Netflix now has more than 75 million subscribers around the world.
The announcement comes just a couple of weeks after the service launched in an additional 130 countries, bringing its total number up to 190.
Netflix also announced that it notched up $43 million in profit in the fourth quarter of 2015, and $1.823 billion in revenue.
However, its expenses have also gone up. It spent more than $10 billion on content in 2015, up from under $6 billion in 2012. Though you've got to spend money to make money.
In the last three months of 2015, Netflix added a record 5.59 million subscribers. That encompassed 1.56 million in its native US, and more than 4 million internationally.
Though its growth has been slowing in the US for a while now (inevitably, given it's saturated the market), this is more than made up for by its international expansion.
Indeed, the streaming service expects to add a further 6 million subscribers in the first three months of 2016. That's more than the 4.88 million expected by analysts.
Netflix has big plans for 2016 too. It has around 60 shows in the pipeline: 30 original programmes and 30 children's.
It's also riding high after its first original documentary, 'Making a Murderer', prompted wide-scale discussion of the US justice system. It also led to a petition to free the subject of the documentary, Steven Avery. The petition garnered enough signatures to warrant a response from US president Barack Obama.
Netflix also has its sights set on China, a notoriously tough nut to crack due to its restrictive regulations. But if Apple can make it there with its iPhone, Netflix reckons it can too.