As stated on this Wikipedia page:
Netflix's original productions also include continuations of cancelled series from other networks, as well as licensing or co-producing content from international broadcasters for exclusive broadcast in other territories, which is also branded in those regions as Netflix original content.
From another Wikipedia page:
Think of Netflix like a TV station, BBC, NBC, Disney etc.
They're a 'broadcaster' - they run a TV network. Just because their distribution model is different doesn't mean everything else is.
They make their money from broadcasts.
They spend it on content to make people want to pay for that service.
So, they buy a TV show or movie.
They hire a director, ...
It’s on Netflix only in Japan, Canada or the UK.
According to this website, it seems like it’s more of that silly licensing nonsense in play again. So no Brooklyn Nine-Nine in the Czech Republic it seems.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine is on Netflix! Noice, right?
Well, it is if you’re based in Japan, Canada, or the UK. For viewers outside of these countries, Netflix ...
Because its different.
The following article gives some insights into why the format of the show is so different from your typical procedural crime drama. Its basically because the show creators were inspired for a different type of format and Netflix picked it up and made the added decision to make it a 4-part international series. The reason for making it ...