Netflix is a global platform for movie and TV streaming. It launched as a subscription-based streaming site in 2007, and offers new movies and TV shows every month. In 2013, Netflix debuted it first original programming.

‘White Gold’ is ‘Wolf of Wall Street,’ but for window salesmen
The BBC comedy, set in the '80s, lands on Netflix as a binge-worthy pleasure.
‘What Happened to Monday’ brings big-screen worthy action to Netflix
Thanks to Noomi Rapace, it's a powerful, action-stuffed thriller.
Porn site xHamster steps in to save ‘Sense8’
xHamster wants to give the canceled Netflix series a home.
Ali Wong and Randall Park to star in new Netflix rom-com
Get your tube of cookie dough ready, baby!
Brad Paisley gets funny at his Netflix ‘Comedy Rodeo’
Come for the David Hasselhoff cameo, hang out with Paisley's comedian buds.
‘Grey’s Anatomy’ creator Shonda Rhimes signs major deal with Netflix
The woman behind 'Grey's Anatomy' and 'Scandal' is moving from ABC to Netflix.
‘Naked’ is a ‘Groundhog Day’ riff that should have stayed underground
Marlon Wayans can't rescue this floundering Netflix comedy.
Netflix cancels Naomi Watts drama ‘Gypsy’
The Naomi Watts series joins a growing list of cancellations.
‘Atypical’ improves the family sitcom, and maintains Netflix’s comedy streak
At 8 episodes, the dramedy keeps its narrative tight. It's an easy and rewarding binge.
What is Ultra HD? A guide to streaming 4K video
Here's how to get the most out of your Netflix and Amazon Prime subscriptions.
Here’s everything we know about ‘The Crown’ season 2
The series is taking a chillingly dark turn.
Netflix wrangles up the first TV series created by the Coen Brothers
'The Ballad of Buster Scruggs' already has a star-studded cast.
Chadwick Boseman fights henchmen in drab action flick, ‘Message From the King’
It's a forgettable Netflix movie... that you'll probably watch anyway.
Disney to pull movies from Netflix and add them to its own streaming service
Netflix will offer Disney movies until the end of 2019.
David Letterman is returning to TV with a 6-part Netflix series
The late-night legend retired from CBS in 2015.
Netflix buys film rights for comics by creator of ‘Kingsman’ and ‘Kick-Ass’
Get ready for more gritty and violent superhero shows on Netflix.