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The most popular movie on Netflix in the United States, Black Swan, has been on the streaming service for over a year and a half, but the company’s CEO said the studio has seen “a lot of changes” since its first release in December.

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said in a Q&A session with investors Wednesday that the company has seen a lot of “evolving” from its initial offering and that Netflix expects to see more movies from its most-popular original series “Black Swan,” “The Fault in Our Stars,” “Argo” and “Django Unchained” this year.

Netflix’s original slate has more than doubled since last year, but Hastings said he expects the company to hit its yearly goal of $1 billion in revenue by 2021.

Netflix said its original slate is now at a record $1.5 billion, compared to $935 million in 2016.

He said he thinks the company will continue to see growth for several more years.

Netflix, which is owned by Disney, is the most-streamed streaming service in the U.S. Hastings said the company is looking to add more original programming and that it’s currently looking to create original shows to compete against the likes of Amazon Prime.

“We’ve done a lot to improve our content over the years and we’ve seen an evolution in our approach to our original content,” Hastings said.

“As we continue to grow our content, we’re also looking to continue to evolve our original programming to offer a variety of experiences to our users.”

Netflix is currently working on a slate of original programming, including the upcoming “Black Widow,” and Hastings said that the streaming giant is working with some of its big names to create more original content.

“I’m going to tell you right now, it’s pretty exciting.

We’re excited to see what the future brings for our original series,” Hastings told investors.

“So many people have been asking us to do more original series, but we’ve had some incredible stories come from some of the best creators in the world.”

Hastings said Netflix is also developing its own original series that will not be on Amazon Prime, which Netflix has been working on with its original series creators, including Amazon Studios.

Netflix is planning to launch its original programming service in 2020.