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Netflix's "The Witcher" is a hit — according to Netflix

by Jasmine Garsd Jan 22, 2020
Seventy-six million Netflix accounts have watched Henry Cavill and his dimpled chin fight monsters — for at least the first two minutes.
Producer Lauren Schmidt Hissrich and actors Henry Cavill, Freya Allan and Anya Chalotra at the photocall for Netflix's "The Witcher" at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood on Dec. 3.
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Password sharing denies streaming services $9 billion in fees — report

by Nova Safo Jan 13, 2020
Why aren't streaming services doing more to crack down on it?
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Anime could be a key to streaming domination

by Jasmine Garsd Jan 9, 2020
As streaming platforms compete for the attention of young viewers, many are investing in Japanese animation.
The anime show "Neon Genesis Evangelion" is streaming on Netflix.
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2020: Year of the pop star documentary

by Jasmine Garsd Jan 6, 2020
Platforms like Netflix, HBO and Amazon are competing with each other for celebrity life stories, at about $25 million a pop.
Rihanna reportedly signed a documentary rights deal with Amazon prime, for $25 million.
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Streaming TV might go back to the future by embracing ad revenue

by Meghan McCarty Carino Dec 27, 2019
The forthcoming NBCUniversal service, Peacock, could be free and ad-supported ... like old-fashioned TV.
NBCUniversal plans to wade into the streaming pool with an ad-supported service called Peacock.
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What Kevin Hart's new docuseries says about "cancel culture"

by Kimberly Adams Dec 27, 2019
A new Netflix series goes behind the scenes with comedian Kevin Hart, one of several celebrities in the crosshairs of “cancel culture” in 2019.
Kevin Hart attends the 'Netflix Is A Joke' screening at Raleigh Studios on May 11, 2019 in Los Angeles, California.
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Why Netflix and WarnerMedia want sitcoms for the streaming wars

by Ben Bradford Sep 18, 2019
Netflix hopes "Seinfeld" will keep the streaming giant master of its domain, while HBO Max hopes to enter the field with a "Big Bang."
The cast of "Seinfeld."
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Navigating the “Wild West” of streaming services

by Marielle Segarra, Danielle Chiriguayo, and Katherine Wiles Aug 20, 2019
With Apple and Disney tossing their hats into the streaming ring, how many services will consumers subscribe to before they reach breaking point?
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Is Netflix losing its place at the top?

by Kai Ryssdal and Andie Corban Aug 16, 2019
Natalie Jarvey of the Hollywood Reporter talks about the future of the streaming platform.
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Why unlimited vacation isn't all it seems

by Meghan McCarty Carino Jul 31, 2019
Research finds employees with unlimited vacation actually take less time off.
Palm trees are silhouetted before the sunset sky at Waikiki beach in Honolulu, Hawaii.
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