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Doctor Who has been an institution of British television for more than half a century by now, but it’s only in the last decade or so that the show has hit the mainstream on the American side of the pond. Sadly, Netflix has some news for Who fans that is definitely not fantastic.
We’ve been in the dark about Luke Cage Season 1’s premiere date, but it looks like Marvel has provided their first clue about when the show will debut thanks to a cryptic tweet.
The perfect example of Daredevil’s intense fight scenes was the hallway brawl at the end of “Cut Man.” Now star Charlie Cox says the fights in Season 2 will be even more brutal.
Daredevil Season 2 is set to be released in its entirety on March 18th, 2016, complete with new showrunners and with the knowledge that the Defenders series will unite the rest of the heroes. Daredevil’s co-showrunner recently opened up as to how the upcoming Defenders show informed their process when creating Season 2.
While John Stamos is currently evolving as a patriarch in Season 1 of Fox’s Grandfathered, there is arguably more interest growing for his other project, the Netflix-bound spinoff Fuller House. And Stamos is already talking about the show's future.
Netflix’s Making a Murderer has inspired a lot of conversation about the case of convicted murderer Steven Avery. Since people are siding with the defense in the case, that means that they’ve made villains of the prosecutor and law enforcement who worked to put Avery in prison, and they are not being quiet about it at all.
There’s been a lot of talk over the last few months about Netflix and how popular it is compared to cable networks or the Big Three, but one thing is now certain: whatever else people might be watching, they are absolutely watching Netflix.
There have been an awful lot of big developments for Marvel on the big and small screen alike recently. New details have emerged about the character who appeared in both shows who will be present on next installment Luke Cage: Claire Temple.
The documentary Making A Murderer has become a hit for Netflix since it debuted a month ago. People are riveted by the true crime aspect, but the show has also received flack for not putting forth a lot of evidence that led to the convicted murderer's prison sentence in the first place. Now, Netflix has a response to those claims.
Few antagonists, if any, entered 2015 television as flippantly brutal and emotionally debilitating as David Tennant’s Kilgrave in Netflix’s Jessica Jones. And it sounds like there's hope for him to appear in Season 2.
Throughout Season 1 of Netflix, audiences got to watch as Matt Murdock balanced a life full of tragedy, religious iconography, enhanced senses and an increased interest in vigilantism. Now he's got Punisher and Elektra to worry about.
For anyone who is into high-quality scripted television, then there is much to cheer over in terms of how many original series have been hitting streaming sites in the past couple of years. But could that lead to trouble as time goes on?
Where there is smoke, there is not always fire, as there will sometimes be someone with a smoke machine there to incite a hubbub. Such was the case when NBC tried to say it had figured out some of Netflix's ratings. Netflix was not amused.
Netflix has been producing fantastic original series in recent years, and one of the funniest has definitely been Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Fortunately for fans of the show, it looks like Kimmy will continue to be unbreakable for quite some time.
A year ago,Netflix borrowed a ton of money in order to really kick up its original programming lineup a notch or five. As it turns out, in 2016 Netflix will show no signs of slowing down. Here's how much the company is planning to spend on new content.