Will ‘Marco Polo’ Be Netflix’s ‘Game of Thrones’? (TechTimes)

(Photo : Netflix) Still from the upcoming Netflix original series “Marco Polo.”

With the massive success of HBO’s Game of Thrones, many new TV shows have followed in its footsteps with a kind of violent, sexy, historical flavor. We had History’s Vikings premiere in 2013, Starz’s Outlander this year and a whole bunch of other epic, historical fantasy dramas in between.

And now Netflix has one more to add to the list. The teaser trailer for the upcoming Netflix[Read more on TechTimes]

Here’s Why Hollywood Honcho Harvey Weinstein Says Netflix Is ‘Winning’ (Business Insider)

Harvey Weinstein, left, with Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos.

Earlier this month, it was announced that the “Crouching TigerHidden Dragon” sequel would be released simultaneously in Imax theaters and on Netflix.

The announcement regarding the… [Read more on Business Insider]

Netflix va diffuser “F is for Family”, série animée co-produite par Gaumont (L’Express)

Los Angeles – Le site de vidéo en ligne Netflix va diffuser en exclusivité “F is for family”, une série animée co-produite par Gaumont International Television et conçue notamment par l’un des…

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Netflix’s strategy: Shows for every age (CNN)

A modern version of the classic animated series “Care Bears” is the latest in a string of shows for kids commissioned by Netflix.

Just how important are children to the future of Netflix? The company famously doesn’t release ratings, but it’s willing to say that many of its shows for kids are TV-sized hits.

More than 70 kids shows have been streamed by some 2 million Netflix subscribers this… [Read more on CNN]

Content and Its Discontents (The New Yorker)

Credit Illustration by Christoph Niemann

Adam Sandler, whatever his virtues, hardly seems like the kind of guy who might hold the fate of Hollywood in his hands. But when, recently, Netflix announced that it had signed a deal for Sandler to make four movies for its streaming service, and said that it would also… [Read more on The New Yorker]

Des salles de cinéma boycottent un film à cause de Netflix (Presse Citron)

Vous avez peut-être déjà entendu parler de la sortie de Tigre et Dragon 2, la suite du film d’arts martiaux des années 2000, qui est programmée pour le mois d’aout 2015. Ce que vous ignoriez peut-être, c’est que (comme l’affirme Reuters), le film est coproduit par Netflix et le studio Weinstein Co. Et naturellement, la sortie de celui-ci se fera en… [Lire la suite sur Presse Citron]