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Danielle Brooks
The hardest part of production is not having too much fun. Honestly, all of us are really close friends now, so when we get together we love laughing until our stomachs hurts, so just remembering to rein it back can be challenging work. Somehow we find a way to pull it together.feedback
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NEW Jul 27 2017
In this page you'll find all points of view published about Netflix. You'll find 690 quotes on this page. You can filter them by date and by a person’s name. You can also see the other popular topics. The 3 people who have been quoted more about Netflix are: Reed Hastings, Ted Sarandos and Jim Cramer. Reed Hastings specifically said: “I think in 10 years we're going to think about our businesses, not just the real estate business, but also a very significant data business, and I think that data is going to help our customers, it's going to help our own decision-making, and who knows? If we're really successful at this, it could be a separate business that could be valued separately by the market. It's way too early to get that far ahead of our speed, but I'm really excited about those opportunities.”.
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James Purnell

You're fantastic. Of course, I would! The same as a left back and a right back in a football team, they [presenters] don't get paid the same.feedback

Will Smith

It was such a beautiful thing to get back with Dave. [Bright] was a bizarre world. It was this crazy mashup of the grit and that hard, rated-R grind of Training Day ... but then smashed with Lord of the Rings. You never get to be racist when you're black! You're like look man, I don't want no Orcs in my car!feedback

David Ayer

I was able to do some real (expletive). I was able to tell a real story. I was able to do my thing.feedback

Jim Cramer

These are all new earnings per share boosters that give you more reason to buy the darned stock. Sears, its pathetic partner, doesn't have that much left, but it does have one of the best brand names in appliances. They haven't savaged that. Kenmore's still good. You put Kenmore together with Amazon, you throw in Alexa so you can scream at your washing machine all you want to turn on, and voila, you're off to the races.feedback

Jim Cramer

Now, I'm not saying these stocks can't go down – Alphabet and Netflix both declined [Thursday]. I'm saying that they just keep making news, generating actual events and products that are indeed additive to earnings. Raising-numbers FANG. As long as that continues to happen, these stocks can continue to go higher, and you shouldn't feel foolish for pulling the trigger because they seem to introduce needle movers every single day of the week.feedback

Jim Cramer

Okja was Netflix's final release of the second quarter and I think it's the film that put international sign-ups over the top of domestics. Right story, right publicity, fabulous knowledge of South Korean culture, all things that the conventional studios reject or just don't even know how to do.feedback

Dick Costolo - Twitter

It's rough. You've got companies like Netflix, like Amazon, that can bring billions of dollars to bear on content. You don't have to always pick winners, you can just make a lot of picks. With shareholder constraints, it's a lot harder to do that.feedback

Will Smith

Netflix, I'm sure this will end soon but, they give you money to go make the movie you want to make. There is a difference between seeing a movie in a theater and seeing it on Netflix. But it's a different thing like it was a different thing in the early days of film, when you were on stage and there were stage plays, and then you went from stage plays to filmed entertainment. But then there's a different medium.feedback

Jim Strugger - MKM Partners

Netflix Inc.'s almost 13% jump (vs. NASDAQ up 0.5%) following 2Q earnings Monday night is a reminder that even as internet bellwethers have achieved significant scale they remain volatile around events.feedback

Tony Hall - BBC

We need to employ the very best. They help make the BBC what it is. That's the business we're in. And of course, we're in a market that is now even more competitive than ever. A decade ago it might have been just ITV or Sky or commercial radio. But now it's Netflix, Amazon or Apple.feedback

Tony Hall - BBC

A word of warning. You will of course draw your own conclusions ... But ... comparing people's pay is not straightforward. Very few do precisely the same thing - people working at the same show may have other - or different - commitments. We need to employ the very best - stars, great presenters, writers, actors, correspondents . We're in a market that is now even more competitive than ever. A decade ago it might have been just ITV or Sky or commercial radio. But now it's Netflix, Amazon or Apple.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

I think in 10 years we're going to think about our businesses, not just the real estate business, but also a very significant data business, and I think that data is going to help our customers, it's going to help our own decision-making, and who knows? If we're really successful at this, it could be a separate business that could be valued separately by the market. It's way too early to get that far ahead of our speed, but I'm really excited about those opportunities.feedback

Jim Cramer

As Reed says, Negative free cash flow will be an indicator of enormous success. In other words, Netflix is an entertainment company but is being valued as a tech company, as money managers believe it's all well and good to lose money now if you're going to dominate later.feedback

Jim Cramer

It's the same model as Amazon. Money managers backed Amazon because they knew, at a certain point, if they wanted to, they could raise the price of Prime offerings to make more money. The more Netflix knows about what people love, what you love, the more it can scale that love into not profits – as so many thought were needed – but subscribers. And by that metric, do you know that the stock of Netflix remains undervalued? Which is why, even after this run, it is still not too late to buy Netflix.feedback

Michael Pachter - Wedbush Securities

Its fine to say the system will change, but it changes gradually over 20 to 30 years, not overnight.feedback

Patrick Corcoran

People get excited going out to movies. The crowd is actually energizing. Netflix is disrupting television, it's not disrupting the movie business.feedback

Ross Gerber

There is a war in Hollywood right now and the war is the Netflix model versus the Hollywood model. Nobody is going to the movies. If it's not a tent-pole movie, people don't care anymore.feedback

Jim Cramer

Facebook figured out you use the internet to be able to tell personal narratives. Amazon figured out you use the internet to sell merchandise. Google figured out the internet to be able to do YouTube short form. These guys figured out the internet by being able to produce content that is loved in Korea and loved in Brazil and loved in Europe.feedback

Bruce McCain - Key Private Bank

Some of the sentiment measures recently seem to be coming in.feedback

Christopher Wheeler - Atlantic Equities

While GS has noted in the past that FICC revenues generally fall by circa 30% between Q1 and Q2, the market was expecting less of a fall given GS's underperformance in Q1 2017.feedback

Benjamin Swinburne - Morgan Stanley & Co. International

We believe the rapidly growing content offering, led by originals that in aggregate garnered 91 Emmy nominations last week, drove the stronger new sign-ups in 2Q. Netflix's growing exclusive original content slate has somewhat of a multiplier effect on growth, as content distributors around the world continue to go through an evolution in their approach to Netflix.feedback

