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Netflix’s Latest Test Involves Trailer Ads Played Between Binge Episodes

For the past three years Netflix has been playing trailers before and after some content, with the goal of promoting other things that are available to watch on Netflix. Those trailers have all been skippable and don't seem to show up all that often, but if this latest moves gets out of the testing phase they're going to end up a lot more noticeable. Read More >>

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The Direction of The Third Season of Stranger Things is Heavily Influenced by a Chevy Chase Comedy

Stranger Things has always owed much of its tone and style to the 1980s. But when we started looking forward to the third season, this isn’t really the ‘80s movie we were expecting. Read More >>

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Voltron’s Complicated, Imperfect LGBQT Representation Is Tearing the Fandom Apart

Even if you weren’t there in the San Diego Comic-Con hall where it was first announced that Voltron: Legendary Defender’s Shiro is a gay man whose relationship would be explored in the show’s seventh season, fans made sure the world knew. Read More >>

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In the Iron Fist Season 2 Trailer Danny Rand’s Got a New But Familiar Foe

Hey Immortal Iron Fist Guy, the calls are coming from inside the house. The new trailer is here for the second season of Netflix’s Iron Fist, and Danny Rand (Finn Jones) is facing an enemy that’s way too close to home. Read More >>

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Hail Satan! Bow Before These New Witchy Photos From The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

The Dark Lord is calling, are you ready to answer? These new photos from Netflix’s charmingly terrifying new series, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, are ready to invade the mind and betwitch the senses. You’ve been warned. Read More >>

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What’s Better Than Paul Rudd? 2 Paul Rudds

A new Netflix series will pit Paul Rudd against his mortal enemy...Paul Rudd. Read More >>

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Iron Fist’s Second Season Would Do Well to Put Danny in the Passenger Seat

Each of the four pillars of Netflix’s chunk of the Marvel Cinematic Universe plays a different role in telling the kinds of realistic, street-level stories that Marvel’s movies and other TV shows tend to shy away from. But with Iron Fist, there’s a lot of room for improvement. Read More >>

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People Are Still Watching Friends

Comfort-watch millennium cultural time capsule sitcom Friends is still baffling people with its popularity, as a new generation of viewers – watching solely through streaming services – have made it the most popular thing to watch via paid digital services. Read More >>

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Patrick Wilson Stars in the Latest Stephen King Adaptation For Netflix

Stephen King adaptations are everywhere these days, from cinemas to network TV to streaming services. Netflix in particular is dabbling in original movies. Two are already on the service – Gerald’s Game and 1922 – and a third is now on the way. Read More >>

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The New Extended Trailer for Maniac Gives Us ‘Some Multi-Reality Brain Magic Shit’

Netflix has released the first full trailer for Maniac, the surreal mind-numbing experience from The Leftovers’ Patrick Somerville and director Cary Fukunaga (Beasts of No Nation). Read More >>

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We Talk Star Wars, Sci-Fi and Supervillains With Katee Sackhoff

The Battlestar Galactica cast hold a special place in the hearts of all sci-fi fans, and perhaps none more so than Katee Sackhoff. Her Starbuck had the sort of impact that actors can only dream of, and whenever she returns to sci-fi it’s a big deal. Her six-season tenure on Longmire is over, and she’s immediately followed it up with sci-fi film 2036 Origin Unknown and a Netflix space series, Another Life, which is currently in pre-production. Read More >>

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Michael Peña’s Alien Invasion Movie Extinction Is Mostly Terrible 

The new Netflix film Extinction stars Michael Peña and Lizzy Caplan as a married couple who try to keep their family alive during a mysterious alien invasion. It’s the kind of premise that makes you think “Oh, I’m gonna watch the hell out of Extinction.” So I did. However, when the final credits rolled, two things were abundantly clear: I totally understood why everyone involved would want to make this movie—and also, why no one should have. Read More >>

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The First Trailer for Castlevania’s Second Season Envisions Dracula’s Ultimate Revenge

The first season of Netflix’s Castlevania anime adaptation, led by Warren Ellis and Adi Shankar, was one of the best surprises of last year. Now, it’s gearing up to return and visit Dracula’s bloody vengeance upon the Earth. Read More >>

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See the First Teaser for Maniac, Netflix’s Near-Future Pharmaceutical Thriller

Two people enter into a pharmaceutical trial that promises to fix everything that ails their minds. And then things get out of hand. Read More >>

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For the First Time Ever, Locke & Key Has Been Ordered To Series

The long, strange road for IDW’s comic book Locke & Key may finally have its conclusion. For the first time ever, the property has been picked up to series with Netflix ordering 10 hour-long episodes. Read More >>