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6 Practical Ways To Save Money

Whether you’ve been working for a few months, years, or decades, it can be hard to save money. For most people, wage increases aren’t matching inflation, making it hard for people to save. Although the rising costs of goods may make it challenging, there are effective ways you can improve your financial health and start saving money without changing jobs or getting a raise. 1. Comparison Shopping. Comparison shopping sites allow you to review the rates and fees for different service prov...
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Netflix launches Hindi user interface, a move towards localising in India

Netflix has launched a Hindi user interface, the company announced on Friday. This is a significant step towards localising in the country over three and a half years after the service launched in India. The company also posted a job listing for a localization manager in Mumbai. As a part of the Hindi UI launch, some (but not nearly all) of Netflix’s catalogue is available with Hindi descriptions, including many Netflix originals and some licensed content. We have reached out to Netflix to find ...
Tags: Travel, Apple, News, India, Netflix, Mumbai, Amazon Prime Video, Hotstar, Indic, Localisation

Netflix’s Signature Launch Sound Was Almost the Bleating of a Goat

Whenever you watch a Netflix original movie or TV show, there’s that signature sound that plays when the steaming service’s logo appears. The recognizable sound is known in Netflix’s offices as “Ta Dum,” but it was almost something that would have been easier to describe and a lot more odd. Todd Yellin, Netflix’s VP of Product, recently revealed that one of the options considered for Netflix’s production logo was the bleating of a goat. While appearing on the podcast Twenty Thousand Hertz (v...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Netflix, Hertz, Trivia, Bender, Yellin, Lon Bender, Todd Yellin, Todd Yellin Netflix, Leo the Lion Oscar


This is not a topic, but: If you’re looking for a good documentary series and you have Netflix, consider Cheer. It’s excellent. 
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Apple refuses to allow major gaming apps from Microsoft, Google, and Facebook onto the App Store, and the fight just went public (FB, GOOGL, AAPL, MSFT)

Apple refuses to allow major gaming apps from Microsoft, Google, and Facebook onto the iPhone and iPad App Store. The reason, Apple said, is because those apps provide access to games that haven't been rated by Apple's review guidelines. "Our customers enjoy great apps and games from millions of developers, and gaming services can absolutely launch on the App Store as long as they follow the same set of guidelines applicable to all developers," an Apple spokesperson told Business Insider, "inc...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Spotify, Microsoft, US, Trends, Netflix, App Store, Sheryl Sandberg, Business Insider, Apple App Store, Statista, Sandberg, Microsoft Google, Facebook COO

Original Content podcast: ‘The Umbrella Academy’ returns for a messy-but-delightful second season

The first season of “The Umbrella Academy” had its flaws, but empathetic portrayals of its seven superhero siblings (all adults bearing the emotional scars of an upbringing under their strict adoptive father Reginald Hargreeves) more than made up for its meandering plot. In season two, which recently launched on Netflix, the Umbrella Academy has been transported to Dallas in the early 1960s, where the Hargreeves must once again try to repair their familial bonds while also averting a nuclear ...
Tags: Apple, Media, Podcasts, Entertainment, Disney, Tech, Netflix, Dallas, Jfk, Jack Ruby, Umbrella Academy, Reginald Hargreeves, Original Content Podcast, Hargreeves

The Best Shows To Watch On Netflix In August 2020

Netflix has added two new docuseries, "Connected" and "Immigration Nation."
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The Best Shows To Watch On Netflix In August

Netflix has added two new docuseries, "Connected" and "Immigration Nation."
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SPOILER Filled NETFLIX Siege Conversation with Rodimus Primal, Patriot Prime and Kato

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New Aggretsuko Anime Season Now With More Japanese Idol Pop Music

