Shares of the streaming video service jumped after it reported better than expected user growth both in the U.S. and abroad. The debut of the third season of "Narcos" and the launch of "Ozark" helped Netflix add 5.3 million new subscribers during the third quarter, 4.45 million of which were international. The company forecast even stronger growth in Q4, which will see the highly-anticipated season two premiere of "Stranger Things"...but will also reflect the recent price hike for its most popular plans. Netflix expects to add another 6.3 million users before the year is done, more than 5 million from overseas. The other big takeaway from Netflix earnings? Its focus on original content. The home of megahits like "House of Cards" and "Orange Is the New Black" says it will spend $17 billion on exclusive programming over then next several years, $7-$8 billion in 2018 alone! That comes as competitors like Hulu, Amazon, and Apple also ramp up their portfolio of shows, and as content creators such as Disney pull their own programming off the platform. Netflix shares hit an all-time high during the trading day Monday and spiked as much as 4% in after-hours.