Netflix’s 'The Crown'—a royal family drama, and one of the most expensive TV shows ever made—is coming to an end.
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Netflix takes several, steamy liberties with the historical record, but there was a real Queen Charlotte—and she was just as complicated as the TV version.
Scoops Ahoy ice cream no longer just exists on TV.
Learn about Henry James’s ‘The Turn of the Screw’—the classic ghost story that inspired (among many other things) Netflix’s ‘The Haunting of Bly Manor.’
'Suits,' the Meghan Markle-starring legal dramedy that aired from 2011 to 2019 is suddenly all anyone can talk about.
What better way to celebrate a new season of 'The Great British Bake Off' than by sampling 12 classic British baked goods for cash?
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A decade after 'House of Cards' changed the way viewers and critics looked at streaming content, Netflix is still producing some of the most addictive TV shows around.
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When it comes to password sharing, Netflix no longer has any chill.
Netflix is cracking down on password sharing, but streaming services like Hulu and Paramount+ haven’t banned it (yet).
The new 'Stranger Things' stage play will follow teenage Hopper and Joyce in 1950s Hawkins, Indiana.
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The streaming giant Netflix is looking to staff up on its private plane.