jessica jones episode titles

All eyes are on Jessica Jones, Marvel‘s latest foray into the world of Netflix, and for good reason – it looks good, early buzz has been promising, and the episode that played at New York Comic-Con excited even the most jaded superhero fans in the crowd. At this point, most of you who would click on an article about Jessica Jones are already going to watch it. Some of you may already be planning to binge-watch the whole thing when it drops in a little over two weeks.

So know that episode titles and brief synopses of every episode on the show have arrived on Netflix, and they’re not for the spoiler-phobic. They’re not for true spoiler-hounds either. They’re vague, one-sentence descriptions that never go into detail and exist solely tease the shape of an episode. So if you’re up for some minor Jessica Jones spoilers and want to know the general shape of the season, keep on reading. If you want to avoid spoilers of any kind, don’t say we didn’t warn you.

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movies coming to netflix

Netflix giveth and Netflix taketh away. Although the world’s most popular steaming service is losing a bunch of great movies and television shows next month, it’s gaining plenty of stuff worthy of your team and attention in turn. If you like unique and varied documentaries, surreal animated family movies, and Marvel superheroes, you’ll have plenty to dig into over the next few weeks.

Scroll one down for our recommendations for movies coming to Netflix next month, plus a complete list of everything else.

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movies leaving netflix

It’s that time again: a bunch of movies are getting ready to depart Netflix. That means you only have a few days to catch up with a batch of masterpieces, interesting curiosities, fascinating disasters, and other films worth your time. After all, once they leave streaming, you’ll actually have to get off the couch and put a DVD in the player and ugh, who wants to do that in 2015?

Check out our recommendations for movies leaving Netflix to watch (as well as a complete list of what’s departing) after the jump.

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The Ridiculous 6 logo

Netflix is following up the apparent success of its first-ever prestige picture, Cary Fukunaga’s harrowing wartime drama Beasts of No Nation, with something completely different. And we mean completely. The company has just dropped the first trailer for The Ridiculous 6, a Western comedy starring Adam Sandler. Watch the Ridiculous 6 trailer after the jump.  Read More »

Jessica Jones trailer

After weeks of teasers, Netflix has finally unveiled the first full-length Jessica Jones trailer. Krysten Ritter stars as the titular Jessica Jones, still reeling from the tragic end of her superhero career. She rebuilds herself as a private investigator in Hell’s Kitchen, New York, but finds her new life shattered by the return of an evil figure from her past. Watch the Jessica Jones trailer after the jump. Read More »

YouTube Red

Ads are probably the most annoying part of the YouTube experience, but how much would you be willing to sacrifice to avoid them? Would you pay $9.99 a month? What if that $9.99 a month also got you exclusive original content?

YouTube is really hoping you’ll say yes. The video streaming website has just announced YouTube Red, a Netflix-style paid subscription service. Unsurprisingly, not everyone is thrilled about it. Get all the details on YouTube Red after the jump.  Read More »

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Master of None trailer

While we eagerly await the first full-length Jessica Jones trailer, Netflix has dropped the first promo for its other big November debut, Aziz Ansari‘s brand-new comedy series Master of None. And it looks every bit as intriguing, albeit for completely different reasons.

The show centers on a character not very unlike Ansari himself: Dev, a 30something actor trying to navigate love and career in New York City. Which may not be the most unique-sounding premise in the world, but Ansari brings his own unique perspective to things. Kelvin Yu, Lena WaitheEric WareheimNoël Wells, and H. Jon Benjamin also star. Watch the Master of None trailer after the jump.  Read More »

Moon Knight TV Series

The Marvel rumor mill never stops churning. Two new reports purport to shed some light on the studio’s future plans. One claims the studio is zeroing in on Creed/Fruitvale Station filmmaker Ryan Coogler for the Black Panther directing gig, while the other says a Moon Knight TV series is in the works from Marvel and Netflix. Keep that salt shaker handy, because you’re going to need it.

Read the Black Panther director and Moon Knight TV series rumors after the jump.  Read More »

Daredevil cinematographer

Hell’s Kitchen is getting crowded, and we’re not talking about the 150,000+ fans who flocked to the Javits Center for New York Comic Con this weekend. We’re talking about two heavyweight characters coming to Daredevil Season 2, set in a fictional (and far less gentrified) version of Hell’s Kitchen.

Marvel and Netflix unveiled the first teaser for the next run of Daredevil episodes at their NYCC panel, and included in it were our first looks at Elektra (Élodie Yung) and the Punisher (Jon Bernthal). Watch the Daredevil Season 2 teaser after the jump.  Read More »