Netflix may expand to live streaming. According to a report from Last Date Netflix is ​​currently working on a live streaming option for stand-up specials and other live content.

Endorsement support for live streams as directed by Netflix could open up the possibility of live reunion broadcasts, such as the sunset sale held recently by the real estate reality show, as well as enable live voting for competitive events.

Netflix Live Comedy may use the feature for special broadcasts. This year, Netflix hosted its first live and private comedy festival, Netflix is ​​a Joke Fest. The Los Angeles-based event lasted several days and was attended by 130 popular comedians, including Ali Wang, Bill Bar, Jerry Seinfeld, John Mulani and many more. Netflix is ​​set to begin airing some of the shows taped at the event later this month and in June, but a live option could give users the ability to watch the show at home when they are unveiled (i.e. if Netflix chooses to bring the festival next year).

So far, we don’t know much about upcoming features, and Netflix did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Disney Plus, one of Netflix’s biggest competitors, has already entered live streams. In February, Disney Plus aired a live show at the Academy Awards, the first for the service. It has also become the new home of the Celebrity Dance Competition series, Dancing with the Stars , which is set to debut as a live series on the platform later this year.

According to Netflix’s latest earnings report, the streaming service lost subscribers for the first time in more than a decade, while Disney Plus added 7.9 million new users in the first quarter of 2022. To help tackle revenue and customer losses, Netflix has hinted at potentially cracking down on password sharing, as well as adding a cheaper ad-supported streaming option.