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TV News Roundup: Netflix Announces Holiday Programming Release Dates

In today’s TV news roundup, Netflix unveiled the premiere dates for its upcoming holiday programming and the CW renewed “The Outpost.” DATES  Netflix has announced the release dates for all of its upcoming holiday series and films. Beginning Nov. 1, the streaming service will kick off the holiday season with “Holiday in the Wild” starring […]
Tags: News, Arsenio Hall, Netflix, No Activity, The Outpost


Netflix Acquires Rights to Turkish Prison Drama ‘Avlu’

Netflix has taken global rights to the first season of “Avlu,” the Turkish adaption of Fremantle’s hit Australian prison drama “Wentworth.” Produced by Hayri Aslan and Limon Film, “Avlu” is set in a female prison in Istanbul, and has the same characters as the Australian original, all trying to survive life behind bars. The deal with Netflix was brokered by […]
Tags: Global, News, Avlu, Fremantle, Netflix, Turkey, Wentworth


Vince Gilligan Teases Some ‘El Camino’ Deleted Scenes, Admits the Movie “Does Not Need to Exist”

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie hit Netflix and limited theaters last Friday, and the general consensus about the film is that it’s well-executed but ultimately inessential. Turns out writer/director Vince Gilligan agrees about that last part; in a new interview, he admits that “this movie, strictly speaking, does not need to exist.” Read Gilligan’s comments calling the film a “gift to the fans,” learn about the lengths he and his team were willing to go in order to preserve some of the film’s ...
Tags: Drama, Netflix, TV To Film Adaptation, Bryan Cranston, El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, Vince Gilligan


Netflix Q3 Preview: The Calm Before the Streaming-Wars Storm?

Wall Street is expecting Netflix to hit or slightly beat subscriber and financial targets when it reports third quarter 2019 results on Wednesday after market close. But then what? Debate among analysts continues to rage about what will happen to Netflix’s market-leading position once it’s facing big new rivals in Disney Plus and Apple TV […]
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Older Roku devices won’t play Netflix after December 1

If you're the owner of one of Roku's first-generation devices made before 2011, you might be losing access to Netflix content on December 1.
Tags: Home Theater, News, Netflix, Roku, Streaming Media Players


Arsenio Hall: Smart & Classy Trailer For Netflix Comedy Special Released

Arsenio Hall: Smart & Classy trailer for Netflix comedy special released Netflix has released the trailer for their newest comedy special titled Smart & Classy, starring actor and comedy legend Arsenio Hall in his first stand-up special which will be available for streaming on October 29. Check out the video in the player below! RELATED: Coming to America Sequel Adds Leslie Jones, Kiki Layne, and More In Arsenio Hall: Smart & Classy, over the course of his illustrious career entertaining aud...
Tags: TV, Arsenio hall, Arsenio: Smart & Classy, Netflix, Streaming News, TV News, Video


Nick Jonas, Shawn Levy Team for Netflix YA Series

Nick Jonas and “Stranger Things” producer Shawn Levy are teaming on a YA holiday series which has been ordered at Netflix. The show in question, “Dash & Lily,” is based on the book series “Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares” by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan, and will consist of eight 30-minute episodes, scheduled to […]
Tags: News, 21 Laps, Netflix, Nick Jonas, Shawn Levy


Dash & Lily: Shawn Levy, Nick Jonas Adapting YA Book Series for Netflix

Dash & Lily: Shawn Levy, Nick Jonas adapting YA book series for Netflix Austin Abrams (Paper Towns, Euphoria) and Midori Francis (Good Boys, The Birch) have been cast in Dash & Lily, Netflix’s upcoming series adaptation from Shawn Levy’s (Stranger Things) 21 Laps and Nick Jonas’ Image 32, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. The eight-episode, half-hour series based on the book Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan. RELATED: Euphoria’s Austin Abrams Joins This Is Us S...
Tags: TV, Dash & Lily, Netflix, Nick Jonas, Shawn Levy, Streaming, TV News


