Netflix – See What’s Next

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Netflix – See What’s Next

Netflix on a phone with a MacBook and glasses.

Netflix on a phone with a MacBook and glasses.

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Netflix on a phone with a MacBook and glasses.

Source: Flickr, Stock Catalog

Source: Flickr, Stock Catalog

Netflix on a phone with a MacBook and glasses.

Marcus Anh, Staff Writer

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Almost everyone knows the app Netflix. It has become the world’s pipeline for filmed entertainment, streaming some of the most famous movies and television shows.

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Netflix is only allowed to present its content or it has to get permission from the creator of the movie or TV show. Something most people enjoy about Netflix is they can play, pause, resume, and rewind what they were watching. Madisyn Orpin, a seventh-grader at McAuliffe Middle School claims, “I like Netflix because there are no commercials.” 

Furthermore, Netflix is not free. The standard streaming plan costs $12.99 per month and allows users to watch on two screens at a time in high definition (HD). The Premium streaming plan costs $15.99 per month. Premium allows subscribers to watch Netflix on different devices. This can be a reasonable price for a streaming app with no commercials and the option to pause and play.    

Overall, Netflix and apps like these are all based on user opinion or experience. Whether other people think it is the best or not is ultimately their decision.