Email
Password
Remember meForgot password?
    Log in with Twitter

Netflix News

Netflix to sell $1.5 billion in bonds to finance more content

Los Gatos - Netflix Inc. the huge US-based entertainment company provides streaming media, video on demand and now produces films and TV. The firm will sell $1.5 billion of bonds the company said in a statement

Netflix was in talks to buy theaters to screen its films

Netflix was considering to make a bold move. The streaming service reportedly was in talks to buy Landmark Theaters, in order to screen its films.

Netflix shares soar to record highs as subscribers are added

Shares of Netflix, the on-demand video streaming service, hit a record high on Tuesday April 17 subsequent to a report that for the fourth straight quarter the service added more subscribers.

Netflix series shows 'necessary' Philippine drug war: director

Manila - The deadly drug war waged by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is to be dramatised in the first Netflix series by award-winning director Brillante Mendoza, who says the internationally-condemned crackdown is "necessary".

Netflix pokes fun in Brazil with 'corruption shops'

Bras - Brazilian travelers are finding something much more intriguing at airports than the booze and chocolates at duty free: "corruption shops.

Netflix pays its queen less than her consort on 'The Crown'

Los Angeles - She's not known for histrionics, but Queen Elizabeth II would surely struggle to maintain her famous poise if she knew the actress playing her on "The Crown" earned less than the man portraying her husband.

Obama in negotiations to create Netflix series: report

San Francisco - Former US President Barack Obama is in negotiations with Netflix about producing a series of shows for the online streaming giant, according to US media reports.

Review: This psychological illusionist is back with edgy Netflix special Special

British psychological illusionist Derren Brown is back with his edgy new special on Netflix entitled "The Push." He will blow his audiences away.

Television titans bulk up to battle internet rivals

New York - Traditional television titans are bulking up in a battle with online streaming giants Netflix and Amazon as viewers take to binging on shows when and where they want.

Op-Ed: Blockchain to replace Netflix and Old Media? It’s on its way

Sydney - Consider thousands or millions/billions of computers acting as broadcasters. Exit Big Entertainment, Netflix, and maybe even exterminate the appalling slop claiming to be entertainment? It can happen.

Netflix nears 118 million streaming subscribers worldwide

Netflix has a major reason to be proud. It hit a major milestone with its number of subscribers! The entertainment company has almost 118 million streaming subscribers worldwide.

Streaming services take over Golden Globes, become the new normal

On January 7, streaming services dominated the 75th annual Golden Globe awards, thus becoming the unremarkable new normal.

Report predicts 40 percent of Americans will cut the cord by 2030

In spite of the availability of many digital streaming services such as Hulu and Netflix, 85 percent of U.S. households have traditional cable TV. Yet, market analyst TDG Research predicts that by 2030 up to 40 percent of Americans will have cut the cord.

Barbra Streisand is headed to Netflix with concert special

Miami - Barbra Streisand is heading to Netflix. "Barbra: The Music... The Mem'ries... The Magic!" will premiere on November 22 on Netflix.

Why companies like Facebook and Netflix will rule TV's future

BuzzFeed CEO Jonah Peretti has a vision of the future of TV-style shows, and if it’s true, the cable TV industry should be getting nervous.

BBC announces £34m fund to resist Netflix's popularity with kids

The BBC has announced a new £34 million investment in digital content as it plans to fend off competition from Amazon Prime Video and Netflix. The broadcaster is focusing on children, claiming UK youth are influenced by American tech giants.

Why use new tools to tell tales? Special

Brooklyn - With new technology, storytelling is changing, allowing people to choose which plot lines to follow. But is the experience more satisfying than the traditional relationship between makers of content and its consumers?

Netflix row stirs tough questions for cinema's future

Cannes - The bitter row over whether Netflix films should be shown at the Cannes film festival is billed as generational clash that calls into question the future of cinema.

‘The Defenders’ trailer brings the war for NY to Hell’s Kitchen Special

The trailer for Netflix’s ‘The Defenders’ promises a show that will deliver even more great action and a new, mysterious villain that looks like she can handle anything they throw at her.

Amazon to spend about $4.5 billion on its fight against Netflix

Amazon is set to spend a gargantuan ~$4.5 billion on video in 2017, according to analysts at J.P. Morgan, a figure that would put the internet giant much closer to rival Netflix than many industry observers thought.

