Netflix - Stock Split History | NFLX

Stock split history for Netflix since 2022. Prices shown are actual historical values and are not adjusted for either splits or dividends. Please see the "Historical Prices" tab for adjusted price values.
Netflix Annual Stock Splits
Netflix Quarterly Stock Splits
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Consumer Discretionary Broadcasting - Radio & TV $84.790B $29.698B
Netflix is considered a pioneer in the streaming space. The company evolved from a small DVD-rental provider to a dominant streaming service provider, courtesy of its wide-ranging content portfolio and a fortified international footprint. Netflix has been spending aggressively on building its original show portfolio. This is helping it sustain its leading position despite the launch of new services like Disney and Apple TV as well as the existing services like Amazon prime video.Netflix streams movies, television shows and documentaries across a wide variety of genres and languages. Subscribers, both domestic and international, can watch them on a host of internet-connected devices, including television sets, computers and mobile devices. In the Domestic DVD segment, Netflix delivers DVDs through the U.S. postal service from distribution centers located in major U.S. cities.
Stock Name Country Market Cap PE Ratio
Grupo Televisa S.A (TV) Mexico $4.865B 25.59
TEGNA (TGNA) United States $4.776B 9.70
Gray Television (GTN) United States $1.633B 26.77
Gray Television (GTN.A) United States $1.453B 23.83
FuboTV (FUBO) United States $0.546B 0.00
Entravision Communications (EVC) United States $0.403B 10.77
Audacy (AUD) United States $0.168B 23.40
Townsquare Media (TSQ) United States $0.154B 6.34
Phoenix New Media (FENG) China $0.065B 0.00