Netflix Released Documentaries Hows On Its YouTube Channel For Students

Netflix Released Documentaries Hows On Its YouTube Channel For Students

Schools and colleges have been closed following the lockdown. Realizing the beauty of the occasion, Netflix has aired some documentaries and shows on its YouTube channel for free.


After Amazon Prime Video, Netflix has also softened slightly towards viewers. Schools and colleges in India have been closed following the lockdown caused by the corona virus. Realizing the beauty of the occasion, Netflix has aired some documentaries and shows on its YouTube channel for free. It has been reported that these programs will go a long way in increasing the knowledge of students and teachers.


Netflix had already allowed these documentaries and programs to be broadcast to students in classrooms for their knowledge enhancement. After school and college were closed due to the lockout, Netflix has aired them on YouTube for free. This content will be available on Netflix's US YouTube channel. To make these programs more interesting, a question-and-answer session will also be organized between the students and the makers of these programs, so that they can also get the information behind it.


A statement released by Netflix said, "For many years Netflix has been insisting on showing these documentaries to students in classrooms. However, this could not be possible due to the school being closed at this time. Therefore, on the demand of viewers We have decided to do a few select documentaries and films on our US YouTube channel.


Netflix's broadcast content includes two films 'Thirtieth (13th)' and Changing Choral. Also, all the rest of the documentaries are Our Planet, Period and Sentence, Interpretation, Kids, Knock Down the House, White Helmet, Abstract: The First Season of Design and The Art of Xian. All these programs are available in English with English subtitles on YouTube. In the future, they may also be broadcast in some other languages.


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