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The streaming provider Netflix has recently attracted attention with excellent subscriber figures, and this trend has been continuing for a while, as the company has been able to constantly attract new customers, especially internationally. But the company calculates particularly tightly, because it invests a lot of money in in-house production, more than it has or admits. Netflix has had a risky growth strategy for many years: it invests a lot of money in producing its own exclusive content. This is intended to make the company less dependent on TV broadcasters and other production partners. However, this also means that the profits are minimal, because Netflix calculates particularly tightly. According to a report in the Los Angeles Times, this calculation is even tighter than previously thought: because the streaming service, which currently has around 104 million subscribers worldwide, has accumulated debts of 20.5 billion dollars in recent years.

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The paper writes that the company is under pressure to keep up with competitors Amazon and Hulu in terms of in-house productions. These companies are also spending a lot of money to convince customers of their own offerings. According to the LA Times, this means that Netflix is really “burning” money. So far, it’s also been successful with critics, because last year it received 91 nominations at the Emmy Awards; only cable channel HBO was able to get more. And Netflix is probably not thinking of putting on the brakes either, because this year it will invest at least six billion dollars in its own content. So far, Netflix has the approval of its investors for this strategy, as evidenced by the company’s rising share price. But there are also some voices that warn of a bubble. Because this could burst if Netflix’s luck runs out and it fails to produce enough hits. See also: Simpsons creator hires Netflix to create fantasy sitcom Update Aug. 2, 2017: Netflix has contradicted the article and the LA Times has since added to it. Netflix shared, “The LA Times article miscalculated our debt and added streaming obligations (e.g., our licensing agreements with film distributors) of $15.7 billion as debt, which is incorrect. The correct amount: we have total gross debt of $4.8 billion compared to our stock market value of about $75 billion. The newspaper has already corrected this error. To be more accurate, the $15.7 billion is budgeted for future spending of our content that will run through our income statement over time. Every broadcaster, cable operator and streaming company with licensing agreements uses the same process. For reference, Disney/ESPN has $49 billion in similar commitments for sports contracts.” Netflix, Ceo, Netflix Germany, Reed Hastings Netflix Hulu has released the full list of television series and blockbuster movies coming to the streaming service in June 2021. Some of the programming fans can look forward to streaming on Hulu in June include Kick-Ass. Batman Begins , The Dark Knight , Love, Victor Season 2, Face/Off and The Croods: A New Age . Hulus’ full June 2021 release schedule can be found below.

1 June

CHANGING THE GAME: Documentary Premiere (Hulu Original). Emmy® Award-winning filmmaker Michael Barnett’s powerful and immersive sports documentary shines a light on what many call the civil rights issue of our time: Transgender inclusion in sports. CHANGING THE GAME takes us into the lives of three high school athletes – all at different stages of their athletic seasons, personal lives, and unique paths as transgender teens. Their stories span the U.S. – from Sarah, a skier and youth athlete in New Hampshire, to Andraya, a track star in Connecticut who openly competes on the girls track team. The film centers on Mack Beggs, who made headlines when he became the Texas state champion in girls’ wrestling as a boy.

June 3

NIGHT OF THE KINGS (2021). A young man is sent to La Maca, a prison in the middle of the Ivorian forest ruled by its inmates. Following the tradition of the rising of the red moon, he is designated by the boss as the new Roman and must tell a story to the other prisoners. When he learns what fate awaits him, he begins to recount the mystical life of the legendary outlaw named Zama King and has no choice but to continue his story until dawn.

June 4

The New York Times presents: Who Will Be an Influencer? New Episode (FX on Hulu) Who Gets To Be an Influencer?, from The New York Times and producer/director Lora Moftah, chronicles the rise of Collab Crib, one of the first mainstream Black-owned men’s houses, and exclusively documents their tumultuous push to become social media household names in 90 days. The intimate, character-based film captures the influencers wrestling with a nagging and profound challenge: How can they succeed in an emerging industry that seems tilted to their disadvantage? For a growing number of Gen Z’ers, the desire to become a social media influencer isn’t just a fad: it’s their preferred way to make it big. And for black creators, the stakes and hurdles are even higher in a social media ecosystem that has been dominated by white influencers.

