I'm basically dancing with joy because Netflix is finnally in my country. But I live in Turkey-will I miss out on major shows?
Most Helpful Guy
You will miss out on some, and win out on others. I was in Mexico last year, I tried out netflix, and Better Call Saul was already on there. In the US, it's not. Basically, if there is no other entity holding the broadcasting rights to a show, in your country, there's a better chance that netflix will have it.0
Most Helpful Girl
Probably not. Netflix has to pay all sorts of royalties on the shows they rebroadcast. So on the U. S. there is a show from the 80's called The Wonder Years set in 1960's. it took Netflix years to sort out issues with royalties as every episode has like five songs by different artists they would have to pay. They finally just started cutting the music out of some shows.
I imagine there is similar red tape for any new market they enter. They have to comply with local regulation which varies by country. It will be a slow rolling out I would guess.0