Nat Schindler - Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Pricing is a big driver as sub gains take more time to achieve offsetting valuation gains, but price changes are immediate rev. and margin lift.feedback

Ted Sarandos - Netflix

We love that there's a deep-passioned fan base for a show. We just need it to be big enough to support the economics of that show so we don't create opportunity cost for future fans of new shows.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

It seems our growth just expands the market. The largely exclusive nature of each service's content means that we are not direct substitutes for each other, but rather complements.feedback

Ted Sarandos - Netflix

The more shows we add, the more likely in absolute numbers that you'll see cancellations, of course. But that's only novel on Netflix.feedback

David Wells - Netflix

Some of that viewing is concentrated, as our amortization methodology reflects, upfront in the sort of first release, the first month of release of that content on the site.feedback

Ross Gerber

Netflix has become a juggernaut in the entertainment industry. A drive down Sunset Blvd. shows it all, billboard after billboard of Netflix Hit shows. The entire cable industry is starting to be decimated by Netflix. Millennials don't buy cable anymore because there is actually all the content you need on Netflix and HBO. Now this phenomena has gone global.feedback

Robert Luna

Netflix is spending wildly to maintain its market share, yet new household penetration in the U.S. seems to be peaking and I believe that the holy grail of international expansion bulls hang their hopes on will ultimately disappoint.feedback

Hannu Verkasalo - Verto Analytics

As Netflix grows bigger, it is also gaining mass market consumers into their user base, which decreases average engagement metrics.feedback

Hannu Verkasalo - Verto Analytics

Netflix is going more and more towards the short-form competition and mobile competition.feedback

Javier Peña

Cocaine cartels are about succession. While the whole world was focused on Escobar, Cali became the biggest cocaine cartel in history.feedback

Doug Mitchelson - UBS

We expect Netflix's original content ramp to continue to drive accelerating international net additions, especially as Netflix increases investment in local content overseas and expands genres such as movies and non-fiction.feedback

James Purnell

You can't really expect a world-class BBC without world-class talent. Yes, we absolutely have been controlling costs of talent. But there's got to be a balance to strike. That's at a time when there's a boom out there, not just Netflix but Sky, Hollywood. The whole pressure out there is for talent costs to be going up, but we've been reducing them.feedback

James Purnell

It feels existential, really. The Crown is the only major programme Netflix or Amazon has made about the UK. I just think it will be a pivotal moment if we don't change what we do. We do typically pay less than the market but we pay enough to get great content. We are not the civil service. If you start treating the BBC as though it were the civil service it wouldn't be the BBC any more. We want to get to a position that maybe [BBC staff] are paid less, but paid enough not to leave.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

Password sharing is something you have to learn to live with, because there's so much legitimate password sharing, like you sharing with your spouse, with your kids .... so there's no bright line, and we're doing fine as is.feedback

Richa Chadda

A shift happened in television where the urban TV-watching audience got left behind with the kind of content that was being produced. Now with Amazon's entry, we have better content for the urban Indian, the educated Indian, the global Indian, who travels, who knows what to watch and who has exposure to series of the West.feedback

Malini Agarwal

He's actually breaking stereotypes with humor and being an American comic. So I think it's really easy now for people to say, like, Okay, I'm going to have an Indian actor come and audition for a role, and they're not just going to play the taxi driver.feedback

Jim Strouse

I'd never written anything for an actor [before]. Jessica and I, we know each other, we're friends. It was really helpful to visualize her and imagine her saying the [lines].feedback

Matt Maley

[Bank of America] hasn't been able to break above those March highs, and this is important because everybody is bulled up on the banks. We had the great stress test results, we've had big dividend increases and buyback increases are very positive. But we'll see what happens after earnings.feedback

Stacey Gilbert - Susquehanna

I think that's pretty interesting for a stock that's performed as well as it has year to date [and ] makes it interesting heading into an actual event where the stock could move.feedback

Serena Williams

I just turn on Netflix. A lot of people have trouble sleeping during pregnancy, but I've been fortunate.feedback

Chris Mundy

For us, the big question of the season was, can this family stay together somehow?feedback

Laura Linney

They all have secrets, and they're all going to learn a whole lot about each other.feedback

Chris Mundy

They disrupted, without knowing it, a whole ecosystem.feedback

Bill Dubuque

You've got highly intelligent people everywhere in the country, and you've got remarkably stupid people everywhere in the country. It's not geographically specific.feedback

Chris Mundy

I said 'I'm going to lay this out to you twice – once on a pure plot thriller level, and once on an emotional family level'. Because we thought of it as both things.feedback

Bill Dubuque

We thought, why don't we take this on a trip where the familial bond, and what these children are capable of, are actually benefited by what they've gone through rather than decimated by it?feedback

Bill Dubuque

When you hear the word 'Ozark,' there's this immediate perception of what you're dealing with. But to make it interesting, you've got to stand that on its head.feedback

Millie Bobby Brown

Ahhhh! Only in my dreams could I have imagined this. Thank you to the Television Academy for the incredible amount of love and support they have shown me and our show this morning. I have so much fun playing Eleven, and am forever grateful to The Duffers, Shawn Levy and Netflix for allowing me the opportunity to become her. This is an unbelievable honor, and I can't wait to dance the night away with the cast and Stranger Things team!feedback

Marti Noxon

The good thing about Netflix is it'll always be there! So if you're on the fence, you always have the option of waiting until you're in a better place.feedback

Lily Collins

I did of course do research about what the current state of affairs is in terms of the eating disorder community, and who's being affected, and I was surprised to see that something that was, way back when I was in the thick of it, it was typified as a fairly white, middle class, girl problem. And if it was, it really isn't anymore. It crosses all kinds of lines.feedback

Marti Noxon

The fact that there's this much conversation about it already affirms to me that it is an important issue. It's good that were talking about it before the film even premieres. I encourage people and their different points of view.feedback

Marti Noxon

I hoped that, I could convey through the movie the humanity of these characters, but also how incredibly frustrating and painful it is to go through this, and that it really is life or death. Of all the mental illnesses, anorexia has the highest morbidity rate. It's serious. So the gravity of it, I really tried to convey, but also to create compassion through these characters, by showing them as fully fleshed people.feedback

Richard Plepler - HBO

Right now password sharing is just simply not a big number. Should it become a big number, we will deal with it. We will change the number of concurrent streams that are available. But right now, the number really isn't significant.feedback

