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‘Dirty Money’ Season 2 Trailer: Kushner Real Estate Fiascos, Wells Fargo Fraud, and Other Terrible Things

In case you needed another reminder of how corrupt and downright evil the corporate world can be, here comes Dirty Money season 2. The series “provides an up-close and personal view into untold stories of scandal, financial malfeasance, and corruption in the world of business,” and this new season features some familiar, much-loathed faces — like Jared Kushner, son-in-law to the President of the United States, and the possible inspiration for Brahms from Brahms: The Boy 2. Watch the Dirty Money...
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TV News Roundup: ‘One Day at a Time’ Casts Marla Gibbs and Reggie Watts

In today’s TV news roundup, Marla Gibbs and Reggie Watts have been cast in guest roles on “One Day at a Time” and Netflix released the premiere date and teaser for “The Eddy.” CASTINGS Marla Gibbs and Reggie Watts have been cast in guest roles on PopTV’s “One Day at a Time.” The two actors […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Reggie Watts, One Day At A Time, The Eddy, Outcry, Marla Gibbs, Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj

Anthony Mackie Thinks the Only Place to Work With “Filmmakers You Adore” is on Streaming

Anthony Mackie may be the star of one of the biggest franchises in the world, but he’s probably on your computer screen (or if you’re really fancy, your television via a streaming device) more often than he’s on the silver screen. Many actors, once they make it big, are reluctant to go back to TV or streaming unless it’s a big prestige project. But in the past year, Mackie has appeared in a Black Mirror episode on Netflix, the Netflix Joe Lynch action thriller Point Blank, and he will soon be s...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Netflix, David O Russell, Avengers, Charlie Kaufman, Martin Scorsese, Altered Carbon, Russell, Anthony Mackie, Mackie, Joe Lynch, Netflix/Streaming Video, Spike Lee David Fincher

Amber From Love Is Blind Just Dyed Her Hair Blonde Ahead Of The Reunion

Just when we thought we couldn’t get any more excited about the Love Is Blind finale — which is dropping on Netflix tonight — we also found out there will be a reunion special, too. On March 5th, the entire cast, including the couples that made it to the alter (and those that didn’t), will be sitting down together to rehash the season and give fans an update on where their relationships stand today. Spoiler alert: Amber Pike and Matt Barnett are seemingly still together — but you might not...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Instagram, Atlanta, Netflix, Barnett, Pike, Matt Barnett, Mylee Quach Stankowitz, Quach Stankowitz

‘The Eddy’ Trailer: Damien Chazelle Once Again Asks, “Ya Like Jazz?”

You may already know this, but Damien Chazelle is a big fan of jazz. His movies Whiplash and La La Land are chock-full of jazz, baby, and he’s not ashamed to keep those sweet, sweet jazz tunes swinging into his next project – The Eddy. The Netflix series was created by Chazelle, who also directs some episodes, and follows a once-celebrated jazz pianist played by André Holland who owns a struggling jazz club in Paris. Watch The Eddy trailer below. The Eddy Trailer I know Damien Chazelle ...
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Netflix’s The Eddy Limited Series Teaser & Key Art Released

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Netflix’s The Eddy Limited Series Teaser & Key Art Released Netflix has released the official teaser for the limited series The Eddy, a musical drama created by Academy Award winner Damien Chazelle (La La Land), Alan Poul, Glen Ballard, and Jack Thorne and set to launch on May 8, along with the official soundtrack via Arista Records, featuring original music from the show. You can check out the teaser in the player below as well as the key art in the gallery! RELATED: Trai...
Tags: Video, TV, Movies, Netflix, Paris, TV News, Streaming, Elliot, Eddy, Jack Thorne, Marc Maron, Farid, Melissa George, ComingSoon, Arista Records, Glen Ballard

The Witcher season 2: Battlefield photos and more cast members confirmed

Another important witcher has been cast for the Netflix series
Tags: News, Trends, Netflix, Movies & TV, The Witcher

