Netflix has given us a first look at the new series from Tina Fey and Robert Carlock. If you know anything about the project, it’s about as wacky as you’d expect. If you don’t, go ahead and give the first Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt trailer a watch. It needs to be seen.
Streaming TV is still working on its mission to take over the world, err, become a viable alternative to regular TV. This week, the hotel chain Marriott International announced that it would be adding streaming services to eight of its properties as an amenity.
While it still isn’t clear when Netflix will deliver Melissa Rosenberg’s A.K.A. Jessica Jones to its comic-loving subscribers, we have a pretty good idea of who we’ll be seeing the kickass detective facing in her first season.
You just can’t keep Will Arnett off of television, and anyone who tries should have to spend a week or two working for Gob Bluth. A few months after CBS’ unceremonious cancellation of his sitcom The Millers, Arnett is reteaming with Netflix and Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz for this new series.
Earlier this week, Netflix subscribers all over the country got some bad news when it was announced that the streaming service would soon be losing a huge chunk of its British TV series lineup. It turns out that news wasn't entirely true.
Netflix is the dominant subscription video on-demand service (SVOD). This may be of no surprise, but apparently viewers are watching way more of it that we’ve ever thought. What happens after Netflix gathers up a base of 10, 20, 30 or more original series to match their huge library of licensed product?
Netflix is a cheap TV solution for many families, but one of the downsides to Netflix is its penchant for dropping popular programming. Unfortunately at the end of the month, a bunch of wildly popular programs are being dropped by the streaming service.
It was in 2001 that David Wain first introduced us to the comedic cult family of characters in his feature film Wet Hot American Summer.
Moments after Kevin Spacey collected his first Golden Globe award for his performance as Francis Underwood in House of Cards, the official trailer for Season 3 aired on NBC during the commercial break. Perfect timing? We'd say so.
You might have noticed that their recently announced release schedule didn’t have the Marvel series A.K.A. Jessica Jones on it. Sadly, that’s because Netflix will be holding onto it for longer than we expected, a.k.a. hoped.
Marvel’s blind superhero is getting another shot at live-action next year when Netflix kicks off their Marvel Studios programming. Daredevil will follow the adventures of Matt Murdock, who uses his enhanced sense to fight crime in Hell’s Kitchen as the vigilante Daredevil. The show is still a few months away, but here’s everything we know about it so far.
There are a ton of brand new programs slated to premiere. From the former NBC project Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt to the first of Netflix’s Marvel offerings, there’s a lot to look forward to. So, without further ado, here is Netflix’s premiere schedule for the next several months.
Netflix announced a number of new series premiere dates today, among which is their highly anticipated Marvel series, Daredevil. We were expecting that one to drop in May, however Netflix has the drama lined up to arrive on Friday, April 10, 2015.
Remember when stealing cable television by way of rewiring was a big deal? Netflix is apparently starting to take a stand on the modern version of that consumer crime, with movie studios standing over its shoulders.
This year, Netflix has a few New Year’s tricks up its sleeve. The company has taken tired kiddies and annoyed parents into consideration this holiday season and have put together a New Year’s Eve special of All Hail King Julien that will allow parents to fool their younger kiddos on when the New Year has actually hit.