Frank Underwood isn’t done yet. Kevin Spacey will return to Washington, DC. for a fourth season of the Netflix series House of Cards. That turns the series into a longer-running show than the UK original, and also tells you that Frank Underwood is still kicking by the end of season three. Beyond that, we don’t know what to expect. What we do know about the House of Cards S4 renewal is below. Read More »
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Netflix was responsible for reviving Arrested Development and The Killing, and it gave us new versions of Richie Rich and Inspector Gadget. Now it could resurrect yet another old show: Full House.
The streaming service is reportedly nearing a deal for Fuller House, a continuation of the ABC comedy which ran for 8 seasons from 1987 through 1995. Much of the original cast and producers will return, including John Stamos. Get all the details on the Full House Netflix revival after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, April 2nd, 2015 by Germain Lussier
Before they were Saul Goodman and Tobias Funke, Bob Odenkirk and David Cross co-created one of the funniest shows ever. It was called Mr. Show (or, more fully, Mr. Show With Bob and David) and it ran four seasons on HBO, from 1995 to 1998. Mr. Show helped give the comedians a huge cult following and major pop culture cachet. Since then, each has gone off on their own, becoming very successful in different ways. Now they’re coming back together.
Bob Odenkirk and David Cross have just sold a brand new sketch comedy series called With Bob and David to Netflix. It’s just started production and will consist of four half hour episodes and a one hour “making of.” There’s more on this pseudo-Mr Show reunion below. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, March 31st, 2015 by Germain Lussier
Daredevil is out next week, AKA Jessica Jones is filming, and now Netflix and Marvel are setting up the third piece of their universe. With Mike Colter already cast as Luke Cage, now he needs a boss. Cheo Hodari Coker has been hired as head writer and showrunner of the Netflix Luke Cage show, which will hit the format next year. Read more about the Luke Cage showrunner below. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, March 26th, 2015 by Angie Han
Believe it or not, Inspector Gadget is over 30 years old at this point — he first came into being as an animated show from the mid-’80s. But older doesn’t always mean wiser, and that goes double in the case of this bionic detective. In the first trailer for Netflix’s new Inspector Gadget series, he proves to be as embarrassingly incompetent as ever.
Lucky for him, no one around him has changed much either. His much more capable niece Penny is still happy to help, as is her dog Brain, and Quimby (for some reason) continues to rely on him. Watch the new Inspector Gadget trailer after the jump. Read More »
It’s not uncommon for R-rated movies to put out an “unrated” (and therefore sexier and/or bloodier) cut for the home video market. But Mortdecai, unconventional rogue that he is, is going the other direction.
Lionsgate is releasing a PG-13 version of the Johnny Depp flop through Digital HD. You know, to reach all those ninth graders who were dying to see a 52-year-old actor play a character from the 1970s. More on the Mortdecai PG-13 release after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Monday, March 23rd, 2015 by Russ Fischer
The internet did backflips when word came out weeks ago that Netflix would be developing a TV series based on Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda game series. Nintendo is famously protective of its properties, especially in the wake of the Super Mario Brothers movie. There has been a Zelda animated series, but that was quite a while ago; to date, nothing has been adapted to live-action following Mario. So the Zelda TV show was big news.
But even with that original announcement we cautioned that Nintendo could follow through on that protectiveness and pull the plug on the potential series. Now Nintendo chief Satoru Iwata has thrown some real shade on talk of the Zelda TV show, saying it was all based on wrong info. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, March 19th, 2015 by Russ Fischer
When Daredevil hits Netflix on April 10 we’ll see just what Marvel’s first foray into streaming television really looks like. But a set of “motion posters” advertising the show has steadily shown us more details of this take on New York’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood, and the blind hero who patrols its streets at night.
The latest Daredevil motion poster is packed with small details — the show’s major characters all make appearances, and there are plenty of little background details to pore over. “Little” ones, like Avengers tower. And, more importantly, is that a reflection of Daredevil’s red suit, or at least a different suit than the one we’ve seen? Looks like it could be, perhaps. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, March 18th, 2015 by Germain Lussier
Netflix has become an entertainment lifeline. An anytime go-to service where you can binge watch television, stream fantastic movies and just generally get lost in something new, old, interesting or fun. Every month though, deals run out and being with various companies and multiple films and TV shows come to, and leave, the service.
Below, we’ll pick out the best TV and Movies Coming to Netflix April 2015. Read More »