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Topic - Netflix
A week before a self-imposed deadline for a review of National Security Agency programs, President Barack Obama sought Friday to assure leading Internet and tech executives that his administration is committed to protecting people's privacy.
Actor Kevin Spacey greeted Maryland lawmakers at a wine bar Friday night to help promote an expansion of a tax credit for filming movies and television shows in the state.
A look at other Lego-related titles that are available to stream and where you can find them.
With a string of recent deals, cable and satellite providers are beginning to acknowledge a brutal truth that companies like Hulu and Netflix have known all along: Many TV viewers, especially young ones, want shows and movies on their own terms - wherever, whenever and on whatever devices they choose.
Netflix has reached a deal with Comcast to ensure that its TV shows and movies are streamed smoothly to households, the first deal the online video streaming service has reached with an Internet service provider.
Robin Wright, the actress who plays Claire Underwood on "House of Cards," was in Washington, D.C., to research her role as a powerful politician's wife and found: This place is seedier than Hollywood.
The political thriller "House of Cards" launched its second season with support from fans in real-life Washington power circles.
President Obama has more power than anyone in America, but he wants to watch one of his favorite TV shows just like everybody else. On Twitter late Thursday, the president noted that season two of the hit Netflix series “House of Cards” premiers Friday and added a request. “No spoilers, please,” Mr. Obama said.
"Did you think I'd forgotten you?" asks Francis Underwood, addressing us viewers near the end of the second-season "House of Cards" debut. Then he roguishly adds, "Perhaps you hoped I had."
Netflix says its acclaimed drama "House of Cards" will get a third season.
When you buy a TV, sales clerks often pitch you on "future proofing" your set. Turns out, buying a cable TV company relies largely on the same principle.
Companies that rent movie and video games by mail to tens of millions of Americans could see the price of delivery go up if the financially strapped U.S. Postal Service succeeds in a push to change the rules governing DVD mail.
The official trailer for the Netflix original documentary “Mitt” surfaced online early Wednesday morning, showing many scenes and moments previously unknown to the general public.
President Obama, while talking to a Netflix executive, says he wishes Washington were as "ruthlessly efficient" as portrayed on network's show "House of Cards."
Netflix started as a company that sent the movies you wanted to your home, then it moved to direct streaming of video content. These days, the company's betting it can shape how audiences connect with content.
Now, Netflix says its 17 million subscribers watch more hours of Internet-streamed video each month than they do on the DVDs they get through the mail.
LOS GATOS, CALIF. (AP) - Video-subscription service Netflix added another million customers during the spring to propel its second-quarter earnings past analyst estimates.