Netflix released the NFT collection “Love. Death. Robots" in honor of the release of the third season

The streaming service has launched a hunt for QR codes that will help you get unique trophies in the Love. Death. Robots. Help These QR codes are hidden in social networks, on advertising banners and in the series itself. They... Read more

NYT: Netflix now plans to launch a more affordable ad-supported plan before the end of the year and allow password sharing

The streaming service has long said it won’t include ads, but last month it announced a cheap, ad-supported plan . Then the co-chairman of the board of directors, Reed Hastings, said that plans for this tariff plan will be approved... Read more

There are other options: Meghan Markle is looking for a replacement for Netflix

Streaming service Netflix has turned down Meghan Markle’s ‘Pearl’ project, but the Duchess of Sussex is hopeful that she will find another company to take on her project. It was supposed to be a serial cartoon that tells about the... Read more

Netflix canceled Meghan Markle's project: the duchess made a retaliatory step

Meghan Markle has removed from Archewell’s official website all references to the animated film “Pearl”, which was supposed to be released as part of their contract with Netflix. After leaving the royal family in 2020, Meghan and her husband Prince... Read more

They talk too much: Netflix is unhappy with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

As we have all noticed, Harry and Meghan love to say too much. And this greatly complicates their relationships with others and partners. This time, representatives of Netflix were offended by the couple, who paid a lot of money for... Read more

Everything is not just like that: it became known why Meghan Markle came with Prince Harry to the Invictus Games

Netflix canceled Meghan Markle’s animated series, which was supposed to be released under the name “Pearl” and tell about the childhood of the Duchess of Sussex. But another project involving the Duchess of Sussex and her husband will be shown... Read more

What’s on TV tonight: Man City v Real Madrid, Noughts + Crosses and more

Tuesday 26 April Football: Man City v Real MadridTue, BT Sport 2, 7pmHaving seen off Atlético Madrid in the quarter-final, Manchester City now turn their attentions to Real Madrid in this must-watch Champions League semi-final first leg at the Etihad... Read more

The fightback against woke capitalism has finally begun

And last week, former McDonald’s chief executive Ed Rensi launched The Boardroom Initiative to push for shareholder revolts against corporate giants promoting political campaigns over profits. Since Rensi is the man who created the McNugget – for which some of... Read more

What’s on TV tonight: Bling Ring: Hollywood Heist, Piers Morgan and Donald Trump, and more

Football: Man City v Real MadridTue, BT Sport 2, 7pmHaving seen off Atlético Madrid in the quarter-final, Manchester City now turn their attentions to Real Madrid in this must-watch Champions League semi-final first leg at the Etihad Stadium (kick-off 8pm).... Read more

Over-cautious and hyper-woke, Netflix deserves to fail

I was a subscriber to Netflix’s DVD rental service back in the old days, and it was a lovely feeling knowing that, for the first time in my life, I could get a constantly rotating supply of films for relatively... Read more

What’s on TV tonight: Rugby Union: England v Ireland, Our Changing Planet, Grace and more

Sunday 24 April Rugby Union: England v IrelandBBC Two, 11.45amEngland, one eye firmly on October’s World Cup, have been imperious so far as they bid for their third successive Women’s Six Nations Grand Slam. Ireland recovered from defeats to Wales... Read more

What’s on TV tonight: Snooker World Championship, Killing Eve, Britain’s Got Talent and more

Saturday 23 April Snooker World ChampionshipSat-Fri, BBC Two, 10amThe second-round matches should be completed this weekend as we begin the march to the May Bank Holiday finale at the Crucible. GT Boxing: Tyson Fury vs Dillian WhyteSat, BT Box Office,... Read more

The Obamas were always a terrible fit for Spotify

The elephant in the room is the quality of the programming. “The woke mind virus is making Netflix unwatchable”, Elon Musk taunted on Wednesday, perhaps after learning of Netflix’s upcoming comedy-drama series “He’s Expecting”, about a man who becomes pregnant.... Read more

It’s no wonder Abercrombie & Fitch is out of fashion – I’ve seen its toxicity firsthand

If you are a mother of a certain age, you may remember being dragged to A&F by your teen, for certainly the store’s unique retail environment was not easily forgotten. The stores were as dimly lit as the nightclubs they... Read more

What Netflix can do to save its skin

3. Quit the binge Sure, sometimes we can’t wait to see what happens next but be careful what you wish for. Binge-viewing multiple episodes doesn’t make for memorable TV or viewer satisfaction. With top-tier shows, Netflix should forget the boxset... Read more

What’s on TV tonight: The Rising, Earth Day, Heartstopper and more

Snooker: World ChampionshipSat-Fri, BBC Two, 10amThe second-round matches should be completed this weekend as we begin the march to the May Bank Holiday finale at the Crucible. GT Boxing: Tyson Fury vs Dillian WhyteSat, BT Box Office, 6pm“This is not... Read more

Sorry, Oscar-hungry auteurs – the Netflix ‘passion project’ party is over

This was all partly in service of harpooning one particularly tantalising white whale: the first Best Picture Oscar for a film released by a streaming service. And in 2019, with Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma, they came agonisingly close. Roma was a... Read more

From Squid Game to Space Force: Netflix’s five biggest hits and flops

Netflix forged a new age in the entertainment industry, popularising streaming and forcing out the likes of Blockbuster.  Its catalogue boasts shows that have become household names, including The Crown, Squid Game, Tiger King and Stranger Things.  Yet much of... Read more

Every Inside No 9 episode ranked

Game of cat and mouse, anyone? When a hirsute homeless man returns a lost wallet to primary school-teacher Tom, the mysterious tramp ends up moving in with him – much to the annoyance of Tom’s girlfriend Gerri (Gemma Arterton). This Pinter-esque... Read more

Why Elon Musk is wrong about Netflix’s ‘woke mind virus’

There are many major figures currently having their films or television programmes financed and shown by Netflix who could be defined as anti-woke, or at least politically ambiguous. Ricky Gervais’ sitcom After Life gloried in the shocking tirades against decency... Read more

What’s on TV tonight: Chivalry, The Thief, His Wife and the Canoe: The Real Story, and more

Snooker: World ChampionshipSat-Fri, BBC Two, 10amThe second-round matches should be completed this weekend as we begin the march to the May Bank Holiday finale at the Crucible. GT Boxing: Tyson Fury vs Dillian WhyteSat, BT Box Office, 6pm“This is not... Read more

What’s really going wrong at Netflix

People joked they had ‘completed Netflix’. With such a vast library, the streamer had always been more filler than killer. But strip away the prestige series, the splashy true-crime documentaries and the shows people had always wanted but never found... Read more

Who would dare write a rom-com in today’s climate?

Indeed, many of the great rom-coms that I grew up with would never get made today. The “problematic” nature of Pretty Woman is pretty obvious, from its glamourisation of prostitution to the redemption of a kerb-crawling git (played by Richard... Read more

Inside the Netflix horror show

People joked they had ‘completed Netflix’. With such a vast library, the streamer had always been more filler than killer. But strip away the prestige series, the splashy true-crime documentaries and the shows people had always wanted but never found... Read more

What’s on TV tonight: Inside No 9, Russian Doll, and more

The RisingSky Max, 9pmGhost. DOA. Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased). The high-concept idea of investigating one’s own death has been around a while, and this adaptation of the macabre Belgian thriller Hotel Beau Sejour (whose fans included Stephen King) doesn’t depart... Read more