From The Magic School Bus to Dear White People to Bill Nye, the streaming platform is going all out in 2017.
Bill Nye is coming to Netflix at a time when we need him most.
Netflix debuts its Stranger Things season 2 teaser trailer at the Super Bowl, and confirms air date.
Netflix added a third more subscribers than expected in the last quarter of 2016.
Cord cutters subscribe to "skinny bundles" that they'll have fewer channels at less cost—that's not necessarily the case.
From Westeros to Westworld, 2016 had a surfeit of pop culture moments (even though we excluded the latter in our top 16)
The popular Japanese manga-series-turned-Netflix-original offers refreshing meditations on life, one episode—and dish of late-night soul food—at a time.
Post-turkey watching could include the highly anticipated “Gilmore Girls” reboot, Rocky movies or comedy specials from Michael Che and Patton Oswalt.
GLAAD released its annual “Where We Are on TV” report, which found more diversity on TV as well as the continued use of harmful tropes.
The company's performance represented a turnaround from the previous quarter.
Recently added: “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” “Happy Gilmore,” “City of Gold,” “13TH” and more.