Netflix has announced its content early, Halloween is very close, and the company has served its customers with a vast variety of options for the night, with related content to the event.
Scary movies will be abundant on the video streaming giant and plenty of family movies will be available on the platform. For introverts who would rather stay at home than go to trick or treating parties, ‘Netflix and Chill’ is going to be a blast. Covering all genres with horror at the top because of Halloween, available Netflix TV shows will be:
The nightmare before Christmas – an animated film with a mixture of Halloween and Christmas
Curious George – a Halloween Boofest
Children’s Favorites: Halloween Treats – a collection of different children’s shows teaching children about Halloween, such as Barney and Bob the builder.
Power Rangers Halloween Specials
A Magic Puppy
DreamWorks Spooky Stories
Alvin And The Chipmunks Meet The Wolfman
Alvin And The Chipmunks Meet Frankenstein
Room on the Broom
Mickey’s House of Mouse: Villains
Casper’s Scare School
R.L.Stines’s Monsterville: Cabinet Of Souls
Girl vs. Monster
DreamWorks Spooky Stories 2
Monster High: Friday Night Frights
Monster High: Ghoul Rule
R.L. Stine’s Mostly Ghostly: Have You Met My Ghoulfriend
R.L. Stine’s Haunting Hour: Think About It.
There is content for all ages on the platform for October 31 already available on the streaming services. In other news about the company, their continuous Middle East expansion by the end of 2016 is also a highlight. It has also posted advertisements online for employments in the Middle East.
According to Street Wise Report, the vice president, Joris Evers, has confirmed plans to extend in the area by the end of next year but he also said that Middle East is just a part of the expansion. This leads to the conclusion that the company has plans to expand in other regions rapidly as well. It is reported to expand early in South Africa but reports suggest that it will launch earlier.
Netflix is currently viewable in UAE and some other parts but only through a VPN. The company has 69 million subscribers for now and is planning to increase the number with expectation to grow by 22% by 2019, while achieving 10 million more subscribers from U.S., 10 million from Europe, and the rest from other countries globally.
Netflix stock closed at $105.12 on October 30 pre-market.