Here's what every major Wall Street analyst is predicting for Netflix earnings after the bell

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Wall Street analysts have plenty of questions for Netflix when it reports fourth-quarter earnings after the bell on Tuesday.

It's the first of the so-called FAANG stocks — which includes Facebook, Amazon, Apple and Google — to do so.

Shares of Netflix have climbed more than 17% since the company's previous earnings report in October, despite an onslaught of streaming competition from the likes of Disney+ and the upcoming launch of NBCUniversal's Peacock.

Analysts will also be looking for updates on many other key issues surrounding the streaming giant, including content spending and subscriber, international and revenue growth.

Despite all that, expectations remain high.

Here's what else analysts are watching for with Netflix earnings:

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