Netflix has established itself in the entertainment world as a cutting-edge company that delivers a high-quality product at an affordable price. Millions utilize their services on a daily basis.
Although the company has been known for its edgy content in the past, conservative families are celebrating over a recent decision by the company to create a faith-and-family-friendly line of movies and shows.
“It’s a very important audience to us,” said Netflix vice president of original series, Cindy Holland, speaking at the Television Critics Associations’ Summer Press Tour in California Sunday. “It represents a significant percentage of the population not only here in the U.S., but around the world,” she said, according to Christian Headlines.
“I want to make some great programming for my cousins and their families too,” she added. “So it is something that we are focused on really building out a robust slate of family-friendly programming.”
Netflix’s decision couldn’t have come at a better time. People across America and around the world are hungry for faith-based stories, said Brian Bird, a producer of family-friendly content such as “When Calls the Heart” and “The Case for Christ.”
“People are taking notice of the hunger out there for faith-and-family content,” he said, regarding a new project based on an Amish book series, called “Big Sky,” according to Blasting News.
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