Netflix is in final negotiations to produce animated series of Diablo

Netflix is in final negotiations to produce animated series of Diablo


Netflix is ​​in full swing with its original productions and we have seen that the company’s most recent marketing efforts involve the release of the third season of Daredevil, which arrives on the platform in October.

But the company’s creative team is also moving fast, and comic book creator Andrew Cosby eventually missed one of the future streaming plans. That’s because on his Twitter account he wrote that he is in final talks with Netflix to produce a series for Diablo. The show would be an animated product, a partnership between Activision and the platform.

Curiously, a few minutes later the text was deleted, and nothing more was commented on the subject. At this point in the contest it will be difficult for the companies involved to deny the production of the series, so they should keep quiet, because as Andrew reported, negotiations are still going on. In video games, we saw that Diablo 3 is finally coming to the Nintendo Switch, ensuring entertainment for fans of the franchise on all consoles in the market.

We are in the age of technology, where more and more our eyes are focused on screens and screens and less for other eyes. This is already a problem in itself, something that has even made mobile applications and operating systems start to show usage time statistics, and even allow the setting of an alarm to control the “addiction.”

According to a recent study, people are failing to spend quality time with their families to watch some series and movies on the streaming platform. According to the website Streaming Observer, Netflix subscribers spend an average of one hour a day consuming content on the service – which, over the course of the year, turns into 434 hours, the equivalent of 18 days. At the end of last year, Netflix announced that its users watched more than 140 million hours of content per day – at that time, there were 115.58 million subscribers. Through a basic account, dividing 140 million for 117.58 million, the result was reached: 1 hour and 11 minutes of average daily time.

Of course, these are just estimates – because there are several variants that need to be included in the process – but the calculation comes to the fore when we take into account that, according to studies, people on average spend 36 minutes a day with family in the so-called “quality time and away from distractions”. In addition, addiction to Netflix has also reduced the time people spend exercising, reading, and socializing with friends – which is very worrying, especially for future generations.

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Zac Berry is presently a full time editor at Market Morning. He covers the M&As and follows live market commentary. Before joining Markets Morning, Zac Berry worked with a start-up, where he worked in the capacity of a Team Leader tracking company events and results. Born in the U.A.E, he spent most of his growing up years in Dubai. Currently, he resides in U.S. and is pursuing his charter in Accountancy.