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Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said the company plans to stick to its tried-and-true strategy around binge-able content as the streaming wars continue to heat up.
In an interview with Variety on Friday, Hastings admitted that it's a "whole new world starting in November," when Apple is set to debut its Apple TV+ subscription service and Disney launches Disney+. A few months later NBCUniversal will debut its "Peacock" streaming service. And there are still Hulu and Amazon's Prime Video to compete with.
"It'll be tough competition," Hastings told Variety. "Direct-to-consumer [customers] will have a lot of choice."
Hastings said Netflix will continue to focus on producing original content, although it faces stiff competition in that arena as well. Netflix bid on the rights to the hit comedy series "Fleabag," but lost out to Amazon, he added.
His comments come as investors are increasingly zeroing in on Netflix's struggle to attract international users. In a note to clients on Friday, Evercore analysts said new app store data show international downloads have risen only 5% year over year, compared with 21% growth in July and August.
Netflix shares reacted to the note by sliding 5.5% on Friday. So far this year, the stock has lagged behind its peers in the technology space, including Facebook, Amazon, Apple and Google. Netflix shares have fallen 10% in one month and are down 30% from its highs.
Read the full interview with Variety here.
Disclosure: NBCUniversal is the parent company of NBC and CNBC.