A lot of noise has been made about how much Netflix is spending in order to attract new subscribers and expand into new regions of the world.
A Los Angeles Times report titled "Netflix is $20 billion in debt" renewed worries that the company was pushing too hard, too fast. First of all, that's technically wrong, as Netflix has some debt but is mostly tied up with deals to pay for non-original TV shows. Secondly, that spending is part of a plan that, if successful, will make Netflix a major media power for decades to come.
If the list below of its most expensive shows seems dominated by some that didn't quite make it ... that's 'cause it is. Netflix has canceled a variety of its high-profile, costly shows. Read more...
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