The creator and writer adapted the series and guided it for four seasons.
The self-proclaimed home of Nollywood, iRoko just signed $19 million in deals to boost its content production.
Though TV revolutionized home life, U.K. teenagers and children now spend more time online.
The U.S. streaming service launched in 130 countries, including Kenya, earlier in January.
It isn't just corrupt cops who failed the Averys, but every judge, juror, court official and citizen of Manitowoc County.
It's been the most-streamed movie "in every territory we operate in," Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos told reporters.
"The Get Down," set in the South Bronx in the 1970s, is slated for a debut sometime in 2016.
The company is hoping to counter slowing growth in the U.S., and is exploring options for China.
The comedian's new show offers a hilarious, brutally honest take on '70s culture.
"Newsweek" staffers recount what TV shows had them hooked, for better or worse, this past year.
From Terry Crews to Carl Weathers, a look at the football players who made the switch to the big screen.