At the TCA press tour, Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos revealed the Marvel Television shows wouldn't arrive on Netflix until at least 2018.
Entertainment Weekly recently interviewed Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos about the decision not to acquire Marvel's "AGENT CARTER" after it was canceled following two seasons on ABC. Sarandos explained the reason saying:Show More Summary
Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos reveals why he thought "Agent Carter" wasn't worth picking up.
Netflix’s chief content officer Ted Sarandos addressed the perennial elephant in the room at any Netflix press events right off the bat today. “Let’s talk about ratings,” he said at the opening of Netflix’s TCA executive session. There was talk but there were no revelations as Netflix continues to closely guard ratings information for its shows. Show More Summary
Ashton Kutcher and Laura Prepon pose for a photo while attending a Museum of the Moving Image event on Monday night (June 20) at the St. Regis Hotel in New York City. The event honored Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos and Seth Meyers. Ashton and Laura, who worked together on That ’70s Show, both [...]
On the eve of announcing the production of a new six-hour miniseries, Alias Grace, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos was lauded by the Museum of the Moving Image at the St. Regis Hotel in... To view the full story, click the title link.
Summer 2016 is going to be big for Netflix. On Monday, Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos announced in a statement on the website that there will be a slew of new movies coming in the next season for U.S. customers, most notably from Disney, Pixar, Lucasfilm and Marvel. Show More Summary
Netflix's four-year-old deal with Disney is finally coming to fruition. In an announcement about Netflix's summer releases, chief content officer Ted Sarandos revealed that the site will start getting the rights to the latest Disney, Marvel, Lucasfilm, and Pixar films this September. Netflix hasn't specified which titles will come out ... More »
Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos has a vision for the future of movies – and not surprisingly, streaming is at the heart of it. As Netflix continues its aggressive push into the movie business -- bringing A-listers like Will Smith, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie on board the streaming bandwagon...
EXCLUSIVE: Even though Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos isn't coming to the Cannes Film Festival, his disruptive approach to the movie business makes him as relevant as last year, when he delivered a speech to the industry....Show More Summary
New episodes of Top Gear will be coming to Netflix, one of the bosses of the popular online streaming service has confirmed. Speaking with The Guardian, Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos said distribution would match “the same deals” previous seasons of the show fell under. This means not every country where Netflix is...
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