June 9

THE CROODS: A NEW AGE (2020). The Croods have survived their fair share of dangers and disasters, from prehistoric beasts with fangs to surviving the end of the world, but now they face their biggest challenge: another family.

June 10

Trolls: TrollsTopia: Finish Season 3 (Hulu Original). The Trolls are back with non-stop fun and new friends joining the hair-raising adventures! While the troll tribes strengthen their friendships through games like wormhole scavenger hunts and massive piñata battles, they also learn about each other’s culinary traditions in an epic troll-style potluck.

June 11

Love, Victor: Season 2 premiere (Hulu Original). The popular teen dramedy returns as Season 2 finds a fresh out of the closet Victor entering his junior year at Creekwood High. But being out brings new challenges as Victor faces a family struggling with his revelation, a heartbroken ex-girlfriend in Mia and the difficulties of being an openly gay star athlete – all while coping with the turmoil of his relationship with Benji.

June 13

WILLY’S WONDERLAND (2021). A quiet loner (Nic Cage) becomes stranded in a remote town when his car breaks down. Unable to pay for the necessary repairs, he agrees to spend the night cleaning Willy’s Wonderland, an abandoned family fun center. But this Wonderland has a dark secret that the janitor is about to discover. Soon, he finds himself inside Willys’s and in an epic battle with the possessed animatronic mascots that roam the halls. To survive, he’ll have to fight his way through each of them.

June 14

Rūrangi: Finish Season 1 (The Yellow Affair). After leaving town a decade ago, transgender activist Caz Davis returns to the remote, politically divided dairy community of R communityrangi in hopes of reconnecting with his estranged father, who hasn’t heard from him since Caz’s transition.

June 15

TUNDE JOHNSON’S OBITUARY (2020). A wealthy Nigerian-American teenager is pulled over by police, shot and immediately awakens, trapped in a terrifying time loop that forces him to confront difficult truths about his life and himself. THE OBITUARY OF TUNDE JOHNSON addresses the social issues of racism, police brutality, LGBTQ acceptance, mental health, and addiction, confronting these groundbreaking problems that are all too prevalent in American society.

June 17

DAVE: Season 2 premiere (FX on Hulu).

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Dave knows he’s destined for rap superstardom – but at what cost? Facing mounting pressure while recording his debut album, he must decide whether he will sacrifice friendships, love, and his own self-esteem to achieve his dream. Simultaneously infuriating and inspiring his friends, Dave vows to leave no stone unturned to become the next superstar.

June 25

WRONG POSITIVE (2021) (Hulu Original). After months of trying to get pregnant, Lucy (Ilana Glazer) and Adrian (Justin Theroux) finally find their dream fertility doctor in the famous Dr. Hindle (Pierce Brosnan). But after getting pregnant with a healthy baby girl, Lucy begins to notice something sinister about Hindle’s radiant charm and sets out to uncover the unsettling truth about him and her own birth story. As if getting pregnant wasn’t complicated enough….

New this month (full list)

