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Greg Peters, newly minted Netflix co-C.E.O. alongside Ted Sarandos.
HOLLYWOOD January 24, 2023
A timely investigation into what the leading streamer is doing right and what it should probably fix as Hastings cedes control to co-C.E.O.s Greg Peters and Ted Sarandos.
bob iger
HOLLYWOOD January 17, 2023
To buy or not to buy is Disney’s first Hamletesque question under its new/old C.E.O. Then there’s the matter of how much it can really pay and how the service should be integrated. Activist investor Nelson Peltz is watching—and so is the entire industry.
andy jassy
HOLLYWOOD January 10, 2023
Why would Amazon, which has the most appealing bundle on the planet, spin out sports? Especially when a cleaner option could exist within its own digital walls.
‘Glass Onion’ director Rian Johnson with stars Janelle Monáe, Kate Hudson and producer Ram Bergman.
HOLLYWOOD January 3, 2023
A blockbuster second week for ‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery’ proves once again that you can’t judge a Netflix film by its debut—or against the traditional box office, either.
Netflix founder and co-C.E.O. Reed Hastings.
HOLLYWOOD January 3, 2023
The company’s Nike partnership suggests a path whereby a streaming pure-play can become a lifestyle brand.
Bob Iger
HOLLYWOOD December 26, 2022
This will be the year that streaming companies finally get serious about wringing money from their content after a brutal 2022.
Evan Peters as Jeffrey Dahmer in Dahmer - Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story.
HOLLYWOOD December 20, 2022
One last look back at what we learned, and what comes next, after Hollywood’s streaming annus horribilis.
harry & meghan
HOLLYWOOD December 13, 2022
News and notes from inside the streaming industry: The surprising data, and strategy pivot, behind Netflix’s two-part documentary series with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Wednesday
HOLLYWOOD December 6, 2022
Netflix pumped out more megahits in 2022 than any time in recent history, so why is subscription growth petering domestically as its stock limply recovers? Hollywood may be a hits business, but streaming is a little more complicated.
soccer
HOLLYWOOD November 29, 2022
The World Cup was supposed to promise soccer fans a plethora of streaming options. Instead, it demonstrates just how far the industry has to go to nail live sports.
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