Netflix plans to enter Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore and South Korea in early 2016 as the streaming giant continues with its global rollout aim.
Netflix will begin by streaming a selection of TV shows, movies and childrens programming. Most will come with local subtitles, and further details such as pricing and packages will be disclosed later, it said in a statement.
Chief Executive Officer Reed Hastings has previously stated he also hopes to get Netflix into China next year.
News of the company’s Asian expansion emerged through a Chinese-language statement that was posted briefly on its website earlier, then quickly pulled.