|While we keep waiting for a 'official' Netflix client guidance on Linux, We have Netflix Desktop, a desktop application to watch Netflix on our beloved Ubuntu. Most users will have no problems with the installation as it has its own PPA.|
Open a terminal and run the following commands:
sudo apt-add-repository ppa: ehoover / compholio
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install netflix-desktop
Once installed, I accessed the top left of the screen, opened Unity and searched for "Netflix" to run the application. After a few moments, everything necessary for the operation of Netflix will be loaded directly from our desktop.
After logging into your Netflix account and selecting a video to play, Silverlight should ask you to enable DRM content. It only remains to activate this option and Netflix movies should work perfectly well.
The Netflix application starts in full screen mode. You can exit the application by pressing ALT + F4. You can also press F11 to exit full screen mode.