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When Daredevil Season 2 kicks off next year, he won’t be the only skilled fighter roaming the streets of Hell’s Kitchen. In addition to newcomers Punisher and Elektra, fans can also look forward to a key side character from Season 1 returning.
Creator Drew Goddard abandoned the series to jump on board Sony’s feature take on the villainous Sinister Six spinoff. That movie has yet to move forward beyond his script, and there were rumors swirling around the Internet that Goddard and Marvel were on different pages.
We know that most Netflix subscribers are happy with the current prices they’re paying for the service, and though many would complain if the company decided to raise them, I don’t think anyone would try to sue them. But they have no problem suing the city of Chicago, though.
Today Luke Cage has added a popular character actor to take on a new role. Pulp Fiction, Broken Arrow and Ray Donovan actor Frank Whaley has been signed on to Luke Cage in a recurring role.
Though it’s only been creating original content for a few years now, Netflix’s success rate is nearly impeccable, and even its worst series are better than some networks’ best shows. And there’s so much more to come. Here are 7 upcoming Netflix shows that you definitely need to have on your radar.
A few months ago, Endemol Shine North America expressed interest in and was hoping to make more episodes of Black Mirror for a US audience. Now, it looks as if new episodes of the show are coming.
Amazon made a huge announcement recently by saying they’re letting Prime subscribers download TV episodes and movies for offline viewing. Will Netflix now feel pressured to follow in those footsteps? Not at all, and the reasoning behind it is kind of insulting.
It’s been almost three months since Orange is the New Black debuted over the summer, and the creative team is back and laying the groundwork down for Season 4. And that groundwork may include bringing Caitlyn Jenner to the show.
But while many assumed that Jeremy Clarkson's post-Top Gear series might end up at Netflix, he and his co-hosts headed over to Amazon for an enormous price. And Netflix isn’t upset about that in the least, and the company has a solid reason for not diving into the bidding war headfirst.
While the characters in the Lemony Snicket books may go through a series of unfortunate events, everything is coming up fortunate for fans of the novels. Netflix just took a huge step in bringing the beloved A Series of Unfortunate Events franchise to streaming audiences
With the news that Jon Bernthal’s Frank Castle and Elodie Yung’s Elektra would join the proceedings, it was only a matter of time before more new faces started to pop up. Now, with the vigilante of Hell’s Kitchen gearing up for his second season, the series has cast actor Stephen Rider – known for his work in Lee Daniel’s The Butler – for a role familiar to comic book fans.
The last couple of weeks have been filled with casting and character reports for the upcoming Netflix series Luke Cage. Today, the show added another big name to the cast. The Netflix show is adding a House of Cards star to the mix.
Netflix is not a company that engages in a lot of sitting around and twiddling thumbs, and the latest release from the streaming giant, the Pablo Escobar-centric drug war drama Narcos, just became available last Friday, but Netflix is already giving it more support by officially ordering up a Season 2.
A new player has entered the Marvel Television arena. Read on to find out who's been cast, and what this means for Luke Cage's future.
Luke Cage is still a ways off from airing on Netflix, but the show’s cast is slowly coming together. Now this Sons of Anarchy star will be joining Mike Colter and Alfre Woodard in the main cast, and it sounds like he'll be playing someone who has a bone to pick with the titular hero.