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A new Netflix app called Netflix Original will be available on Android phones and tablets from July 18.
It’s an update of sorts to Netflix’s original programming.
There’s also a new feature called Netflix Prime, which lets users watch original programming from Netflix and other subscription providers, without needing to subscribe to Netflix.
Netflix Original is free to stream, but you’ll need to be running Android 4.4.2 or higher to use the new feature.
Netflix Prime will only be available to Prime members and new subscribers starting in July.
Netflix is also adding an “exclusive” feature that will let users watch premium content from some partners, including Hulu, Amazon, and Netflix.
The feature will only work on Netflix Original and will be limited to premium content that is exclusive to the original series.
Netflix will be making a separate app for Prime subscribers.
The company is also rolling out new “exclusive exclusive” content that includes a new documentary series, “Million Dollar Billionaires.”
The documentary series will be produced by the same people behind Netflix Original, including executive producer Jon Favreau and director Jordan Peele.
Netflix’s new service will be able to offer a wider variety of programming, including new episodes of “The OA,” “Stranger Things,” “The Leftovers,” and “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” as well as some of Netflix’s other original programming like “House of Cards,” “Black Mirror,” and a new “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.”
Netflix is the first streaming service to offer an original movie-themed service for its members.
It launched its first original movie service in 2015 and it is still in early stages of adding shows.
Netflix has been ramping up its original programming this year with a slate of original movies and TV shows that includes “Criminal Minds,” “Orange Is the New Black,” “House,” “Arrested Development,” and more.
Netflix also is working on new series like “The Crown,” “Game of Thrones,” “Sausage Party,” “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” “Transparent,” “Empire,” and many more.