7 Simple Ways to Save on Your Heating Bill

Each winter, millions of Americans try to find their “heating sweet spot” – that perfect intersection where you’re not sporting a parka in your home for warmth, and you’re also happy with your monthly energy bill. Err on one side, and you can binge-watch your favorite Netflix series in shorts and a T-shirt. Pull back.Brought to you by: Frugal Focus
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‘Altered Carbon’ Star Anthony Mackie, Showrunner Break Down ‘Shakespearean’ Season 2

SPOILER ALERT: Do not keep reading if you have not yet watched Season 2 of “Altered Carbon,” streaming now on Netflix. “Altered Carbon” Season 2 sees Anthony Mackie take over the role of Takashi Kovacs, the so-called Last Envoy. In the new season, Kovacs is on an intergalactic hunt for revolutionary leader Quellcrist Falconer (Renée […]
Tags: News, Features, Netflix, Altered Carbon, Kovacs, Anthony Mackie, Alison Schapker, Netflix Altered Carbon Season, Takashi Kovacs, Quellcrist Falconer Renée

Netflix shares are on the rise, in spite of the coronavirus fears that are rocking the broader stock market (NFLX)

Netflix stock is on the rise, even as the broader stock market slides amid growing fears of the coronavirus. Shares of the company are up about 5% this week, as of Thursday afternoon, while the S&P 500 slid around 5%. Netflix may be not be affected by the stock market slump, so far, because investors think the outbreak could lead people to spend more time at home — and watching the streaming service. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Netflix isn't going down with the coronav...
Tags: Apple, NFL, Trends, Netflix, Roku, Ted Sarandos, Peacock, NFLX, Rochelle King, Disney Plus, Comcast Disney Discovery Fox, HBO Max Shares of Netflix

New US Trailer for Coming-of-Age Racing Film 'Go Karts' from Netflix

"You've got a lot of work to do before you're ready to race." Netflix has unveiled a new official trailer for the Australian coming-of-age racing movie originally known as Go!. They have since retitled it to the more generic Go Karts, even though it's the exact same film. The feel-good family coming-of-age film is about a wild young man named Jack who moves to a small town in Western Australia with his mother. He takes up competitive go-kart racing, but must work with an eccentric team to he...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Netflix, Jack, Western Australia, To Watch, Dan Wyllie, William Lodder

Netflix’s ‘Airplane Mode’ Sets New Non-English Language Feature Record

RIO DE JANEIRO  Cesar Rodrigues’ “Airplane Mode” is the most popular non-English language feature on Netflix so far in the world, Netflix disclosed exclusively to Variety on Thursday Feb. 27. The first Netflix original feature production in Brazil, released on Jan. 23, has been watched by nearly 28 million households, of which one third are in Brazil […]
Tags: News, Global, Netflix, Brazil, Airplane Mode, JANEIRO Cesar Rodrigues

The best new TV shows of 2020, so far, from 'Cheer' to 'Star Trek: Picard'

From the athletes on Netflix's "Cheer" to the triumphant return of Jean-Luc Picard on "Star Trek" to a Jane Austen tale, here's the best new 2020 TV.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Christy Hall on bringing a queer teen lead to life in ‘I Am Not OK With This’

Sofia Bryant (left) and Sophia Lillis with Christy Hall on set. Photo by Nicola Goode Sometimes overnight success doesn’t just happen overnight. Just ask Christy Hall, the co-creator/producer/writer of Netflix’s newest foray into sci-fi, I Am Not Ok With This, debuting February 26 on the streaming service. Having toiled for years as a playwright, her first attempts at writing screenplays gained the attention of Jonathan Entswhile, her collaborator on the show. The two paired to adapt Charles ...
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What's New in Transformers? Up Next is Flametoys, Fanstoys, Siege on Netflix and ThreeZero!!

