Find out what's new on Netflix for August 2020 and see what's leaving Netflix soon
Henry Cavill will be back for The Witcher season 2 on Netflix, with more creatures, new characters and bigger battles.
Get the scoop on The Witcher: Blood Origin, the spinoff series of The Witcher on Netflix that tells the story of the first Witcher
Looking to catch up on the Marvel Cinematic Universe films? Here are the chapters you can watch on Netflix.
We can now watch Studio Ghibli films online from a variety of different streaming services. Here's where the once hard-to-find films wound up.
Get the Umbrella Academy season 2 release date on Netflix, trailer, cast and more info about the superhero drama
Get our guide to Space Force on Netflix, including release date, trailer, cast and more to get the scoop on the Steve Carell comedy
If you missed Avatar: The Last Airbender the last time it was on Netflix, it's time to check out this excellent martial arts adventure.
Get the Ozark season 3 release date, trailer, cast and more, to follow along as the show returns to Netflix with star Jason Bateman.
The Love Is Blind reunion brings the couples back together, including Cameron and Lauren, Jessica and Mark and Barnett and Amber
Altered Carbon season 2 returns to Netflix with new star Anthony Mackie. Get the details on release date, trailer, cast and more
Sex Education season 3 is coming to Netflix. Here's everything you need to know about the release date, trailer, cast and mor
You season 3 will continue Netflix's buzzy psychological thriller, which follows the demented love life of stalker/killer Joe Goldberg
Disney Plus may be the talk of the town, but Netflix has its eyes on a kid-friendly future packed with Nickelodeon content.
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In its latest user test, Netflix is tracking physical activity through some subscribers' Android smartphones.
The company is dismissing concerns over its future against an increasingly competitive market with giants like Disney, AT&T, and Apple ready to go for the kill.
With the help of external developers, Netflix is prepared to invest heavily in making games that live up to the shows they’re based on.
BritBox is intended to be a streaming service comprising both box sets and original content from the UK.
Netflix’s decision means that Disney or another company could scoop up all the shows for its own streaming service if it wanted to.