Right now, Netflix restricts streaming on the same account to two devices at the same time to try and limit people sharing accounts. But for families, where parents and kids may frequently run into this limitation, Netflix will soon be rolling out family plans so that everyone can quietly watch their own shows on their own devices without interacting with each other on the same account.
The new plan will be $11.99 for streaming on up to four devices at once, and if you need more than that, perhaps you should get outside more often.
Arrested Development has a new home on Netflix and brand new Netflix-produced episodes will start on May 26.
It was announced months ago that Netflix had struck a deal with Cartoon Network to stream some of its most popular shows and now that day is here. You can now stream shows like Adventure Time, Regular Show, Robot Chicken, Aqua Teen Hunger Force and The Boondocks from your PC, tablet or phone. Totally algebraic.
It’s been years since the dot com tattoo bubble, where people were getting brands tattoos on their bodies for all kinds of consolation prizes. So this guy gets a Netflix tattoo, tweeted a picture of it and Netflix gives him a free year of Netflix. Easy peasy.
Netflix scored another big streaming deal recently, bringing in a bunch of seasons of a bunch of shows from Cartoon Network and CN’s Adult Swim block. This includes all seasons of Adventure Time, Johnny Bravo, Ben 10 and Regular Show as well as Aqua Teen Hunger Force and Robot Chicken. Netflix also scored streaming rights for The Boondocks and Children’s Hospital. Guess I’ll wait a little longer to get cable again.
Trying to stay on the curve, Netflix announced at CES that it’s adding 3D and Super HD movies to its disc library as well as 4K resolution movies to its streaming library. Granted, the number of 3D and 4K movies are really low right now, but it’s better to start now than to be last one on the bus.
Today Netflix announced it had reached a huge, huge deal with Disney to be an exclusive movie streaming partner, giving Netflix a much bigger selection of Disney owned titles as well as streaming rights for straight to video titles and early digital releases. This not only includes Disney’s animated movie library, but newer acquired properties such as Marvel and Star Wars films.
Posts about the awful shit in the depths of Netflix that the blogger’s mom manages to dig up and watch. Hilarious. Awful movies.
Netflix is already available for almost every device in your home except your toaster oven and the main place many people turn for movies— your cable box. But the company apparently is in talks with several major cable TV providers in the US to add a Netflix streaming movie and TV show service to your cable package.