Orin Kerr

A lot of times you get legal clarity when there are cases. We just don't have cases because the government doesn't prosecute password-sharing cases, or hasn't, and the companies have not brought lawsuits either. So we just don't know.feedback

Jim Cramer

Given all the original content Netflix puts out, the failures are somewhat inevitable, and if anything, they'll have to increase. That's the law of large content. Still, the record is darned good, much better than everyone else, and that matters, especially when worldwide numbers are at stake and some content plays extraordinarily well overseas.feedback

Jim Cramer

We have consistently valued stocks under our coverage based upon the discounted present value of their future cash flows.' Goodie. That bit of ideology reminds me of that quote everybody attributes to Albert Einstein about the definition of insanity: doing the same thing over and over again expecting different results.feedback

Jim Cramer

Knowing the right metric has always been the key to picking good stocks. Wedbush has clearly picked the wrong metric. And sometimes, that's all that matters.feedback

Jim Cramer

You see, at a certain point, the prism you're using is just wrong, and you've got to to scramble. You have to adapt. You've got to find a new one. I don't mean to pick on Pachter, although I think 'Pick on Pachter' would be a great name for a sit-com, but periodically, there are stocks that defy the traditional metrics and you've just got to scrap those metrics if you want to understand the stock.feedback

Jim Cramer

In the last 24 hours, we heard that Facebook, letter F, is now going to charge for Messenger, one of its greatest yet-to-be-monetized assets. Letter A, Amazon? Prime Day exceeded all expectations, including the incredibly high ones that I set. N, Netflix, catching a lot of love just today from analysts who're seeing great international growth. And then ... Alphabet won a billion-dollar tax fight in Europe.feedback

Lily Collins

I nor Marti, nor anyone on the cast, would ever set out to make a film that would glamorize or encourage a disorder that I, and Marti, personally went through, that was so negative. So coming from that place, we just hope to start a conversation and look forward to people seeing the actual film.feedback

Lily Collins

There was never a weight goal, there was never a number. It's something that I decided to do as an actor for a role. You lose weight, you gain weight, you change your hair color. There's so many different things that you can physically change for a character. I always knew that we'd have the ability to have an amazing wardrobe team, makeup team, CGI team as well to help aid in those moments that needed to be specific in the script.feedback

Lily Collins

For me, it was a sign from the world saying, This is probably something that is actually bigger than you. There's a larger thing in play here and both are going to be able to better inform one another,' . When you have your life's mission and the mission of a project merge like this so beautifully, that's like total magic.feedback

Lily Collins

Marti was always very adamant that there were specific moments in the script that she wanted to show body parts, or there's only one time where you see her whole body. But other than that, it's not about glamorizing, fetishizing, showing images that didn't need to be seen. It was about the story.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

You often do your best thinking when you're off hiking in some mountain or something. You get a different perspective on things.feedback

Oprah Winfrey

Okay, from these days to these days, I'm not going to be checking into the office.feedback

Oprah Winfrey

Now, when I begin to feel exhausted, I pull back. When I don't, I absolutely become stressed, irritable, anxiety-prone and not the person I want to be in the world.feedback

Richard Branson - Virgin Group

Freed from the daily stresses of my working life, I find more likely to have insights into old problems.feedback

Conrad Clemson - Cisco Systems

A lot of service providers and content providers are very much in the experimental phase right now.feedback

Justin Patterson - Raymond James & Associates

If Netflix goes from a 30 per cent revenue growth story to a 10 per cent story, there is absolutely going to be more focus on their leaving money on the table.feedback

Dane Jasper

Internet providers should not be able to charge content creators–like Netflix, Hulu, or CNET–more money to stream their service, or have the ability to block others entirely. The internet should remain open and equal for all.feedback

Brad Paisley

I've played Telecasters my whole career. When Fender approached me about doing this model, I was drawn in by their willingness to make something that was obtainable. I didn't have any interest in starting out with some $10,000 guitar, because really, we're talking about a cutting board with electronics. You could chop vegetables on it and then play it. I didn't want to make something that was untouchable for anybody.feedback

Brad Paisley

It's much scarier to release an album. With something like a standup comedy special, the pressure feels like it's a little less, in the sense that we already did this in front of an audience. It's an edit of two shows. Everything sorta landed. The audience laughed that night, so that's good. At least the people in the room thought it was funny.feedback

Brad Paisley

[Hasselhoff] reminds me of a few of these guys that I've befriended over the years, like William Shatner or Little Jimmy Dickens. These guys that are iconic and don't take themselves too seriously. They're willing to be roasted, and they can admit their mistakes and laugh at themselves.feedback

Marti Noxon

You want to help other people understand and have compassion for something they've never experienced, but you also want people who have experienced it to feel understood and seen and to give people hope. At the same time we want it to be entertaining, so we were balancing a lot. This idea that the perfectionist quality of anorexics is their most defining trait. I appreciated their attempt to incorporate that as a real problem and a real illness. It didn't necessarily feel that the person writing it had really been through it.feedback

David Wells - Netflix

We could crack down on it, but you wouldn't suddenly turn all those folks to paid users.feedback

Glenn Hower - Parks Associates

There has been this kind of cavalier attitude about it. It hasn't been a priority.feedback

Donielle Bradshaw

I binge a lot of shows on Netflix. I don't think I could do without it.feedback

Bernadette Aulestia - HBO

For us it's more important that at that age where they are not financially independent quite yet, they are habituating to using the product to ultimately aspiring to becoming paid customers.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

If we are seen as an outside exploiter we will have problems. While I was travelling around Africa, I saw how people loved television. You could be in the middle of nowhere but having a TV was a prized possession.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

As long as you do great unique content, there's a market for you.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

It's not going to be hard for us to meet those quotas.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

If we have to choose, we are more entertainment. But we should aspire to be great at both.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

We say it's an honest discussion of what's going on in adolescent life.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

There are a lot of lessons for the young founder experiencing incredible growth. You are young and a lot of things hit all at once. Those are challenges much like a movie star who gets famous at a young age. Those who make it through like Facebook and Google are fantastic.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

If you think of any night this last month when you did not watch Netflix what did you do? Sports, gaming, watching linear TV . . . we compete with all of that. We even compete with sleep. We are just a very small player in the market for time and entertainment.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