The Crown Season 3 Poster: Times Change, Duty Endures

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The Crown season 3 poster: Times change, duty endures Netflix has released The Crown Season 3 poster, teasing the time jump in the new season of the Golden Globe-winning historical drama. You can check the full poster out now in the gallery below (via Vital Thrills)! The third season of The Crown will see the entire cast aging up, including Tobias Menzies taking over for Matt Smith who played Prince Philip during the first two seasons. Prince Charles and Princess Anne will...
Tags: TV, Netflix, Streaming, The Crown, TV News, UK


These are the best action movies on Netflix right now (October 2019)

In need of a movie that will really get your adrenaline pumping? Netflix offers a ton of films that fit the bill, along with a few you might want to avoid. Here, we rounded up the best action movies currently streaming on Netflix.
Tags: Home Theater, Movies & TV, Netflix, Streaming


Disney+ unleashes an epic tweetstorm. And Amazon invades Google turf: Tuesday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our daily newsletter. You can also get an audio version of this briefing on your Alexa device. Disney’s power move Why tweet once when you can tweet hundreds of times? Disney+, the upcoming streaming service, just pulled off a clever stunt: In an epic tweetstorm, it spent hours tweeting out posters of movies...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Hong Kong, China, Advertising, Disney, Netflix, Nba, Finland, Rockets, Espn, Lebron James, Angela Lansbury, Houston Rockets, Alexa, Ashley Madison


David Chang’s new Netflix show

Anthony Bourdain’s television shows No Reservations and Parts Unknown were, on paper, supposed to be about food. The chef-turned-globe-trotter traveled the world trying cuisines unfamiliar to many Americans, offering his witty and insightful commentary along the way. Sounds like a pretty straightforward premise, but the Emmy- and Peabody-award-winning shows ended up remaking the travel docu-series genre. It’s difficult to overstate Bourdain’s influence: He merged food and politics in the pub...
Tags: All, Anthony Bourdain, David Chang, Food Show, Netflix


'We put 20 tons of nuts in the post': meet TV's most extreme superfans

When Star Trek was due to be axed, they wrote letters in protest. Now fans mobilise on social media, picket the TV companies – and even go on hunger strikeModern fandom can seem an alien concept. Gone are the teens penning heartfelt letters to their favourite pinups. Today’s fans – or “stans”, named after the Eminem song about an obsessive stalker – are an online army ready to take on anyone that might threaten the object of their adoration. Most recently, fans of the cult Netflix show The OA ha...
Tags: Television, Netflix, Culture, Television & radio


Netflix, HBO, Other Global Content Creators Set Up Asian Bases in Media-Friendly Singapore

Netflix runs its Asian operations from the swanky Marina One mixed-use development in Singapore, an architectural masterpiece that fits in with the streaming giant’s dedication to Instagrammable real estate. Netflix’s presence in Singapore follows other major media names over the years, including HBO Asia, Vice Media and HOOQ, all of whom have Asian headquarters in […]
Tags: Singapore, Spotlight, Netflix, Mipcom, Netflix HBO, Marina One, HBO Asia Vice Media


Disneys reveal launch titles for streaming platform, including one title that could be a Netflix killer

Dependable television comedies with large back catalogues have been a key driver of success for streaming services as viewers binge on "comfort viewing" staples. READ MORE: • Sky renews Sevens deal to 2023, loses Disney channels... [Author: [email protected]]
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Schitt’s Creek Season 5 Is On Netflix

Just in time for Thanksgiving! Eat some stuffing, watch ‘Schitt’s Creek’, and enjoy these gifs! It may just be a regular ol’ Monday in America and the rest of the world, but today, October 14th, is a very special day in my home country of Canada — It’s Thanksgiving, baby! Canadian Thanksgiving (or as we like to call it, Thanksgiving) falls on the second Monday in October, and marks the celebration of the harvest season. This year, however, there’s another reason to celebrate: Season 5 o...
Tags: America, David, Netflix, Canada, Humor, Creek, Schitt, Schitts Creek, Moira Catherine O'Hara, Johnny Eugene Levy, David Dan Levy, Alexis Annie Murphy, Canada Schitts Creek, Sloane Hughes


