getting on a transatlantic flight and having my hair and makeup done and getting to wear a beautiful dress and have a night out is amazing. It'll be magic – aside from the jet lag!feedback

Emily Martin

Demonstrating that [your] responsibilities and the workplace skills required, as well as the demands placed on you are in line with your male counterparts proves that your salary matters. Focusing on the ways in which the job is equivalent and the skills and demands on the job are equivalent is key to making the case that the compensation needs to be equivalent,

Chris Moukarbel

I had a rare opportunity to create a portrait of an artist with such an open heart and mind. I feel really lucky that Gaga trusted me and my

Michael Olson - Piper Jaffray

If anyone can do it from a content perspective, it's probably them, because of their unique brand awareness. But they're coming from way

Doug Creutz - Cowen Group

Disney makes a lot of amazing content, and no one can replicate it. But they're putting a significant revenue stream at risk. If they succeed, they'll capture all the revenue, but may accelerate disrupting the cable bundle. And it may not succeed. Fifteen percent of a big number is a lot better than 100 percent of

Michael Olson - Piper Jaffray

Anyone who wants to compete directly with Netflix or the full spectrum of competitors who are getting into this space had better be ready for a long, hard fight and have very deep pockets. They have the money to spend on content, and they already have huge direct-to-consumer user bases and traffic. Disney served its

Jim Cramer

As Moreno sees it, the weakness in Netflix has been weighing on the rest of the FANG cohort. Here's the bottom line: the charts, as interpreted by Moreno, suggest that this market may have gotten ahead of itself. Sooner or later, he thinks there will be a day of reckoning, and some butterfly is going to take flight and hurt the whole market. It's going to bring down some large-cap stocks. I think Moreno might be too pessimistic, but you know what? After looking at this, I figured no one's ever gotten hurt taking a little off the table and being a little more cautious after a big up

Jim Cramer

Moreno points out that the real, market-cap weighted version of this index is about 4 percent higher than the equal-weighted version. In short, in the past, FANG stocks like Netflix have given the entire index a real boost. But that's what he's concerned

Jim Cramer

You've heard this before: Lorenz noticed that small changes in initial weather calculations could have gigantic effects on the final results. This is not just about the weather, Watson. It applies to any complex system, including the stock market. In short, small causes can have large effects. Hence the analogy: a butterfly flaps its wings in Asia and that little movement of air ultimately causes a hurricane on the other side of the

Jim Cramer

Obviously, Netflix alone can't crush the whole market, but you get the point. It could it be the catalyst that starts a chain reaction of selling and sends us all reeling. This is August, stranger things have

Yance Ford

I look forward to having a lot of really vigorous conversations about the film, and I welcome them

Ross Duffer

We're thinking it will be a four-season thing and then out. They're going to have to get the f--- out of this town! It's ridiculous!feedback

Jim Cramer

But this is what I mean about August. The fact is ... there's nothing really going on at Facebook, and nothing at Apple, Amazon, Netflix [or] Alphabet. They remain dominant in their industries, as dominant as they were when they reported their

Cara Buono

She is so vibrant and so mature and I love her to death. I just think she's one of the most intelligent, lovely young women. [Fame] really has not changed her. She's just herself, but now more of the world knows who she

Daniel Kasman

It can be something that touches you, expand your mind or show you new places or new stories you've never thought of before. It might be something that makes you laugh. It might be a classic and a favorite of

Scott Dickey

We knew video was coming and it was coming fast and furious. We had a really unique environment at TEN where our core business was declining … We had to place bets and we had to place bets

Matt Faure

I'm more impressed by somebody who reaches back and takes some of the older and more obscure

Chris Vollmer - PricewaterhouseCoopers

Fans feel they can go deeper in contrast to a big service, whether that's a broadcast network or a mass-market subscription video service that's trying to have something for

David Letterman

I feel excited and lucky to be working on this project for Netflix. Here's what I have learned: if you retire to spend more time with your family, check with your family first. Thanks for watching, drive

Ted Sarandos - Netflix

Just meeting David Letterman was a thrill. Imagine how exciting it is for me to announce that we will be working together. David Letterman is a true television icon, and I can't wait to see him out in the wild, out from behind the desk and interviewing the people he finds most interesting. We'll have to see if he keeps the

