TechCrunch, TechRepublic, and The Verge are among the companies that are reporting a surge in new subscriptions in the coming weeks.
The top-selling subscription product on the service is the documentary Defiance, which is set to premiere on Netflix this month.
It follows the lives of the Defiance crew, which includes actress/musician Amanda Palmer (The Big Bang Theory) and her husband, actor Nick Barmack (Battlestar Galactica).
The movie is currently streaming for its third season, but this time it’s available on VOD and on demand on DemandU, which has a new streaming service.
It has a subscription price of $6.99 per month and will be available on iOS and Android devices.
TechCrunch’s own report said that more than 300,000 subscribers have signed up for the Defiant documentary so far, which represents a 30% increase over the same period last year.
The Defiance documentary was one of the fastest-selling streaming documentaries of all time, with over 50,000 viewers watching the premiere episode last November.
The movie has received critical acclaim, including the Oscar for Best Documentary Feature.
The Defiance podcast has also been getting a lot of attention in the media, with several outlets including Variety and The Wall Street Journal highlighting the film’s importance to the Defenders family.
The film’s story follows the family of the original Defiance and explores the ways in which Defiance has changed the lives and livelihoods of its citizens.
The new Defiance movie has been watched by millions on Netflix.
But the movie’s popularity has also led to some controversy.
The documentary is currently being edited to be more accurate, with a new edited version of the movie being made available on YouTube.
The edited version has been criticized by some for inaccuracies in the film, but others are now viewing the edited version with an open mind.
Netflix has not responded to The Verge’s request for comment.
The company did, however, tell TechCrunch that the Defiants original movie is “still available.”