History 101: This TV show presents history in a very captivating way. Employing Info graphics and archival footage,
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Speaking of films that make you want to sway and whirl to the beat of the music, the best one Netflix brought to its subscribers is probably (and arguably) Sooni Taraporevala’s “Yeh Ballet”.
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The streaming platform redeemed itself with the release of “Da 5 Bloods”, which hits the mark as the whole world looks at the racial injustice.
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Netflix now has interactive series and films which require your decisions to reach the final outcome.
The last time we had a romantic couple solving crime together on Netflix was in Adam Sandler’s “Murder Mystery”. Despite the star studded line up, pairing Sandler with Jennifer Aniston, the film received mediocre reviews from critics.
Read the books? Now watch their adaptions on Netflix.
Last week, ‘The Wrong Missy’ was released on Netflix and became the centre of attention on the streaming network.
I Am Not Your Guru: The documentary goes behind the scenes of Tony Robbins’ seminar ‘Date With Destiny’, which is attended by more than 2,500 participants.
Netflix has once again brought its subscribers fun for the whole family with its latest animated feature The Willoughbys.
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What happens when you combine one of the biggest stars, both literally and metaphorically, with a humourous storyline and young talents? The Big Show Show!
The highly anticipated adaptation of ‘The Ghost Bride’, the Malaysian-Taiwanese book by The New York Times bestseller Yangsze Choo, is now available on Netflix and the eight-part series takes viewers on a weird and wonderful journey into the supernatural world.
As Christmas is few weeks shy away, Netflix keeps adding to its list of Christmas movies. Last week, Reel Talk’s selection was Knight Before Christmas which turned out to be a complete Christmas nightmare.
Technology is disrupting our lives. Netflix, Amazon, Uber et al have changed the way we consume entertainment, shop and move around. As a result, our way of working is also changing.
VANESSA Hudgens , a familiar face in Netflix’s Hallmark-ish Christmas movies is back again, this time leading the way in ‘The Knight before Christmas’.
Advertising is evolving to become more like marketing on the internet.
NETFLIX’S attempt at bringing to its subscribers international programming has been increasing gradually with more k-drama on a significant rise, with additional content coming from China, India and Japan.
Video streaming upstarts are looking to a different model to take on industry leader.
Competition in India’s booming streaming market is heating up.
NETFLIX’S Otherhood finally makes it to the small screen after a couple of postponement issues due to the college scandal that Felicity Huffman was involved in, the movie was initially supposed to have been released on Mother’s Day.
World champions Mercedes and Ferrari have agreed to take part in a second Netflix ‘Drive to Survive’ documentary series due to be aired next year, Formula One announced on Wednesday.
Media firms are racing to set up television production centres in Madrid.
If you are a fan of food and travel shows, be it in the form of a commentary or documentaries, Netflix’s Street Food isn’t going to be any different.
Netflix to “rethink” its film and television production investment in Georgia.
Sketch shows are always hit-and-miss, and I Think You Should Leave is more miss than hit. But that’s the point. It’s a comedic relief. It exists solely to make you laugh, cringe, do a self-check on your humour.