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A third of Netflix watchers in the US don't pay for Netflix

Be honest, do you pay for your own Netflix subscription, or mooch off someone else’s?

A survey conducted by research firm Survata for Quartz found that 31% of Americans who have access to a Netflix subscription do not actually pay for it. 358 more words

It's Not Oscar, It's HBO

I can’t remember the last movie I watched in an actual movie theater. Some of that is because I find the dramatic TV serial so much more powerful these days in its ability to develop rich characters and subtle storylines over dozens and dozens of hours (instead of just two or three of them). 627 more words

HBO Now has just 800,000 subscribers—but it could really take off this year

It’s not easy to launch a streaming service, even when you’re the most revered TV company in the world.

HBO revealed that its standalone streaming option in the US, HBO Now, has about 800,000 subscribers—fewer than the 1 to 2 million that some Wall Street analysts were projecting.  453 more words

A #Biarritz, le monde de la télé cherche de nouvelles règles du jeu (L'Express)

Biarritz – Confrontés à l’appétit grandissant des jeunes pour le streaming et à l’ambition d’acteurs étrangers comme Netflix, chaînes de télé, producteurs et auteurs cherchent un nouvel équilibre pour exister à l’international tout en préservant l’exception culturelle française. 30 more words

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Pretty much everyone on Earth can now get Netflix

Netflix, already the global leader in streaming television, just launched in 130 additional new countries, essentially covering the entire world except for China.

Major countries where Netflix will be available for the first time include India, South Korea, Russia, Nigeria, and Indonesia. 251 more words

Netflix is reportedly reviving 'Gilmore Girls'

Netflix is bringing back the beloved TV series Gilmore Girls, adding to its roster of revivals, TVLine is reporting.

The series, which followed a young, coffee-obsessed single mother (played by Lauren Graham) and her teenage daughter (Alexis Bledel) in an upper-middle-class suburban Connecticut town, aired for seven seasons on the WB and CW networks in the United States. 235 more words

Netflix raised the price of its standard streaming plan by $1

Yesterday, Netflix cost $9 per month for most new subscribers. Today, Oct. 8, it costs $10.

“To continue adding more TV shows and movies including many Netflix original titles, we are modestly raising the price for some new members in the US, Canada and Latin America,” a Netflix spokesman told Quartz. 219 more words