According to Variety, the streaming service had four Russian originals in the pipeline, including a crime thriller series directed by Dasha Zhuk, which was shooting and has been postponed.
The 1990’s set series was Netflix’s second original series filming in Russia, following “Anna K” which wrapped last year.
A source close to Netflix said the company was assessing the impact of current events.
On Monday, The Walt Disney Company announced it will be pausing all theatrical releases in Russia, including Pixar’s Turning Red, set to premiere there on March 10.
A few hours after the announcement, Warner Bros halted the release of The Batman in the country.
Russia has also been barred from major festivals and award shows.
The Cannes Film Festival announced on Tuesday that it will not welcome any Russian delegations or attendees with ties to the government.
Switzerland’s Locarno Film Festival, however, announced it would show Russian films at the upcoming edition in August.
Russia’s intensifying attack on Ukraine has forced hundreds of thousands to leave the country in the last six days in what one UN official predicted could become Europe’s “biggest refugee crisis this century.”
Last Thursday, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a military operation in eastern Ukraine, claiming it is intended to protect civilians.