Netflix Re-Edits Controversial ’13 Reasons Why’ Suicide Scene Two Years Later

Note: This story includes a graphic description of suicide, as featured in the Netflix series “13 Reasons Why.“ More than two years after mental health experts cautioned against its graphic depiction of a teenager’s suicide, a controversial 13 Reasons Why scene has been edited out by Netflix. “As we prepare to launch season three later […]

‘Friends’ Is Officially Leaving Netflix for WarnerMedia’s HBO Max

AT&T is pulling “Friends” from Netflix to beef up its own upcoming streaming service. The wireless company, which owns the WarnerMedia entertainment business, said Tuesday that its service will be called HBO Max. It will launch widely in spring of 2020. As more companies unveil their own streaming services, they’re trying to make them more […]

Queer Eye’s Antoni Porowski on Netflix, Social Media, and Opening a Restaurant

Antoni Porowski might be best known as one of the five friendly hosts on Netflix’s Queer Eye, the effervescent update to the reality program encouraging everyday people across the country to live their best lives. As the culinary expert of the quintet, Porowski has expanded his role as the cast chef and parlayed that into […]

‘One Day at a Time’ Is Saved—Pop TV Rescues Canceled Netflix Sitcom for Season 4

After spending three months in the TV graveyard, the acclaimed multi-camera family comedy One Day at a Time is officially returning for a fourth season on Pop. The CBS-owned basic cable network–which has seen its star rise in recent months thanks to the slow-growth success of flagship family comedy, Schitt’s Creek–has ordered 13 new episodes […]

‘The Office’ Is Leaving Netflix and Your Streaming Bills Will Keep Piling Up

If, by 2021, you still haven’t gotten enough of Michael, Dwight, Jim, Pam, and the rest of the Dunder-Mifflin crew, you’ll have to subscribe to yet another streaming service. On Tuesday, NBCUniversal announced that The Office will no longer be available on Netflix by 2021, instead exclusively living on the company’s own new streaming service […]

Why Netflix Wants You—and All of Hollywood—to Know That Everyone’s Watching ‘Murder Mystery’

In an earnings call back in January, Netflix, long a black box of viewer ratings, finally chose to reveal details of how many subscribers view their original content. Now months later, with the release of the streaming giant’s newest original comedy Murder Mystery, Netflix is dropping viewer brags again, this time, perhaps, because it’s got […]

Netflix’s ‘Murder Mystery’ Would’ve Killed With a $120 Million Opening Weekend—If the Adam Sandler Comedy Ran in Theaters

If Adam Sandler’s new Netflix movie Murder Mystery drew the same U.S. box office numbers as it did via streaming, it would have made $120.5 million domestically in its opening weekend. That figure is based on the estimated average price for a North American movie ticket being $9.01 and Netflix revealing that the movie–featuring Jennifer […]

CEOs Publish Open Letter on Reproductive Rights and Abortion: RaceAhead

Nearly 200 CEOs and senior executives have signed an open letter that opposes any restrictions to reproductive health care and specifically abortion. The letter, published in a full-page ad in The New York Times, begins with a bold headline: Don’t Ban Equality. While many of the executives come from companies catering primarily to female customers, […]