Netflix said in its earnings report last week that "Lupin" is set to rack up 70 million views in its first month, a new record.
The company is promising new original content weekly to attract and keep subscribers.
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How will the shift away from movie theaters and broadcast TV change what and how we watch?
The streamer aimed directly at millennials launched in the pandemic with much fanfare. Now it may be on the block. Any buyers?
The first episode of "Star Trek" aired 54 years ago today. What does TV show longevity look like in the era of streaming services?
COVID-19 hurt its cruise and theme park businesses, but the company is also capitalizing on the "stay-at-home" market with its streaming service.
It has several paid tiers and an option to watch for free ... with ads.
It would have capitalized on the 2020 Summer Olympics, but now will rely on a packed catalog of classics.
In the last few weeks, several historic films have come under increased scrutiny.