Netflix is currently considering a live-streaming format for some of their upcoming stand-up specials and reality programs.
The streaming service, which is best known for its original films including Red Notice and To All the Boys I've Loved Before as well as popular television programs like Bridgerton, Squid Game, and Stranger Things, is also a hub for stand-up specials.
In addition to television programs that are devoted to sharing stand-ups of all stripes, including the international showcase Comedians of the World, Netflix has been the exclusive home to many of the most influential comics and specials of the modern era, including John Mulaney's Kid Gorgeous, Bo Burnham: Inside, and Hannah Gadsby's groundbreaking Nanette.
In recent years, reality television has also been on the rise on the streaming service. They have created watercooler hits including The Circle, which was an early pandemic-era hit about young people interacting without knowing who was catfishing the group and who wasn't, and Selling Sunset, which follows real estate agents behind the scenes at the luxurious Oppenheim Group.Read more on screenrant.com