The king met Friday at the Palacio de la Zarzuela with Netflix's CEO, Reed Hastings, after the American entertainment multinational opened its first production center in Europe in Madrid.
Felipe VI has received Hastings in the Hearing Room and then they have held a meeting in the office of the head of state.
Both have greeted each other with cordiality and have exchanged a few words while posing before the graphic media.
Hastings has gone to Zarzuela accompanied by Vice President of Original Contents of Netflix, Francisco Ramos; the Business Development for Europe, Africa and the Middle East, Concepción Ferreras, and the company's communication manager in Spain, Rut Rey, whom the king has also welcomed.
The hearing has taken place after Hastings inaugurated yesterday, Thursday, officially the Netflix complex in the Madrid town of Tres Cantos, the first production center in Europe.
In that act, the CEO of Netflix stressed the desire for the multinational to remain in Spain for a long time.
"We are going to be part of the Spanish creative ecosystem forever, we are not experimenting, our investment is long term and we are here to stay," said the co-founder of the company, which was put into service in 1995.
The Casa Netflix de Madrid already employs 13,000 people and the intention is to be around 25,000 by the end of the year.
Since it began its activity in Spain in October 2015, the US audiovisual platform has developed 24 Spanish productions -series and films- and 40 co-productions with other countries.
They are joined by two new original Spanish series - "The innocent" and "The favorites of Midas" - announced yesterday at the act that starred Hastings.
Netflix has 139 million subscribers worldwide -58.5 million in the United States-, after last year increased its number of customers by 20 million.