Netflix has updated its website to list all of its Italian movies available for streaming in one place.
The new feature is a bit of a departure from Netflix’s previous streaming strategy, with the company listing a handful of films on the site before they became available for purchase through the service.
It’s the first time Netflix has made the move to include all of the Italian movies on the platform, though it will be adding new titles in the future.
Netflix’s new list is available in two sections: movies for streaming and movies that will be available for rental.
The former includes all of Netflix’s movies in the United States, the latter covers films in Spain and other countries in Europe and the Middle East.
The move to add Italian films to Netflix’s streaming library comes just weeks after the company announced it would begin to offer movies to rent through its own subscription service, dubbed Netflix Go.
The new service will include films from the United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Portugal, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, and the Czech Democratic Republic.
It will also include movies from Russia, Ukraine, and Ukraine.