"You will be able to access the TV series and movies available on Netflix in that country," a Netflix spokesperson said via email (the italics is theirs).
Speaking on stage at CES, Netflix CEO and co-founder Reed Hastings said the expansion is "the birth of a global Internet TV network," per the report. Basically, you can access Netflix almost everywhere in the world, except for places like China, Syria, North Korea, and Crimea -- for some pretty obvious reasons -- although it did say it's looking into coming to China some day. Considering its new "global TV network" and Netflix's huge success with creating original shows and movies that leave you paralyzed in front of your screen for hours, it's hard not see, well, world domination.
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