Why Netflix Is Feeling Lucky

Why Netflix Is Feeling Lucky

With shares up by 200% over the last year, Netflix has investors feeling confident that its roughest days are behind it. And the company's management is acting just as self-assured lately. Netflix approved a second season of its original show Orange Is the New Black -- before introducing the first season to its 30 million subscriber base.

In the video below, Fool contributor Demitrios Kalogeropoulos discusses how Netflix's success in original content is affecting its business, and what investors can expect from the streamer going forward.

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