We are modelled on sport and if you want to win a championship you have to have an incredible player in every position. It's not for everyone. If you want job security you don't go into sports - and you don't join Netflix.feedback

Salma Hayek

I was desperate because I have some back problems and they said, We only have a man. I prefer to have a girl, but I was desperate. I said, OK, bring him.feedback

Marti Noxon

It really came back to me that I was still myself. I think if you've recovered from a traumatic illness, mental or otherwise, sometimes you just think of yourself as being sick. But I remembered that I still had my personality. I still had a lot of humor to me. Eating disorders affect people of all genders, ages, races, ethnicities, body shapes, weights, sexual orientation and socioeconomic status.feedback

Marti Noxon

The character was going to have life to her. She wasn't just one-dimensional. It wasn't just about a sick person. It's about a person struggling with her real demons.feedback

Lily Collins

It was a new form of recovery for me. I was terrified that doing the movie would take me backward, but I had to remind myself that they hired me to tell a story, not to be a certain weight. In the end, it was a gift to be able to step back into shoes I had once worn but from a more mature place.feedback

Cynthia Bulik

Those people are less likely to seek treatment, they are less likely to be accurately diagnosed, because they don't fall within the stereotypical presentation that their physician might expect.feedback

Kristina Saffran

Triggers are everywhere in eating disorder recovery. In many ways, it would have been impossible to make any sort of film that didn't have the potential to trigger somebody who is struggling.feedback

Marti Noxon

Yeah. If I had seen where it leads, that no matter what you're going through and however you're externalizing your anger and your sadness, ultimately it becomes a question of 'how do you want to live?' The thing that my doctor did for me that so few people were doing was frame it not as a problem I had with food or my body, but a problem I had with my soul.feedback

Liana Rosenman

I thought it was very powerful. There is a sense of humor and wittiness in it as well as just understanding what it's like to have an eating disorder.feedback

Jeff Orlowski - Sundance

It just so happened that the barge was parked directly at a reef site in New Caledonia, and it gave great access; you could just take a boat out to it every day. The shots of the partyers just happened to be captured by one of the cinematographers, Andrew Ackerman. It was only in retrospect that we saw the irony of it.feedback

Jeff Orlowski - Sundance

We're documenting the planet dying. It's never going to be cheaper to repair the damage that's been done. I am guardedly optimistic, mostly because of the changes in technology and the changes in mind-set. The youth get it; the global audience gets it; and internationally, corporate, city, municipal forces get it. There's a problem, we know what's causing it, and we know what the solutions are, and we are at the tipping point of accepting those solutions.feedback

Jeff Orlowski - Sundance

We hadn't planned on making a series. Making 'Chasing Ice' really had awakened me to the urgency of the climate change problem, and this looked like an opportunity to tell a new story, and also one that had a very different visual aspect.feedback

Jeff Reeves

Taco Bell had three rather messy food poisoning scares in about 10 years, Ford's explorer rollover issues are a distant memory and nobody even remembers when Netflix angered everyone with its ill-advised Qwikster plan. Brands always bounce back because consumers have a painfully short memory. In fact, if you look at the numbers Chipotle is already tracking a new record for revenue and double-digit sales growth next year.feedback

Ava DuVernay

I had an extraordinary experience working with Netflix on "13TH" and am overjoyed to continue this exploration of the criminal justice system as a narrative project with Cindy Holland and the team there. The story of the men known as Central Park Five has riveted me for more than two decades. In their journey, we witness five innocent young men of color who were met with injustice at every turn – from coerced confessions to unjust incarceration to public calls for their execution by the man who would go on to be the President of the United States.feedback

Elon Musk - Tesla Motors

You can't say: 'Nobody wants a car because horses are great and we're used to them. They can eat grass [and] there's lots of grass all over the place and there's no gasoline people can buy, so people are never going to get cars.' People did say that, you know.feedback

Elon Musk - Tesla Motors

We get through life by reasoning by analogy, which essentially means copying what other people do with slight variations. And you have to do that. Otherwise, mentally, you wouldn't be able to get through the day. But when you want to do something new, you have to apply the [first principles] approach.feedback

Elon Musk - Tesla Motors

Somebody could say, in fact people do, that battery packs are really expensive and that's just the way they'll always be, because that's the way they've been in the past. Well, no, that's pretty dumb, because if you applied that reasoning to anything new, then you would never be able to get to that new thing.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

We ask people to do what you would think is best for the company. We don't give them any more guideline than that.feedback

Reid Hoffman - LinkedIn

It seemed inevitable to [Hastings], that streaming entertainment would eclipse DVDs, just as surely as the combustion engine eclipsed the horse and carriage.feedback

Tony Hall - BBC

Our ambition to reinvent the BBC for a new generation is our biggest priority for next year. The new funding we've announced today for our children's services – the biggest investment for a generation – will help us ensure we can maintain our reputation for world-class programs across our linear channels, but also increasingly offer a personalized online offering for our younger viewers.feedback

Marc Maron

My entire body fit into the jumbo pouch and that wasn't really the idea of the scene.feedback

Alice Webb - BBC

Our audience is rapidly changing, and now more than ever we need to keep up. We're home to the most popular kids' TV channels in the UK, but as our audience increasingly move[s] online, it's our job to stay relevant, inspiring and engaging them on whichever platform they choose.feedback

Kate Nash

I found the whole thing very empowering. I did three (nude scenes). I think this whole show for me was about embracing my body and accepting myself and, you know, working with Jenji Kohan and such a strong group of female creators. There was so much purpose to what we were doing with our bodies, it never felt like it was wrong or weird. And she was an incredible leader because she made time for us and her time was very limited. But she would always check. Doing my first nude scene, she made sure I was being looked after and how to navigate.feedback

Marc Maron

It wasn't that little – a jumbo pouch, they had to go and get a different one. When they tried on the normal size, I was like, No way – go get the big one.feedback

Marc Maron

No-one looked after me in my nude scene. They just left me hanging – literally – in a little pouch.feedback

Kate Nash

I had never been on such a long-term acting project with a big production and I had incredible cast mates and Alison as a leader to kind of guide me. And she was an incredible leader because she made time for us and her time was very limited. But she would always check. Doing my first nude scene, she made sure I was being looked after and how to navigate.feedback

