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Netflix set to buy Roald Dahl novels in record-breaking deal

An acquisition is a rare event for the streamer - the company has made fewer than 10 in the past decade - and this would be its biggest

WA Today | September 22, 2021

Netflix Acquires Roald Dahl Story Company To Produce Cinematic Universe

The new deal will expand the Roald Dahl collection across a number of media formats

The Daily Caller | September 22, 2021

Netflix drops trailer, September air date for Britney Vs. Spears documentary

Netflix bosses have dropped a full trailer for their much-anticipated Britney Spears documentary, Britney Vs. Spears, which will air next week. An 18-second teaser for the long-rumoured project dropped on Tuesday, in the form of an audio clip of the beleaguered pop superstar leaving a message for an attorney in 2009, according to The Hollywood []

Toronto Sun | September 22, 2021

Matilda, Willy Wonka join Netflix catalog as company buys Roald Dahl''s works

Netflix has bought the works of Roald Dahl, including classics such as "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" and "Matilda," in a competitive move against Disney+ and HBO Max.

KSL | September 22, 2021

Ticker: Leicester to buy Becker College campus; Netflix buys Wonka author Dahls catalog

Voters in Leicester have overwhelmingly approved the towns purchase of the campus of now-closed Becker College. The town will move forward with an assessment of the property to determine how the buildings will be used, whether any should be sold and what is needed for maintenance, The Telegram & Gazette reported. The college, which had []

Boston Herald | September 22, 2021

Netflix acquires rights to Roald Dahls books

Los Angeles, Sep 23 (IANS) Streaming giant Netflix has got the golden ticket as it has acquired the rights of novelist Roald Dahls books. The deal means the streaming giant will own creations like Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and The BFG, reports Netflix will control what happens to them in publishing as well [] The post Netflix acquires rights to Roald Dahls books appeared first on Buziness Bytes .

Buziness Bytes | September 22, 2021

RICHARD KAY: What will Harry and Meghan say about Netflix''s £500m for ''Roald the Rotten''?

RICHARD KAY: Netflix, the streaming giant whose bottomless pockets have helped keep Prince Harry and Meghan afloat in California, has secured a deal for the catalogue of Roald Dahl''s books.

Daily Mail Online | September 22, 2021

How to check your Netflix history to see which movies and series youve watched | the answers

Lima, September 22, 2021Updated on 09/22/2021 at 05:40 PM Netflix It is the most famous all over the world. Millions of people log in every

The Daily Guardian | September 22, 2021

Here’s everything coming to Netflix in October 2021 — and what’s leaving

'You,' 'The Baby-Sitters Club' and 'Locke & Key' return for new seasons, along with 'Seinfeld' and original movies with Jake Gyllenhaal, Megan Fox and Princess Diana

Yahoo | September 22, 2021

Netflix gives away free TV shows and films as it struggles to find new users

The mobile plan will roll out in Kenya this week to encourage growth in African markets

Yahoo | September 22, 2021

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