13 reasons why season 2 trailer

The highly anticipated second season of 13 Reasons Why hits streaming today, and Netflix has released a whole new trailer to remind you of that fact.

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sense8 finale trailer

Netflix has made good on their word to give the cancelled Sense8 a proper send-off with a series finale film. You can now watch the Sense8 finale trailer below.

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Netflix originals

Back in February, Netflix revealed its crazy intention to release a whopping 700 titles in 2018 — a number that even now sounds faintly preposterous. But three months later, the streaming service is outstripping its early visions for the total number of Netflix originals.

By the end of 2018, Netflix is on track to hit 1,000 total original movies, TV shows, and other productions. This happens just as Disney, Fox, and other big companies are beginning to vacate the streaming service en masse.

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Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 4 Trailer

Netflix’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is about to return for its fourth and final season. In anticipation of the impending release, the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt season 4 trailer has arrived, and it’s predictably silly.

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daredevil season 3

Daredevil season 3 is currently shooting, and new details about the upcoming season are slowly emerging. First, it looks like Matt Murdock is giving up his red costume and going back to the black suit he wore in season one (for some reason). Second, Bullseye might be joining the series. Maybe.

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arrested development season 5

They’ve (possibly) made a huge mistake. Rather than give fans the whole kit and caboodle this month, Netflix is splitting Arrested Development season 5 into two parts. The first eight episodes will arrive May 29, with the remaining eight episodes hitting Netflix later this year.

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Designated Survivor Renewed

Last week brought dozens of cancellations by TV networks clearing the path for new shows hitting the air for the new 2018-2019 television season. Brooklyn Nine-Nine was lucky enough to be saved with a last minute renewal, and now one more has been given a new lease on life after being canceled.

Designated Survivor is an ABC drama following Kiefer Sutherland as Tom Kirkman, a lower-level cabinet member in the United States government who is suddenly appointed President of the United States after a catastrophic attack on the US Capitol during the State of the Union. With his new responsibilities, he had to keep the country and his own family from falling apart, while navigating the highly-volatile political arena and while leading the search to find who is responsible for the attack.

The series lasted just two seasons before being canceled by ABC last week, but now production company eOne is in talks with Netflix about the political thriller getting picked up for another season. However, it’s not a done deal yet. Read More »

Set It Up trailer

The romantic comedy genre has suffered tremendously over the past twenty years as mid-budget movies have practically ceased to exist, but with the proliferation of streaming services today, we may be in the midst of a rom-com mini-renaissance.

One of the most promising upcoming entries is a Netflix film called Set It Up, in which two overworked assistants (Zoey Deutch and Glen Powell) scheme to hook up their high-powered bosses (Lucy Liu and Taye Diggs) just so they can have a little time to themselves.
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Michael Jordan Documentary Series

With LeBron James continuing to dominate the court during the NBA Finals, the debate about whether or not he’s better than basketball icon Michael Jordan continues to rage on. Next year, a new documentary series might have some new insights to keep the argument going strong.

Netflix and ESPN Films have announced a joint production called The Last Dance, a 10-part documentary series looking at the life, career and legacy of Chicago Bulls point guard Michael Jordan, believed by many to be the greatest professional basketball player of all time. Read More »

guillermo del toro presents 10 after midnight

After Guillermo del Toro‘s historic win at the Oscars earlier this year for The Shape of Water, all eyes are trained on the Mexican director as he ponders what project to take on next. That’s never been a problem for del Toro, though — the genre director has always juggled a wealth of film and TV projects, often at the same time, and often dropping the majority of them from his slate shortly after. But this latest one is already on its way to a small screen near you.

Netflix has announced a Guillermo del Toro horror anthology series called Guillermo del Toro Presents 10 After Midnight. The series is Netflix’s first horror anthology series, but will be del Toro and Netflix’s second collaboration after the animated series Trollhunters.

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