Let's talk about some new Transformers!#Transformers #Whatsnew #Threezero
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How to Get All of Your Subscriptions Under Control

There’s a subscription for everything, from gaming to streaming to pre-packaged meals. And as convenient as all of these services may be, those “only $5/month” offers can quickly stack up and get out of control. In the video above, I share some of the techniques I use to keep my subscription budget in check.Read more...
Tags: Spotify, Budget, Finance, Netflix, Streaming, Lifehacks, Subscriptions

NBCU’s Peacock streaming service adds hundreds of hours of A&E shows

Peacock, NBCU’s upcoming streaming service, is expanding its unscripted lineup thanks to a new deal with A&E Networks. The licensing pact will allow NBCU to stream hundreds of hours of A&E and History’s most popular shows, including “First 48,” “Storage Wars,” “Cold Case Files,” “Pawn Stars,” “American Pickers,” “Ancient Aliens,” “Curse of Oak Island” and “Project Blue Book.” The new A&E shows complement a growing lineup on Peacock, which now includes TV classics, next-day access to episodes, hu...
Tags: TV, Television, Media, Nbc, Disney, Tech, Netflix, Comcast, Streaming, Cbs, A&e, Hulu, Cord Cutting, Viacom, Streaming Service, Nbcu

Young viewers watching public service broadcasters less, say Ofcom

Netflix and YouTube provide the BBC, ITV and Channel 4 with tough competition, says Ofcom report.
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What to Watch: Gays afraid of gay sex, a true-crime investigation and a Hollywood tell-all

Mark Patton get some glove love in “Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge” Stepping out on a movie date this weekend? Netflix and chillin? Whatever your entertainment needs, we got your back (and hopefully your mind) with Queerty’s weekly “Culture Club” column with some of the highlights of new releases, streaming shows, classics worth revisiting, and what to drink while you watch. The Stream: The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez The case of 8-year-old Gabriel Fernandez, a child murdere...
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Rachel Brosnahan Joins Anthony Ramos in Distant

Rachel Brosnahan joins Anthony Ramos in Distant Deadline has brought word that The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel‘s Emmy-winning lead Rachel Brosnahan has signed on to co-star in the upcoming sci-fi comedy Distant alongside In the Heights star Anthony Ramos. RELATED: In the Heights’ Anthony Ramos to Lead Sci-fi Comedy Distant The film, which is being written by Spenser Cohen (Extinction) and directed by Will Speck and Josh Gordon (Office Christmas Party), will follow an asteroid miner who crash lan...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Broadway, Dreamworks, Spike Lee, Will Ferrell, Will Arnett, Hamilton, Vega, Sonny, Gordon, Lin Manuel Miranda, Ramos, Maisel, Matt Hirsch, Movie News

Williams: Netflix series will show truth about 2019 F1 pre-season

Claire Williams believes the upcoming second series of Netflix's Drive to Survive documentary-series will "show the truth" about Williams's Formula 1 pre-season struggles in 2019
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Tim Cook dinged Netflix and HBO Max, saying he's not into 'Friends' reruns on Apple TV Plus

Apple CEO Tim Cook isn't keen on the idea of rerunning "Friends" on Apple TV Plus, its streaming service. When asked at a shareholders' meeting why Apple didn't acquire the rights to rerun the iconic sitcom, Cook said: "It doesn't feel right." Since launching Apple TV Plus, the tech giant has distributed a number of original series, including Oscar-nominated drama "The Morning Show." HBO Max, a soon-to-be rival to Apple TV Plus, is set to rerun all 10 seasons of "Friends" when it launches in t...
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Tim Cook says he's not into showing 'Friends' reruns on Apple TV Plus as it wouldn't be original content

Apple CEO Tim Cook isn't keen on the idea of rerunning "Friends" on Apple TV Plus, its streaming service. When asked at a shareholders' meeting why Apple didn't acquire the rights to rerun the iconic sitcom, Cook said: "It doesn't feel right." Since launching Apple TV Plus, the tech giant has distributed a number of original series, including Oscar-nominated drama "The Morning Show." HBO Max, a soon-to-be rival to Apple TV Plus, is set to rerun all 10 seasons of "Friends" when it launches in t...
Tags: Apple, Hbo, Cook, US, Trends, Netflix, Jennifer Aniston, Tim Cook, Apple TV Plus, HBO Max

