The French heist thriller was a huge global hit when it debuted on Netflix in January. Even the creator and cast were surprised.
You streamed it. Now you can buy it at Netflix.shop, a new site that will offer everything from a “Lupin” side table to a “Yasuke” clock.
Netflix in the United States bids adieu to a ton of great movies and TV shows in June, including “Scarface” and “Twin Peaks.” Catch these while you can.
Based on a comic book about a pandemic-fueled apocalypse, the new Netflix series is actually full of big-hearted whimsy. Thank the remote-controlled ears.
The British actor does most of the dramatic heavy lifting in the new season of Aziz Ansari’s Netflix series, most notably in a raw episode about fertility struggles.
Our streaming picks for June, including ‘Sweet Tooth,’ ‘Good on Paper’ and ‘Eden’
Using cinematic tools other comics overlook, the star (who is also the director, editor and cameraman) trains a glaring spotlight on internet life mid-pandemic.
After decades of game-to-film flops, a new effort, led by Sony, aims to adapt big PlayStation and Xbox franchises for movies and TV.
In an interview, the creator and star of the Netflix comedy discusses the hazy line between fact and fiction, the value of uncertainty and the joy of finally getting to be a leading man.
In the second season of the dizzying Mexican mystery-melodrama, the complications, and the suspects, just keep accumulating.
The streamer hopes that by turning adaptations of the R.L. Stine series into weekly film events, audiences will stay glued to the screen.
A new limited series on Netflix is a nuanced celebration of African Americans and their food. It is also sorely overdue.
The new Netflix series tapped years of scholarship and the life experience of its creators to chart how African Americans have shaped the country’s cuisine.
Amy Adams plays a reclusive psychologist who witnesses a crime in a glossy new Netflix thriller.
The new Netflix series harkens back to classic Black family comedies but has contemporary concerns, with difficult conversations about love, marriage and sexuality.
Films about South Africa once focused on apartheid, but a new generation of directors and producers is making hits about modern life and love for global audiences.
For a new Netflix series, the actor dropped his lightsaber and picked up the cigarettes and scissors.
Dozens of titles are expiring from the streaming service this month in the United States. These are the ones worth catching first.
Tensions between protecting and capitalizing on the image of the famous Australian beach town have exploded over a new reality show.
Netflix’s new anime of ronin, race and robots is entrancing, if overstuffed with action-genre elements.
Dystopian streaming shows like “Made for Love” and “The One” imagine what happens when Big Tech creeps into finding soul mates and fixing marriages.
The Big Cat Public Safety Act has been introduced before, but a bipartisan group of lawmakers hopes the public outcry from the Netflix documentary series will finally help it become law.
The streaming service reported the addition of four million new customers for the first quarter, below the six million it had forecast.
The streaming gold rush of 2017-18, when Netflix scooped up big-name television creators, now seems to have migrated to the film world.
The creators of “Zero,” including the co-writer Antonio Dikele Distefano, say they hope viewers enjoy it so much that the characters’ racial identity becomes irrelevant.
At the pandemic Oscars, anything could happen. Here are the lessons from the nominations: The good, the bad and what needs fixing.
Inspired by the new Netflix documentary series, a writer takes a journey through his own closet as a means of processing grief.
These movies and TV shows are leaving U.S. Netflix by the end of the month. Stream them while you can.
The cold case of Alonzo Brooks, 23, was featured in an episode of the Netflix reboot of “Unsolved Mysteries.”
The hosts of the “OK Now Listen” podcast want to reflect the best parts of chatting with your buds. “I have a tribe of women that hold me down,” Deanii Scott said.
The breakout star of the Shonda Rhimes Netflix series has delivered his final zinger as the rakish Duke of Hastings.
Our streaming picks for April, including ‘Concrete Cowboy,’ ‘Made for Love’ and ‘Them’
In an unprecedented move, a recording of the show will start streaming in October, while audiences can see it live (if theaters reopen) in December.
“The Milkmaid” and other African productions are putting extremism under the microscope and drawing diaspora audiences in the process.
After our mom died, I turned to her beloved pastime for comfort. It opened up a new way to communicate with my family.
“There is a why-are-we-even-doing-this feeling,” one industry insider said of jockeying for nominations, to be announced on Monday.
The company said a feature was being tested with a limited number of users, a move that might signal a broader crackdown on the common practice of password sharing among family and friends.
The sandwich chain’s aggressive use of product placement has made it a ubiquitous presence on the country’s television shows.
The director of “Da 5 Bloods” talks about why his old movies still resonate, whether an awards snub even matters and how it’s not his job to end racism.
With a 33rd novel on the way and deals with Netflix, Amazon and Apple, the prolific author writes in Ubers, at Stop & Shop and just about anywhere else he can.
The writer-director J Blakeson behind the blade-sharp Netflix thriller shares the films, images and sounds that guided him in crafting the movie.
The new Netflix documentary “Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell” captures the rapper before fame, and history, got hold of him.
Where’s “Succession”? “Atlanta”? After the number of scripted shows fell for the first time in a decade, Hollywood hopes to satisfy a restless audience with less costly fare.
The Hollywood awards season starts in earnest with a socially distanced show that begins on Sunday at 8 p.m. Eastern. Streaming services are expected to dominate.
The study, which the streaming giant commissioned, looked at films and TV series from 2018 and 2019.
Best known for her titular role in “Gone Girl,” the British actress stars as another seductively dangerous character in the new Netflix film “I Care a Lot.”
‘I have a hard time saying no to a basket,’ said the actor Courtney Henggeler, explaining her approach to decorating her family’s Long Island rental.
In his latest Netflix docu-series, the director of foundational works like “Paradise Lost” turned his lens to the fans and web sleuths who are changing the stakes of true crime.
The actress discusses being one of the few Asian-Americans to headline a rom-com and pushing to make Lara Jean more independent.
The comedian had asked fans to boycott his sketch show from the mid-2000s because of what he described as a “raw deal” from Comedy Central.