Netflix knows what people like. Not only do they make it their business to offer a variety of movies and TV shows through their streaming video subscription service, they also make it their business to keep an eye on what the people like, and in this case, what the kids like.
Every hero needs his nemesis, and just two weeks after Marvelís upcoming Daredevil series found its horned cowl hero in Boardwalk Empireís Charlie Cox, the Netflix original series has landed what will presumably be its big baddie in Vincent D'Onofrio.
Orange is the New Black made its grand return for Season 2 last Friday on Netflix, and while the series was pirated quite a bit in its first couple of days -- especially by comparison to Season 1 -- from what's being reported, it still falls short of Netflix's more pirated drama House of Cards.
This article contains spoilers from Game of Thrones if you're not caught up on Season 4 through last week's episode. Pedro Pascal has lined up his next small screen role. After making his grand exit from Game of Thrones last week, the actor is joining the cast of Netflix's upcoming series Narcos, which is being written by Chris Brancato and directed by Jose Padilha.
As unpredictable as a predatorís next move, Netflixís surprise critical hit Orange is the New Black is off parole and back for a drama-filled Season 2. This is prison-issued binge watching material, but donít let them find it in your bunk, or there might be hell to pay.
"Now the story of a wealthy girl who lost everything, and the one family who had no choice but to help her keep it together. It's Orange is the New Black. Ok, Netflix, that's a pretty genius way to remind us that Orange is the New Black returns this Friday. The only problem is, now I'm torn between watching Arrested Development or bing-watching at least the last few episodes of Orange is the New Black in preparation of Season 2.
According to the rumor professionals at Latino Review, sources are saying Boardwalk Empire star Charlie Cox ďis looking like heís going to be Marvelís Daredevil.Ē This of course doesnít mean that Marvel has actually hired him, or that Cox himself is even aware of this tidbit.
There's some definite shuffling going on at Marvel recently. Earlier, we learned that Edgar Wright was exiting the anticipated Ant-Man feature film, and now comes word that Drew Goddard has stepped down as showrunner from Netflix's Daredevil series.
More than 10 years ago, David Wain and Michael Showalter wrote an over-the-top ensemble comedy about a group of young adults working at a camp during the summer of í81. The movie, Wet Hot American Summer, was notoriously panned by critics but became a cult hit regardless. Now, Netflix is looking to take the popular project and turn it into a TV series.
We hope youíre hungry, because you can now sink your teeth into the very first poster for Season 2 of the dark supernatural thriller Hemlock Grove. You can also sink your hairy claws into it, but thatís not as widely-known an idiom outside the werewolf community.
With the widely acclaimed first season of the prison dramedy Orange is the New Black, Netflix once again proved itself capable of competing with the best of cable TV for riveting storytelling. And Iím pretty sure Season 2 is going to be even more extreme and uncompromising.
Considering myself an optimist by nature, I'd be happy to report news that gave us some hope that Community might see its sixth season and a movie. Unfortunately, that's not what we're hearing. Multiple sources are reporting quite the opposite, in fact. It sounds like Netflix is out for reviving the show, and series creator Dan Harmon is reportedly ready to move on to other projects.
Orange is the New Black is set to begin streaming on Netflix on June 6, but more than a month ahead of the Season 2 premiere, word on the street is that Orange is the New Black is headed to the network for a third season. Here's some more early Season 3 news.
Marvel Studios has demonstrated a proclivity for keeping details about their upcoming projects as hidden as possible, as their upcoming slate of Netflix shows is certainly no exception. It was announced last November that the blockbuster movie studio had made a deal with the streaming giant to make shows based on the comic book characters Daredevil, Luke Cage, Iron Fist and Jessica Jones, but months since the plans were revealed have been filled with a great deal of silence on the part of the Marvel higher-ups. That is, until now.
Instead of streaming through a third party setup, like a Blu-ray player, those who already subscribe to Netflix would be able to set the TV to the right channel, thus launching an app that would enable buyers to stream whatever available content they want.