Here’s Why You’re Seeing More International Content in Your Netflix Feed

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    From LX:

    Here’s Why You’re Seeing More International Content in Your Netflix Feed
    Netflix’s foreign-language content could lead to even more diverse stories reaching even bigger audiences.

    A few years ago, I was endlessly scrolling through Netflix for something to binge when I found this dystopian, “Hunger Games”-style series with a simple yet intriguing two-character name: “3%.”

    It’s a 2016 Netflix original set in a futuristic world where destitute individuals are selected to compete for a chance to be “saved from squalor,” per the show’s description, and join the lucky 3% who get to live in the lap of luxury on an island paradise.

    I was hooked from the first episode, but several hours in, I felt like something was off.

    “Why isn’t the audio in perfect sync? Wait, is this not in English?”

    FULL ARTICLE HERE


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