Netflix might turn into the very thing it disrupted: Cable TV

“[If] you’re Netflix and you've been in the business of creating TV shows and movies for maybe 10 or 12 years or so, that's a tough hill to climb — to be able to compete with companies that have been doing this for upwards of close to 100 years,” says LA Times reporter Ryan Faughnder. Photo by Shutterstock.

Netflix is trying to reassert itself as a streaming giant, but it projects losing some 2 million subscribers over the next quarter. 

In the U.S., roughly two-thirds of people are against overturning Roe v. Wade, but most support some restrictions on abortion, according to a new poll.

While wedding venues are now open in LA, many couples are paying more than $100,000. Affected by supply chain issues and COVID protocols, brides have to be flexible. 

Critics review new film releases: “Downton Abbey: A New Era,” “Men,” “Firestarter,” “Emergency,” and “Senior Year.”