Netflix announced Monday that the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback and award-winning filmmaker Ava DuVernay have teamed up to create a series about his life.
The reopenings will take place in four phases, starting with a handful of theaters in Dallas on June 19. The remaining reopenings will be conducted between July 3 and July 17, and will include “enhanced cleaning and sanitizing protocols,” the company said.
“During this difficult time, I hope you’ll find some inspiration and joy in this film,” the former first lady wrote on Twitter.
In January, Netflix announced actor Steve Carell and the creator of "The Office" are teaming up for a series called "Space Force." Now, the streaming giant says there is a release date.
YouTube has expanded an initiative to lower video quality on its site in order to support online servers amid COVID-19 pandemic.
The Google Chrome app enables Netflix users to chat about their favorites shows and movies in real time.
No exact date has been revealed for the 2021 release of 'YOU', but fans are already excited that the popular show has been renewed for a third season.
Netflix, the streaming giant, was the top-performing stock of the decade, yielding around a 4,000 percent return.
Netflix's customer service hotline and website acknowledged the outage, saying it was affecting stream on all devices.