The Netflix/Marvel original series Daredevil arrives in April, promising 13-hour long episodes of dark brooding characters. In the new TV Spot, the upcoming action show promises a heavily trained Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) doing what he does best, fighting crime and taking down anybody in his way.
Go go CinemaBlend applause machine! The first legitimate trailer for Netflix’s upcoming Inspector Gadget reboot is here, and it’s actually pretty decent, when taking into account the fact that I’m not really supposed to enjoy kids cartoons anymore.
Netflix is continually finding ways to make home entertainment more user friendly. Not only can we binge watch with the service, we can stream on multiple devices and allow our teens to log in through a separate account so that there movies don’t get cluttered in with our TV bingeing. Now, our Netflix lives will be even easier.
When it was announced that Netflix was working on a Legend of Zelda series, the fanfare predictably sounded out all the way to Hyrule. But we can anticipate tidal waves of groans all across the world now that it’s been revealed a Zelda series probably isn’t in development at all.
Their newest drama Bloodline is truly one of the most engrossing dramas I’ve ever seen, and its fantastic ending, combined with the all-encompassing storyline, makes it the perfect contender for a one-season-and-done series. As such, there's no presumable way a Season 2 could be anywhere near as effective.
While we kind of know what to expect as far as the tone of the show, many of us probably weren't aware of the degree to which the series will incorporate stunt work but thanks to Scott Glenn (who plays Stick) we now know it just might be the most stunt-heavy series ever made.
Netflix has done it again. And some will disagree, but I found Bloodline to be the best drama that Netflix has delivered thus far, easily topping the soapy dark politics of House of Cards and the fractured dramedy of Orange is the New Black.
We’ve known for a short time that the TV Academy is changing up the Emmy’s categories this TV season. The new rule labels half-hour programs as comedies and hour-long programs as dramas. Anyone who has ever watched television should know that one size fits all approach doesn’t really work.
In addition to the news that Series 3 of The Fall is officially a go -- with confirmation that its stars are on board to return -- BBC Two has released an excellent little teaser trailer, which is -- no joke -- one big spoiler for the end of Season 2.
The Daredevil trailers have given fans a good glimpse of the gritty MCU entry. However, as good trailer for a movie will do, these previews are deliberately hiding most of the good content, leaving plenty for fans to be surprised by when they start binge-watching it.
There’s no word yet on if Daredevil will be renewed for a second season, but the fun won’t be gone once you’re finished binge-watching the series. Marvel is also taking a unique approach with marketing the Man Without Fear and his fellow Netflix heroes.
Marvel has officially announced six supporting actors that will appear in the Daredevil TV series. And while they may not be as high-profile as the main cast, they’ll have their own unique roles to play in this world.
When Bradley Cooper confirmed he was going to reprise his role as Ben in David Wain's Netflix series adaptation of Wet Hot American Summer, naturally we had our doubts as to whether or not he would be able to find the time to actually make it to the set to shoot.
Despite the fact that Netflix has over and over again related the pros of the binge-watching model, the subscription streaming service will not be letting fans power through the first season of its new series.
The latest Netflix original Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt has officially arrived to the subscription streaming service today. It wasn't always a sure bet for the series. Here's what Jane Krakowski had to say about the insanely crazy way she filmed her very first scenes for the series.