Editorial Policy

Last updated: March 30th, 2024

Mission Statement

Here at What’s on Netflix, we strive to provide our readers with accurate, timely, and reliable news and articles. We’ve been covering Netflix independently for over ten years and have built up a loyal and dedicated group of readers over the years. We’re primarily based on the United Kingdom but have authors all around the world including in France and in the United States of America.

We believe in transparency and accountability and understand that mistakes can happen despite our best efforts. When they do, we are committed to correcting them promptly and transparently.

Reporting Errors

Readers who spot a factual error are encouraged to bring it to our attention. You can report an error by contacting us via our contact page or via email directly to the owner of the website[email protected]. Please provide as much detail as possible about the error, including the URL of the article in question and any supporting evidence or information.

Review Process

Once an error is reported, the What’s on Netflix editorial team will review the claim. If the error is confirmed, we will make the necessary corrections quickly, and if necessary/requested, include a corrections notice at either the top or bottom of the article.

Correction Procedure

Corrections will be made directly in the article where the error occurred. A note will be added at the end of the article detailing the sentence, the date it was corrected, and a brief description of the original error. In cases where the error is significant or affects the overall understanding of the story, an editor’s note may be added at the beginning of the article.


In extreme cases where an article is found to be fundamentally flawed or misleading, it will be retracted immediately and removed from various indexes and across our social pages. A retraction post will be included on our social media.

Author Bylines

Every article is published with clear author bylines with links to their respective biographies. In addition, we list social accounts and email contact addresses where available.

A list of our active authors on What’s on Netflix can be found here.

AI and Plagiarism

What’s on Netflix does not use AI or GPTs to write articles. We have a strict zero-tolerance policy with all articles written for and by humans.

What’s on Netflix does not engage in or tolerate plagiarism. We have a strict zero-tolerance policy if anyone on our staff has been found guilty of such an offense. Should you find examples of plagiarism, articles will be removed in their entirety.

Commitment to Integrity

We are dedicated to upholding the highest standards of journalistic integrity. Our correction policy is a testament to our commitment to truth, accuracy, and readers.