Exclusive Netflix anime Aggretsuko is coming back for a new season late August and to promote the show, the streaming platform has published a new trailer introducing the main character to a completely new genre of music. Aggretsuko follows Retsuko, a 25-year-old anthropomorphic red panda, struggling with her day job as an office worker and […]
Tags: Trailer, Netflix, Anime, Announcements, Furries, Continuations, Aggretsuko, Retsuko, Fanworks

The Witcher Season 2 Images Show the New Reality of Making Shows During a Pandemic (io9)

Masks, shields, barriers, and a whole lot of social distancing. Netflix’s The Witcher is gearing up to resume production on season two, and already we’re getting a glimpse at what life behind the scenes will be like—not only for Geralt of Rivia, but the future of television in general. Read more... [Author: Beth Elderkin]
Tags: News, Netflix, Beth Elderkin, Rivia

TV Bits: ‘Pen15’ Season 2 Trailer, ‘Woke’, ‘Who’s the Boss’, ‘Money Heist’, and More

In this edition of TV Bits: The hilarious Hulu comedy Pen15 gets a new trailer for its second season A new show called Woke introduces animation after the protagonist’s run-in with the police Netflix’s Money Heist is coming back Inexplicably, so is 1980s sitcom Who’s the Boss? And more! Pen15, one of Hulu’s best original shows, is coming back for a second season on September 18, 2020, and I am hyped for it. Here’s a trailer for a fascinating new series called Woke, about an artist (L...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, Aretha Franklin, Alyssa Milano, Netflix, Denmark, Steve Martin, Selena Gomez, Hulu, Sony Pictures Television, Paramount, Martin Short, Eurovision Song Contest, Matthew, Hgtv

IAMAI proposed ombudsman model to government for OTT streaming regulation: Arré CEO Ajay Chacko

The Internet and Mobile Association of India has proposed an ombudsman model to the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting for self-regulation of streaming platforms like Netflix and Hotstar, Arré CEO Ajay Chacko said. Chacko revealed the development in a discussion hosted by IndianTelevision, which first reported Chacko’s remarks on Saturday. Arré is a part of the IAMAI’s Digital Entertainment Committee, which has been liaising for months with the MIB to come up with a self-regulatory system ...
Tags: Travel, News, India, Censorship, US, Netflix, Ministry Of Defence, Delhi, Defence Ministry, DCCC, IAMAI, Mobile Association of India, Jio, Chacko, BCCC, Medianama

Why comedian Hannibal Buress bypassed traditional streaming platforms and teamed up with a video-conferencing startup to release his latest special for free on YouTube

In July, Hannibal Buress released his new comedy special, "Miami Nights," on YouTube. Buress decided to forgo traditional streaming platforms like Netflix and Hulu, partnering with start-up video-chatting service Undock to release "Miami Nights." In an interview with Business Insider, Buress discusses why he chose to partner with Undock. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Last August, while the rest of the world was relishing what they didn't yet realize was the last summer ...
Tags: Hbo, Youtube, Trends, Netflix, Miami, Hannibal Buress, Hulu, Don, Buress, Virgil Abloh, Undock, Miami Nights on YouTube Buress, Miami Nights on YouTube, RSB- Buress, Black Fortune

11 Stand-up Specials On Netflix You’ve Gotta Check Out

Happy bingeing! How are we all doing, everybody? Not great? Same here, pal! The good news is it’s Friday, so at least we have the weekend to look forward to. Just kidding, weekends don’t exist anymore because every single day since March has been exactly the same. Since we’re still stuck in lockdown mode, we can’t exactly hit the town this Saturday night. (Well, I mean, you could, but you should not, because some of us actually want this to be over someday.) So you know what that means ...
Tags: New York, America, San Francisco, Netflix, United States, Humor, Prince, Eric Andre, James Acaster, Lucas, Trump, Leslie Jones, Eric, Richard Nixon, Sloane, Kamau Bell

‘Gravity’ Co-Writer Jonás Cuarón is Directing an Untitled Chupacabra Film for Netflix

