“It was inevitable,” one professor of television studies said. “I knew it had to happen, but I didn't know it would happen as quickly as it did.”
Netflix said the company drew more TV viewing time than any other outlet during the 2021-2022 TV season.
Netflix is soon adding a lower-priced, ad-supported plan to its list of subscription options — something the streaming giant had been hesitant to do in the past.
"Squid Game: The Challenge" will feature 456 real-life players competing in "Squid Game"-inspired games. Casting for the show is now open.
While the streaming company is currently in the early stages of development, its efforts are concentrated on unscripted content and live events.
Netflix said the positions represent 2% of the streaming company’s total workforce, which includes nearly 11,000 employees. Most of the employees were U.S.-based.
The iconic comedian originally planned to film the special in front of a live audience, but COVID-19 had other plans.
Netflix is open to a lower-price tier with advertising as the company grapples with a drop in subscribers. Other looming changes include minimizing password sharing.
Netflix says it is testing a new feature for its members in Chile, Costa Rica and Peru, requiring users to add “sub accounts” for up to two people they don’t live with — and it will come at a cost.
Stranger Things” season 4 will be released in two parts, Netflix announced — and season 5 will be the last.
Some Netflix workers on Wednesday participated in a walkout in protest of comedian Dave Chappelle’s new special "The Closer." Critics say the new special is offensive to transgender people and has the potential to instigate real-life violence.
"Squid Game" has become Netflix's biggest show ever, topping "Bridgerton" in the most views since its debut.
A 50-year-old Bellevue, Washington man who made more than $1.5 million by using inside information to trade in Netflix securities has pleaded guilty in federal court.
A federal jury found a former Netflix executive guilty Friday of receiving lucrative stock options and more than a half-million dollars in bribes and kickbacks from tech companies to approve contracts with the streaming giant.
A teaser trailer for the series was released by the streaming giant on Tuesday and the black-and-white visual shows Selena gracing the stage as she sings “Como La Flor.”