Disney reveals launch titles for streaming platform, including one title that could be a Netflix killer

Dependable television comedies with large back catalogues have been a key driver of success for streaming services as viewers binge on "comfort viewing" staples. READ MORE: • Sky renews Sevens deal to 2023, loses Disney channels... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, Disney, Netflix


Hadley Robinson & Lauren Tsai to Star in Amy Poehler’s Moxie

Hadley Robinson & Lauren Tsai to star in Amy Poehler’s Moxie Hadley Robinson (Utopia) and Lauren Tsai (Legion) have joined Netflix’s coming-of-age comedy-drama Moxie, directed by Amy Poehler, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. RELATED: Vince Gillian Had a Different Ending in Mind for El Camino Based on the novel by Jennifer Mathieu, Moxie follows the story of a 16 year old teenage girl named Vivian Carter (Robinson), who gets fed up with her high school’s sexist dress codes, hallway harass...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Netflix, Amy Poehler, Poehler, Juilliard School, Viv, Movie News, Riot Grrl, Morgan Sackett, Albert L Ortega Getty, Tamara Chestna, Vince Gillian, Lauren Tsai, Hadley Robinson, Hadley Robinson Lauren Tsai


Comment on chicken tikka masala by Apriori

I only recently started watching GGBO on Netflix (I adore Mel, Sue, and Mary!) and am not a baker, but have been trying… In any case, Chetna has been my favorite baker and I was delighted to see she has a website, and it looks like a book or two. Thank you for sharing!
Tags: Food, Netflix, Mary, Mel Sue, Chetna, Apriori


Transgender Activist Referenced By Dave Chappelle Dies By Suicide

Daphne Dorman, 44, was referenced in Chappelle's Netflix special "Sticks & Stones."
Tags: News, Netflix, Dave Chappelle, Chappelle, Daphne Dorman


Transgender Activist, Comedian Referenced By Dave Chappelle Dies By Suicide

Daphne Dorman, 44, was referenced in Chappelle's Netflix special "Sticks & Stones."
Tags: News, Netflix, Dave Chappelle, Chappelle, Daphne Dorman


Annapurna Film Head Ivana Lombardi Named Director of Indies at Netflix (EXCLUSIVE)

Annapurna Pictures president of film Ivana Lombardi is moving across town to Netflix, after almost a year in her role at Megan Ellison’s company. As of Nov. 6, Lombardi will serve as director of independent films at the streamer. She will report directly to Lisa Nishimura, Netflix’s vice president of independent film and documentary features. […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Annapurna, Lombardi, Megan Ellison, Annapurna Pictures, Lisa Nishimura Netflix, Ivana Lombardi, Annapurna Film Head Ivana Lombardi


Netflix and Ava DuVernay Sued by Police Interrogation Firm

The company behind a controversial police interrogation technique filed a federal lawsuit on Monday against Netflix and director Ava DuVernay, claiming that it was defamed in DuVernay’s miniseries on the Central Park jogger case. John E. Reid and Associates developed the Reid Technique in the late 1940s, and it has continued to offer training materials […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Ava Duvernay, Central Park, Associates, DuVernay, Reid Technique, When They See Us, John E Reid


‘El Camino’ Had Two Alternate Endings and the Original Cut Ran Three Hours

When Aaron Paul‘s long-suffering Jesse Pinkman crashed a stolen El Camino through the fences of the white supremacist compound where he had been kept enslaved in the explosive Breaking Bad finale in 2013, his fate was left on an ecstatic but ambiguous note. Six years later, we find out the aftermath of Jesse’s escape from the neo-Nazis who had tortured him in this weekend’s El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie. And while the film offers a more decisive fate for Walter White’s former partner, writer-...
Tags: Better Call Saul, Vince Gilligan, Breaking Bad, Movies, Drama, Montana, Netflix, Alaska, Aaron Paul, Entertainment Weekly, PAUL, Gould, Vince, Jesse, Gilligan, Walter White


