Game publisher Ubisoft is in talks with Netflix to produce a series, CEO Yves Guillemot announced Monday. The company has already produced a Rabbids show for Nickelodeon and has several films in the works.
During prime binge-watching hours, Netflix suddenly went black, greeting hoards of dismayed television fans everywhere with a message that read suggested that they were "having technical difficulties," or "unable to process your request."
A new study from AllFlicks suggests that a whopping 76 percent of Netflix subscribers believe that the company will replace traditional television altogether, because why flip through channels when you can just binge watch one show?
With Canadian Netflix users not being able to access content outside of their own country, they’re increasingly turning to piracy, which could be a major problem for Netflix considering the country’s number of cord-cutters.
Netflix's ad-free experience is well-loved, but the extent of its impact may surprise you. A new article suggests that members save themselves from having to watch nearly 160 hours of commercials a year.
Netflix wants more with Orange Is the New Black creator Jenji Kohan. The streamer has ordered a new comedy called G.L.O.W., which centers on women's wrestling in the 1980s, and will be executive produced by Kohan.
Netflix is going to offer fans a satirical look at race in America. The streaming network has ordered a TV series based on the 2014 film Dear White People, which centers on students at a fictional college.