"Can You See Us?" is the story of a boy growing up with albinism in Zambia. His father spurns him, his peers attack him. It's based on the life of John Chiti, who spoke to NPR about his experiences.
Fans of the streamer's 25-year-old hard-copy delivery service are welcoming the promotion ahead of its shutdown at the end of September. But the terms are vague.
A new University of Southern California report pinpoints areas that need improvement — as well as a few small wins.
Is it the writer's strike, the Meghan Markle effect, or some secret third thing?
The new restaurant runs on star power from the streaming giant's unscripted programs. Dining there feels surreal, as striking writers and actors have brought the movie and TV industry to a standstill.
The streamer said it added 5.9 million customers during the second quarter. Its share price has almost doubled over the past year.
The wildly successful webcomic is now an animated film on Netflix. Has anything been lost in translation?
Netflix first announced in March 2022 it would charge extra for password sharing, pointing to concerns that the practice was contributing to revenue loss.
The performances are wonderful, the consideration of race is welcome, and the interiority of older women is rarely so sensitively considered. Just be prepared for the second half to get awfully grim.
The Season 4 reunion of the hit reality show was supposed to premiere live at 8 p.m. ET, but it wasn't until about 9:30 p.m. that Netflix said it was having difficulties.
The Basic with Ads plan will include 15-to-30-second ads before and during shows and films, as well as have a smaller selection of content due to licensing restrictions.
Director Mike Flanagan was recognized for the tremendous number of jump scares in his new show The Midnight Club. But he isn't a huge fan of them to begin with, he tells NPR.
A new drama series on Netflix is about one of the country's most notorious serial killers. It has NPR's Scott Simon thinking maybe it's the names of his many victims we should remember.
The Emmy Award-winning actor will play a cult author. Levy previously co-produced and starred in the sitcom Schitt's Creek, which ended in 2020.
Chappelle has received criticism over the last few years for his jokes aimed at the LGBTQ community, particularly transgender people.