Available June 1 CHANGING THE GAME: Documentary Premiere (Hulu Original) American Ninja Warrior: Season 13 Premiere (NBC) Housebroken: Series Premiere (FOX) Small Fortune: End Season 1 (NBC) 50/50 (2011) A Most Wanted Man (2014) A Perfect Day (2006) A Prayer for the Dying (1987) The Adventures of Tintin (2011) Across the Universe (2007) Alive (1993) Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid (2004) Anaconda 3: Descendants (2008) Anacondas: Trail of Blood (2009) Arachnophobia (1990) Batman Begins (2005) The Great Cold (1983) The Birdcage (1997) Black and White (2000) The Blair Witch Project (1999) The Blair Witch Project: Book of Shadows (2000) Bloody Sunday (2002) Blue Streak (1999) The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day (2009) Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star (2011) Charlotte’s Web (1973) The Company You Keep (2013) Conviction (2010) Convicts (1991) Convoy (1978) The Barbecue (2004) The Dark Knight (2008) Desperate Measures (1998) Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo (2005) Dragonfly (2002) Driven (2001) Eldorado (1967) Face/Off (1997) The Forbidden Kingdom (2008) Full Monty (1997) Fun in Acapulco (1963) Gambler (2009) Get Smart (2008) Hang Up (2000) Hud (1963) The Hustler (1961) Jennifer 8 (1992) Jennifer’s Body (2009) Just Wright (2009) Kick-Ass (2010) Kung Pow: Enter the Faust (2000) Last Chance Harvey (2008) The Last House on the Left (2009) Little Women (1994) The Long Goodbye (1973) The Love Letter (1999) The Man Who Shot Liberty Volance (1962) Once Upon a Time, Crime. .. (1992) Ordinary People (1980) Places in the Heart (1984) Primary Colors (1998) Revolutionary Road (2008) Richie Rich (1994) Rules of Engagement (2000) Sabrina (1995) Savage State (2021) Saving Silverman (2001) Scorpion (1973) Silence (2016) Slumdog Millionaire (2008) The Soloist (2009) Some Girls (1988) Something’s Gotta Give (2003) Soul Survivor (2001) Still Waiting (2009) Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007) Pointed Turn (1997) The Time Machine (2002) Dying for (1995) The Advantage (2017) Vanity Fair (2004) Waiting. .. (2005) On Foot Tall (1973) Wayne’s World 2 (1993) Weekend at Bernie’s (1989) Wild (1998) Wings of Courage (1995) Mindless Protection (2008) Young Adult (2011) Available June 2 America’s Got Talent: Season 16 premiere (NBC) Available June 3 MasterChef: Season 11 premiere (FOX) A Flaw in the Matrix (2020) Night of Kings (2021) Available June 4 The New York Times Presents: New Episode (FX on Hulu) Beat Shazam: Season 4 Premiere (FOX) Available June 5 911: Season 2 premiere (ABC) Aries (2021). Available June 7 Celebrity Family Feud: Season 7 premiere (ABC) The Chase: Season 2 premiere (ABC) To Tell The Truth: Season 7 premiere (ABC) Available June 8 The Bachelorette: Season 17 premiere (ABC) Legion of Brothers (2017) Available June 9 The Croods: A New Age (2020) Available June 10 Trolls: TrollsTopia: Finish Season 3 (Hulu Original) Card Sharks: Season 3 Premiere (ABC) Trust (2021) Two of Us (2019) Available June 11 Love, Victor: Season 2 premiere (Hulu Original) Real Housewives of Potomac: End Season 5 (Bravo) Comes True (2021) Available June 13 Dragon Heart (1996) Dragon Heart: A New Beginning (2000) Dragon Heart 3: The Wizard’s Curse (2014) Dragon Heart: Battle for Heartfire (2017) Don’t Fade (2012) Willy’s Wonderland (2021) Available on June 14 Rūrangi: Finish Season 1 (The Yellow Affair) Available on June 15 Accused: Guilty or Not Guilty: End Season 1 (A&E) Alone: End Season 7 (A&E) Alone: The Beast: End Season 1 America Our Defining Hours: End Season 1 (A&E) The Celebrity Dating Game: End Season 1 (ABC) Dance Moms: End Season 8 (A&E) Duck Dynasty: End Season 3 (A&E) Forged in Fire: End Season 7 (A&E) Hoarders: End Season 11 (A&E) Married at First Sight: End Season 11 (A&E) Mountain Men: End Season 6 (A&E)

