Here are a few TV shows that will help you beat the coronavirus lockdown boredom.
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Was this a difficult watch? You bet your masala dosa it was! Even though each of the episodes was 20-30 minutes long, it felt like an eternity.
Subscribed members who have not watched anything for a year will get emails and in-app notifications asking them if they would want to continue their Netflix subscription.
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India has been under the coronavirus lockdown since March 14, and when you are about to give in to cabin fever, here are some TV shows to binge-watch to lift your spirits.
The major surge in Netflix accounts was seen in mid-March when several countries began to go on lockdowns.
The world's largest streaming service gained 15.8 million paying customers from January through March, bringing its global total to 182.9 million. Netflix had predicted it would add 7 million during the period.
Film and TV production has been shut down around the world as people shelter at home to help slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. The abrupt closures put hundreds of thousands of cast and crew members out of work.
I have the patience of a gadfly when it comes to watching season after season of shows.
The move comes as the coronavirus outbreak has forced educational institutions to shut down, and confined millions of students to their homes, compelling schools and colleges to tap virtual tools to keep the classes running.
The coronavirus pandemic, and the resulting move across the world towards working from home, has driven a boom in usage of online gaming, streaming and communications.
The company also added a feature to protect individual profiles by using a passcode to prevent children from accessing content not suited for them.
The service has over 50 shows available at launch and is working on another 175 originals that would be released within a year.
In times such as these when you will need to take comfort in music and movies, make the best use of your subscription to Netflix.
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Here are the biggest developments from the world of tech from the week ending March 28.
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Some shows, which were scheduled to be showcased a month later, may now see an earlier release.
The decision comes after the streaming giant also reduced traffic on networks in Europe to help internet service providers (ISPs) experiencing a surge in usage.
Companies like Amazon Prime Video are also temporarily lowering bit rates - a measure of how much data is being transferred - to ease pressure on telecom network infrastructure.