Several celebrities, many of whom work with Netflix, shared messages of support and solidarity with the many employees who staged a walk-out protest on Wednesday.
Rose McGowan is weighing in on the ongoing controversy surrounding Netflix and Dave Chappelle's latest comedy special.
Thousands of Netflix users of the website and mobile app reported outages on Wednesday.
The scheduled walkout was planned by Netflix employees seeking to highlight their objections to the comedy special and the company's handling of it.
"We value our trans colleagues and allies, and understand the deep hurt that’s been caused," a Netflix spokesperson told Fox Business.
Media and entertainment analyst Tuna Amobi discusses the streaming wars and future growth for Disney+.
Netflix Inc. Co-Chief Executive Ted Sarandos said he “screwed up” in his efforts to communicate with employees who were upset over “The Closer,” a recent comedy special by Dave Chappelle in which he made remarks that some viewed as offensive to the transgender community.
Netflix beat analysts' expectations on both earnings and subscribers in Q3, thanks in part to popular new show "Squid Game."
Many celebrities, including some who have worked with Netflix in the past, will reportedly appear in a PSA at the employee walkout on Wednesday in protest of Dave Chappelle’s controversial stand-up special "The Closer."
The sensitive material was related to the new controversial standup special from Dave Chappelle that has many employees outraged.
The Korean horror series debuted on Sept. 17 and has reached "111 million fans" according to Netflix.
Transgender employees of Netflix are planning a walkout in protest of the company’s co-CEO defending comedian Dave Chappelle’s “The Closer” special on the streaming platform
A software engineer who was suspended by Netflix after she criticized Dave Chappelle’s Netflix standup special for what she claimed were anti-transgender jokes in a viral tweet and after attending a quarterly meeting meant for higher-ups said she was reinstated this week.
Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos responded to employee questions about the decisions to release the special.
This is the first deal Netflix has signed with a national retailer.
Netflix producer Jaclyn Moore declared on Twitter she would no longer work with the streamer following its release of Dave Chappelle's comedy special "The Closer," which she argues included "transphobic comments."
The latest Netflix phenomenon "Squid Game" could propel the streamer to success at the upcoming winter awards show season.
Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos said during a tech conference that the Korean horror series "will definitely be our biggest non-English language show in the world, for sure."
The popularity of Netflix's "Squid Game" has piqued the interest of audiences and landed the South Korean won on the list of the most Googled currencies.
Netflix has been sued by South Korean internet provider SK Broadband after the steamer's "Squid Game" caused an expensive influx in internet traffic.