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6 Funny Valentine's Day TV Episodes On Netflix To Laugh Your Blues Away
Valentine's Day isn't for everyone. Whether you’re single, sick of it all, or somewhere in between, finding a way to distract yourself on the overtly lovey-dovey day is a necessity. But we’re not proponents of the mentality that if you’re not in love you must be miserable and bitter instead. It’s silly, and stupid, and a waste of everyone’s time. Plus what sort of monster would encourage you to be unhappy? (Spoiler Alert: not me.)
Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 6 Set For Netflix In March, Watch A New Clip
Netflix has a real treat for fans of Cartoon Network's animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Not only is the streaming video service making the first five seasons of the show available to their U.S. and Canadian subscribers, they'll also be premiering the sixth and final season. Netflix announced this week that Season 6 will debut exclusively on Netflix on Friday, March 7.
House Of Cards Renewed For Season 3 Ahead Of Season 2 Premiere
Next Friday, Netflix will be celebrating Valentines Day the Francis Underwood way. (Yes, next Friday is Valentine's Day.) But House of Cards has cause to celebrate now as Netflix has already renewed the political drama for a third season.
Marco Polo Adventure Series Is Netflix Bound
Adventure awaits Netflix subscribers! Rest assured, you don’t have to get off the couch for this kind of adventure. Netflix announced today that they’re moving forward with an original series based on the epic adventures of Marco Polo. Their plan is to get this exciting sounding series on the air by late 2014.
Lilyhammer Gets Renewed For Season 3 At Netflix
Of Netflix’s original programming, Lilyhammer isn’t exactly generating the most buzz, but it does precede shows like House of Cards and Orange is the New Black, and Netflix is evidently pleased enough with the reception of the comedy to renew the series for a third season, which will air later in 2014.
House Of Cards Season 2 Gets A Poster And Chilling Official Trailer
“One heartbeat away from the presidency, not a single vote cast in my name. Democracy is so overrated.” - Frank Underwood. The official trailer for Season 2 of House of Cards is brimming with amazingly chilling quotes and bits of footage. And Netflix has released the official poster as well.
House Of Cards Directors Episode Commentaries Now Available On Netflix
Hulu, take note: Netflix has added director commentary from the likes of David Fincher, James Foley, Joel Schumacher, and more to the first season of their highly acclaimed series House of Cards, and we're pretty excited about the development. That said, it seems like a shot in the foot to anyone who bought the Blu-ray or DVD sets, which were completely bare-bones and without any special features. But then, not everybody gets down with the nerdy side of extras like I do.
House Of Cards' New Season 2 Teaser Is Strangely Hypnotic
The new teaser for the second season of House of Cards offers almost nothing in terms of revealing what’s ahead for Kevin Spacey’s Frank Underwood, but if you listen hard enough (don’t bother raising the volume on your video player) you can almost hear the sound of scheming happening as Frank Underwood’s mind is likely building some kind of check-list to plot out his next few moves, whatever they may be.
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.