Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) Customers can cancel their Netflix subscription at any time, which perhaps does good for getting people to try Netflix, but also adds risk. The risk that a portion of the customers gets bored in a particular month, quarter or year, because the content is not good enough, or a portion of the early adopters have "watched it all". So at what rate are customers saturated by the content? How many hours of content must be added per quarter so the customers don't come to a point where they have "watched it all"? How about in markets where Netflix offers less content than other markets? For example subscribers in Norway have much less available content than subscribers in America, how fast will the [insert nation/region] customers get saturated by the available content? When will we notice the saturation, next month, or five years from now? How long does it take to watch all the good stuff? Is good stuff being added quicker than people watch it?
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