Netflix and Epix are going their separate ways. The news was announced yesterday in a blog post by Netflix’s Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos. This means that blockbusters like Transformers: Age of Extinction, Hunger […]
If you've been meaning to watch The Hunger Games on Netflix, you better do it now while you still have the chance. In a blog post Sunday, Netflix's Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos stated that Netflix isn't renewing its license with Epix, which means they'll be losing such popular films... More »
“Netflix’s move into the film — and film festival — business has proved controversial. At Cannes in May, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos was lambasted by French reporters. One accused him and his company of destroying Europe’s ‘film ecosystem’ by drawing audiences away from theaters.”
Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos has listed his Beverly Hills home for $9.35 million, according to the Los Angeles Times. He and his wife, former US ambassador to the Bahamas Nicole Avant, first purchased the home from noted fashion designer Max Azria for $5.41 million in 2000. Show More Summary
Producer and Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos and his wife, former ambassador Nicole Avant, have put their home in the Beverly Hills flats area on the market for $9.35 million.
“It’s less than three years since Netflix debuted its first original series — Lilyhammer, recently cancelled after three seasons — and Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos said the service expects to roll out 16 scripted dramas, nine original documentaries, three documentary series, 12 comedy specials and 17 children’s series in 2015 for a total […]
This article originally appeared in New York magazine. Just before the February 2013 debut of House of Cards, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos revealed his game plan for the streaming service. “The goal,” he told GQ, “is to...Show More Summary
Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos has announced the release plan for The Defenders and Jessica Jones! Get the details here:
Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos promises new Marvel content 'ideally every six months.'
It took just six minutes for Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos to get hit with a question on viewership data Tuesday at the Television Critics Assn. press tour.
The 2015 Television Critics Association summer press tour kicked off this morning with Netflix’s executive session with Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos. Sarandos offered some updates during the panel on Marvel shows such as Daredevil,...Show More Summary
Is there still hope for Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen to appear on Fuller House!? During the 2015 TCA Tour for Netflix, chief content officer Ted Sarandos teased that the twins could be back for more! Ted said that the Olsens “are teetering on whether or not they’ll be around.” Later, a Glamour editor said that [...]
Just before the February 2013 debut of House of Cards, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos revealed his game plan for the streaming service. “The goal,” he told GQ, “is to become HBO faster than HBO can become us.” More than a few TV-industry insiders dismissed Sarandos’s statement as bluster,... More »
In Netflix's quest to become a global operation, it has an increasing interest in global rights to shows, chief content officer Ted Sarandos said Wednesday at an investor conference.
In a sign of its growing influence in the film sphere, Netflix will be given a prominent perch at the Cannes Film Market. Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos will sit down for an In Conversation session on May 15 within the NEXT program that’s dedicated to the future of cinema. Show More Summary
Chief content officer Ted Sarandos, meanwhile, received $8.8 million as the second-highest-paid executive at the video streaming company. read more
If you've missed the Bluths, get excited: Arrested Development might be getting another season. Last year, Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos told USA Today he's "positive" the show will return, saying, "It's just a matter of...Show More Summary
In a bare room called The Crown in a nondescript office in central London, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos, otherwise known as the man who brought us Kevin Spacey’s House of Cards, explains how his on-demand internet streaming service will be “practically global by 2016”. Founded in 1997...
At tonight’s Chapman University panel “The New Era of Television”, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos took a beat to get a good word in about the Wachowskis’ upcoming new series Series8 during the first few minutes of the symposium. Show More Summary
Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos has been named Television Showman of the Year by the publicists’ branch of the International Cinematographers Guild, IATSE Local 600. He will be honored at the 52nd Annual ICG Publicists Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on February 20. Sarandos, responsible for Netflix