Tag: Netflix

‘The Innocent Man’ Director Explains How Coerced Confessions Work

Ada, Oklahoma is a town of around 15,000 people. It’s known for it’s concrete plant, it’s pecan farms, and two brutal murders that rocked the community in the 1980s. Its citizens never recovered from the deaths of 21-year-old waitress Debbie Carter and 24-year-old grocery clerk Denice Haraway. In Netflix’s new […]

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A Fyre Fest Documentary Is Coming To Netflix and We’ll Finally See What Ja Rule Thinks About This

Rapper Ja Rule attends the after party for the finale of the ‘JENNIFER LOPEZ: ALL I HAVE’ residency on September 30, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Photo: Gabe Ginsberg (Getty Images) Remember that Fyre Festival clusterfuck? I know, I know, how could you forget? You can still smell the odor […]

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Netflix Orders Its First Ever African Original Series 

Pearl Thusi attends the Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100 on December 2, 2018 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Photo: Noam Galai (Getty Images for Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100) Netflix, also known as “The Trillest Acquisition Company In The Industry,” is now setting its sights on Africa. According to South African […]

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Prediction: The next ‘Friends’-style scramble at Netflix will be over ‘The Office’

If you’re ranking the TV shows and movies that comprise Netflix’s voluminous streaming library by what people spend the most time watching more than anything else, there is a clear winner. According to NBC executives who’ve reportedly been told this by Netflix, people spend the most viewing hours watching a certain mockumentary about a paper […]

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Netflix Won’t Save Prestige Cinema

The best movie of the year is only playing in few theaters in New York City. Alfonso Cuarón’s intimate yet epic Roma, the story of a young maid and the fracturing family she works for in early-1970s Mexico City, is a sweeping autobiographical film whose pellucid 65mm format and stunning […]

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Netflix confirms ‘Friends’ will stay on the service through 2019

Three years after landing on Netflix, there’s been an uptick in chatter over the last couple of months that NBC’s mega-popular sitcom Friends may be finally leaving the streaming service come January 1st. Media analyst Rich Greenfield suggested as much in an analyst note back in October — specifically, that Friends might depart Netflix next […]

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Marvel Promises ‘More Adventures’ With Daredevil In The Future Following Cancellation

Netflix had previously announced that they would be cancelling the Daredevil TV series. The series had run for three seasons and was admittedly one of their better series amongst the Marvel shows on its platform, so safe to say many were surprised with the announcement. However could this cancellation simply […]

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‘Daredevil’ was officially canceled by Netflix, but it might still come back

In a disappointing (but ultimately unsurprising) turn of events, Netflix officially canceled its Daredevil series this week after a three-season run. This announcement comes less than two months after the cancellations of Luke Cage and Iron Fist, leaving Jessica Jones and The Punisher as the only surviving Marvel-Netflix collaborations. “Marvel’s Daredevil will not return for a fourth season on Netflix,” […]

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The Best Adult Animated Series On Netflix Right Now

Paramount Good news guys, cartoons aren’t just for kids anymore. Over the last few years, Netflix has jumped on board the animated series trend, churning out comedies, kids shows, and anime at a rate that makes us seriously question the need for anything live-action these days. Along with some critically […]

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Amazon calls Thanksgiving through Cyber Monday the ‘Turkey 5 weekend’, giving you another reason to hate capitalism

Amazon dribbled out its annual list of useless statistics to trumpet the fact that the more people are buying more stuff via the ecommerce behemoth than they ever have in the history of forever. But this year’s release contains a particularly heinous bit of marketing blather that has us weeping […]

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The Netflix Algorithm Wrote ‘The Princess Switch’ Which Is Why You Should Watch It

Netflix’s latest holiday confection, The Princess Switch, might be the least original movie of all time, but if you’re a nostalgia freak like me, this might actually be something to celebrate. The creators of The Princess Switch didn’t just “borrow” from any ol’ flicks. They chose to amalgamate some pretty […]

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Here’s Everything New On Netflix This Week, Including ‘Frontier’ Season 3 And Kurt Russell’s Santa Flick

Netflix Netflix just announced its December line-up which includes some blockbuster titles like Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War and Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma, but we’re here to remind you that some great shows and films are making their way to the streaming platform before the month of November is over. There’s Kurt […]

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Apple considered making a Chromecast-like TV dongle for its upcoming Netflix competitor

Apple’s own Netflix rival is expected to launch next year, but the streaming service will only work on Apple products, including iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV. To reach a wider audience, Apple reportedly considered making a Chromecast-like affordable dongle for TVs, as well as an application for smart TVs. People familiar with Apple’s plans […]

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The Satanists Who Were Suing ‘Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina’ Have Reached An ‘Amicable’ Settlement

Netflix Good if bizarre news for our bizarre but not good times: Remember the Satanists who were suing Warner Bros. because their new show, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, had used their trademarked deity? Well, the two parties have reached a truce. Deadline is reporting that the lawsuit between WB and […]

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