Josh Krichefski - Mediacom

The BBC's investment in video, live online programming, vlogs, podcasts, games and apps indicates that it will place online at the very core of everything it does. In a digital world, this is a positive step in the right direction, but the key will be to attract younger audiences whilst also ensuring existing BBC viewers don't feel alienated and that BBC heritage in high quality content is maintained.feedback

Josh Krichefski - Mediacom

The likes of Netflix, Now TV and Amazon have spent many years building their offering and they have the subscribers and industry power to show for it. But even they suffer if viewers don't respond well to content quality and storytelling.feedback

Jeff Bock

There's a huge paradigm shift in what people want to see. And that's no longer in movie theaters.feedback

Pedro Herrera III

The idea was, What if my immigrant cousin got into hip-hop, what would he say and do?feedback

Tom Petty

I need a new Netflix show, does anyone have any suggestions? Well, see? Things can work even when you don't realize it.feedback

John Janedis - Jefferies

Our longer term view is unchanged. We continue to believe that emerging competition, elevated programming costs, and cash burn trends are risks that are not fully appreciated in NFLX's valuation.feedback

John Janedis - Jefferies

Management has tied the outperformance of original programming to periods of higher [subscriber] growth, which continues to be the biggest driver for the stock on a quarterly basis. If NFLX's platform is more conducive to producing 'viral' content, this could be a sustainable advantage over traditional media platforms as well as other digital platforms with less scale.feedback

Adam Jonas - Morgan Stanley & Co. International

These firms could cede 100 percent of the value of content to the likes of Apple, Alphabet, Pandora, Sirius or Netflix. On the other hand, they could say: 'Wait a second. This is our venue. Our OLED screen. Our speakers. Our HMI. Our seats. Our software. Let's at least give the customer a choice of using our own apps before we too quickly go the way of the pure handset manufacturers.feedback

Richard Broughton

More and more Freeview households are starting to spend on pay-TV in some way, 45 per cent take a subscription service but it is mostly Netflix or Amazon. Reducing the monthly TV package cost could also allow them to reduce the Now TV monthly pass cost to attract more occasional viewers without cannibalising the higher-value satellite TV base.feedback

Adam Chesnoff - Partner Communications Company

In the United States we are we seeing similar narrow bundles and skinny bundle services and we think Israeli is going to adopt it very quickly.feedback

Isaac Benbenisti - Orange

The market is changing. We see how people consume content - it's different. We see the massive movement from traditional TV to the open world. People are looking for open devices to watch Netflix and YouTube. We are combining the traditional TV, the traditional way people consume content, with the open world.feedback

Ben Dunbar

You have Netflix spending over $6 billion, Amazon over $4 billion and Hulu, who already has the connections with the studios. It's a tough space to come in at this point, and its very, very different from where Facebook's been. Hollywood is a completely different monster. People have come into Hollywood for a long time and they dump money into it and then, you know, you don't see success.feedback

Corey Barrett

What really stood out to us was that [cord-cutting] was most pronounced among Hulu subscribers. There's a misconception that Netflix is actively driving cord-cutting behaviour.feedback

Kate Nash

When you're a woman, you have such a strange relationship with your body because – especially when you're in the public eye – you're constantly being judged. People comment on my body all the time in a really inappropriate way, in a way I find completely offensive[. I] saw it in serious newspapers where I've been called 'too fat' and 'too ugly' to be a popstar. It's so weird, but people feel like they can say that to you.feedback

Kate Nash

Everything's slightly different now because feminism is now front and center. It's mainstream. There are still s– magazines that will look at women's bodies. But I've seen reactions from influencers, and if someone talks about a women and the way she looks, women jump in like 'no, you can't f–– say that. What's it to do with you?' . On the show, we have a purpose that isn't just to look good, it's to learn to wrestle and run the ropes. On set, I was pushing myself physically, doing things I never expected I could do. It empowered me, and I feel very confident and assertive.feedback

Kate Nash

Women are being more accepted and there's more awareness of people's sexuality, gender, race and other issues in the world.feedback

Corey Barrett

As a function of that, you have players coming from outside the existing pay-TV ecosystem that are likely much more disruptive to the current ecosystem and drive heavier cord-cutting than what we've seen.feedback

Alison Brie

Right off the bat, I was surprised at my own strength and athleticism. I think all of us were surprised by our own power. GLOW is a show about women and women's bodies and them having control over their own bodies. You have to find your inner power and let it glow!feedback

Alison Brie

All the women on the show, we really were cheering each other on. We're all walking much taller and holding ourselves differently in day-to-day life.feedback

Carla Engelbrecht Fisher - Netflix

We have built the tools to be able to offer this to our creators, who have stories to tell. It's all about the stories.feedback

Doug Lancaster - Dreamworks Animation SKG

At any given point, you don't really know what's gone before. There were events that have both happened and not happened, so you can't refer back to stuff… It was almost more like writing a sketch show than regular narrative.feedback

Carla Fisher - Netflix

Kids are already engaging in content this way. They talk to their characters, they touch things, they swipe on things… The kids get super excited when they get to make choices. And parents get excited that their kids are making choices.feedback

Carla Fisher - Netflix

We think a lot about what can we do that others can't do. It's innovating on storytelling…And it's another way for us to put control into the members' hands.feedback

Mitchell Hurwitz

Our brains like to make stories out of things and that requires order. I pretty quickly realized everything here is about the order of telling the stories, that there will be shows where you find out a little bit of information and then later shows where you revisit the scene and you find out more information–and that's not fun in reverse.feedback

Doug Lancaster - Dreamworks Animation SKG

I didn't really know it was a possibility before. As soon as it came up as something we could do, I desperately wanted to do it.feedback

Carla Fisher - Netflix

We're all about giving our members choices and options and ways to engage in their stories.feedback

Carla Fisher - Netflix

Whether there should be an ear in that image is a hot topic of debate right now. There's fair probability that when you see it on July 14 there's an ear there.feedback

Carla Engelbrecht Fisher - Netflix

This project has taken two-and-a-half years, it's been a long time coming and it's all about how to make the members' experience better. Kids think everything is there to be interacted with so we took all those things and it was this great 'a-ha' moment – we can put kids into the directors' seat and let them control the story. We have tested with kids as young as four but they often had younger siblings there and they all understand touch screens and they love that they get to choose and pick.feedback

