The U.S. movie and TV streaming service has been struggling to find buyers, as it has struggled to find enough content to keep its audience coming back.
Netflix has struggled since it launched its service in 2014, after it launched streaming video to television last year and launched a subscription-based model.
In January, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings announced that the streaming service would not have an after-school service, an initiative that many in the industry thought would help the streaming company reach its full potential.
But the move has also been criticized by some content creators, who said it would make it harder for them to stay in business.
The streaming service also has had to contend with a wave of online piracy and other online infringement.
The company is now working on a strategy that could allow it to reach its potential, Hastings said on a conference call with analysts last month.
“We want to get a product that has the ability to connect and engage with a whole new audience,” Hastings said.
“That’s where the after-sale service comes in.”
Netflix says that it is planning to launch its after-education program by the end of the year.
Hastings said on the call that the after sale service would offer educational content for consumers who are looking to improve their skills or have a particular need.
A Netflix spokesperson declined to provide details about the product.
Netflix said on Wednesday that the number of subscribers who have paid for after-hours video services has grown significantly.
During the first quarter of 2019, Netflix reported that its after hours streaming service had more than 7.7 million subscribers, up from 7.4 million at the same time last year.
The company said that the company plans to add another 3 million subscribers by the middle of 2020.