Netflix may launch an advanced “N-Plus” subscription service that will provide access to podcasts, custom TV show playlists, and behind-the-scenes content. According to reports, the streaming media platform has sent a questionnaire to some of its users, telling them why the company is exploring this idea and arousing their interest. In addition to access to certain exclusive content and custom playlists, N-Plus subscribers may also help influence the production of scheduled shows, provide feedback and help Netflix determine a course of action before deciding on the cost of production​​.

Agreement reporter Biz Carson is one of the few people surveyed by Netflix N-Plus. According to the report, the company described the service as “the online space of the future, where you can learn more about what Netflix shows you love and anything related to it.” According to reports, the content includes podcasts, user-generated playlists, operation methods, behind-the-scenes highlights and more.

N-Plus members may be able to create and share custom playlists that they can build over time. The survey also asked users how they watched music from TV shows and were able to create playlists from it. As mentioned earlier, N-Plus members may also have an impact on the development of TV programs. Subscription service can give members the right to know “planned programs (pre-production) and influence their development through feedback before filming is complete”. Investigations indicate that other features may include TV program comments from users with similar interests.

Netflix is ​​known for testing many features that may not necessarily be on the market, and it is difficult to tell the fate of N-Plus. A Netflix spokesperson said in the report that the survey is part of a regular survey of the audience to understand what the company is exploring, adding that the company currently has no other content to share.

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