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Swamp Men: Finish Season 11 (A&E) The UnXplained with William Shatner: Finish Season 1B (A&E) Born to Play (2020) Away Girl (2014) Her Deadly Sugar Daddy Her Name is Koch (2020) Michael Smerconish: Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started Talking (2020) Nasrin (2020) The Obituary of Tunde Johnson (2020) The Outside Story (2021) Secret Life of a Celebrity Surrogate (2020) (Lifetime) Available June 17 DAVE: Season 2 premiere (FX on Hulu) Phobias (2021). Available June 18 Holey Moley 3D in 2D: Season 3 premiere (ABC) The Hustler: Season 2 premiere (ABC) When Nature Calls: series premiere (ABC) Available June 20 The Guilt Trip (2012) Available June 21 Cutthroat Kitchen: Complete Seasons 2 & 3 (Food Network) Worst Cooks in America: Finish Season 4 (Food Network) Backyard Builds: Finish Seasons 1 – 4 (Corus) Big Bucket Food List: Finish Season 1 – 2 (Corus) Family Home Overhaul: Finish Season 1 (Corus) Farmhouse Facelift: Finish Season 1 (Corus) Home to Win: Finish Seasons 1 – 3 (Corus) Home to Win for the Holidays: Finish Season 1 (Corus) Jr. Chef Showdown: Finish Seasons 1 – 2 (Corus) Save My Reno: Complete Seasons 1 – 4 (Corus) Hot Market: Finish Season 1 (Corus) Wall of Chefs: Finish Season 1 (Corus) Enemies (2017). Available June 22 Monster Trucks (2017) Available June 23 College Bowl: Series Premiere (NBC) Motherland: Fort Salem: Season 2 Premiere (Freeform) Available June 24 An American Haunting (2006) Available June 25 WRONG POSITIVE (2021) (Hulu Original) Making It: Season 3 premiere (NBC) Available June 26 The Choe Show: Series Premiere (FX) Available June 27 Safer at Home (2021) Available June 29 Bratz: The Movie (2007) Harvie & the Magic Museum (2021) Available June 30 Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters (2013) Jack Reacher (2012) The Sweet Life (2016).

Exiting Hulu this month

June 4 Storyline: Dear Agnes (2019) June 5 The Performance (2018) June 11 Intrigo: Samaria (2019) LA 92 (2020) June 17 Identity (2003) June 30 28 Days Later (2003) 50 First Dates (2004) A Deep Dirty Shame (1994) A Night at the Roxbury (1998) A Prayer for the Dying (1987) A Simple Plan (1998) A Voyage of the Storks (2017) The Birdcage (1997) Blue Streak (1999) Brooklyn’s Best (2010) Mistake (2007) Bulworth (1998) Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969) Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter (1974) Changeling (2008) Cheech & Chong’s Still Smokin’ (1983) Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (2009) Convicts (1991) Convoy (1978) The Core (2003) The Devil’s Double (2011) Have you heard from the Morgans? (2009) Die Hard with a Vengeance (1988) Dude, Where’s My Car? (2000) Face/Off (1997) The Foot Fist Way (2008) Frankie & Alice (2014) The Full Monty (1997) Garden State (2004) Get Smart (2008) Girl with a Pearl Earring (2003) Guess Who (2005) Shootout at the O.K. Korral (1957) How Stella Got Her Groove Back (1998) I Am Legend (2007) Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport (2000) Junior (1994) Knowledge (2009) Little Women (1994) Live Free or Die Hard (2007) The Long Goodbye (1973) The Man Who Could Cheat Death (1959) Monster Ball (2001) Mystery Science Theater (1996) Napoleon Dynamite (2004) New in Town (2009) Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (2009) The Ninth Gate (1999) Once Upon a Time, Crime. .. (1992) Pandorum (2009) Paycheck (2003) The Polar Express (2004) Preacher’s Wife (1996) The Princess Bride (1987) Ramona and Beezus (2009) Revolutionary Road (2008) Rio (2011) Salt (2010) The Sandlot (1993) Saving Silverman (2001) Scary Movie 4 (2006) Scorpion (1973) Sex and the City (2008) Sex and the City 2 (2010) Shirley Valentin (1989) Sleeping with the Enemy (1991) Some Girls (1988) Something’s Got to Give (2003) Soul Plane (2004) The Sum of All Fears (2002) Thirst (2009) Viewpoint (2008) Vertical Frontier (2000) Tall on Foot (1973) War (2007) The Wedding Planner (2001) Where the Heart Is (2000) READ MORE: Disney Announces Hulu Onyx Collective for Creators of Color Source: Hulu J Lo Face Lift.




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