Netflix Inc's plans to revive its slowing subscriber growth will be in focus when it reports second-quarter results on Tuesday, as lockdown binge-watching subsides and competition from Disney+ and HBO Max ramps up.
Netflix has forecast it would add just 1 million subscribers globally in the second quarter, a tenth of what it added a year ago when COVID-19 restrictions forced people to seek entertainment at home.
The streaming pioneer has also been losing market share to new services such as Disney+, Apple's Apple TV+, WarnerMedia's HBO Max and Comcast's Peacock. To be sure, the industry's overall subscriber growth has also slowed as the U.S. market saturates.
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