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Last edited on: January 7, 2016.

Today streaming services continue to expand around the globe. On January 7, Zacks Stock News reports that Netflix CEO Reed Hastings declared at CES 2016 that the streaming giant is now expanding to another 130 countries across the world, thus establishing its presence in a total of 190 countries. Zachs quotes Hastings “…Today you are witnessing the birth of a new global Internet TV network…”

Our top picks coming to Netflix in the New Year: Ice Age 2: The Meltdown, Pooh’s Heffalump Movie, Pride and Prejudice, and When Calls the Heart: Season 2. Although Netflix is providing many good movies in categories such as classics, faith, documentaries, as well as family, there are also many inappropriate movies on Netflix, so recommendations and good reviews are invaluable.

It is also important the viewers of Netflix movies rate the movies and leave brief reviews. Viewer popularity and responses affect what Netflix adds, maintains, and removes from its offerings. Consumers’ voices are significant with all media products. It is easy to speak up on user-friendly feedback features.

Other top current top picks in Netflix classics, faith, documentary, as well as family offerings include: Chronicles of Narnia, Little Boy, The Bible, Son of God, The Passion of the Christ, The Robe, To Kill a Mockingbird, Home, Winnie the Pooh, Wind in the Willows, Veggie Tales, Gifted Hands, Monumental, Cromwell and many more.

Written by Diane Howard, Ph.D. (Performance Studies), dianehoward.com

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Dr. Diane Howard is a national and international dialogue/dialect/voice-over performer and coach for redemptive movies and media. She is also a family and redemptive movie and entertainment journalist. A former Professor of Performance, Media, and Film Studies with a Ph.D. in Performance Studies (College of Communication, UT Austin), she has been involved in all aspects of filmmaking and media production, regionally to internationally. She has served most extensively in the film industry in the following roles: dialogue/dialect/acting coach, actor, voice-over artist, journalist, and consultant. In her university teaching work she has served in the following capacities: professor, producer, director, national/international presenter, writer, and adviser.

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