Here’s a story no one anticipated: Netflix are making video-games.
There are few things worse than being trapped on a flight for several hours without good in-flight entertainment.
There’s something about watching television that just makes you want to eat.
Netflix giveth, and Netflix taketh away.
Last week, Verdict wrote at length on the success of the Nintendo Switch in its first six months.
There are few actors in Hollywood at the moment who are quite so menacing as Jon Bernthal.
Netflix’s Stranger Things has been a cult phenomenon in every sense of the word.
For the first time since 2005, a new Star Trek series is coming to television!
If you’re a fan of true crime documentaries, there are few better outlets than Netflix.
Wormwood isn’t due out until 15th December, but Netflix has been eagerly premiering it across the film festival circuit in the meantime.
Netflix is doing it’s own La La Land, folks.
Book to screen adaptations are always a touchy subject.
With the recent release of The Defenders, Marvel’s collaboration with Netflix has joined the dots in a superhero crossover series.
Netflix is 20 years old and this year streaming revenue — combining music and video — will overtake physical sales for the first time.
Everyone’s favourite streaming company Netflix is celebrating its 20th anniversary.
With so many television series on offer, it’s difficult to know where to start with Netflix.
Cancel your plans and prepare yourself for a weekend of non-stop binge watching: Netflix US have announced the shows that will be disappearing from the platform throughout September.
Hot off the heels of Netflix’s exciting acquisition of a comic book studio, they’ve been hit by some major bad news.
Now on Netflix — Superheroes and comic books are everywhere these days.
In May 2017, Iflix Arabia became the latest in a line of players to enter the video-streaming market in the Middle East, aiming to capitalise on the region’s ravenous appetite for entertainment, increasing broadband penetration, and demographic demand for digital streaming.
Facebook has plans to launch original TV programmes by “late summer” according to the Wall Street Journal (WSJ).
In a demonstration against the Federal Communication Commission’s (FCC) efforts to scrap net neutrality laws, Amazon, Netflix, Pornhub, Reddit and many other large websites are banding together to promote a day of action on 12 July 2017.
Online streaming service Netflix is launching two interactive children’s TV shows that allow viewers to determine what happens on-screen.
Cord-cutting — ditching your TV subscription for online services — is gaining momentum, especially in the US and for pay-TV operators the two options are becoming increasingly clear: adapt or die.
Pay-TV subscriptions in Europe grew by 3.6 percent in 2016, from 215m to 222.6m.
Do you remember that thing called live TV?
Last night’s 89th Academy Awards demonstrated a shift from the usual celebrations.
These three things will change the world today.
Facebook is creating an app for television set-top boxes that would work on the likes of Apple TV, according to the Wall Street Journal.