The top 10 slides from Netflix's groundbreaking first culture deck that experts say had the most impact (NFLX)

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings his company's culture deck in 2009. In more than 120 slides, Netflix broke down its management and cultural philosophy to prepare potential recruits for what it would be like to work with the then DVD-by-mail operation. The company regularly updates its cultural philosophy in a memo on its website. But current document retains many of the core principles of the original. Business Insider breaks down the most bold, and at times controversial, slides that still hold u...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Steve Jobs, Stanford, Disney, Trends, Netflix, Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, Journal, Sheryl Sandberg, Reed Hastings, Reed, Hastings, Company, Sutton


Hulu rolls out 4K content to Xbox One, with Amazon Fire TV and others coming ‘soon’

Hulu this summer finally brought back 4K content to its service, after abruptly removing it in 2018 while it focused on other priorities. Initially, its 4K content was only available on Apple TV 4K and Chromecast Ultra. Today, Hulu says it’s available on Xbox One devices, with support for Amazon Fire TV and LG WebOS in the works. More devices will also be supported soon, the company notes. The streaming service had never really prioritized 4K content, having first rolled out support in Decemb...
Tags: Apple, Google, Media, Disney, Tech, Netflix, 4k, James Bond, Lg, Hulu, Amazon Fire TV, Cord Cutting, FAQ, Streaming Service, Dolby Atmos, Amazon Prime Video


‘Little Women’ Actress Hadley Robinson to Star in Amy Poehler’s ‘Moxie’

“Utopia” and “Little Women” actress Hadley Robinson has been tapped to star in Amy Poehler’s next directorial effort “Moxie.” Lauren Tsai is also on board to co-star in the Netflix movie. “Moxie” follows a teenage girl (Robinson) from a small town who is inspired by her mother’s Riot Girl past and starts a feminist revolution […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Amy Poehler, Robinson, Moxie, Lauren Tsai, Hadley Robinson


Opendoor appoints new batch of executives, board members

The new leaders — none of whom have backgrounds in real estate — have previous experience working at Amazon, Netflix, Hulu and in the venture capital industry.
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Uber, Spotify, Technology, Softbank, Netflix, Radio, Venture Capital, Silicon Valley, Airbnb, Goldman Sachs, Compass, Hulu, Jason Kilar, Capital One


Here's why the founder of a beloved productivity app is refocusing his startup incubator on health from artificial intelligence

All Turtles, an incubator launched and run by Evernote cofounder Phil Libin, has shifted its focus. Libin launched it with the idea that it would foster applications and products based on artificial intelligence. Now, All Turtles' focus is on developing products that help improve the health of individuals or workplaces. Libin still thinks AI will be important for most of the products the company develops — just not all of them. Click here for more BI Prime stories. It's well known that startu...
Tags: Apple, Google, Hollywood, Steve Jobs, Singapore, Trends, Netflix, Paris, Mexico City, Tokyo, Silicon Valley, Phil Libin, HARRIS, Libin, Tellus, All Turtles


‘The Irishman’ to Screen at Hollywood’s Egyptian Theatre

Netflix’s “The Irishman,” directed by Martin Scorsese, will screen at American Cinematheque’s Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood and the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica for two weeks starting Nov. 1. The screenings, announced Monday, are part of the limited theatrical run for the 209-minute crime drama, which premiered at the New York Film Festival on Sept. 27. […]
Tags: Hollywood, News, Netflix, Robert De Niro, Martin Scorsese, Santa Monica, American Cinematheque, The Irishman, Egyptian Theatre