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Today marks the birthday of the eight main characters of the Netflix series Sense8 and in honor of the ensemble, the series has announced its Season 2 renewal. Fans were starting to get worried that this popular Wachowski sibling series was on its way to disappearing.
It’s not that surprising that Netflix isn’t willing to share numbers with Nielsen, considering the execs aren’t willing to share numbers with anyone. But don’t count Nielsen out, as the data pusher has ways of finding out how many people have been streaming Netflix shows.
Like Sisyphus trying to push a square boulder up a down escalator while wearing roller skates, trying to figure out the funniest part of Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp is seemingly an impossible task. But this was it.
This week, we got our first good look at Blake and Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit, who originally played Nicky and Alex on the series and will be returning for the reboot. Just like the rest of the gang, they’re all grown up!
With Netflix’s plan to release a new Marvel series every six months they’ll need to get the next one into production soon if they don’t want to miss the mark. Luke Cage may be getting closer to as rumors are now swirling about a new villain who will be part of the series.
Now the whole cast is returning for Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer: First Day at Camp, and executive producer and actor Michael Showalter is happy to explain exactly why it doesn’t matter how old the cast looks.
There have been rumors floating around about a live-action Star Wars TV show. Now there is talk that there are actually THREE different shows that Disney is developing, with Netflix as the planned destination. Is there a planet big enough to hold all the anticipation?
Netflix doesn’t seem like it can do much wrong, and o extremely high point has been Daredevil, which ramped up fans’ expectations for the rest of the upcoming Marvel shows. Thankfully, the powers that be won’t make audiences wait quite as long as we originally thought.
As the Full House theme song taught us, predictability is all but absent in the world today, outside of things like hearts and hands to hold onto. Fuller House is already messing with expectations by changing one big aspect of its original plot.
A lot of Arrested Development's laughs come from esteemed actor Jeffrey Tambor, who played the expertly shady patriarch George Bluth, and show creator Mitch Hurwitz puts one of Tambor’s ad-libs in the pilot episode as the best of the show’s run. Chicken dance time!
As Marvel preps for its Phase Three slate of films next year, the Netflix side of their universe is slowly coming together. And there’s talk of them moving away from superheroes for their next Netflix project and focus on a team of less-than-stellar individuals with abilities.
It appears that the torrential, toxic status of Bill Cosby has finally led to one inevitable career consequence. Netflix, who partnered last year with the formerly beloved potion-popping comedian for a subsequently-shelved stand-up special, has finally taken the next step in nixing the tainted program altogether.
The Olsen twins have pretty much stated they will not be returning for the new Netflix series. But wait, not so fast. It looks like Michelle may not be missing from Fuller House, after all.
The latest quality show to get a much-deserved season renewal on Netflix is the raunchy and well-structured animated comedy BoJack Horseman.To celebrate, make yourself a margarita with cocaine on the rim of the glass instead of salt.
As soon as you heard that there was a new follow-up series for Full House in the works, I’m betting the first thing that you started wondering about was who Danny Tanner had been banging all these years. Well, maybe not, but now we know who it is!