After the success of House of Cards, Netflix has announced Sense8, a sci-fi series from the creators of The Matrix and Babylon 5.
"Sense8," which Netflix calls a "global tale of minds linked and souls hunted," will be available exclusively to members late next year, the company says.
Netflix recruits a big-name studio and high-profile creators for another original that appears to be truly original -- a psychological thriller about the secrets between adult siblings.
Separate user profiles are set to stop kids, friends or spouses using your account from skewing your Netflix recommendations.
In a show of confidence, Netflix greenlights another season of prison dramedy "Orange Is the New Black" before subscribers have seen it.
Netflix is introducing a new option that lets you pay more and enjoy four streams at once, as opposed to the current limit of two.
Netflix' own high-class political thriller isn't staying online-only for long -- you can buy the full first season in two months' time.
CEO Reed Hastings: "If it's not exclusive and on cable and other services, it's pleasant to watch but it's not reinforcing why customers should stay with Netflix."
Waggish American comedy Arrested Development starring Jason Bateman is all set to whimsy its way onto Netflix on 26 May.