Netflix has made a major change. The streaming juggernaut has ended its 30-day free trial in the US.
A teaser trailer for the series was released by the streaming giant on Tuesday and the black-and-white visual shows Selena gracing the stage as she sings “Como La Flor.”
Netflix has been indicted on a criminal charge that alleges the streaming giant promotes “lewd visual material” of a child.
"Cuties" director Maïmouna Doucoure defended her film amid criticism it hyper-sexualized young girls.
Netflix has confirmed that popular shows and movies, such as "Stranger Things," "Bird Box," "The Two Popes" and others, will be available to non-subscribers for free.
The reopenings will take place in four phases, starting with a handful of theaters in Dallas on June 19. The remaining reopenings will be conducted between July 3 and July 17, and will include “enhanced cleaning and sanitizing protocols,” the company said.
In January, Netflix announced actor Steve Carell and the creator of "The Office" are teaming up for a series called "Space Force." Now, the streaming giant says there is a release date.
"Tiger King" fans may be in for a treat very soon.
Tampa is a backdrop of a newly-released true crime documentary on Netflix called, "Tiger King."
The Google Chrome app enables Netflix users to chat about their favorites shows and movies in real time.
Netflix's customer service hotline and website acknowledged the outage, saying it was affecting stream on all devices.