It’s no mystery that we love cartoons here at Cinema Blend, almost as much as we enjoy reminiscing about childhood. The Care Bears and their other four-legged friends will soon be coming back to make all of our lives that much cheerier.
Next year, Marvel Studios has a brand new superhero coming soon to a screen near you. No, I'm not talking about Ant-Man or even Scarlett Witch or Quicksilver from The Avengers: Age of Ultron. I'm talking about Daredevil - and today we have our first look at his costume:
Daredevil's new logo might be a little cartoonish for a show created by Steven S. DeKnight (Spartacus), but I’m sure the series is anything but. I’m quite fond of the aesthetic, actually, as it pays homage to its comic roots, rather than using a cold, straight-fonted logo devoid of warmth
If you didn't start streaming your marathon of Ronald D. Moore's rebooting of Battlestar Galactica on Sunday, you're too late to catch all the episodes before Netflix pulls the plug tomorrow morning.
While most networks are just now giving new projects pilot commitments, Netflix is not nearly as restricted as the networks and just signed on for two seasons of a brand new project this morning. On Tuesday, Netflix signed on with Judd Apatow and Legendary Pictures for Love, a brand new romantic comedy that will offer an “honest take” on 21st century relationships.
While online streaming is still a ways away from completely replacing traditional television viewing, it is ubiquitous enough at this point to make "Why isn't this show on Netflix yet?" a fairly common inquiry. As such, here are ten completed series that Netflix needs to add to its stocked library posthaste, so that we may forget things like Hemlock Grove exist.
Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bat signal! It’s an invisible jet! It’s Superman! But down here on the ground is Arrow, the greatest superhero to ever use a hoodie as his costume. And Season 2 just started streaming!
Those of us who enjoy over-the-top mayhem like that are quite curious about the approach Steven DeKnight will be taking with his upcomingDaredevil series for Netflix. After all, this is the guy that created Spartacus, one of the most gloriously violent shows on TV.
Those who aren't into watching football for the next few weeks might want some new streaming material to replace all things (not really) made out of pigskin, and you’d be in luck, as Netflix became a one-stop shop for cult comedy, ice cold James Spader and David Duchovny getting some poon.
After more than forty years in the music business, Bruce Springsteen has decided to branch out. The Boss has plans in the works to write a children’s book, and this week sources revealed he is headed to Netflix to take his first scripted acting gig on the streaming service’s original series Lilyhammer. Lilyhammer’s third season should actually be filled with reunions for lead Steven Van Zandt.
Fans of the cult series and physical media have been waiting well over a year for a DVD version of the Netflix-produced Season 4, and while there's still no guaranteed release date set, 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment and show creator Mitch Hurwitz are asking for everyone’s help in designing the Season 4 DVD set. It’s Art Tested for Relevance. Cue the ukulele.
Holy bat-quisition! Fox’s upcoming drama series Gotham has a built-in fanbase, given the near-universal love for all things Batman-related, and that appears to be good enough for Netflix, which can't be bothered with waiting for the show to come out before signing an exclusive deal for worldwide rights.
How much is Netflix reportedly paying per episode to stream NBC's new drama The Blacklist? A lot. In fact, it's being reported as possibly "the biggest subscription video-on-demand deal for a TV series."
Adventure awaits at Netflix! The streaming video service has Marco Polo on deck to premiere later this year. Today, Netflix has released a handful of photos from the series, which show off starLorenzeo Richelmy in the role of Marco, as well as the beautiful Zhu Zhu, who plays Marco's love interest Kokachin. Here they are together in what appears to be a very romantic, somewhat shirtless moment...
Will Arnett plays the titular BoJack Horseman, the former star of the cheeseriffic sitcom Horsin’ Around, in which he takes care of three human children. Think Charles in Charge, only with Charles as a pun-spewing sweater-wearing horse. “A horse of a different…cruller?” is probably my favorite joke in the whole series.