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.
Fred Armisen tries to find the beat in ‘Standup for Drummers’
This special goes niche. So niche, it might put your butt to sleep.
Can we talk about that absurd ending to Netflix’s ‘Retribution’?
Netflix imports an ending that the U.K. already hated.
‘The Cloverfield Paradox’ is paint-by-numbers sci-fi, but it’s an interesting experiment
Netflix turns fans into its PR machine with a wild new film.
Why is ‘The Cloverfield Paradox’ on Netflix and not in theaters?
'The Cloverfield Paradox' was originally meant to be released in IMAX.
‘Babylon Berlin’ is a big-budget cautionary tale against bigotry and excess
Germany's hottest TV show just arrived on Netflix.
Netflix’s ‘Altered Carbon’ proves cyberpunk has failed to progress
Has the cyberpunk genre really evolved since the 1980s?
‘Dope’ is an irresponsible, blunt-force documentary about drugs
In this harrowing Netflix series, the war on drugs comes home to roost.
Netflix’s ‘Step Sisters’ is a dance comedy with stale moves
Hey, seriously, we were promised more dancing.
‘I Told You So’ a crowd-pleasing introduction to global force, Harith Iskander
Malaysia's 'godfather of standup' comes to Netflix.
The trailer for ‘Mute’ has a serious ‘Blade Runner’ vibe
It's a mysterious sci-fi thriller from the director of 'Moon.'
‘Unrest’ shines a light on chronic fatigue syndrome
The Netflix doc is an unflinching look at a disease we're still understanding.
‘Dirty Money’ investigates greed—one crook at a time
From predatory loans to Volkswagen coverups, this 6-part Netflix series will leave you gasping for air.
Todd Glass goes big with the chaotic ‘Act Happy’
The comedian messes with traditional standup structure on Netflix.
‘One Day at a Time’ is a Netflix sitcom that’s actually good
The refreshing reboot tackles immigration and LGBTQ issues in season 2.
‘A Futile and Stupid Gesture’ explores comedy’s animal house
Director David Wain on the man who invented a 'sense of humor that still resonates today.'