Data from Antenna shows that Netflix is losing a substantial amount of subscribers, with many cancellations coming from long-time users.
A report from Kantar gives data that the streaming market is showing signs of stalling amongst U.S. consumers.
A new feature added to the platform makes it possible to clear Netflix’s Continue Watching Row, available on web, mobile, and TV.
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Two additional Netflix games are rolling out for mobile gamers. One is called Arcanium: Rise of Akhan and the other is Krispee Street.
Netflix price in 2022 has risen for customers in the U.S and Canada, depending on the plan. This is the first price increase since October 2020.
The standard plan, which allows for two simultaneous streams, now costs $15.49 per month, up from $13.99, in the United States. The U.S. price of Netflix’s premium plan, which enables four streams at a time and streaming in ultra HD, was increased by $2 to $19.99 per month.
Popcorn Time, a popular piracy website for movies and TV shows that once put Netflix on alert, has shut down.
On Tuesday, the group behind the app emailed reporters declaring its end. A goodbye note posted by Popcorn Time, with an illustration of a bag of movie-theater popcorn with X marks for eyes, proclaims “R.I.P.” at the top of the page. The site also contains a chart of interest over time measured in online searches for the app, similar to the one Netflix sent to investors in 2015.
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Netflix has created a new website called Tudum. It aims to be the one-stop-shop to feature news about renewals, release dates, interviews, and more.
Tudum will feature extra content and information about Netflix’s TV shows and movies. For example, Netflix notes that users will be able to dig deeper into its content and use the website to find out things like where else they’ve seen the cast of “The Witcher” and whether “Maid” is based on a true story. The website includes exclusive interviews, cast breakdowns, information about content that’s popular on the platform, a trending news section, details about upcoming shows, an explore section and more.