‘Netflix Party’ offering socially distant movie night
FOX Business correspondent Mike Gunzelman discusses Netflix’s new platform that simulates a movie night with friends while stuck at home.
NEW YORK — Former Manhattan prosecutor Linda Fairstein has sued Netflix and film director Ava DuVernay over her portrayal in the streaming service's miniseries about the Central Park Five case, which sent five black and Latino teenagers to prison for a crime they were later absolved of committing.
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Fairstein claims in the lawsuit, filed Wednesday in federal court in Fort Myers, Florida, that the four-part series “When They See Us” defamed her by portraying her as a “racist, unethical villain.”