Moz is coming back to Netflix for one more year, with the streaming service’s CEO Mark Surman saying in an earnings call that the company is in talks with Hulu and Netflix about a possible merger.
Moz is also reportedly in talks for a future merger with Hulu, which owns its own online TV streaming service.
Moussa El Saadi, CEO of Moz, also said at the earnings call with analysts that the “very strong” growth of Moz’s online video business has been the result of a combination of content and technology.
El Saadi said that Moz has already created a new video service and that Hulu and Facebook are working on a new version of their social video app that could be available later this year.
El Sapir, CEO and co-founder of Moz at the time of the deal, told The Wall Street Journal that Moz was “going to keep the business going for a very long time.”
“We’re not going to change,” he said.
Moj is now worth $4.5 billion.