The business “plans to roll out the capacity, which Netflix acknowledged was in the early stages of development, for its swath of unscripted series and stand-up specials.”
Netflix is reportedly considering a live broadcast
This interactive material may also inspire Netflix subscribers to keep their subscriptions rather than canceling and resubscribing when something new and exciting comes out. You can binge-watch “Stranger Things” whenever you want; however, you cannot vote in a talent competition after it has ended.
Netflix could eventually combine livestreaming with a voting mechanism to allow fans to actively participate in competitive show. (This implies it may have the same level of involvement as shows like “American Idol,” which has been on the air for 20 years.)
Netflix is already considering other ways to boost its subscriber count—such as cracking down on password sharing and continuing to publish mobile games—so it would make sense for it to look into expanding its content catalog by introducing some kind of live programming.
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