Netflix is now pretty much everywhere.

The company's co-founder and CEO Reed Hastings announced Wednesday during a keynote address at Las Vegas's tech trade show CES that during the course of his roughly hour-long presentation, Netflix had expanded its streaming service to an additional 130 countries, up from 60 at the start of the day.

"While you have been listening to me talk, the Netflix service has gone live in nearly every country of the world but China, where we hope to also be in the future," Hastings said. "You are witnessing the birth of a global TV network."

Rattling off a long list of new countries where Netflix is now available, Hastings mentioned that audiences in Azerbaijan, Vietnam, India, Nigeria, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Turkey, and Indonesia will now be able to stream the company's films and TV shows.

The announcement follows a strong year of growth for Netflix in terms of audience. During the fourth quarter of 2015, people around the world watched 12 billion hours of Netflix content, up from 8.25 billion during the same period in 2014, Hastings said. The company has customers in nearly half of all U.S. households.

The company responsible for creating the term "binge viewing" also surprised the CES audience by hosting a discussion with stars from some of Netflix's original shows, including Chelsea Handler of upcoming documentary series, Chelsea Does, Kristen Ritter of superhero series Jessica Jones; Will Arnett, who voices the title character of cartoon BoJack Horseman, and Wagner Moura, who plays Pablo Escobar on the drama Narcos. Trumpeting the diversity of programming available on Netflix, Hastings also mentioned that the company has added languages including Korean, Arabic, and Chinese, bringing its total number of supported languages to 21. 

"No more watching on a schedule that's not your own," Hastings said. ""We live in an on-demand world, and theres no going back."

The price of Netflix's shares rose 134 percent in 2015, more than Amazon's increase of 118 percent. Netflix reported its revenue during the third quarter of 2015 shot up 23 percent, to $1.74 billion. The company generated $5.5 billion of revenue in 2014.