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Netflix Tries Out New Pricing Plan For Solo Users
Remember back in 2011 when Netflix unveiled (or canon-shot) their plans for Quikster in all of our faces, dividing the streaming and DVD plans and changing their pricing model in the process? The reaction was not good, to say the least, resulting in the subscription service quickly issuing an apology and eventually scrapping their Quiksterplans (but not entirely their plans to separate DVD and streaming). Well, they seem to have learned their lesson well enough from that ordeal to take a more tentative to adjusting their pricing plans.
What's on TV Christmas Day: A Guide That'll Keep Everyone Happy
When it comes to the holiday spirit, it’s all well and good until it’s not, meaning: sometimes you need a break from your family! Or in the very least, some sort of inanimate object you can all gather ‘round and stare at in silence while the heady goodness that is a Christmas morning food coma sets in. And while the Yule Log is all well and good for some, it is but one option in a sea of many, and doesn't necessarily work for everyone. But fear not, for the answer to your "what to watch on Christmas Day" quandary is here!
Watch Orange Is The New Black's Cindy Beat-Box A Holiday Tune
It seems Adrienne C. Moore’s Orange is the New Black character Cindy Hayes (a.k.a. “Black Cindy”) isn’t about to let Netflix’s crackling log get all the holiday glory this season, as the fictional inmate takes center stage in a new video, which has her beat-boxing “Jingle Bells” in celebration of the holiday season.
President Obama Is A House Of Cards Fan... Um, Should We Be Worried?
President Barack Obama is a House of Cards fan. If we read too much into that realization, we might have cause to worry, but watch the video below and it seems clear that the President was making light of the dark nature of the Netflix political drama when meeting with tech CEOs at the White House this week.
A Pile Of Wood Meets Its Destiny In Netflix's Hot New Trailer For 'Fireplace For Your Home'
“A pile of wood meets its destiny” in this hot new official trailer for Netflix’s Fireplace for your Home programming. Gone are the days when the crackling log programming goes without a trailer to promote its fiery awesomeness. We’re living in the Netflix era and in the case of Fireplace For Your Home, I’d say a trailer is warranted, if only to remind Netflix streaming subscribers that they can squeeze a little more juice out of their subscription by streaming all of the yule log and instrumental Christmas tunes they can handle on their TV sets.
'The Square' Netflix Trailer Shows Egypt's Arab Spring In A More Nuanced Light
The ongoing nature of the Egyptian Revolution has not stymied Jehane Moujain from chronicling the events in her new documentary, The Square. The Audience Award for World Cinema winner from the 2013 Sundance Film Festival has found a home on Netflix — the on-demand streaming media company's first-ever acquisition of this kind — which has produced its first trailer in advance of the January 17, 2014 premiere date.
Breaking Bad Spinoff Better Call Saul To Stream On Netflix In The U.S. And Other Countries In 2014
Better Call Saul has yet to air. In fact, we haven’t seen so much as a teaser for the planned Breaking Bad spinoff, but that isn’t stopping Netflix from calling dibs on the planned AMC series, ensuring that their U.S., Canadian, European and South American subscribers have access to it shortly after its first season run.
Unsurprising: Netflix Survey Indicates People Like To Binge-Watch TV
Binge-watching TV shows isn’t the way of the future. It’s the way of the present, as Netflix has demonstrated with the statistics listed in a survey they had done to examine how people are watching TV and how they feel about sitting through more than one episode at a time of the same TV show.
House Of Cards Season 2 Trailer: And The Butchery Begins
And the butchery begins! Following up on the teaser that released earlier this month, Netflix has offered up a full trailer for the upcoming second season of House of Cards. All signs point to more scheming, deception and maybe even a little bit of murder on the horizon for this compelling political drama.
2014 Golden Globe Nominations Show Netflix Up, HBO Down And Game Of Thrones Nowhere
The nominations for the 71st annual Golden Globes are in, and after reviewing the list and doing the side-by-side comparisons between this year’s and the last few years, we’ve picked over the picks to find the snubs, note the surprises and try to figure out what the Hollywood Foreign Press was thinking with their choices, for better or worse.
AFI Awards Honor Breaking Bad, Masters of Sex, Veep, And More As Best Of 2013
The American Film Institute’s official selections for the 2013 AFI Awards have been announced, and the television selection proves that 2013 was a truly stellar year for the small screen. The list, which includes 10 of the year’s most outstanding television series as well as 10 equally-as-impressive movies, was selected by a panel of highly impressive judges.
100+ Netflix TV Offerings For Binge-Watching Over The Holidays
It’s that time of year again! TV doesn’t exactly grind to a halt during the holidays, as some networks fill their primetime hours with holiday programming, but most of our favorite TV dramas and comedies will be going on hiatus for the next few weeks, if not longer. Lest you think that means you actually have to step away from the television, rest assured, this is actually a great time of year to watch those shows you’ve been meaning to check out, or lose yourself in a nostalgic binge-watch.
House Of Cards Season 2 Gets A Smoky Teaser And A February Premiere Date
As if to assure us that they aren’t changing their strategy for full-season launches of their original programming following word that they’re debuting only the first handful of episodes of their new children’s series this Christmas Eve, Netflix has announced the premiere date of House of Cards’s section season, and it’s coming all at once. We also get the above teaser, which offers us little more than the sight of Robin Wright’s Claire Underwood smoking a cigarette before the February 14, 2014 premiere date presents itself...
Turbo FAST Gets A Trailer And A Christmas Eve Premiere Date At Netflix
Netflix is giving families a reason to turn off the anticipated Christmas Story marathon this Christmas Eve and switch over to Netflix for their first ever original series for kids, Turbo FAST. The streaming video service debuted the above trailer today, along with the announcement that they’ll be launching the series on December 24 at 12:01 a.m. PST.
Check Out How To Be A Crime Boss In New Lilyhammer Clip
Fans are less than two weeks out from the Season 2 premiere of the series, and Netflix has put together a special clip from the December 13 premiere episode to share with fans. Yes, that’s a Friday release date, and yes that’s annoying, but on the bright side, fans have binge viewing to look forward to, starting with the above original clip.