The biggest name on the list is BIll Cosby, whose latest hour of stand-up is scheduled to fall somewhere in between performances by the stellar comics Jim Jefferies, Bill Burr, Chelsea Peretti and Chelsea Handler, whose special was previously announced. Watch out, Comedy Central.
Netflix's goal in 2014 (or one of them, at least) is bringing audiences exclusive TV series from around the world, instead of just dropping a bunch of time and money on an Americanized remake that never matches the potential of its source material. The latest series scooped up by the streaming giant is the highly acclaimed BBC dramatic thriller Happy Valley,
I mostly use Netflix for TV binging and late night sleep aids, but I’ve definitely taken advantage of the original series Orange is the New Black and House of Cards. It appears I could be in the minority on that front, at least according to a new polled study reported by research firm Centris Marketing Science.
Arrested Development will likely be back for Season 5 on Netflix. Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos is quoted as expressing certainty that the beloved TV comedy will be back, it's just a matter of when.
BoJack Horseman, a surreal take on the lives of former celebrities, is set to debut on the streaming site next month, and it now has a new poster to promote its boozing and brooding titular main character. This is perhaps the first professional image I’ve ever seen that uses a horse gut to full effect.
It looks like Daredevil may have found its female lead, and if this news turns out to be official, it's a great one. True Blood star Deborah Ann Woll has reportedly been cast in the role of Karen Page for Netflix's highly anticipated Daredevil series. In the comics, Karen Page is the main love interest to Matt Murdock, Daredevil's alter ego.
Following up on the lengthy list of Emmy nominations that was announced today, we've picked over the choices the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences made with regards to the main categories, and we found quite a few reasons to applaud the nominees, and just as many reasons to to wave our fists and complain over the talented actors and outstanding TV shows that didn't make the cut this year.
Following up on a first look image at Joan Allen's character in the fourth and final season of The Killing, Netflix has released the key art for the upcoming drama. It gives us a look at the familiar sight of Mireille Enos' ponytail as she looks out at a stormy skyline. Murder and bad weather await, and "the past can't be washed away."
Michael Showalter, the film’s co-writer (and founding member of the stellar sketch group/series The State), recently gave fans more to think about as far as how the Wet Hot series is going to pan out, with all of the stars being nearly 15 years older. And guess what? The entire season is going to take place on the first day of camp!
Quite a lot of speculation has gone into who would be playing Foggy for Netflix’s upcoming Daredevil series. And now the clouds have parted and the Flying V is coming through, as Mighty Ducks star Elden Henson has officially signed on to be Charlie Cox’s best buddy.
In anticipation of the series' fourth season premiere later this summer, Netflix has released a first look photo of Joan Allen in The Killing. Allen was cast as a guest star in the series, which was cancelled by AMC but rescued by Netflix for a fourth and final season.
At long last, we now have some key details about the Wachowskis' planned Netflix series Sense8, including some interesting tidbits about the plot, and the ensemble cast, which will include Daryl Hannah and Lost's Naveen Andrews, along with eight actors whose roles will be tied very closely together, though the characters are spread out across the globe.
With Chelsea Lately winding down its final season at E!, the big question has been, what will host Chelsea Handler do next? The answer: She's going to Netflix! Chelsea Handler has secured herself a multi-tiered deal with the streaming video service, which includes a stand up comedy special, coming this fall, and four docu-comedy specials, which Netflix has lined up for 2015 and 2016. Oh yeah, and she'll also have the first ever talk show for the "global on-demand generation."
While some Orange is the New Black fans are surely trying to pace themselves, enjoying one episode at a time and trying to make all of that orange goodness last, some of us aren't quite as patient. By this point, fans who took the binge-watch route may have already made it through the second season, by which point we're ready to start talking about the third.
Netflix knows what people like. Not only do they make it their business to offer a variety of movies and TV shows through their streaming video subscription service, they also make it their business to keep an eye on what the people like, and in this case, what the kids like.