Alison Brie

This whole job has been totally female-forward. Our creators are women, our producers are women, 14 members of the cast are women.feedback

Britt Baron

You become really close really quickly when you're in each other's armpits.feedback

Alison Brie

GLOW is about a 1985 women's wrestling television show. There's a lot of crotch-to-face.feedback

David Rosenberg - AeroFarms

That's been the case this year. We're all focused on the FANG stocks [Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google parent Alphabet], and yet very quietly the German DAX in U.S. dollar terms is up roughly 16 percent so far this year. That to me, if you're looking for a great reflation trade, [says] Germany seems to be one.feedback

Carla Engelbrecht Fisher - Netflix

They are used to pressing play on the remote, setting it down and then just leaning back on the couch and letting Netflix roll. In this case, we actually need them to hold on to the remote. We don't want it lost in the couch cushions. We need you to lean forward a little bit to engage with the choices.feedback

Carla Engelbrecht Fisher - Netflix

As you can imagine, with two years of development, I'm really excited to see how our members engage with this. From there, we've built this tool set for our creators, and it's ultimately about finding creators who want to tell complex stories in this way. We'll see where things go.feedback

Warren Littlefield

It is overwhelming the amount of content that comes to me every single day.feedback

Warren Littlefield

I have a kitchen table that no one can sit at and no one can have a meal at it. It's that filled with DVDs.feedback

Cindy Holland - Netflix

We consider Netflix a home for the industry's most compelling storytellers and are responsible for finding equally innovative ways to present their stories.feedback

John Landgraf

I'll put a number on it – it's 10 times crazier. It's ridiculous. I kind of doubt that there's an Emmy voter who is going to vote for a show because you bought them a cheeseburger. I have more faith in the electorate than that. I think they'll vote for the shows that they think are the best.feedback

Mark Cuban

The more you know about technology, the more experiences you've had, and the more exposures you've had to the pluses and minuses. The hard part is getting them to read. Like I love to read the newspaper. I saw my dad read the newspaper. My mom read the newspaper. And it became a normal course of keeping up with things.feedback

Mark Cuban

Now my daughter tries to say discovery on Snapchat is keeping up. I'm on Snapchat, I get to see the discover right? It's not the same.feedback

Mark Cuban

I'm not going to lie, I paid my son $150 to not watch those videos for two months. But he could earn if he watched math videos, or did math problems for me, he could earn time to watch Minecraft videos.feedback

Mark Cuban

I have installed Cisco routers ... I have management software. So, it says what apps they're using so I can shut off their phone activity. I'm sneaky as can be. And she hates it. That's the downside of having a geeky dad, you know. I can figure all this stuff out.feedback

Bob Bakish

You could say a product like Netflix which is priced around $10 and has tens of millions of subs(cribers) in the U.S. alone indicates there should be interesting demand at that level of the market.feedback

Atul Malhotra

In romantic relationships, there's frequently a kind of dual identity. When you're a young man dating a young woman, and you relate to each other in a particular way as young adults, and then you meet her family and you have to contend with someone who's now playing the role of a vestal virgin, practically. It goes both ways, of course.feedback

Atul Malhotra

I was almost never seeing Asian people represented onscreen in a non-two-dimensional way – they're almost always comic foils who need a white savior. Or they're terrorists or wife-beaters. They don't even speak in a manner I recognize.feedback

Jairo Popeye Velásquez

I have my mafia soul; this you don't ever forget. I'm looking for my second chance in society [through film]. If I don't find it, the rifle is an option and the mafia is an option.feedback

Jairo Popeye Velásquez

Everyone says, how are you going to make a movie with a gangster like Popeye? I'm a legend. Let it hurt whoever it hurts. This legend is searching for a space in society through film.feedback

Jairo Popeye Velásquez

I like to shoot and I like the mafia. I like the adrenaline and I like crime. I no longer want to do it in the streets; I don't want to kill anyone else. So I'll do it in the movies. They killed people at stoplights, in streets. They dismembered people, beheaded people, took out their eyes, cut off their fingers. Medellín transferred that [experience] to film.feedback

Jairo Popeye Velásquez

If the guerrillas take the political power that [current President Juan Manuel Santos] is giving them, I'll head to the mountains and confront all of them with a rifle and 500 men. It will be an army of the ultra-right.feedback

Robert Icke

It makes me really angry because theatre has a big problem with younger audiences. The industry's going to have to address it and sort it out because otherwise we're dead. In 50 or 60 years, there will be no audience. It's sort of a one shot kill now because theatre is so expensive that it's our responsibility to make it as exciting as Netflix or the Xbox. So that if there is somebody who's never been to see this play, or indeed a Shakespeare play, or maybe any play before...I want them to leave thinking 'that was exciting. And I might like to do that again, or go back and see something else.feedback

Phil Stokes - PricewaterhouseCoopers

The failure in this market is the high street retailers, supermarkets and specialist stores [that sell DVDs and Blu-ray]. As well as the shift to digital a lot of physical buying is from services like Amazon. And online streaming is bypassing high street retailers.feedback

Lucie Greene

Alibaba is now a major investor in entertainment. We're also seeing more Silicon Valley influence in Hollywood – Netflix, and Amazon, now winning major awards for their original films. This also poses exciting new territory for mediums and storytelling, using new technology.feedback

Nick Kroll

We saw these two guys buying individual copies of Never Have Your Dog Stuffed, Alan Alda's autobiography. We followed them around for a bit and just fell in love. They typify a very specific kind of New York personality.feedback

Jack White

What about a guy who doesn't know what he's doing, is completely out of his element, unattractive, probably not that funny… what would that be like?feedback

Jim Cramer

Amazon and Netflix are much harder for me because they're so difficult to value. All I can say is there's nothing wrong with either of these companies, but the stocks do take breathers now and then, and when they do take them, well, they've been rewarding to buy. I don't know why this time would be any different.feedback

Mark Mahaney

I think [it] still gives you more than 20 percent upside between now and the year of the year. I won't want to tell you to back up the truck on Facebook.feedback

Mark Mahaney

Netflix is a stretch valuation. It has been for a long time. We only see small, single-digit upside to the price target.feedback

Mark Mahaney

You've got this sector that's up about 30 percent year to date and trades off 3 percent in one day that does not strike me as a big buying opportunity.feedback

