witcherLast year, Netflix released The Witcher TV series and according to the company, it is possibly their most-viewed first season ever where they estimate that it has been watched by as many as 76 million member households within the first four weeks of its release. This is why it doesn’t come as a surprise that the company is looking to milk the franchise for all its worth.
Many, many years ago, the first ever Pokemon movie was released and it was a smashing success. Back in 2019, it was reported that there were plans to remake the movie with new graphics and effects, and if you were hoping to catch it, you might be interested to learn that the Pokemon Mewtwo Strikes Back – Evolution will arrive on Netflix next month.
CD Projekt Red’s The Witcher series is one of the more popular RPGs around. However, it seems that thanks to Netflix’s The Witcher series, the game appears to be more popular than ever. This is according to recent stats on Steam which revealed that The Witcher 3 is actually more popular than it was at launch.
If you’re a Netflix user, there is a good chance that you binge-watch quite a bit of shows. This is easy when it comes to series, but what if you finished the series that you were watching? Then what? Sometimes it can be hard to get into a new show, but that’s something that Netflix is apparently looking to fix.
When you think of animated series and cartoons, there is a good chance that Disney probably comes to mind. Disney is definitely not alone in this area as there are other alternatives, such as Nickelodeon who has been producing their own original animated content for many years on end now.
As some of you might have heard, Netflix has a new series in the works in the form of The Witcher, which many gamers might be familiar with. Last we heard, the company was said to be very happy with what they’ve seen so far, which is why it doesn’t come as a surprise to learn that the company has since officially renewed the series for a second season.
TVs aren’t really devices that we change or upgrade frequently. However, it seems that if you largely rely on your smart TV to access apps like Netflix, then you might want to take note because if you own one of Samsung’s older smart TVs, come December, support for Netflix will be dropped.
When Disney Plus and Apple TV Plus were announced with prices cheaper than what Netflix has been charging its customers, it was starting to feel like Netflix could be in trouble. However, it turns out that maybe Netflix might not have to be as concerned as they should, at least that’s what survey seems to suggest.
Based on the way Stranger Things season 3 had ended, it seemed like there was still plenty of story left to be told. The good news is that if you wanted to see what the rest of the Stranger Things universe has left to tell, you’ll be pleased to learn that season 4 for the series has since been confirmed by Netflix themselves.
Over the years, Netflix has steadily increased the price of its subscription. Customers mostly had no choice as there weren’t that many streaming services around, but then came along Apple and Disney, both of whom announced their own streaming services in the form of Apple TV Plus and Disney Plus.
As some of you might have heard, Netflix will be losing their license to stream hit comedy sitcom “Friends” at the end of the year. This is a bummer as Friends is one of the more popular sitcoms from back in the day and continues to be very much beloved until today. However, there is some good news for those who loved their sitcoms from back then.
For the most part, a lot of shows are released on a weekly basis. This means that if you wanted to watch the next episode, you’d have to wait until next week to do so. However, Netflix kind of changed that when they released all episodes for the season at once, allowing users to binge watch shows until it was completed.
It has been many years since the Breaking Bad series came to an end. In terms of series finales, we reckon that it was probably one of the better ones, where it wrapped things up nicely without necessarily falling into the usual kinds of TV tropes. However, following the end of the series, there have been rumors about a Breaking Bad movie in the works.
How do platforms like YouTube and Netflix recommend videos to watch? This is largely based on algorithms in which it looks at the videos you’ve watched in the past and tries to recommend other videos and movies that it thinks are in a similar vein. How accurate are these recommendations? Sometimes they can be pretty spot-on, but are they necessarily the best way to go about it?