Everyone fell in love with Peter Kavinsky in Netflix‘s To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before — but did they fall in love enough to watch him and Lara Jean flirt up a storm multiple times? Yes, but not as many times as another movie. Netflix has released their year-end list of the movies and TV shows that viewers binged the most, and the No. 1 movie is surprisingly not To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before. It was the earlier summer teen rom-com, The Kissing Booth.
Here’s what else made the list of the Netflix most binged titles.
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The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.
In this edition, watch the shocking ending of Avengers: Infinity War play out with glorious 16-bit visuals. Plus, watch a new edition of Making a Murderer focusing on the infamous killings in Haddonfield, Illinois in 1978, and take a deep look into the new Harry Potter pop-up book of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Read More »
Netflix’s Making a Murder caused a sensation in 2015, telling the story of Steven Avery, who is either a killer or an innocent man framed by zealous cops, depending on who you ask. The Avery story continues with Making a Murderer Part 2, which delves into the case following Avery’s conviction. Is there still a chance Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey could be cleared? Is it already too late? Or are they guilty after all? Watch the Making a Murderer part 2 trailer below. Read More »
Netflix made headlines with their true crime docuseries Making a Murderer, and now they’re delving back into the case with Making a Murderer Part 2. The focus is once again on Steven Avery, someone who is either a cold blooded killer or an innocent man framed by an overzealous justice system, depending on who you ask. Watch the Making a Murderer Part 2 announcement teaser, and learn more about the series, below.
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Netflix has turned true crime documentaries into must-binge-TV. With a series of films and docu-series, the streaming service rejuvenated the somewhat stale sub-genre, churning out stunning, shocking works that resonate in ways many past true crime docs haven’t. This week, Netflix has revived a classic true crime docu-series – The Staircase – adding new episodes to the previously-completed show. Now, The Staircase grows an ever-crowded line-up of Netflix true crime docs.
Sorting through all of these documentaries and docu-series to find the good stuff can be a bit overwhelming. With that in mind, I’ve checked my sources, pinned a bunch of notes up on a cork-board, connected all those notes with string, and compiled a list of the best Netflix original true crime documentaries.
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Making a Murderer became a cultural phenomenon when it hit Netflix in 2015. Audiences obsessed over the true crime series, desperate to know the truth about what happened to Teresa Halbach, and if Steven Avery was truly guilty of the crime. Now the Steven Avery story will continue with Convicting a Murderer, a Making a Murderer sequel series that will present a whole new side of the case.
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Posted on Monday, January 30th, 2017 by Jacob Hall
Netflix’s true crime documentary series Making a Murderer was infuriating throughout its ten-episode first season, but it was especially infuriating when its finale offered no sense of closure whatsoever. The credits rolled with justice dodged on every conceivable front because that’s the thing about reality: it doesn’t always want to conform to a satisfying narrative.
However, the popularity of the series led to millions of new eyes turning toward the case of Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey, which meant a lot has happened since the series arrived in late 2015. In other words, the mere existence of Making a Murderer created enough new material for a second season of the show, which may arrive as soon as this year.
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With the Academy Awards less than a month away, we’re in the heart of awards season. The nominations for the Oscars were just announced last week, but the various guilds are already handing out their awards leading up to Hollywood’s big night. Tonight will see the announcement of the Screen Actors Guild Awards, but before that, we already have the winners of this year’s Producers Guild of America Awards.
The 2017 PGA award winners were announced this past Saturday at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, honoring producers both in motion pictures and television. It should come as no surprise that La La Land came out on top with the The Darryl F. Zanuck Award for Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures, continuing its march to likely win many if not all of the 14 Oscars it was nominated for. But where did the rest of the awards fall? Which animated film came out on top? Which TV series?
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Netflix this morning has announced that executive producers/directors Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos are already in production on new episodes of Making a Murderer.
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Posted on Tuesday, March 1st, 2016 by Angie Han
Netflix’s documentary series Making a Murderer came to an end after ten very upsetting installments, all of which hit Netflix this past December. But the story of Steven Avery has continued offscreen in real life. In the weeks since the show’s debut, appeals have been filed, petitions have been signed, new evidence has come to light, and so on. It’s enough to make a viewer hope for a few more episodes of the show to cover everything that’s happened since the first season left off, and now it looks like we’ll get our wish.
Directors Larua Ricciardi and Moira Demos have confirmed they’ve kept in touch with Avery and continued to record their conversations with him, and that they’ve spoken with Avery’s lawyer Kathleen Zellner about filming new episodes of the show. (Be warned there are spoilers ahead for season 1, if you’ve somehow managed to avoid either watching the show or reading any headlines about it until now.) Read More »