What just happened? In another sign that things are far from rosy at Netflix, the streaming giant fired a number of editorial staff and contractors at its fan site Tudum, which launched just over four months ago. The company insists the project won’t be cancelled, but it looks like it’s another belt-tightening exercise for Netflix after losing subscribers for the first time in a decade.

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Tudum, named after the first global fan event in September. I arrived in early December as a companion site to Netflix. It features exclusive content related to the streaming service, such as whether the series has been renewed (probably not), when it comes out, trivia about the show, and more.

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But Term reports that as part of the restructuring of Netflix’s marketing department, 25 positions at the company were eliminated, most of which came from Tudum – ten employees were reportedly fired from the site.

The move may look like Netflix is ​​preparing to shut down Tudum, but a spokesperson said it wasn’t. “Our Tudum fan site is a high priority for the company,” they confirmed.

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Former Vice culture writer Josh Terry tweeted about the layoffs, noting that he and his team had been fired from Tudum.

The news came just as Netflix’s quarterly results showed that it lost 200,000 subscribers since the beginning of the year, for which he blames those who distribute passwords, increased competition and exit from the Russian market. But a recent report shows that US consumers may subscription peak reached: American households have stopped adding to their list of streaming subscriptions after almost two years of continuous growth.