Netflix is making some of its shows available for free on YouTube, in a move to make its content more available during the coronavirus pandemic.
Yes, you can now watch Netflix for free, on YouTube. But before you get too excited, I shall let you know that Netflix has not added its most popular shows like Stranger Things or Tiger King. The platform has chosen to make educational content its focus on the free online video sharing platform.
Netflix is making this content available for free as many of us remain under quarantine or stay at home orders. However, this decision could also be a good marketing move for Netflix. More available content means more publicity for the platform and it could lead to more subscribers in the near future.
Among the content that is shared on the dedicated YouTube channel feature fan-favorite documentary “Our Planet,” thought-provoking “13th” and two of my favorites: “Abstract” which dives in the art of design, and “Explained,” the Vox series that digs into today’s world.
Here is an exhaustive of all list of the Netflix programs that are currently available on YouTube:
Our Planet: Experience our planet’s natural beauty and examine how climate change impacts all living creatures in this ambitious documentary of spectacular scope.
Period.: In rural India, where the stigma of menstruation persists, women make low-cost sanitary pads on a new machine and stride toward financial independence.
Chasing Coral: Divers, scientists, and photographers around the world mount an epic underwater campaign to document the disappearance of coral reefs.
13th: In this thought-provoking documentary, scholars, activists, and politicians analyze the criminalization of African Americans and the U.S. prison boom.
Knock Down the House: Go behind the scenes as four determined women — including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez — challenge big-money politicians in the 2018 race for Congress.
The White Helmets: As daily airstrikes pound civilian targets in Syria, a group of indomitable first responders risk their lives to rescue victims from the rubble.
Zion: Born without legs and stuck in foster care for years, teen Zion Clark finds his calling when he pursues competitive wrestling. A documentary short.
Explained: This enlightening series from Vox digs into a wide range of topics such as the rise of cryptocurrency, why diets fail, and the wild world of K-pop.
Abstract: The Art of Design: Step inside the minds of the most innovative designers in a variety of disciplines and learn how design impacts every aspect of life.
Babies: From nature to nurture, this docuseries explores the groundbreaking science that reveals how infants discover life during their very first year.
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