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What's Coming to Netflix: October Edition (UK)

What's Coming to Netflix: October Edition (UK)

Hey folks, October is almost upon us and Netflix will be delivering a mix of over 50 new and old titles to its film and television streams. A few select titles arrive just in time for Halloween, and one Netflix original may be a possible awards contender. Among the highlights are:

What's coming to Netflix: September Edition

What's coming to Netflix: September Edition

It's that time of month again! Netflix will be delivering over thirty new titles to it's ever-growing collection of film and television streams. Among the highlights are: Cary Fukunaga's dark comedy Maniac starring Jonah Hill and Emma Stone, Ryan Gosling and Anthony Hopkins courtroom mystery Fracture (2007), the debut of Stephen King's Gerald's Game, Quentin Tarantino's ultra-sleek neo noir crime drama Pulp Fiction, Darren Aronofsky's disturbingly hypnotic Requiem for a Dream, and a host of soon-to-be exiled Disney films - Hercules (1997), Beauty and the Beast (1991), Mulan (1998), Pocahontas (1995).

David Letterman Gets A New Series at Netflix

David Letterman Gets A New Series at Netflix

The former Late Show host is returning to the screen once again. This time for streaming company Netflix. — The six-episode series will premiere in 2018. The format of the show will be David Letterman having in-depth discussions with a guest, and exploring other topics as well. Each episode will be a hour long.

What's New on Netflix: June Edition

What's New on Netflix: June Edition

Each month Netflix introduces a slate of new and familiar titles. Among June's notables are Disney's Moana, Bong Joon Ho's Okja, and the fifth season of Orange is the New Black. But before marking your calendars, be sure to check out the complete list of outgoing titles leaving Netflix in June; including Cary Fukunaga's Jane Eyre, Grand Piano, and The Hustler. Complete lists of incoming and outgoing titles are included after the jump.

Netflix Being Sued by Fox for Poaching Executives
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Netflix Being Sued by Fox for Poaching Executives

Twentieth Century Fox has filed a lawsuit accusing Netflix of poaching two of its executives. — Recently, the streamer hired Marcos Waltenberg, former vice president of promotions for Fox, and Tara Flynn, former creative executive at Fox 21. Filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, the suit alleges that Netflix has built a strategy based on stealing Fox executives.

Netflix Loses Epix, and a Host of Blockbuster Films

Netflix Loses Epix, and a Host of Blockbuster Films

Netflix's partnership with Epix has come to an end, and instead Epix will stream its content on Hulu in a multi-year deal. — Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos has stated on Sunday that Epix will not be renewing the contract that expires in September. What this means is that when that expiration date arrives, a host of content will no longer be available to Netflix subscribers.

Netflix Dates Its First Slate of Feature Film Releases

Netflix Dates Its First Slate of Feature Film Releases

Netflix has confirmed dates for their first batch of theatrical-quality films. The streaming service’s first film will be 'Beasts of No Nation' released on October 16, 2015 and directed by True Detective‘s Cary Fukunaga and starring Idris Elba. Second up is 'The Ridiculous Six' on December 11, 2015. It's the first of four films Adam Sandler will star in and produce for Netflix. 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: The Green Legend' will be the third movie released globally to Netflix at the start of 2016, then released theatrically in China and in IMAX. The final film on Netflix’s inaugural slate will be the March 2016 release of 'Pee-wee’s Big Holiday' with Paul Reubens reprising his signature man child character.