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Arrested Development is making as long awaited comeback this weekend box you can only watch it on -- Netflix all of the fifteen new episodes will be released early Sunday morning joining us now is Ross -- -- He's Paula gone.
Holland on got it yet but it seems to me like this it's a revolution in progress because youngsters that I watched TV in ethnic.
Catholics not just not youngsters people were dumping their -- -- left and right in favor just going with Internet.
No offense I'm not sure you should be on this program iPod -- -- -- now business but that's honestly like what we're looking at a lot of people were like mom's gonna get all my TV on everything through the Internet.
And now Netflix is producing and painful this new series of directs yep and resurrecting -- -- rule -- -- yet.
Popular it's extremely popular especially with the people that talk about the follow on Twitter on their blogs people -- after the show and they've been calling for this to come back how much of the spending in the united it's up there I don't have the exact number but it's it's not cheap these are big stars.
What Netflix is doing -- is very Smart is now it's all about content they used to just stream other people's content now they're creating their own instead they -- Arrested Development but they also of house of cards.
Since a Netflix only series with Kevin Spacey.
Netflix support at 100 million dollars.
Into creating that series and it's done extremely well and you -- watch it.
Like you can you can binges at the correct aggression gives law without episode one and just keep on going throughout the day so they're gonna do -- Yes -- so I hope -- -- -- -- -- got us at the expense stick on that did authority -- its except that -- right but all right well it well a second Augusta financial questions about thank you and I think -- -- your course on LSU 225 dollars a share as of now for Netflix I know you look at that.
The financial side of things you like the stock at 225.
Here's the thing is that it's very risky because essentially you're dealing with each show that they release because they put such a big push against that.
You know might not be the critical hit -- the social hit that they wanted to be arrested is looking very good but.
There's no way to -- for the show premieres and people start reacting -- it all depends on how many new subscriber -- who -- like Arrested Development -- it will -- -- -- -- -- -- exactly exit and last quarter they had three million new subscribers a lot of that -- to have some parts and that success but how -- -- brought in three million part of -- and -- paying eight bucks a month that's -- as an extra cash -- what 24 point 5000 million dollars a month.
Really -- question.
That it but the thing is in this is with people don't realize that last quarter -- fantastic.
A huge chunk came from the dvd business I mean their reason this point 4% in the stock -- that there are big question marks about.
Making money on this stuff it's fantastic -- bring all these this series out.
So having said that you know I think decides this go to the higher but to your point you think the average investor should they be -- -- because -- volatility due to be -- -- -- -- I mean we've seen that over the history of the company name but I think.
What we're looking at here is look this is that show that's gonna get on a marketing push a ton of fans talking about it people are going to be very excited.
And they boarded hit you you offenses you'll get absolutely all right one last one wants to stop me.
If I do not have a Netflix subscription yeah borrowing the password -- someone who does you could.
But if you sign on while they're signed on that might you know there's there's a moral implication there -- like the morality yeah I've perish the thought that I'm saying.
-- -- -- You'll be back if you're not -- young -- thank you very much of this very thing I'm not.
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