Craig Erwich

It's not so much how many people are watching. It's what's their intensity of a relationship to the show. You might have the show that might not have the biggest audience, but if it's a bunch of those people's favorite show and if the economics bear out, it's a show that can stick out. One of the things that TV does really well is that audiences love discovering people.feedback

Jennifer Salke

I don't wake up anymore with a pit in my stomach at 4:45 to look and see if a show I love is dead or alive on arrival.feedback

Karey Burke

They're going after similar shows. 13 Reasons Why' was a script we had, and I loved it. I had, like, a day, and the agents said, Sorry, it's going to Netflix.feedback

Jennifer Salke

There were some real discoveries that have broken out in an incredible way.feedback

Gary Levine

In some ways we may be hurting ourselves because the brass ring still is the long ongoing series, where network invests in a show, audience invests in those characters, and the love flows in all directions for many, many years. Limited series are great, a lovely complement to that, but by no means a substitute for it.feedback

Gary Levine

We've had a lot of success in luring great actors to television to do ongoing many, many years series. If those actors can play in the TV sandbox and only commit to eight hours one season, that's tempting, and with very generous fees to boot.feedback

Nick Grad

I'm glad they're canceling shows. I don't know what their ratings are. They obviously have to start making decisions. They can't have 10,000 shows on. I think it brings them back in the ecosystem of where we're all trying to kind of make the best shows and make the best decisions.feedback

Gloria Mendoza - Netflix

It's not too late, . Nobody's dead. We can still pull back.feedback

Stephen Colbert

Comey first met with Trump on January 6th to let him know about some so-called 'salacious intelligence'. Oh, c'mon, that's the oldest trick in the book. You invite your FBI director over for a movie, saying it's going to be a 'group thing.' When he shows up, it's just the two of you. Can't make Netflix word so, you know… so you obstruct justice. Basically, Comey treated Trump like the T-Rex in Jurassic Park. It makes sense, they both have the same sized hands. Mr. President, that's not a cloud. Meteorologists call that a shitstorm.feedback

Selena Gomez

The content is complicated, it's dark and it has moments that are honestly really hard to swallow. I understood that we were going into something that is difficult, but these kids today are so exposed to things that I would never even have comprehended when I was eight. My cousin teaches third grade and they're doing things and saying things that I couldn't even fathom. I feel like if this is what we are going to talk about, we might as well do it in a way that's going to be honest, it's going to be real, and it stays true to the book.feedback

Selena Gomez

All the questions that came up and all the talk about it was all valid and I understand it. But I think with season two we're going to actually answer a lot of those questions and a lot of resolution with the characters are going to come. I think that stuff is uncomfortable for people to talk about, but it is happening and hopefully it opened the door for people to actually accept what's happening and actually go and change it, talk about it.feedback

Joost van Dreunen - SuperData Research

The games industry has followed the same example investors have seen with Netflix. Entertainment in general is undergoing this tremendous shift.feedback

Wesley Lebeau

This will cause a profound disruption and force free-to-air TV players in Europe to consolidate their market.feedback

Jacob de Tusch-Lec

The patchy digital strategy and the dilution stemming from the cap hike make them the typical artificial growth stock. I held ProSieben from 2010 and it's been a great story for some time. It's not clear what the next chapter will be.feedback

Wesley Lebeau

U.S.-based over-the-top players will eventually get better than European broadcasters at matching customers' expectations in every market in which they operate thanks to their data analytics capabilities.feedback

Selena Gomez

I understood that we were going into something that is difficult, but these kids today are so exposed to things that I would never even comprehend when I was 8. I feel like if this is what we are going to talk about, we might as well do it in a way that's going to be honest. It's going to be real and it stays true to the book. All the questions that came up and all the talk about it was all valid and I understand it. But I think with season two we're going to actually answer a lot of those questions and a lot of resolution with the characters are going to come.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

It is probably fair to say I recognized the power of personalization maybe more than other people, because I had seen it in my own working life.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

In our society as a democracy, I think it is healthy that there is a debate about what are the goals of public education. I've always been a little cynical and jaundiced about technology. The tech can help, but it is often oversold.feedback

Ryan Sullivan

There may be a Planet Fitness or Netflix membership they haven't used in years that is still taking from their accounts, or a free trial that expired and is now charging. Technology has made it easier for us to be less cognizant of every little payment we're being charged. When reviewing a physical statement and writing out a check, you're more likely to notice what I call 'parasite charges.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

What really matters is I hope our hit ration is way too high right now. So, we've canceled very few shows…I'm always pushing the content team, we have to take more risk. You have to try more crazy things, because we should have a higher cancel rate overall. Because then, what you get is you get some winners that are just unbelievable winners, like 13 Reasons Why. Over the last three months [13 Reasons Why] has been a big hit for us. And you know, it surprised us too. I mean, it was a great show, but we didn't realize just how it would catch on.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

The two films, The Meyerowitz Stories and Okja, got in [to Cannes] on their own on artistic merit… they were just normal movies. But sometimes the establishment is clumsy when they try and shut out the insurgent and then the insurgent's role is to play that up. Where someone picks a fight with us, that gets a lot of attention which then brings attention [to our films]. The establishment closing ranks against us. See Okja on Netflix June 28th. Amazing film that theatre chains want to block us from entering into Cannes film festival competition.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

We don't really want a fight with anyone. What we're trying to do is have great movies and have them be shown everywhere. But where someone picks a fight with us, that gets a lot of attention … it's been fantastic for us.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

As we grow the membership base, we want to grow the current budget. There are so many great shows we don't have yet. We hope that over time that the theaters will wake up and say we should provide consumer choice. It's been great for talent and writers. There is so much competition. All the new players and the existing players like HBO are beginning to grow. It is this new age of television.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

They are so scary. Everything Amazon does is so amazing. How are they doing so many business areas so well? We are continuing to watch them and be impressed with them. People want on-demand. They want to be able to control when and how they watch. With that, we are a growing whole industry.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

Everything Amazon does is so amazing. How are they doing so many business areas so well? They are trying to repeal the basic laws of business. They are awfully scary I would say. As we grow the membership base, we want to grow the current budget. There are so many great shows we don't have yet. We are going to continue as we growth the member ship base to try and get more shows and more movies. Very few people have cut the cord.feedback

