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The Witcher’s Big Romance Is Less Weird Than It Looks

Yennefer, one of the two women leads in Netflix’s new show, The Witcher, has a secret. Even if you played the games, which are based on the original novels, you might not have noticed her significant secret. It’s a crucial part of her character introduced in the books and the trailer strongly alluded to the fact that the secret would be a major part of her storyline in season one of the show as well. So naturally, we had to ask if that was the case. Read More >>

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Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Shared a Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Tremendous Work Involved

Premiering at San Diego Comic-Con today, Netflix and the Jim Henson Company’s new Dark Crystal series just gave us a really neat look at what it takes to create this puppet-filled show. Read More >>

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Yes, There Is a Bathtub in Netflix’s The Witcher

Eagle-eyed viewers might have noticed Geralt (Henry Cavill) and Yennefer at what appears a masquerade sex party in Netflix’s first The Witcher trailer. But apparently, that’s not going to be the only nudity on the show. There’s a certain bathtub. You may have heard of it. And yes, it’s making a comeback – in a manner of speaking. Read More >>

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A New Legend Begins in the First Trailer for Netflix’s The Witcher

We’ve had teases. We’ve had butt shots. But now, it’s finally time for us to properly introduce ourselves to Henry Cavill’s take on Geralt of Rivia, best known to fans of the CD Projekt Red RPG series and Andrzej Sapkowski novels as the Witcher. Read More >>

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Netflix Edits out Graphic Suicide Scene From 13 Reasons Why as It Prepares New Season

Following debate about whether a graphic depiction of death by suicide in the Netflix original series 13 Reasons Why was suitable for young and potentially vulnerable audiences, the streaming giant has decided to re-edit the scene from the show’s first season. The decision comes ahead of its Season 3 premiere in the coming months. Read More >>

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Netflix is Bleeding Customers for the First Time in Years

Netflix would like you to know that despite a tidal wave of speculation that it’s not going to start serving you up ads. The stock market darling is suddenly losing subscribers and executives appear to be a little touchy about it. Halfway through its disastrous earnings report – in which it revealed it’s bleeding U.S. subscribers – the company explicitly addressed any insinuation about ads as, essentially, a crock of shit. Read More >>

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8 Questions We Have About (the Yet to Be Announced, But Inevitable) Stranger Things 4

Stranger Things 3 has been out for a few weeks, and now that we’ve had time to really digest the things we liked and didn’t like, our minds have drifted toward what’s next. So far, the Duffer Brothers have only offered some vague teases for season four—which Netflix has yet to officially confirm, though it sure feels inevitable—but we have some questions, suggestions, hopes, and demands to toss out there. Read More >>

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Of Course, Of Course, Henry Cavill’s on a Horse

We’ve met Geralt of Rivia. We’ve met some of his closest allies. Now, it’s time to meet the most important character of all in Netflix’s adaptation of the Andrzej Sapkowski fantasy series The Witcher: this horse. Read More >>

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An Interstellar War Looms in the Latest Trailer for Katee Sackhoff’s Sci-Fi Series Another Life

Just days after releasing the first teaser for Battlestar Galactica star Katee Sackhoff’s new sci-fi series, Another Life, Netflix has dropped a full trailer that reveals even more about the show’s crew of space explorers – as well as the mysterious (and apparently hostile) aliens that inspire their journey from Earth in the first place. Read More >>

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Your Binge-Watching of Netflix and Porn Is Contributing to Millions of Tonnes of Emissions a Year

Most days when I get home from work, I kick off my shoes and cosy up with some Netflix. Video streaming is kind of my go-to when I want to relax—and I’m far from alone. Each year, our collective video streaming results in carbon emissions equivalent to the entire country of Spain, a new report has found. Read More >>

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Norse Mythology? Zack Snyder? Anime? Netflix? Sure, Why Not?

Netflix’s apparently insatiable appetite for all things anime continues to grow, as there’s yet another new program on the way. And though Zack Snyder (yes, that Zack Snyder) will create and executive produce the as-yet-unnamed show, it’s a little out of his usual superhero realm. The anime will be “set in the world of Norse mythology,” according to a Netflix press release. Read More >>

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Katee Sackhoff Attempts to Save Humanity in the Trailer for Netflix’s Another Life

After years of watching her as Starbuck on Battlestar Galactica, there’s just something that feels right about seeing Katee Sackhoff in a spaceship, heading off to save humanity. She’s done it before and now she’ll do it again, albeit in a whole new way, in Netflix’s Another Life. Read More >>

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17 Things We Loved About Stranger Things 3 (And 6 We Didn’t)

The third season of Stranger Things is here and, if you’re like us, you spent most of last weekend glued to your TV, desperate to know what’s next for Eleven and the crew from Hawkins, Indiana, circa 1985. Read More >>

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Netflix Is Turning Cuphead Into a Full-On Animated Series

As robust as Netflix’s portfolio of live-action series is, the streaming giant’s no stranger to greenlighting animated projects. The Cuphead Show, the next big series it wants to get you hooked on, is about two cup-headed brothers who, at least in their video game, are known for getting into some rather devilish mischief. Read More >>