Netflix is all set to take its streaming service Down Under, announcing plans this week for a March 2015 launch in both Australia and New Zealand. The roll out marks a continuation of the California-based company's rapid global expansion.
As the online TV space grows more and more crowded thanks to corporate-owned newcomers like HBO and CBS, Netflix has been in a precarious position. Porter Bibb of Mediatech Capital says the small, yet extremely popular company is ripe for a hostile takeover
Netflix announced this morning that it has integrated its proprietary "Post-Play" feature into Chromecast playback of the leading streaming service. Until today, Chromecast users were curiously immune to the cursed convenience of Netflix's next-episode…
Netflix is rolling out an overhaul to the way its TV apps work for the first time since 2013, but the new way to play is leaving users split, with some seeing the changes as less helpful, and more annoying.
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NBC has canceled Hannibal, but based on a Tweet from the producing company indicating that they were "exploring other options," some are speculating that Netflix may resurrect the series for its fourth season.
Definitely good news for Marvel fans as well as comic book fans in general, Netflix's Daredevil will return in 2016 for a second season and likely branch out to include more villains from the comic books.
Netflix is adding descriptive audio tracks for the visually impaired to many of its original series, starting with Daredevil, and is in talks with studios and other content owners to add them to more content going forward.