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.

‘The Highwaymen’ tries to do right by Frank Hamer
Netflix's story of the men who took down Bonnie and Clyde debuted at SXSW.
How Natasha Lyonne let womanhood and vulnerability ‘all hang out’ in ‘Russian Doll’
'I almost don’t know how [anyone goes] about creating things that are so unreal.'
‘After Life’ shows Ricky Gervais’ sweet side
Gervais' own empathy elevates his latest series.
‘Turn Up Charlie’ spins mostly uninspired clichés
Idris Elba's Netflix comedy doesn't add anything new to the genre.
Steven Spielberg didn’t just declare war on Netflix—he’s fighting the future
The director's fight for the soul of cinema is on the wrong side of history.
The 10 best prison shows on Netflix
You don’t have to commit a crime to spend some time in jail.
In ‘Losers,’ no one prepares for defeat—they survive it
The Netflix docuseries allows time and space for the humanity that's often lost between adversity and triumph.
‘Workin’ Moms’ is too privileged to be ‘honest’
It's really a show about wealthy white people who just so happen to be moms.
10 new movies on Netflix you need to see in March
There's a lot to look forward to.
‘The Baby-Sitters Club’ to be adapted again as Netflix series
The beloved series is being turned into a 10-episode show.
‘The Umbrella Academy’ does its female characters dirty
When they're not forced to bear men's emotional baggage, they're getting the shaft.
Is ‘The Notebook’ on Netflix? (updated)
Where can romance fans watch one of the most popular romantic dramas of the last 15 years?
‘The OA: Part II’ jumps into another universe
Netflix's sci-fi hit is finally coming back.