Netflix just uploaded to YouTube a bunch of documentaries: for free and for everyone

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Netflix has succeeded by its own merits, to become, not only the reference in video services in streamingbut also in one of the largest producers of original content in the entire industry. The aim of Netflix with this strategy is to offer an incentive of exclusive content for its subscribers. But on an occasion such as this the company has considered that certain content should be accessible to everyone, as the documentaries.

Thus, the account officer of Netflix has created a playlist on your YouTube channel so that everyone can enjoy such content, as well as a series of educational resources to help teachers to create classes related to these films.

Netflix upload your documentary to YouTube for all the world

Netflix just uploaded to YouTube a bunch of documentaries: for free and for everyone 1

Documentaries are a great resource of learning, since they allow us to learn from one of the best ways possible, simply observing. With the passage of years, Netflix has been creating a series of documentaries with an exceptional quality that are now available to all over the world.

This availability does not have traps or you have to create an account on Netflix. It is as simple as entering the channel of YouTube of Netflix and go to the next playlist. That if, keep in mind that the reason for this movement is the closing of the schools, so it is possible that when everything is back to normal the end up retiring from the channel.

Playlist on YouTube with all the documentaries uploaded by Netflix.

These are the documentaries that Netflix has been uploaded to YouTube

Are 10 documentaries that Netflix has been uploaded to YouTube, being series, shorts and movies. In these moments are just in English with subtitles in English, but the company has confirmed that in the next few days will upload subtitles to more than a dozen languages.

If you are a professor, Netflix lets you use their documentaries for educational purposes without charge (provided that is a non-profit, here all the details). As a reinforcement, if you click on the following links you will be able to access resources to prepare a class related to the documentary.

  1. 13th.
  2. Abstract.
  3. Babies.
  4. Chasing Coral.
  5. Explained.
  6. Knock Down the House.
  7. Our Planet.
  8. Period. End of Sentence.
  9. The White Helmets.
  10. Zion.

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