'Wonder Woman' Director Patty Jenkins Inks $10 Million TV Deal at Netflix
Patty Jenkins is the latest high-profile creator to join the streaming giant. — Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins has signed a three-year pact worth $10 million with Netflix. The pact is an overall TV deal. Under the new pact, Jenkins will create, develop, and produce new series that are exclusively for Netflix.
Netflix Cancels 'Designated Survivor' and 'Tuca and Bertie'
It seems like Netflix is canceling more and more of its original content. — Today, Netflix canceled Designated Survivor which stars Kiefer Sutherland as President Tom Kirkman. The series originally began at ABC, and the first season followed the storyline of Kirkman being a low-level cabinet member who is selected to be the designated survivor during the State of the Union address. When the unthinkable disaster strikes the Capitol, Kirkman becomes the President of the United States of America.
What's Coming to Netflix in May- What Is Leaving The Platform
A lot of notable programs are leaving the streaming service in May. A lot properties leaving come from Disney. As they prep to launch their own streaming service in 2019. A lot of classic movies are also leaving. Also we will give a list of what's coming to the platform.
Netflix's 'Failsafe' Reunites Michael B. Jordan and 'Black Panther' Writer Joe Robert Cole
Joe Robert Cole one of the co-writers of Black Panther is teaming up with Michael B. Jordan once again. Netflix decided to reunite the two talents behind the massive comicbook hit. This time it is the adaption of Vault Comics Failsafe.
Altered Carbon Trailer
Coming to Netflix: February Edition (US)
My friends, we did it. We made it through the crappy month of January and in the immortal words of Oprah Winfrey, “a new day is on the horizon!”
Good Time - Trailer
The Polka King Trailer
Coming to Netflix - January Edition (UK)
Happy Holidays my friends! It's that time of month again and the start of a new year is upon us! Netflix will be delivering over thirty new titles to it's ever-growing collection of film and television streams. Among the highlights are a few oldies but goodies including Doug Liman's 1999 crime-comedy Go - which comes highly recommended, 2004's surprisingly delightful American teen-comedy Saved starring Jena Malone, Macaulay Culkin, and Mandy Moore, and Michael Bay's extremely 'Bayish' biographical war action-thriller 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi (loved the first half of this film). Check out additional highlights below along with the full list of January additions. Happy New Year!
Coming to Netflix - January Edition (US)
Happy Holidays my fellow stateside readers! With January right around the corner, I'd like to take this moment and extend my best wishes to each and every one of you seasonal skeptics loyal to the brand 'January is thee shittiest month of the year'. Right, because it really is a long month.
Dark - Netflix Original Trailer
Coming to Netflix: December Edition (US)
Hello my fellow stateside readers, it's that time of month which means Netflix will be delivering over 30 'new' film and television titles for the final month of 2017! Where does the time go? December's highlights include a mix of holiday goodies (some new, some old) along with some intriguing Netflix Originals! Check out the full list below. Happy Holidays!
Creep 2 - Trailer
The Vault (2017) Trailer
Bright (Netflix Original Film) Trailer
The Crown: Season 2 - Trailer
Coming to Netflix: December Edition (UK)
Hey friends, can you believe we are nearing the final calendar month of 2017!? With the holiday almost upon us, I can't think of a better time to kick start your film and tv 'diversion' planning by checking out December's 'New to Netflix' streams. The streaming giant will be delivering over 50 'new' streams to their -yuge- digital collection and a few are definite "My List" worthy gems! Be sure to check out the entire list below (You can skip over December 17).
Coming to Netflix: November Edition (US)
Hey gang, it's that time of month which means Netflix is delivering over ‘new’ 30 film and television titles to their growing digital collection. And if you're like me and are looking to add to your "my list", then you may want to consider the following titles! Among the highlights:
Coming to Netflix: November Edition (UK)
Hey friends, with November right around the corner, colder days are ahead (for some of you) and it's time to start thinking about your hibernation plans - alcohol, potato chips, and couch are optional. To kick start your planning, let's run through November's 'New to Netflix' titles!
Stranger Things Season 2
6 Days Trailer
The Meyerowitz Stories New And Selected
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
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).
Netflix in discussions to retain Marvel and "Star Wars" movies beyond 2019
As reported earlier this week, The Walt Disney Company announced plans to create a new Disney-branded streaming platform which would end its distribution agreement with Netflix for subscription streaming of new releases, beginning with the 2019 calendar year theatrical slate
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 coming to Netflix: August Edition
August features the premiere and return of 20 Netflix originals highlighted by Adam Wingard's Death Note, Chadwick Boseman's American revenge-thriller Message from the King, and the highly anticipated debut of Marvel’s The Defenders: Season 1.
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 Aiming for Over 1000 Hours of Original Content in 2017
Netflix started out as a humble streaming service for films and TV series, but has ventured into the realm of original content to become one of the powerhouses in the creative industry.
Netflix Aiming for 50% Original Content and is Prepared to Take Risks
Netflix is targeting an even greater influx of original content as it continues to dominate the market and change the face of film and television for the foreseeable future.
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.
Bill Nye 'The Science Guy' is Returning For A Netflix Show
Bill Nye's rise to fame as a TV personality and science communicator is an interesting one. Bill Nye will once again return to the screen but this time on Netflix.
Netflix to Unveil Four New Documentaries at 2016 Toronto Film Festival
Netflix continues to bolster its documentary slate, which have proven both innovative and award-winning additions to the streamer's library. Four new non-fiction titles will be unveiled at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival, which takes place September 8-18.
Data indicates U.S. Millennials watch Netflix more than Broadcast TV hits
The top four series from the fall TV season in the 18-24 age demographic of U.S. viewers all came from Netflix, according to data gathered from audience measurement firm Symphony Advanced Media.
Netflix Presents: The Characters Official Trailer
Stretch Armstrong Is Heading To Netflix
Netflix has announced that Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters will premiere on the streaming service in 2017. The animated series is produced by Hasbro Studios and will feature a new look for the title character.
Pee-wee's Big Holiday Date Announcement Only On Netflix
Batman Begins Headlines Upcoming Netflix Offerings
In the urgency to replace films like Hunger Games: Catching Fire and World War Z, among others that have been taken down with the conclusion of Netflix's contract with Epix, Batman Begins fronts this month's list of incoming additions.
Quentin Tarantino not excited by streaming; still uses video tapes
In what will come as no surprise to anyone familiar with his films, Quentin Tarantino isn't a fan of streaming movies and cites DVDs and video tapes as his preferred format instead.
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 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.