Well, according to The Hollywood Reporter, Netflix is so popular these days that it now overshadows five other major players in the industry - that's Time Warner, 21st Century Fox, Sony, CBS and Viacom.
Pushing towards the front of the line, Netflix's market cap has reportedly soared to $146 billion ($102 billion). To put that into context, Time Warner's stands at a not-so-shabby $76bn (£53bn), while 21st Century Fox's is at $70bn (£49bn), Sony's at $64bn (£45), CBS's at $20bn ($14bn) and Viacom's at $13bn ($9bn).
Mind you, it is worth bearing in mind that market capitalisation doesn't necessarily reflect how much the company is actually worth.
According to Investopedia, market capitalisation is actually just a fancy name for a pretty straightforward concept: 'the market value of a company's outstanding shares'.
Either way, it's still a good indicator of just how well Netflix is doing for itself.
Sure, it's not quite in Disney and Comcast territories - but given that Netflix is only $8 billion (ah, only $8 billion) away from catching up with them, the online streaming site is clearly up there with the big dogs.
Plus Forbes recently suggested that it's only a matter of time before Netflix overtakes Disney anyway, and that its popularity stems from various different reasons.
Forbes writer Blake Morgan explained: "Netflix delivers not only with some of the biggest series from broadcast TV, but also huge offerings of original content that engage viewers and showcase amazing creativity.
Morgan added: "Netflix doesn't just have business savvy, but the storytelling is unmatched.
"Early on Netflix had a willingness to push the boundaries - to paint portraits of characters we can't usually find in mainstream content. "
Morgan continued: "Although there are companies that are larger than Netflix and have more resources, small groups of people with ingenuity have always been able to grow quickly - just look at PayPal, Uber, or Airbnb.
"It doesn't matter who is older or who has more capital - anything can happen. Netflix is here to stay."
Well, that's good news. Now, let's all get back to our binging.