Just months after Netflix's launch, the majority of its staff has been lays off at a fan site

Just months after Netflix's launch, the majority of its staff has been lays off at a fan site ...

Tudum, which was first established during the first global fan event in September, arrived in early December as a Netflix companion site. It includes exclusive content related to the streaming service, such as if a series has been renewed (it probably hasn''t), when it will be released, trivia about shows, and a lot more.

According to Deadline, 25 positions at Netflix have been withdrawn as part of a marketing department''s restructuring, the majority of which came from Tudumten employees.

Tudum may be dropped off on Netflix, but a spokesperson believes this is not the case. "Our fan website Tudum is a crucial responsibility for the company," the group says.

Uh! It''s like I have to do this again. Is anyone hiring? Netflix just canceled my team (my job included) in a matter of months, and I''m grateful for it, but I''m dissatisfied with what''s going on. Email is in bio.

Josh Terry, a former Vice culture writer, spoke out about his retirement, stating that he and his team had been dismissed from Tudum.

The news comes as Netflix''s quarterly surveys revealed it had lost 200,000 subscribers since the beginning of the year, which it blames on password sharers, increased competition, and its withdrawal from the Russian market. According to a recent study, US consumers have had their number rise in streaming subscriptions since two years ago.

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