Netflix and Marvel’s latest project, Daredevil proved to be an instant success. As fans across the world binge-watched the 13-episode series we were all desperately holding our tongues till our friends caught up. Now, we’ve given some of the slowpokes time to catch-up, and we can start getting down to the nitty gritty of things.
Wild rumors and the Marvel Cinematic Universe seem to go hand in hand. This fact is ever more apparent when considering the cross-medium possibilities that have opened up, thanks to the spectacular success of Netflix’s Daredevil.
Although we’ve seen some footage from Orange is the New Black Season 3, details on the new season haven’t been incredibly forthcoming. Which is why it’s so exciting to announce that Jenji Kohan and co. have a brand new character planned for Season 3 of the Netflix series.
Everywhere you look, talk about the upcoming revival of Full House, titled Fuller House is rampant. With Uncle Jesse himself (John Stamos) having recently dropped the news the series is returning, the specifics have quickly begun to disseminate.
Just two months after we last saw Tom Haverford treat himself for the last time on Parks and Recreation, star Aziz Ansari has already landed his next series, and it's the latest in a long line of Netflix original series.
The new version of Full House is happening, and while we’ve learned a lot of details about the series, the cast has still not been fully cemented. Now, it looks like there may be some contract holdouts.
Being the clearly defined leader of the streaming medium, you’d think that Netflix would be diverting much of its attention towards combating piracy. However, it's actually using piracy to its advantage, and it's working.
After months of rumors, we now know for sure that waiting just around the bend is Fuller House, which is confirmed tor return to audiences in 2016 with several cast members set to return. Wake up, San Francisco, because you’re back in our lives again.
It’s safe to say that Netflix has grown into a monolithic multi-media monster. Yet, as often as that fact is discussed, the true breadth of its growth is probably not something that is widely conceived. But their Q1 earnings for 2015 prove they're king of the mountain.
If you’ve gotten an email recently from Netflix suggesting that you check out Scrotal Recall, this isn’t a late April Fools joke. We promise. It's something way more intriguing.
The most technically impressive fight on Daredevil came in just the second episode, as the black-hooded superhero faced down a line of villains for one continuous tracking shot in an apartment building’s hallway. As you may have guessed, it wasn't easy.
Five years in the making, Planet Earth was both vivid and memorable (and expensive), and now, nearly a decade later, Netflix has signed on with the Planet Earth team to create another docuseries of its ilk.
Today the subscription streaming service has stated that its hit prison-oriented drama, Orange is the New Black, will officially be returning for Season 4. That shows a lot of confidence in the dramedy, as Jenji Kohan’s series hasn’t even premiered its third season, yet.
When Netflix first announced Daredevil, conversations turned to whether or not the show would be accessible to blind audiences. And while that wasn’t the case at first, Netflix has announced all 13 episodes now have that option.
Since it’s only been three days since Daredevil premiered, there’s no word yet on whether it will come back for a second season, but if it does, these are the villains it needs to pit against the Man Without Fear.