David Letterman

I'm new to California and I thought 'I guess. I guess this is what you do,' . And I said, Oh, it's minty flavored

Howard Stern

We didn't even have any regard for what someone might lace that thing with or spray all over

Ted Sarandos - Netflix

There have been many of them. A lot of times, it's not the reflection of the show–it's just timing. It wasn't in the creative form that it is

Jonathan Friedland

Our view is that it is a dangerous precedent to start taxing Internet apps and websites using laws intended for utilities like water and

John Buhl

When you see the sales tax base dwindling like this, it is understandable for lawmakers to get together and say, Is there a way that we can expand this?feedback

Dustin Brighton

States are increasingly looking to raise revenue, but these efforts must be both lawful and not discriminate against any one

Steve Kranz - McDermott Will & Emery

We are at the very beginning of a trend where local governments begin evaluating their policy vis á vis digital

Ted Farnsworth - Helios And Matheson Analytics

It reminds Mitch of when Blockbuster Video said Netflix would never survive, or RedBox would never make it. The big dinosaurs like AMC, they just have to understand that we're there to help them. We're here to bring people into the

Ted Farnsworth - Helios And Matheson Analytics

It's something that everybody understands. Everybody understands that from Spotify, or Netflix, or Hulu, or Amazon Prime, especially millennials. They grew up

Dylan Patel

There are some days where I want to come home from school after two or three tests and just hang out, watch some Netflix. But sometimes that's not

Ted Sarandos - Netflix

I don't think we compete with Amazon in the movie space at all. I frankly don't understand their strategy. I don't understand why perpetuating a model that feels more and more disconnected with the population is

Kim Sauder

It also erases accountability for autistic men. I cannot emphasize enough that sexism and misogyny are not inherent to autism and that autistic men who do exhibit such behavior should be challenged and held

Ted Sarandos - Netflix

Shonda Rhimes is one of the greatest storytellers in the history of television. Her work is gripping, inventive, pulse-pounding, heart-stopping, taboo-breaking television at its best. I've gotten the chance to know Shonda and she's a true Netflixer at heart – she loves TV and films, she cares passionately about her work, and she delivers for her audience. We're so excited to welcome her to

Ted Sarandos - Netflix

I would say that the relationship between studios and networks has always been that of a

Brad Paisley

They shoulda called it Beauty and the Beastiality. I mean, where I come from, that is. . .well, actually, it's ok. I'm from West

Channing Dungey

Shonda, Betsy and I started working together with the first episode of 'Grey's Anatomy' and those early days will forever remain one of the highlights of my professional life. We are happy to continue working with Shonda and her team at Shondaland on 'Grey's, Scandal, How to Get Away with Murder,' and the upcoming 'For the People' and 'Grey's' spinoff. I'm proud to have given a home to what have become some of the most celebrated and talked about shows on television. With the launch of a new season upon us, fans can rest assured that TGIT remains intact and will be as buzzed about as

Patrick Moran

We're so proud of the work we've done with Shonda and Betsy throughout our long and productive relationship. From the worldwide success of Grey's Anatomy to today, with five series ('Grey's Anatomy, Scandal, How To Get Away With Murder, For the People,' and the 'Grey's' spinoff), a pilot from Allan Heinberg and a number of projects in development, we will continue to shepherd that success together. The Shondaland imprint will always be an important part of ABC Studios and we wish them all the best in this new

Ted Sarandos - Netflix

We have continued to move up the food chain in terms of getting into the creation of content earlier. We want to give creators a place to stretch out their muscles and have the environment do the best work of their

Richard Broughton

Disney's new service is not positioned to compete directly with Netflix, but adds to the mix of options out there for consumers. Disney's move is more about developing new revenue streams than it is about building a Netflix-like

Shonda Rhimes

I'm thrilled by the idea of a world where I'm not caught in the necessary grind of network television, . Ted [Sarandos, Netflix's CEO] provides a clear, fearless space for creators at

John Bergmayer

The stranglehold of cable isn't broken yet – for most people it's hard to cut the cord – but these are all really good