The Netflix office in Eastern Europe will open this year. About it declared service vice president Larry Tanz.
The Netflix office in Warsaw will be central to Poland, the Czech Republic, Romania, Hungary, Croatia and Ukraine.
“In 2016, we localized our service in Poland. Shortly thereafter, Netflix became available in Romanian, Czech, Hungarian, Croatian and Ukrainian.”
Netflix stressed that they are expanding cooperation in Eastern Europe to create local films and series. The service has invested more than $115 million in original films and series in Poland alone. In parallel, there was licensing in the Czech Republic, Romania, Hungary and other countries.
In early March, Netflix stopped working in Russia, refusing to comply with the requirements for broadcasting propaganda channels. And in the middle of the month, the streaming service returned the comedy series Servant of the People to its library.