Jonas Cuárón, who co-wrote the award-winning Gravity with his father Alfonso Cuárón, has been tapped to direct an untitled Netflix feature film about the chupacabra, a legendary creature in Latin and South America folklore that is known for drinking the blood of livestock, especially goats (the word “chupacabra” literally means “goat-sucker”). Chris Columbus will be producing what appears to be a family film about the paranormal creature. Deadline reports that Gravity co-writer and Desierto ...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Mexico, Fantasy, Netflix, Alfonso Cuarón, South America, Gael Garcia Bernal, Columbus, Alex, Latin America, Jonas, Puerto Rico, Desierto, Kurt Russell, Turbotax

Mark Millar’s ‘Reborn’ Movie, Produced by Sandra Bullock, Finds a Writer

In 2017, Netflix acquired famed comic book creator Mark Millar‘s Millarworld company to mine it for film and TV projects. Last year, the streaming service announced it would produce an original film version of Millar’s sci-fi fantasy comic Reborn, with Chris McKay (The LEGO Batman Movie) directing and Oscar winner Sandra Bullock producing. Now, more than a year later, the project has finally found its writer: up-and-coming scribe Bek Smith, who has previously worked at Marvel Studios. THR bro...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Adaptation, Sony, Manhattan, Sandra-Bullock, New Line, Cbs, Warner Bros, Chris Pratt, Smith, Noah Hawley, Chris Mckay, Mark-Millar, Bonnie, WB

Chris McKay’s Reborn Signs Bek Smith to Script

Chris McKay’s Reborn signs Bek Smith to script The forthcoming Netflix adaptation of Mark Millar’s Reborn, set to be directed by Chris McKay (The Lego Batman Movie) and produced by Sandra Bullock (Bird Box), has found its screenwriter in the form of on-the-rise scribe Bek Smith, according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: Netflix, Sandra Bullock and Chris McKay Team Up for Reborn PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoR...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Manhattan, Jesus, Jupiter, Smith, Hulu, Chris Mckay, Mark Millar, Steven, Kingsman, McKay, Bullock, Daniel Brühl, Millar, Huck

Only J-Pop Can Save Aggretsuko Now

Poor Retsuko has spent two seasons of her hilarious and occasionally heartfelt anime series expelling her existential rage via the medium of heavy metal karaoke. But in the third season, it seems like not even that can help her cope with all the new problems she’s facing. She needs J-pop bops.Read more...
Tags: Science, Netflix, Streaming, Anime, Sanrio, Aggretsuko, Retsuko, J Pop

How to change your profile on Netflix and customize your picture, autoplay settings, and more

You can change your profile on Netflix to customize several facets of it through your Account Settings on a web browser. Profiles on Netflix allow each user to receive personalized TV shows and movie suggestions based on individual viewing habits.  Netflix lets you add up to five different profiles, which is perfect for members of the same household.  Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Each Netflix account comes with the option to add up to five distinct profi...
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‘Ozark’ Showrunner Confirms That One Character Is Definitely Very Dead

No, Netflix isn't pulling a Jon Snow with this character.
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Daily Crunch: Trump bans transactions with ByteDance and Tencent

Trump escalates his campaign against Chinese tech companies, Facebook extends work from home until the middle of 2021 and Netflix adds support for Hindi. Here’s your Daily Crunch for August 7, 2020. The big story: Trump signs orders banning US business with TikTok owner ByteDance and Tencent’s WeChat Both orders will take effect in 45 days, but its specific impact is unclear since Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross will apparently not identify what transactions are covered until then. This c...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Lyft, India, US, Tech, Policy, Netflix, United States, Commerce, Tencent, Donald Trump, Intel Capital, Trump, Don, U S District Court

