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"If you’d find it hard to support our content breadth, Netflix may not be the best place for you," the company tells employees.
Today's big powerful companies could become tomorrow's also-rans, no government intervention required.
In Japan, even very young children are seen as capable.
Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg star in another timid, lifeless video game adaptation.
The breakout Netflix series contains critiques of a decidedly "anti-capitalist" political and economic system that's haunted the Korean Peninsula.
Is a required content warning or algorithm change a violation of the First Amendment?
No one is safe from Chappelle's jokes—but also, everyone is safe from Chappelle's jokes.
The show takes plenty of creative license, but viewers are smart enough to distinguish drama from documentary.
Chadwick Boseman shines in his final role.
Immigration Nation Brilliantly Captures the Brutal Logic Behind America's Immigration Enforcement Regime
The new Netflix docuseries is a damning indictment of ICE.
Lessons learned from the zookeeper Netflix made famous
Martin Scorsese says superhero movies are crowding out cinema. But plenty of great non-comic-book films still exist.
An anthology series about sad salesmen, space marines, super-intelligent yogurt, and the national debt
Strong performances and sharp direction elevate this drug-war action thriller.
The Best Picture nod for Netflix's Roma marks a major victory for the streaming service.
"Bears, beets, Battlestar Galactica" goes intergalactic?
Capitalism not only helps reduce poverty, but can bring services to more diverse groups of people.
The Netflix series is an evolution in TV horror.
The new Netflix miniseries feels both traditional and new, with the big-screen qualities of a film and the story and character nuance of the best television.
"Hot Girls Wanted" producers purport to care about sex workers' well-being but mock their privacy concerns.
Porn performers are accusing Rashida Jones and other Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On producers of a host of unethical and exploitative practices.
Glitch joins some others in not presenting the undead as mindless brain-eaters.
Not as clear cut to regulators as it may be to the rest of us.
Tallulah doesn't take the 'madcap' route and is all the better for it.
Between is pop anti-authoritarianism at its most melodramatic-and fun.
Minors are psychologically susceptible to being coerced into false confessions and yet frequently interrogated without parents or lawyers around.
Can this Netflix docuseries right the wrongs perpetrated by a corrupt criminal justice system?
Q&A with documentary director Evgeny Afineevsky
Two new tax rules are intended to help close the city's massive budget gap.
The superhero show celebrates the violent interrogations inflicted by its main character.