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Listen: Betty Gilpin Talks ‘Glow’s’ ‘Scalding Hot’ Three-Way and Getting Ready to Play Ann Coulter

Betty Gilpin insists she doesn’t know exactly what’s going happen during the fourth and final season of “Glow.” The Netflix series had started production on the season when the coronavirus pandemic hit. “I know generally what’s going to happen,” Gilpin, who has earned two Emmy nominations for work as Debbie Eagan on the show, says […]
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‘The Kominsky Method’ Renewed for Third and Final Season at Netflix

Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin will be back for one more “Kominsky Method” rodeo. Netflix has renewed the critically acclaimed comedy for a third and final season, as its second outing gears up for what could be another strong awards outing later this year. The show follows actor and acting coach Sandy Kominsky (Douglas) and […]
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‘The Baby-Sitters Club’ Boss on Adapting Ann M. Martin’s Classic Books for the 21st Century

Adapting any book to screen can be a complicated task, but when it is a book series that consists of more than 200 stories, the process seems that much more arduous. And that is exactly what Rachel Shukert, showrunner of Netflix’s “The Baby-Sitters Club,” was facing when she signed on to translate author Ann M. […]
Tags: News, Features, Netflix, ANN, Ann M Martin, Baby Sitters Club, Rachel Shukert, The Baby-sitters Club

The Best Movies To Watch On Netflix In July

More than 50 movies just joined Netflix, including "Sleepless in Seattle."
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Duffy: Singer criticises Netflix over 'irresponsible' kidnap film 365 Days

The Welsh singer, who has said she was kidnapped and raped, hits out at Netflix hit 365 Days.
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'Warrior Nun' is Netflix's latest weird flight into the comic-book/fantasy genre

Netflix's everything-and-the-kitchen-sink programming strategy includes taking flyers on concepts that border on the bizarre, and so it is with "Warrior Nun."
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Netflix Casts ‘Phantom Thread’ Actor Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret in ‘The Crown’

Lesley Manville, Oscar nominated for “Phantom Thread,” will take over from Helena Bonham-Carter in the role of Princess Margaret in the final season of Netflix series “The Crown.” “I could not be happier to be playing Princess Margaret,” Manville said in a quote on “The Crown” Twitter feed. “The baton is being passed on from […]
Tags: News, Global, Netflix, The Queen, Helena Bonham Carter, Margaret, Lesley Manville, Lesley Manville Oscar, Margaret Manville

‘Athlete A’ Producer on Larry Nassar and the ‘Abusive Culture’ of Gymnastics

It turns out many fields have their own Harvey Weinsteins, and in the case of gymnastics, it was Olympics team doctor Larry Nassar. The powerful new documentary “Athlete A,” now streaming on Netflix, tells the story of Nassar’s hundreds of victims and looks at how the abuse continued for decades despite numerous reports made by […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Nassar, Larry Nassar, Harvey Weinsteins, Jen Sey, Athlete A

‘Never Have I Ever’ Renewed for Season 2 at Netflix

The story of Devi Vishwakumar and her awkward high school experiences will continue. Netflix has renewed Mindy Kaling’s coming-of-age comedy series “Never Have I Ever” for a second season. The news comes just over two months after the show launched to critical acclaim. Season 2 will of course see newcomer Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, who beat out […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Mindy Kaling, Never Have I Ever, Devi Vishwakumar, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan

7 Netflix Comedy Movies Worth Watching

"Eurovision Song Contest," "Dolemite Is My Name" and other successful Netflix comedies.
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Netflix Finalizes Deal for ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ for Release in 2020

Streaming giant Netflix has closed a worldwide rights deal for Aaron Sorkin’s star-studded “The Trial of the Chicago 7” from Cross Creek Pictures for release later this year. Variety first reported on June 20 that Netflix was in negotiations for the property. The drama recaps the trial that followed what were intended to be peaceful […]
Tags: News, Aaron Sorkin, Chicago, Netflix, Cross Creek Pictures, The Trial of the Chicago 7

50 best TV shows to watch on Netflix right now: 'Better Call Saul,' 'Pose,' 'Twilight Zone,' more

From "Cheers" to "Grey's Anatomy" to "Better Call Saul," we offer 50 great TV shows to choose from if you can't decide what to watch on Netflix.         [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Better Call Saul, Usa, News, Netflix, Usa Today, Grey, Better Call Saul Pose Twilight Zone

Censor board inserts itself into online content regulation debate

Prasoon Joshi, the chairperson of the Central Board of Film Certification, has entered the chat. In an opinion piece published in the Indian Express on Wednesday, he essentially argued that online content creators need to toe the line, inserting himself and the censor board into the online content regulation debate. “Some will misconstrue and say that I am hinting at some sort of policing,” Joshi wrote. “Please do not be misled or trivialise what I am honestly putting up for a rational and civil...
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'I was 25 years ahead of my time': The driver who shattered motorsport's color barrier

Willy T. Ribbs was the first Black driver to test drive a Formula 1 car and compete in the Indy 500. He was a pioneering figure in a heavily white-dominated sport. His story has now been turned into a Netflix documentary and has helped inspire six-time Formula 1 World Champion -- Lewis Hamilton.
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Sony Pictures Television Takes Majority Stake in ‘Sex Education’ Producer Eleven

