Subscribe To Topics You're Interested In
I've already subscribed
Netflix has been a boon to television lovers. If you miss an entire season of a show, you can easily catch up in one weekend. A benefit, of course, is the lack of ads of any kind being attached to our favorite shows. Now, though, it looks like that might be starting to change.
Shows like Life and Rectify have proven that excellent TV narratives can be taken from longtime prisoners who return to the outside world. Netflix is joining that party with its newest series.
If you like to binge watch programs on Netflix, and you're a subscriber of Comcast, you're going to want to read this article sitting down. The news we have to share isn't the best in the world, but it's important.
Netflix has been losing a lot of popular programming in recent months, instead choosing to focus more on original programming. However, very soon the subscription streaming service may lose some of the biggest network TV programs it is still paying for, and not because Netflix is alright with losing those programs.
Rivalries will exist, no matter what the setting, and one of the stranger (and non-intense) feuds out there is happening between Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and FX President John Landgraf. And Hastings has made it clear he isn't worried about competition.
One blast from the past project that should be super fun is the upcoming revisit to the world of the extended Tanner family of Full House with Fuller House. Star Candace Cameron Bure took to Instagram to post a picture of the latest addition to the show.
With the success of Daredevil and Jessica Jones on the way, the partnership between Marvel and Netflix has been fruitful. There is one title they've been having issues with, however, and it could have a big impact moving forward.
Riding a hot streak, Selena Gomez has just teamed up with Netflix for an adaptation of 13 Reasons Why, a young adult series that deals with the dark subject of teen suicide.
Longmire fans can breathe a sigh of relief, the show has gotten yet another season on Netflix. Now we've got even more time to watch sheriff Walt Longmire solve crimes and take lots of prisoners in big sky country.
In it, we saw Jessica seemingly down and out as she confronted a villain from her past and her own future. However, now it seems that while she takes down criminals she’ll definitely be crossing paths with another Marvel character.
We also know that a lot of subscribers are regular users of the streaming service, but we didn’t know exactly how much content those regular users were consuming on a consistent basis. That is, until now.
A lot of the details regarding the surprise Gilmore Girls revival still have to be worked out, but recently we learned one major piece of the puzzle, regarding when the upcoming 90-minute episodes will take place.
Daredevil premiered way back in April of this year, and while we’ve been getting teasers for the new show, Jessica Jones, in recent months, today is the first time Netflix has released an official trailer for the series. Give it a watch.
There are millions upon millions of people who use Netflix on a daily basis, but it is admittedly a habit that is limited to the parts of the world where Netflix has already been established. Thankfully, a lot more people will be getting it soon.
I think most of us expect prominent TV actors to be bringing in plenty of moolah, but the salaries of some of them may surprise you. Recently, Taryn Manning revealed that she doesn’t make nearly as much money from Netflix’s Orange is the New Black as you might guess.