I'm not promoting "The Interview" by all means, but I am saying that Netflix knows how to keep on turning up the heat and making their service the one-you-keep-paying-for. They announced that they would be starting to stream this movie just a little over a month since it was released. If they keep up things like that, they'll have a hard time keeping up with the horde of subscribers. Having current content is always a good thing.
In the midst of Netflix's Q4 financial report (if you're wondering - it added the expected amount of subscribers this time, unlike Q3) it revealed a few things viewers will actually be interested in. First of all, it's going to have The Interview available for streaming to US and Canadian subscribers starting Saturday. That puts the Sony Pictures flick on streaming just about a month after its unconventional Christmas Day theater / video on demand launch that netted $40 million online, and ahead of its Blu-ray release February 17th.