Late last month, Netflix began testing a new type of teaser trailer, complete with audio, that is much more intrusive than any trailers the company has shown customers before, and some users aren’t happy about it.
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?
Michael Rapaport directed Hard Lovin’ Woman, a documentary following Academy Award winning actress Juliette Lewis' pursuit of her music career. In an interview with Digital Trends, Rapaport speaks about its creation, Twitter addiction…
Drug war drama Narcos will get a Season 3 and Season 4, says Netflix, after confirming the critically acclaimed drama will return for at least two more seasons after the recently released second season.
Last week, Netflix said it would be cracking down on use of VPNs, proxies, and other methods that allow users to watch content not available in their geographic area. VPN providers aren't happy, but they say they can get around the ban.