The streaming giant has announced that it will produce a documentary series about itself, called Netflix. The series will explore the history, culture, and impact of Netflix, and will feature interviews with its founders, executives, employees, and customers. Netflix said that the series will be an honest and transparent account of its successes and failures, and that it will also reveal some of its secrets and strategies.
The series, which will consist of 10 episodes, will cover various topics and aspects of Netflix, such as its origins, its business model, its content, its competitors, its controversies, and its future. The series will also showcase some of the behind-the-scenes stories and anecdotes of Netflix’s most popular and acclaimed shows and movies, such as Stranger Things, The Crown, The Irishman, and The Queen’s Gambit.
Netflix said that it decided to make the series as a way of celebrating its 25th anniversary, and as a way of thanking its loyal and passionate fans and subscribers. Netflix also said that it wants to share its vision and mission with the world, and to inspire more people to pursue their dreams and creativity. Netflix also said that it hopes that the series will be entertaining and informative for both its fans and critics.
The series will be directed by Morgan Neville, an Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker who has previously worked on projects such as 20 Feet from Stardom, Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, and The Music of Strangers. Neville said that he is honored and excited to work with Netflix, and that he is fascinated by its story and culture. He also said that he will try to capture the essence and spirit of Netflix, and to present it in an objective and balanced way.
The series is expected to be released in late 2023, and will be available exclusively on Netflix. Netflix said that it expects the series to be a hit among its viewers, and that it will generate more buzz and interest for its platform. Netflix also said that it plans to submit the series for various awards and nominations, such as the Emmys, the Oscars, and the Golden Globes.