A wide variety of local-language and international content, along with a user-friendly interface and affordable price point make Netflix a popular choice for internet users in Latin America.
Ever wondered how the bigwigs at Netflix actually tracked your viewing habits? Well Netflix has given its audience – and the show creators unhappy with Netflix's recent cancellations – a better insight into how the online TV streaming service uses its subscriber data to influence programming decisions.
Netflix, Inc. (NFLX) shares fell about 3% during Tuesday's session after Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ) announced that it would provide its unlimited wireless subscribers with a year of The Walt Disney Company's (DIS) Disney Plus for free. The move could provide a boost to the new streaming service that is set to launch on Nov. 12 for $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year.
According to The Verge, Netflix has a deal with The CW’s parent companies, which secures that series such as (Riverdale, The Flash, and more) end up on Netflix after their season finales. However, the outlet noted that the streaming service was not planning to re-up the deal, which means newer CW series such as Katy Keene, Batwoman, and Nancy Drew may not necessarily be heading to Netflix.
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Every so often, typically around earnings time, Netflix (NFLX) chooses to announce viewership numbers for some of its original shows or movies—when the numbers are impressive.
The streaming giant has unveiled the most watched shows and films of the past year, suggesting what its future might look like
Martin Scorsese's extremely long but supposedly brilliant new movie, The Irishman, is opening in select theaters on November 1. Early reviews are calling it a "masterpiece" and "one of [Scorcese's] most satisfying films in decades," even going so far as to dub it his "best crime movie since Goodfellas." But for everyone out there who isn't able to go see it on Broadway or just want to be able to pause the nearly four-hour thing for some bathroom breaks, worry not—The Irishman is hitting Netflix just in time for Thanksgiving.
Netflix is assembling early festive spirit with a mixture of historical dramas, gangsters, and makeover shows in Japan; the perfect winter companion.