Sony Pictures Television has acquired London-based “Sex Education” producer Eleven. As previously reported, Sony is believed to have beaten off a number of potential buyers, and has taken a majority stake in the outfit. The investment in Eleven marks one of the few major M&A deals to have emerged from the last four months, when […]
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TV News Roundup: Netflix Releases ‘Cursed’ Trailer, Starring Katherine Langford (Watch)

In today’s TV news roundup, Netflix debuted the official trailer for “Cursed” and ESPN announced that Pablo Torre will become the full-time host of the “ESPN Daily” podcast.  DATES Comedy Central has announced that “Corporate” will premiere its third and final season on June 22 at 10:30 p.m. The six-episode season will follow Matt, Jake, Lance […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Espn, Corporate, Pablo Torre, Katherine Langford, Cursed, Room 104, ESPN Daily, Matt Jake Lance

Gurinder Chadha turns lockdown into family film

The Bend It Like Beckham director turned the camera on herself and her family for a Netflix film.
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Netflix is investing $100 million in Black-owned banks

Netflix became the latest corporation yet to invest major resources in Black-owned banks on Monday in an effort to help close the persistent and growing racial wealth gap between Black and White America.
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Netflix Hires Bozoma Saint John as Chief Marketing Officer

Netflix has tapped marketing veteran Bozoma Saint John, a former senior exec at Apple, Uber and most recently Endeavor, as its new CMO, the company announced. Saint John is Netflix’s third chief marketing officer in less than a year. She replaces Jackie Lee-Joe, the one-time CMO of BBC Studios, who had only been at Netflix […]
Tags: News, CMO, Netflix, Saint John, Bbc Studios, Apple Uber, Bozoma Saint John, Jackie Lee Joe

Netflix is moving 2% of its cash to Black-owned banks in $100 million focus

The streaming giant sits on $5.1 billion in cash, and two percent of that will be moved to Black-led banks, Netflix announced on Tuesday.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Hungary Exempts U.S. Cast, Crew From European Union Ban (EXCLUSIVE)

Hungary, Europe’s second most popular destination for Hollywood shoots, is offering exemptions for U.S. cast and crew from the European Union ban announced Tuesday. Film production in the country rose 50% last year, breaking records, and studios this year are booked solid for months to come. The Hungarian government’s film commissioner, Csaba Káel, told Variety: […]
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‘Ozark’ Renewed for Fourth and Final Season at Netflix

“Ozark” has been renewed for Season 4 at Netflix, with the new season also being the show’s last. The fourth season will consist of 14 episodes, with the first three seasons having been 10 episodes each. Season 4 will be split into two parts consisting of seven episodes each. “We’re so happy Netflix recognized the […]
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Penn Badgley Shares the Secrets of Joe’s Creepy Voiceover on ‘You’

Fans of “You” know that there’s no telling what will come out of Joe Goldberg’s mouth. But sometimes neither does Penn Badgley, who plays the creepy serial killer on the hit Netflix drama. In a conversation for Variety’s Actors on Actors issue with Chace Crawford, Badgley explained the voiceover process for the show, revealing that […]
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Netflix Moves $100 Million to Black-Owned Banks

The streaming company will shift some of its $5 billion in cash to financial institutions that focus on black communities.
Tags: News, Netflix, Discrimination, Philanthropy, Uber Eats, Reed, Hastings, Netflix Inc, Banking and Financial Institutions, Race and Ethnicity, Postmates Inc

Netflix pledges $100 million for Black communities

The money will go to financial institutions to help underserved communities
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Netflix to Invest $100 Million Into Banks Supporting Black Communities

Netflix said it will allocate 2% of its cash on hand — with an initial outlay of up to $100 million — to banks and other financial institutions that directly support Black communities in the U.S. The streamer announced the initiative Tuesday, saying banks led or owned by Black people represent a minuscule portion of […]
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Peep Show blackface scene removed from Netflix but remains on C4

But it's still on Channel 4, who say they don't think "erasing our creative history is a quick fix".
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Everything Coming to Netflix in July

We have officially entered the hottest season of the year, and as we all continue to do our part to reduce the spread of COVID-19, Netflix is adding many new shows and movies to its library for viewers to enjoy in the comfort of their homes this summer. For films to watch with the whole […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Lists, Fuller House, 13 Reasons Why, Queer Eye, Da 5 Bloods

Netflix announces Ava DuVernay-led series on Colin Kaepernick

Colin Kaepernick's life story is headed to Netflix.
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Why Kaitlyn Dever Was the Perfect Actor to Portray the Truth Behind Netflix’s ‘Unbelievable’

It’s not every day an actor’s audition sides include some of the toughest scenes in an entire series, but that was the case for Kaitlyn Dever when she came in to read for Netflix’s harrowing true-crime limited series, “Unbelievable.” The 23-year-old “Booksmart” breakout star, who was nominated for BAFTA’s Rising Star Award and a Golden […]
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