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.
‘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.'
Logan Paul, Mike Epps, Terry Crews liven up heist comedy ‘Where’s the Money’
It's the clunky, star-studded romp you’ll passively stream on Netflix.
Rachel Morrison is the first woman to be nominated for best cinematography
'Mudbound' director Dee Rees assembled an all-woman crew for the Netflix film.
Mo’Nique and Wanda Sykes call out Netflix’s pay gap
Mo'Nique was offered $750,000 for a special. Sykes was offered even less.
The future is still sexist in Netflix’s cyberpunk thriller ‘Altered Carbon’
This review is spoiler-free.
Katt Williams on Trump: ‘This is not something we can fix’
The comic offers a brutally honest state of the union.