10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Thursday. The head of SoftBank's $100 billion Vision Fund reportedly tried to lure another company executive into a sexual "honey trap" to collect blackmail and secure his rise to CEO. A Wall Street Journal report said Rajeev Misra had a "dark-arts campaign" to sabotage two other SoftBank executives in the years leading up to his promotion to CEO of SoftBank's investing arm in 2017 — but Misra and SoftBank deny the report. Microsoft sai...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Etsy, China, Softbank, US, Trends, Nasa, Netflix, Salesforce, Wall Street Journal, Amazon Echo, Rian Johnson, Alexa, Marc Benioff

What Queen Sono sounds like

Together with songs to look out for in the series, Zaza Hlalethwa asked the cast for songs that encapsulated their experience on the set of the Netflix original series Queen Sono. The post What Queen Sono sounds like appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Africa, Article, Netflix, Friday, Sono, Original Series, Queen Sono, South Africa (country, Diprente, Enhle Mbali, Khathutshelo, Sechana Morojele, Zaza Hlalethwa

‘The Letter for the King’ Trailer: Netflix Series is Like ‘1917’ But in a Fantasy World, and Without the Long Takes

Dutch author Tonke Dragt‘s beloved 1960s fantasy novel De brief voor de Koning, AKA The Letter for the King, has already been adapted into a movie, but now it’s heading to Netflix as a six-episode streaming series. Between this and The Witcher, Netflix is sparing no expense when it comes to feeding fantasy fans’ appetites while they wait for HBO’s Game of Thrones spin-offs. This thing looks like it cost more than Ozark, GLOW, and American Vandal put together. Check out the new trailer below. ...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Fantasy, Netflix, Prague, Andy Serkis, New Zealand, Adaptation, Peter Jackson, Joe Cornish, Wilson, Vandal, Omid Djalili, Kim Bodnia, Action/Adventure

Netflix Developing Female-Fronted Comedy Film With Jon Berg (EXCLUSIVE)

Netflix is developing an untitled female-led comedy with producer Jon Berg, the former Warner Bros.’ co-president of production. The writing team of Jordan Roter (“The Tear Down,” “Camp Rules”) and Monica Corcoran Harel (New York Times, Marie Claire) has been attached to write the project. Netflix is keeping the logline under wraps. The project will […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Marie Claire, Warner Bros, Jon Berg, Jordan Roter, Monica Corcoran Harel New York Times

‘Ugly Delicious’ Season 2 Trailer: David Chang Serves Up More Foodie Goodness

Delicious food and Danny McBride – what more could you ask for from the second season of Ugly Delicious? James Beard Award-winning chef David Chang and Oscar-winning director Morgan Neville (Won’t You Be My Neighbor?) return to serve more yummy goodness in the Ugly Delicious season 2 trailer, which sees Chang expanding his borders and expanding his rotation of celebrity guests who accompany with him on his food adventures. Watch the Ugly Delicious season 2 trailer below. Ugly Delicious Seas...
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‘Roma’ Making-of Documentary Now Streaming on Netflix

Netflix is weird about promoting some things. For instance: Did you know they’ve added a making-of documentary about Roma – the same documentary that’s included with the recent Criterion Collection release of the film? It’s true! But the streaming service, as is their style, has been shy about letting people know. That’s why we’re here, folks – to inform you. You’re welcome. I sure wish I could figure out just what the heck the marketing strategy for Netflix is. They have no problem plaster...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Mexico City, Alfonso Cuarón, Roma, Al Pacino, Martin Scorsese, Cleo, Cuaron, Cleo Yalitza Aparicio, Cuarón Roma, Martin Scorsese Robert De Niro Joe Pesci

Pete Davidson Says His ‘Career Would Be Over’ If He Acted Like Ariana Grande

The “Saturday Night Live” player talks a whole lot of smack about his famous ex in his new Netflix comedy special.
Tags: News, Netflix, Ariana Grande, Pete Davidson