Thanks to two British teenagers, we finally have the solution to one of the biggest problems to plague TV watchers and Netflix bingers since low internet speeds. Apparently, a teenage duo has figured out how to pause the TV when you fall asleep.
While much of the comic book-loving world is geared up for Joss Whedon’s blockbuster Avengers: Age of Ultron coming next year, we’re over here like, “Don’t forget about Netflix’s Daredevil, people!” Check out some new shots of the blind vigilante below.
A potential follow-up to Wet Hot American Summer has been discussed for years. A potential prequel film was a possibility as early as 2011, and the gang began speaking more seriously about the possibility in 2012. Now, the project will be moving forward over at Netflix. Here are the latest details.
Though things do occasionally get exciting thanks to swords and army battles, Marco Polo is like a string of dialogue-heavy video game cutscenes with all of the interesting gameplay removed.
Within a week of the announcement, Krysten Ritter is already starting to prepare for her role as Jessica Jones. And to do so, she picked up some comic books and went straight to the origin of the character.
Netflix has been expanding into original content over the last several years, putting the binge-watch model on the map. Recently, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos recently came out to explain that the subscription streaming service really wants to continue to expand original product.
Marvel and Netflix’s Jessica Jones series has been underway for quite a while now. All of Netflix’s Marvel projects were picked up about a year ago, but it took until today for the prolific comic company to announce who would star in the Jessica Jones series.
Nick Offerman’s a pretty funny dude, so funny that he’s branching out to Netflix, where he will star in his own comedy special, Nick Offerman: American Ham. This week the subscription streaming service released a clip from the special.
You know things are going badly when TV network execs actually come out and address that things are going badly. It turns out quite a lot of the ads you're watching online equal zero money for networks. Find out why that is.
Netflix is a company that likes a lot of things. It likes to bring subscribers relatively cheap content. It likes to dabble in original programming. Above all, the company really, really likes to take shots at broadcast TV. This week Netflix CEO Reed Hastings took a shot at broadcast television and his comment wasn't particularly kind.
An overwhelming majority of the shows canceled every season aren’t big surprises. They’re either obvious chopping block victims or at least solidly on the bubble enough that there’s more disappointment than shock. There are always one or two every year, however, that just come out of nowhere and piss fans off something fierce.
Bill Cosby has told a lot of stories in his long and decorated career, but none of them are currently saving it from being in flux following a still-growing list of sexual assault and rape claims that have been made against the comedian. The latest blow to Cosby’s future involves his upcoming Netflix special Bill Cosby 77.
Which series is more popular, House of Cards or Orange is the New Black? And how many people have watched Alpha House and Transparent? Amazon and Netflix haven't exactly been willing to share that information, but it may be available soon enough, as Nielsen's going to start collecting their own data, much in the way they do with network and cable television.
Netflix has signed on for a new, sweeping original series following none other than the explorer Marco Polo, and today we have finally been treated to an epic trailer. Marco Polo is no small-time production; instead, it's a co-venture with Netflix and The Weinstein Company that looks to be the network's most ambitious production to date.
While the second season of The Fall finally gets going over in the UK, those of us on the other side of the pond must wait patiently to see the next six episodes of the gripping Northern Ireland serial killer drama, which stars Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan. The bad news is, expect to wait a couple more months.