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Ted Sarandos Cover Story

Netflix’s Ted Sarandos Dishes on ‘Stranger Things’ and ‘13 Reasons Why’ Second Seasons, ‘The Defenders,’ and More

For Variety‘s cover story this week, Netflix’s content chief Ted Sarandos granted a wide-ranging interview where he discussed the streaming platform’s moves into movies, poaching Shonda Rhimes from ABC, and more. In this behind-the-scenes footage of the cover shoot, Sarandos briefly describes the highly anticipated second seasons of “Stranger Things” and “13 Reasons Why,” teases if “The Defenders” will get more crossover in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and reveals on what “Netflix and chill” means to him.

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