Former Helios and Matheson CEO Ted Farnsworth told FOX Business his plans to save MoviePass.
Starting in 2021, Netflix will offer all 180 episodes in the U.S. to a majority of its 151 million subscribers.
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Apple TV+ low subscription rate is an attack on Netflix and Disney.
Netflix's business model has always relied on "binge-watching" distribution, but a new hip hop competition reality show will break that mold and air over the course of several weeks. Is this a sign of changes to come?
For Netflix, this year's college admissions scandal was a case of life imitating art: specifically, its new show, 'The Politician.'
A survey taken Tuesday shows that Disney's upcoming streaming service, Disney+, may be double the company's initial projections, as industry experts warn of such surveys' usefulness.
‘People will just be blown away by how far [Eddie Murphy] can push it,’ said Joe Piscopo.
Everyone's favorite meth dealer is back to star in a Netflix movie out in October.
Apple is sinking a small fortune into streaming.
The streaming war is heating up, with Apple budgeting $6 billion for original content for its TV+ service.
SEC filings reveal big payouts behind planned merger of media giants.
The price mirrors the cost for the most basic offering from Netflix and Amazon.
More and more American households are cutting the cord and switching to streaming.
The mob flick will be Martin Scorsese's first for Netflix.
Amazon Studios doesn’t publicize the number of people who stream its original content, with the public or even show creators, Adweek reported.
The drama -- to be produced by Netflix at a hefty price -- will use cutting-edge visual effects that allow De Niro, Pacino and Pesci to appear at different ages, according to the report.
Elon Musk has revealed that Tesla drivers will “soon” be able to catch up on their favorite Netflix shows and watch YouTube videos.
Filed on behalf of shareholder Johan Wallerstein, the lawsuit alleges that Netflix violated SEC regulations by making statements that were “materially false or misleading.”