Jason Bateman Reuniting With Game Night’s Mark Perez for Superworld

Jason Bateman reuniting with Game Night’s Mark Perez for Superworld With Ozark nearing its end at Netflix, star/producer/director Jason Bateman is looking to keep his upcoming slate full as he has signed on to help adapt Gus Krieger’s recently released Superworld, reuniting with Game Night scribe Mark Perez for the project at Warner Bros., according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: Jason Bateman In Talks for Netflix’s Here Comes the Flood PB = PB || {}; ...
Tags: Movies, Earth, Netflix, Rachel Mcadams, Warner Bros, Jason Bateman, Perez, Bateman, Simon Kinberg, ComingSoon, Movie News, Game Night, Jesse Grant Getty, David Kanter, Mark Perez, Gus Krieger

Memorial service held for Daisy Coleman, subject of Netflix's 'Audrie & Daisy' documentary

Daisy Coleman, focus of 'Audrie & Daisy,' a Netflix documentary about sexual assault, has died at 23. The activist was remembered on Thursday.          [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, Religion, Netflix, Usa Today, Coleman, Audrie Daisy, Audrie

Martin Scorsese Will Shoot ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ in February 2021

The behind-the-scenes saga of Martin Scorsese‘s Killers of the Flower Moon has been a bit of rollercoaster. The pic, based on the true story of a series of murders of wealthy Osage people in the early 1920s, was originally set up at Paramount and was supposed to start shooting in March 2020. Of course, the coronavirus destroyed that March shoot date, and then Paramount got cold feet about the film’s ballooning budget of $200 million. Apple TV+ then swooped in to save the project. Now, the movie...
Tags: Apple, Movies, Fbi, Netflix, Leonardo-DiCaprio, Robert-De-Niro, Scorsese, Oklahoma, Paramount Pictures, Paramount, True Story, Martin-Scorsese, DiCaprio, De Niro, Tom White, Osage Nation

‘Superworld’, About a World Where Everyone Has Superpowers, Will Reunite Jason Bateman with ‘Game Night’ Writer Mark Perez

Game Night alumni Jason Bateman and Mark Perez are reuniting for Superworld, based on the Gus Krieger Audible original set in a world where everyone has superpowers except for one man. Bateman will direct the project while Game Night writer Perez will handle the script. And while we’re making this an official Game Night reunion, may I please request they bring Rachel McAdams into the fold as well? We all need more Rachel McAdams. THR has the scoop on Superworld, with Warner Bros. distributin...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Adaptation, Rachel Mcadams, Warner Bros, Jason-Bateman, Warner Brothers, John Cena, Perez, Bateman, Comic Book/Superhero, David Kanter, Lohman, Mark Perez, Gus Krieger, Superworld

Netflix hit ‘Selling Sunset’ is back with more sales and more drama

Season 3 of "Selling Sunset" launched on Friday, and it provides the inside track on The Oppenheim Group's largest sales and headline-making personal drama, including Chrishell Stause's divorce from "This Is Us" star Justin Hartley.
Tags: Reality TV, Lifestyle, Netflix, Radio, Teams, Luxury Real Estate, Celebrity Homes, Chrishell Stause, Tarek El Moussa, Heather Young, California Real Estate, Jason Oppenheim, Oppenheim Group, The Oppenheim Group, Selling Sunset

Water Cooler: Host, Lovecraft Country, The Rental, Black is King, An American Pickle, Ip Man 4, The Secret Garden, Into the Unknown, Muppets Now, Speed Cubers, 21 Chump Street, Love On The Spectrum

On the August 7, 2020 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall , weekend editor Brad Oman , senior writer Ben Pearson and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to discuss what they’ve been up to at the Water Cooler. At The Water Cooler : What we’ve been Doing : Peter launched a Patreon for Ordinary Adventures . Chris released a new 21st Century Spielberg bonus episode with very special ...
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Netflix Launches Hindi Userface in India, Available Globally

Netflix has launched a user interface in Hindi — a new functionality that will cater to almost half of India’s 1.4 billion population. The platform’s subscribers will be able to switch over to the Hindi interface from the “language” option on the platform — which has largely been accessible only in English to date in […]
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