17 ENE 2020

NETFLIX OPENED A NEW OFFICE IN THE HEART OF PARIS

This new office reflects Netflix’s long-term commitment to France's creative community, including over 20 French productions in 2020 and the employment of 40 people, across films and series, partnerships and marketing.

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Netflix opened a new Paris office in the heart of the 9th arrondissement. This new office reflects Netflix’s long-term commitment to France's creative community, including over 20 French productions in 2020 and the employment of 40 people, across films and series, partnerships and marketing. This hub is the company’s fourth office in Europe.

"It is a real honour to be in France, with its rich culture and history of storytelling. This office is a sign of our long-term commitment to the country, and will enable us to work even more closely with the French creative community on great shows and films that are made in France and watched all around the world,”  said Reed Hastings, Founding Chairman and CEO of Netflix.

To reflect the diverse tastes of Netlfix members in France and the 158 million+ members around the world, the company has, since launching in France in 2014, developed 24 French titles, including six films, nine series, five stand-up shows, three documentaries and one unscripted series.

2019 was a year of great success for original stories in France, with the horror and YA sci-fi series “Marianne and Mortel,” comedies “Plan Coeur” and “Family Business,” the film “Banlieusards,” and “Grégory,” the documentary series about a case that touched France.

The French content executives today unveiled several original shows to be produced by Netflix over the coming years, as well as a range of series and films made by production partners for Netflix. To see the full list, click here.

It is a real honour to be in France, with its rich culture and history of storytelling” Reed Hastings Founding Chairman and CEO of Netflix