‘Master of None’ season 2 trailer conceals promised love interest Special

Netflix original series ‘Master of None’ has announced a release date for season 2 and a new trailer, which hints at a grand adventure and still tumultuous love life.

‘Death Note’ teaser may have lost something in translation Special

Netflix just dropped a teaser trailer for its upcoming feature adaptation of ‘Death Note’ and it’s definitely taking a different approach to the material.

Netflix introduces new rating system, thumbs ups and thumbs downs

Netflix plans on implementing a new way of rating content. In the coming weeks, Netflix is replacing its five-star rating system with thumbs ups and thumbs downs.

Netflix celebrates International Women’s Day with fave women Special

Netflix releases video in support of International Women’s Day and “A Day Without a Woman”, featuring some of their most popular female characters.

Apple reportedly planning major push into TV shows and movies

Apple is preparing for a major push into original video content, according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal — a move that could set it on a collision course with the likes of Netflix and Amazon.

Op-Ed: Netflix series 'The Crown' offers star dialogue Special

The new series "The Crown" on Netflix won last night's Golden Globe for Best Drama. It has received rave reviews for its stellar acting and production quality,

You can finally download Netflix shows for offline viewing

Netflix now allows you to download your favourite shows for offline viewing when the Internet isn't available. The feature has long been requested by users who want to watch Netflix while on the go. A large portion of Netflix's library is available.

Plotting Netflix’s future: pain equals success Special

New York - There’s a big difference between strategy and tactics, says Netflix’s CEO and co-founder Reed Hastings. He sums it up in a simple equation: strategy = pain.

Cyberattacks show new method of taking down the Internet

Cybersecurity expert Bruce Schneier wrote an essay last month warning that someone was "learning to take down the Internet," and it seems especially prescient after a number of major websites were taken offline Friday amid a major cyberattack.

Pour Cleveland will host Gilmore Girls' Luke's Diner on 10/5

Three Pour Cleveland coffee shops are going to become the set of the upcoming "Gilmore Girls" revival on October 5th. The cafès will be used in partnership with Netflix to simulate Luke's Diner from 7 a.m. to noon.
  1 2 3 4 5 6 ... 7 Next»

Set up a news alert for

Netflix


Netflix Image

Krysten Ritter stars as Jesscia Jones in  Marvel s Jessica Jones  for Netflix
Krysten Ritter stars as Jesscia Jones in 'Marvel's Jessica Jones' for Netflix
Marvel Studios
A booth showcasing the game consoles available for Netflix at the Toronto event.
A booth showcasing the game consoles available for Netflix at the Toronto event.
A scene from  The Defenders
A scene from 'The Defenders'
Netflix
File photo of Toronto s Videoflicks store
File photo of Toronto's Videoflicks store
Netflix is already a big organization around the world and is still growing. If you meet the require...
Netflix is already a big organization around the world and is still growing. If you meet the requirements then you could join them.
Coolcaesar
A scene from  13th
A scene from '13th'
Netflix
Untitled
Netflix
The Get Down
The Get Down
Netflix
Concept art for the updated Magic School Bus 360
Concept art for the updated Magic School Bus 360
Netflix
Netflix movie fans.
Netflix movie fans.
David Silverberg
Untitled
Netflix
A TV showing the Netflix in-queue interface.
A TV showing the Netflix in-queue interface.
.imelda
Netflix
Netflix
scanner771/flickr
The 1981 PBS series  Brideshead Revisited  is available on Netflix.
The 1981 PBS series "Brideshead Revisited" is available on Netflix.
A scene from  Stranger Things
A scene from 'Stranger Things'
Netflix
Netflix Street.
Netflix Street.
Image from ‘Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday
Image from ‘Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday'
Apatow Productions
The US offerings steer clear of many of Sandler s biggest hit comedies focusing instead on a few of ...
The US offerings steer clear of many of Sandler's biggest hit comedies focusing instead on a few of his more serious roles like "Punch-Drunk Love" and "Reign Over Me."
Netflix
Netflix shows its support of Internet Slowdown Day
Netflix shows its support of Internet Slowdown Day
Screen Capture
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings

Latest News
Top News