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Carol (Angela Bassett) shows up unannounced in New York City for a surprise visit with her adult son, Matt (Sinqua Walls) in the new Netflix film Otherhood. Linda Kallerus/Netflix hide caption

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When The Kids Grow Up, Motherhood Becomes A State Of 'Otherhood'

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A scene in the show 13 Reasons Why that had shown actress Katherine Langford's character taking her own life has been edited out. Richard Shotwell/Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP hide caption

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Netflix said future shows aimed at its younger audiences will not depict smoking or e-cigarette use unless it is "essential." The streaming content giant also says information about smoking will be included as part of its ratings. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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Justina Machado (left) and Gloria Calderón Kellett of One Day at a Time take part in the panel discussion August 2018. On Thursday, officials from Pop TV announced it will carry the show's fourth season after it was cancelled by Netflix. Phil Mccarten/Invision/AP hide caption

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Disney CEO Bob Iger speaks onstage at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, Calif., on Wednesday. Iger says Disney may stop filming in the state of Georgia should a new, restrictive abortion law take effect. Amy Sussman/Getty Images hide caption

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Katherine Langford arrives at a 13 Reasons Why event in June 2018 in Los Angeles. Langford plays a young woman who took her own life. Willy Sanjuan/Invision/AP hide caption

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Sen. Bernie Sanders speaks during a campaign rally in June 2016 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, Calif. He launched a second presidential campaign on Tuesday, with a big burst of donations from supporters, but new challenges ahead. Sandy Huffaker/AP hide caption

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Aleta Dignard-Fung says she battled her ex-boyfriend for control of what music would play on her Spotify account. Courtesy of Aleta Dignard-Fung hide caption

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When Your Shared Netflix Account Outlasts The Relationship

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The Netflix series Travelers uses video footage from an oil train disaster in Lac-Megantic, Quebec for its fictional series about time-travelers. The use of the footage has angered Canadians. Netflix/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Video Clips Of Oil Train Disaster Used In Netflix Sci-Fi Films Anger Canadians

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Hasan Minhaj performs in New York City in July. The Saudi government asked Netflix to remove an episode of the comedian's show Patriot Act that was critical of the regime over the death of Jamal Khashoggi. Matthew Eisman/Getty Images for Ozy Media hide caption

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Roma, written and directed by Alfonso Cuarón, is being shown in cinemas across the U.S. — but for just a few weeks — before heading for Netflix streaming. Carlos Somonte/Netflix hide caption

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With An Eye On Oscars, Netflix Sent 'Roma' To Theaters First

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