Jim Cramer likes Netflix (NFLX) . 

Twitter user @azcfilm asked, "I'm curious what [Cramer] thinks of AT&T (T) HBO's upcoming streaming versus Netflix?"

Cramer responded that he likes what Reed Hastings, CEO of Netflix, is doing with the company. 

TheStreet's founder has previously said that Netflix is his least favorite FANG, but that apparently doesn't stop him from liking Netflix as a streaming giant. 

TheStreet's Eric Jhonsa reported on Netflix's earnings Tuesday, Oct. 16.

"After the bell on Tuesday, the streaming giant reported Q3 revenue of $4 billion (up 34% annually) and GAAP EPS of $0.89. Revenue was roughly in line with analyst estimates, while EPS, which benefited from non-cash gains and a tax benefit, topped a $0.68 consensus," wrote Jhonsa.

"More importantly, Netflix reported it added 6.96 million streaming subscribers (5.87 million in international markets, and 1.09 million in the U.S.), easily beating guidance for 5 million streaming adds," he continued. "It also guided for 9.4 million Q4 streaming adds (7.6 million international, 1.8 million U.S.), which is soundly above a consensus of 7.7 million. The company now claims 137.1 million streaming subscriptions globally, of which 58.5 million are in the U.S."
 

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