Netflix, the internet’s largest company, has a long and storied history in the U.K., where it has operated its online video platform since 2004.
Last year, Netflix said it would begin streaming in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, as well as in some other parts of the U and European Union.
While the U, with its comparatively higher cost of living and a relatively small number of users, is likely to be a key market for Netflix, it may also be the right market for the streaming service.
While Netflix is the only streaming service in the United Kingdom, it has been gaining popularity in Europe, particularly Germany, as its service has become more popular.
Netflix has more than a million subscribers in the UK, and a little more than 50 million in Germany, according to data from comScore.
That’s roughly one-fifth of all U.N. members.
Netflix is expected to make a big splash in the European Union as well, according an estimate by market researcher App Annie.
According to the company’s own estimates, the service has a 60 percent market share in the continent, according with data from market research firm Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.
That means that Netflix has the potential to take in some 20 million euros ($23 million) in EU revenue over the next year, the report said.
For the UK and the EU, Netflix has an advantage over other streaming services because it can bring the best quality content from around the world.
Its video-on-demand service has been successful in bringing viewers to the U., and it is a natural fit for Netflix in Europe.
Netflix has a presence in the Netherlands and France, and it recently launched a service in Germany.
Netflix is expected at some point to expand its presence in other parts the EU.
The company also has a major footprint in Germany and other parts in the country, where it is an important player in the online video market.