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Ever wonder how shows such as Daredevil and House of Cards can become such enormous hits, despite the fact that we almost never see commercials for them? Netflix knows this, and it’s all part of their business model.
In fact, the ratings service recently revealed some new software that will allow Netflix users to drop audio-signature files so that the company can keep track of what Netflix subscribers are watching. This morning, we learned a few more details about how this is going down.
Little is known about what to expect from the Netflix series Luke Cage at this point, a new but a new report may give us an idea of what we might see on the show, both in terms of the story and some of the important characters that will be appearing.
Online streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon and Hulu have, in recent years, become a nearly ubiquitous alternative to traditional television services. As of now, a subscription for streaming giant Netflix costs $7.99, but how do users feel about the pricing?
Well-known for keeping details about its ratings under wraps, Netflix isn’t always as good about hiding how much money it’s spending on upcoming projects. And the streaming service’s upcoming series The Crown, a period drama about the reign of Queen Elizabeth, is by far its most exorbitantly priced effort yet.
In its first three seasons, House of Cards delivered plenty of shocks, surprises, and various moments of extreme discomfort, but which of those moments was the most challenging for creator Beau Willimon to put together?
After Luke Cage makes his Marvel Cinematic Universe debut in Jessica Jones, he’ll star in his own Netflix series. It was previously reported that longtime Luke Cage nemesis Cottonmouth may appear in the hero’s Netflix series, and now we might have another villain added to the cast, with a Emmy-winning actress taking the part.
The company has borrowed a ton of money to create even more original content. If that original programming continues to lure in new subscribers, you can bet your bottom dollar that more price hikes will be coming, in Europe, the United States and many other countries.
We’ve all known that the Titanic of cable companies was going to be crashing into the iceberg of streaming services soon enough, but it looks like there are some pretty huge cracks forming already. The same can't be said for streaming services, though.
While sitting (or lying down) through a major binge-fest on Netflix, did you ever stop to wonder just how many commercials you’d have to suffer through if Daredevil or the Wet Hot American Summer series was airing through a marathon on TV?
More so than the earlier seasons of Arrested Development, the fourth installment seemed to polarize the show’s fanbase, and star Jason Bateman has a pretty good idea of why it wasn't more accepted by fans.
Recently, Bure revealed that when she returned to shoot the upcoming revival series Fuller House, she saw her former TV uncle, played by John Stamos, and immediately started crying. Here’s what she had to say about her return to the set.
They call baseball the American Pastime, but watching sitcoms has got to come in a close second. While we sit and wait for the Fuller House to finally debut on Netflix, the San Francisco Giants have done us the service of reminding us just how much we love the classic sitcom.
Remember when Longmire was unexpected cancelled and its niche but passionate fans were convinced they’d never see any new episodes? Well, the show was miraculously picked up by Netflix, and thanks to the first official trailer teaser, it now finally feels real.
David Tennant’s Kilgrave will be Jessica Jones’s main antagonist, but beyond being just someone for Jessica to fight, the villain will be just as key to the series as the eponymous protagonist.