Netflix saw its earnings grow but subscriber growth missed expectations just as the streaming company faces upcoming competition. Julia Boorstin breaks it all down for us.

Joining us on the show is Tuna Amobi, Senior Media & Entertainment Analyst at CFRA Research, who gives us is analysis on the latest numbers Netflix reported on its earnings.

In a note to clients on Thursday, Goldman Sachs analysts say Netflix’s long history of competition should help it weather the streaming wars.

Julia Boorstin reports on how the new “Joker” movie may be a calculated risk for Warner Brothers Studios.

Julia Boorstin reports the NFL is kicking off its 100th season with stronger viewership numbers compared to previous years.

As competition is increasing in the streaming industry, Netflix is making a big investment in high profile TV producers to create more original content. Julia Boorstin has more for us.

Sony and Walt Disney announced on Friday that Marvel Studios led by President Kevin Feige will produce a third film in Spider-Man: Homecoming series. The film will star Tom Holland and is scheduled for release on July 16, 2021.

NBCUniversal’s new streaming service will be named “Peacock,” the company announced Tuesday.

Wall Street remembers and honors the lives of those we lost 18 years ago on the 9/11 terror attacks. Kate Rogers reports on how celebrities are giving back by teaming up with a Wall Street firm at the annual Cantor Fitzgerald’s Charity Day.

Analysts say the movie box office could get a spike this Fall season after a not so hot summer. Julia Boorstin has more for us.

With the upcoming launch of its streaming services in November, Disney is taking a different approach than Netflix as the company is betting on its brands. Julia Boorstin has more for us.

Disney will offer high definition streaming as part of its standard $6.99 plan for its new Disney+ channel, the company announced at its D23 expo.

Disney confirmed Monday that its much-anticipated Disney+ will launch on almost every major streaming platform.

Disney is set to release its own streaming service, Disney+, on Nov. 12, and on the same day it will offer a deal bundling Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu, the company announced.

After reporting an earnings miss, what’s in store for Disney in the future and how important will its new streaming service be? Our Julia Boorstin sat down with the company’s CEO, Bob Iger, for an exclusive interview.