Tim Nollen

They have the capacity to produce more content, which they can put exclusively on their own streaming services that will help drive subscribers, but they have to be smart about how they invest. The cost of content only goes up.feedback

Salvatore Muoio

But if you own the rights to a show, it can make up for a few duds because you have other revenue streams.feedback

Chris Reining

If you try to downsize your house, get rid of all your cars and make all of these drastic changes, it's so overwhelming and you're not going to do any of it.feedback

Emmie Martin - CNBC

If I choose to go out to dinner, I skip the wine. If I head to the bar, I commit to cooking dinner myself when I get home.feedback

Maria Ferreras - Netflix

Israeli customers have shown strong enthusiasm for Netflix content since we launched here just over a year ago. With more than 1,000 hours of new original Netflix content slated for 2017, we are delighted to work with Partner to offer a fantastic new way through which Netflix customers can seamlessly access and enjoy our service.feedback

Mike Schuh

Our total available market in late 1998 was one million households. It was the intersection between people who were online and [people who] own DVD players.feedback

Mike Schuh

There are plenty of smart people, but he [has] an intellectual curiosity that allows him to continue to take in new information. I think in the case of many adults, you hit an age at which that's really not possible anymore. It's awfully hard as the CEO to tell the board ... I recommended this a few months ago, but it really is not working the way we thought, so we should stop.feedback

Mike Schuh

A simple way to think about how to build an early-stage company where there's no one to follow is to figure out what's working and do more of it, and to figure out what isn't working and stop it immediately. Many good CEOs are effective at the former, very few at the latter. The value proposition was you go online, you order a movie, it arrives by mail, you watch it for as long as you want and mail it back. Although it seems fairly straightforward today, it made people shake their heads.feedback

Mike Schuh

The price competition with Blockbuster could have destroyed us. The big challenges include almost running out of money. For any CEO and any company, that's a big one. At some point in your investing experience, you have to accept the fact that with the right team, these issues can be dealt with. Reed is an incredibly gracious ... humble guy, and he is wicked smart. Reed's a visionary. I don't mean in the 'I'm the smartest guy in the room' sense. I mean someone who is capable of thinking of first principles and also yet at the visionary level.feedback

Kelly Williams Brown

If someone pushes, I will say, Oh, I'm so sorry, I have plans with my family.' Because I am my family. And my plans are to watch Netflix instead of going to an expensive group dinner.feedback

Chad Morganlander

The reason a lot of these tech companies have moved quite to the upside is that revenue growth has been strong as well as earnings have been strong. Money managers are crowding into that trade to try and beat their benchmarks. Apple, I wouldn't say is super-rich. But when you start looking at a Netflix, an Amazon, or a Facebook ... then you're starting to get into nosebleed territory. So buyer beware here. You saw that, back in the late '90's into the early 2000s. Not that we're in a bubble yet, but we have to, of course, be much more circumspect and cautious.feedback

Topher Grace

Mostly just to hang out with everyone 'cause it's such a great group of people and I miss them so much. I love that group. I thought I was lucky to get the part but I now realize I was really lucky to get a part that was with that group of people. We were all happy to be following him through the desert. Watching him create this character in front of us during rehearsal was like an acting master class. We all should have had to pay to watch this guy.feedback

Dennis Davitt - Harvest Volatility Management

I've seen a lot of really good investors lose a great amount of money on stocks like Netflix, and that usually comes from when they short them. I think Rob's right, personally. But if Rob's not right, it costs you 5 percent to own the 'insurance policy' on the stock.feedback

Michael Olson - Piper Jaffray

While our Netflix EPS estimate is above consensus for 2020, it implies market penetration and contribution margin levels well below where domestic was at that stage in its lifecycle, suggesting we, and the Street, may be modeling 2020 profitability too low.feedback

Michael Olson - Piper Jaffray

It's highly unlikely that Netflix will be at 51% int'l (penetration of broadband HHs) share by end of 2020, but we would also argue that a 35ppt difference in penetration between the two markets at that point in their respective life-cycles appears large. While int'l may not attain similar margin & penetration levels by 2020, we increasingly believe assumptions appear overly conservative.feedback

Baz Luhrmann

When I was asked to come to the center of The Get Down to help realize it, I had to defer a film-directing commitment for at least two years. This exclusivity has understandably become a sticking point for Netflix and Sony, who have been tremendous partners and supporters of the show. It kills me that I can't split myself into two and make myself available to both productions. But the simple truth is, I make movies. And the thing with movies is, that when you direct them, there can be nothing else in your life.feedback

Baz Luhrmann

The simple truth is, I make movies. And the thing with movies is, that when you direct them, there can be nothing else in your life. Since The Get Down stopped, I have actually been spending the last few months preparing my new cinematic work….feedback

Brian d'Arcy James

I knew her from Wizards of Waverly Place. My daughter is 15, so I knew exactly who Selena Gomez was because I watched her everyday for about five years on television.feedback

Brian d'Arcy James

When we finally did, I have to say, she was so sweet. Selena was so sweet and kind and just a great, great person. [She] really took the time to speak with my daughter and her buddy that were there and they were over the moon. It was fantastic.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

Netflix was originally a single rental service, but the subscription model was one of a few ideas we had–so there was no Aha! moment.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

Movies over the Internet are coming, and at some point it will become big business.feedback

Taika Waititi

Most people know I'm a huge Michael Jackson fan, so the main thing for me is to make sure it's respectful of him and his legacy.feedback

Paolo Pescatore - CCS Insight

There's been a rush toward online video services and so-called 'skinny' bundles, accompanied by a proliferation of separate apps for each provider. But in reality, customers will not want to sign up to numerous services, receive more bills and be forced to open several apps to find the content they want.feedback

Paolo Pescatore - CCS Insight

In our view, the disparate and disjointed nature of these apps will lead frustrated customers to reengage with big content bundles delivered over internet connections.feedback

Alex Green - Amazon.com

For the first time, Prime members in the U.K. and Germany will be able to choose to watch premium TV channels without having to sign up to a bundle or a contract, giving them the freedom to pay for only what they want to watch. From live sport to Bollywood, arthouse cinema to reality TV, and award-winning TV shows from popular channels like Discovery and ITV, Amazon Channels gives power back to customers to choose exactly what they want to watch.feedback

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