Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos has clearly stated the premium subscription streaming service won’t release viewership ratings on its shows until it’s forced to (going so far as to even withhold that information from creators of the platform's popular original films and series). Show More Summary
"The goal is to become HBO faster than HBO can become us." Those words from Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos, uttered almost exactly two years ago, officially kicked off what had already been an informal arms race between the...Show More Summary
After his executive session, Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos addressed the popularity of Making a Murderer and the demand for a follow-up or a second season. Given that the series is a true crime documentary, a continuation could take different form. Show More Summary
Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos used his appearance at the Television Critics Association to criticize NBC researcher Alan Wurtzel for releasing “remarkably inaccurate data” about how often its shows are being streamed. Last...Show More Summary
Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos isn’t impressed with the recent talk about his company’s ratings. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sarandos’ Sunday morning Television Critics Association presentation was derailed with questions about Netflix’s notoriously secretive stance on ratings. Show More Summary
Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos found himself once more addressing the company's stance not to reveal its ratings. The executive, during his presentation Sunday at the Television Critics Assn. press tour in Pasadena, mocked NBC's recent attempt to provide insight into the performance...
Netflix was anything but chill about NBC supposedly revealing its secret ratings. Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos blasted NBC at Sunday's Television Critics Association winter previews after the Peacock's research head Alan...Show More Summary
Netflix’s controversial docu-series Making A Murderer could be coming back for a second season! According to Variety, the network’s chief content officer Ted Sarandos sat down at the 2016 Winter TCA tour and mentioned that there’s still a lot left to explore. “The story is still unfolding, so we’ll certainly take a look at it,” [...]
Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos came prepared for battle and did face a barrage of questions over the streaming service’s policy of not releasing any viewership data for its shows and movies. The issue has been a major topic...Show More Summary
With the cultural phenomena of Making A Murderer, the question of a second installment seemed inevitable. Netflix’s Chief Content Officer, Ted Sarandos offered “"It's just unfolding” noting that they had over 700 hundred hours of footage. Show More Summary
Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos had a lot of good news at the streaming service's Winter TCA day including tons of premiere dates for shows like Orange Is the New Black. He also had exciting renewal news for one of 2015's best shows - yes, Jessica Jones will be back for season two. Show More Summary
On Wednesday, the Verge, citing comments made by the Netflix chief content officer, Ted Sarandos, at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, reported that the Adam Sandler gross-out comedy Western “The Ridiculous 6” had become the most-watched movie in the streaming service’s history. Show More Summary
If you felt a tremble in the earth yesterday, like the sound of a few thousand film lovers contemplating hara-kiri, there’s an easy explanation: The Verge ran an item in which Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos claimed The Ridiculous...Show More Summary
While answering questions at Netflix's CES 2016 keynote yesterday, the streaming service's chief content officer Ted Sarandos claimed that the controversial Adam Sandler original movie The Ridiculous Six has been an unprecedented success for the company.
At a CES 2016 keynote, Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos shared some astounding news: The Ridiculous 6, the Adam Sandler-starring Netflix Original that currently has a score of 0 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, is supposedly the streaming website’s most-watched movie ever. Show More Summary
While doing their keynote speech at CES 2016, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and chief content officer Ted Sarandos threw out an interesting piece of information. Not that the streaming giant has expanded to 130 new countries (though, that...Show More Summary
If you’re a fan of scripted Netflix shows like Jessica Jones and Master of None, rejoice: the streaming service is doubling down on its commitment to original programming. Chief content officer Ted Sarandos announced that Netflix will reach a total of 31 scripted shows over the course of 2016 in a speech at the UBS Media Conference this morning. Show More Summary
The company's chief content officer Ted Sarandos said in an interview that the company is "thrilled" with the movie's performance. The post Beasts of No Nation Already Has 3 Million Netflix Views appeared first on WIRED.
Netflix’s chief content officer Ted Sarandos became the latest executive to challenge FX CEO John Landgraf’s notion that television is reaching a saturation point with too much original scripted programming or “too much TV.” “There’s no such thing as ‘Too much TV,’ unless we’re all spending more and not watching more. Show More Summary
In a video-conference session following its third-quarter earnings call, CEO Reed Hastings and chief content officer Ted Sarandos made clear they were headed in that direction. After Sarandos answered affirmatively a question regarding Netflix’s interest in programming news content, Hastings followed up with a question of his own for Sarandos. Show More Summary