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Based on Richard K. Morgan’s cyberpunk noir novel, the sci-fi action-thriller stars Joel Kinnaman, James Purefoy, Martha Higareda and Will Yun Lee. Season 1 streams on Netflix beginning Feb. 2.
My Next Guest Needs No Introduction will be Letterman’s return to “television” two and a half years after retiring from Late Night, and it will feature Obama’s first television talk show appearance since leaving office.
Based on Daniel Handler’s popular series of books–written under the pseudonym of “Lemony Snicket”–the second season will air on the streaming network starting March 30.
Starring DeWanda Wise as Nola Darling, a Brooklyn woman looking to define herself through her friends, lovers and job, the series is based on Lee’s 1986 indie debut of the same name.
Some of the series announced are continuations from Dreamworks films such as Trolls, The Boss Baby, and Captain Underpants.
Directed by David Ayer (Suicide Squad, End of Watch), the Netflix movie could be a game-changer for the streaming service by being the only place to see Will Smith’s new movie.
Krysten Ritter stars as the super-powered P.I. created by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos. Jessica Jones is only the second Marvel/Netflix series to get a second season so far.
Jon Shestack Productions and Madhouse Entertainment will produce the film for the streaming network.
The adaptation of Daniel Handler’s popular series of books stars Neil Patrick Harris as the devious Count Olaf. Lucy Punch, Nathan Fillion, Tony Hale and Roger Bart join the cast for Season 2.
The Oscar-winning filmmaker behind The Fog of War tackles the subject using a hybrid method that includes actors like Peter Sarsgaard, Molly Parker, Bob Balaban and Tim Blake Nelson performing roles.
Based on the 2002 cyberpunk novel by Richard K. Morgan, the ten-episode adaptation stars Joel Kinnaman (Suicide Squad) and James Purefoy.
The first season of the beloved sci-fi show received five Emmys after an amazing 18 nominations, as well as awards from SAG and the PGA.
The Oscar-nominated filmmaker behind the animated short film Feast will work from a screenplay by Emma Needell with Anonymous Content producing.
Aubrey Plaza, Dave Franco, Judy Greer, Zazie Beetz and Elizabeth Reaser are among the cast for the anthology comedy series.
Hosted by Jim Rash (“Community”) the post-show series will only be available once you finish watching “Stranger Things 2.”
After a retiring assassin is poisoned with radioactive isotopes, she sets out to get her bloody revenge before her clock runs out.
The new series will tell the origin story of Jon Bernthal’s Frank Castle with the first season being 13 episodes long.
Starring Jeff Daniels, Jack O’Connell and Michelle Dockery, the Western is about the clash between a dangerous outlaw and his son in a New Mexico town that’s mainly run by women.
It’s Halloween in Hawkins, Indiana, which means that things can only get even stranger in the second season of the Duffer Brothers’ popular sci-fi series.
Netflix has over 100 million subscribers now and, in spite of the billions of dollars it brings in through subscriptions, it continues to borrow billions more to keep churning out that content. How long can the business model hold?
Haunted by nightmares of Oz’s impending destruction, Dorothy Gale finds herself in a home for others like her with troubling, vivid dreams. While she is there, she meets Alice, a mysterious girl who involves her in a perilous quest to not only save the worlds of imagination, but the world as we know it.
Directed and exec. produced by David Fincher, the streaming series takes a look at the early days of the FBI’s use of serial killer profiling to find and stop future murders.
Michael B. Jordan exec. produces the show based on Dennis Liu’s comic and short film about an African-American single mother who discovers her young son has constantly-changing superpowers.
With summer officially over, it’s time to buckle down and huddle around the Netflix enabled device for warmth this Halloween season.
Having already directed episodes of Netflix’s award-winning House of Cards, Holland will tackle the series about an alternative version of Poland in which the Iron Curtain never fell, leaving it as a police state and possibly getting worse if two men can’t uncover the secret behind the current oppressive regime.
The real-life thriller will tell the story of terrorist Anders Behring Breivik, a right-wing Christian extremist who killed 77 people with his 2011 terrorist acts. It will be filmed in Norway with a $20 million budget under the eye of producer Scott Rudin, who nabbed the rights to release the film through his Netflix features division.
Introduced during Season 2 of Marvel’s Daredevil, Jon Bernthal’s portrayal of Marvel’s popular vigilante generated enough interest for them to quickly greenlight a full series focusing on the character and his past.
After five previous series produced by Marvel Television and ABC Studios for Netflix, the four heroes — Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist — finally come together to confront a new villain, played by Sigourney Weaver.
The two talented Asian comics have been making waves in all forms of media, Park on the hit ABC sitcom Fresh Off the Boat and Wong on her own ABC show, American Housewife. They co-wrote the script with Michael Golamco (Grimm).