preview Stories June 24, 2016

Netflix July 2016 Preview: Back to the Future trilogy, The Big Short, Marco Polo Season 2, more

A ton of movies and TV shows are coming to Netflix in July, including the Back to the Future trilogyThe Big Short, and season two of the Netflix original series Marco Polo. Also, you’ll be able to find the Lethal Weapon quadrilogy starring Mel Gibson and Danny Glover

You won’t want to miss these classic movies leaving in July: 2001: A Space OdysseyClockwork Orange, and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Also a bunch of of old Star Trek Movies are gone for good come July 1st.

Still not getting Netflix? You can try it out free for a month and then pay as little as $10 a month for a basic subscription. You’ll also want to check out some popular media streamers to beam Netflix to your TV.

The full list of what’s coming and what’s going:

preview Stories May 23, 2016

Netflix June 2016 Preview: ‘Orange is the New Black’ season 4, ‘Voltron: Legendary Defender’, more

For some of us, June finally means the end of miserable weather and the start of summer, but if you’re a fan of the Netflix original series: Orange is the New Black, you won’t get to enjoy time in the sun this month. That’s right, the girls of Litchfield are back for a fourth season (starting June 17th) and we’re told it gets a little darker and bit grittier this time around.

Also coming up is a brand new reboot series for Voltron from DreamWorks studios. In all, 13 episodes called Voltron: Legendary Defender will be arriving with modern visuals and a new story where five unlikely heroes together form as Voltron to defeat evil. As a big fan of Voltron growing up, I’ll definitely be checking this one out on June 10th when it’s released.

Still not getting Netflix? You can try it out free for a month and then pay as little as $8 a month for a basic subscription. You’ll also want to check out some popular media streamers to beam Netflix to your TV.

Here’s the full list of what’s coming and what’s going on Netflix in June:

preview Stories April 25, 2016

Netflix Preview for May 2016: ‘Bloodline’ Season 2, ‘Lady Dynamite’, Adam Sandler’s ‘The Do-Over’, much more

The birds are chirping and the lawn is calling your name, but you’re going to stay inside because Netflix has new binge worthy content for the month of May.

First off, you can get the second seasons of originals like Bloodline and Grace and Frankie. Then, the debut seasons for Netflix originals like Lady Dynamite that tells the “true story of a woman who loses — and then finds — her sh**.” From Mitch Hurwitz (Arrested Development) and Pam Brady (South Park) starring comedian-actress Maria Bamford.

Also arriving is Adam Sandler’s latest streaming movie The Do-Over, movies like Goosebumps, Sixteen Candles, Bring It On, Pleasantville and much more.

Still not getting Netflix? You can try it out free for a month and then pay as little as $8 a month for a basic subscription. You may also want to check out some popular media streamers to beam Netflix to your TV.

Here’s the full list of what’s coming and what’s going on Netflix in May:

preview Stories March 24, 2016

Netflix April Preview – Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine, 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, more to come

It’s almost April and spring is finally here! With a new month comes the addition of some great movies and TV shows on Netflix. One of the new films you’ll be able to watch is the documentary Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine. It takes a look at the “personal and private life of the late Apple CEO, Steve Jobs” and it received 6.8/10 star reviews (IMDb).

Some of the other new arrivals include: 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, The Princess Bride, Boogie Nights, The Shawshank Redemption, Best in Show, ChaplinMy Girl and Scrooged. Original Netflix shows are coming, too. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt returns for a second season and Patton Oswalt’s new standup special will be available. Also new to Netflix: The Ranch is a sitcom with Ashton Kutcher, Ajin (an anime show) and movie Special Correspondents (the journalism film from comedian Ricky Gervais).

To make room for the new movies some will be leaving beginning April 1st. Titles including Hook101 Dalmatians, Flashdance, Pride & Prejudice and On the Town are hitting the chopping block.  Still not on the Netflix bandwagon? You can try it free for a month and then pay as little as $8 a month for a basic subscription. You may also want to check out some popular media streamers to beam Netflix to your TV.

Here’s the full list of what’s coming and what’s going on Netflix in April:

preview Stories January 27, 2016

Well it’s almost February, and with a new month comes new programming to our favorite subscription service. If you’re looking to start fresh with a recent show you can watch the full first season of Better Call Saul arriving on the first of the month.

The TV series spinoff of Breaking Bad follows “the trials and tribulations of criminal lawyer, Saul Goodman, in the time leading up to establishing his strip-mall law office in Albuquerque, New Mexico.” Nominated for a Golden Globe, this series has definite binge watching potential.

Keep reading for the full list of titles coming in February. expand full story

preview Stories January 18, 2016

Netflix Announces Premiere Dates for 10 Original Shows including House of Cards, Orange is the New Black, and Fuller House

Netflix announced the premiere dates for a bunch of upcoming shows including Orange is the New Black which will hit the small screen again June 17th. Also, Fuller House will make its debut next month (on the 26th) and the new Marvel hit Jessica Jones will get a second season sometime this year. House of Cards will get a fourth season starting March 4th as well.

All of this is a part of Netflix’s plan to double the amount of original content subscribers will have access to. The Netflix executives announced the network will deliver over 600 hours of original content this year and in order to do so, have invested $6 billion into producing the various TV shows and films.

Netflix has also announced premiere dates for the following shows:

  • Flaked – March 11
  • The Ranch – April 1
  • Lost & Found Music Studios – April 1
  • Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt – April 15
  • Kong: King of the Apes – April 15
  • Marseille – May 5
  • Grace and Frankie – May 6
  • Word Party – June 3
  • Stranger Things – July 15
  • The Get Down – August 12

Netflix recently made its service available in 130 countries, including Russia and India, but did confirm it would start actively shutting down proxy services to stop subscribers from using Netflix services outside of their own region. Currently, all original Netflix programming will be made available to subscribers in each country.

 

preview Stories December 21, 2015

Netflix Preview for 2016: Chelsea Does, Fuller House, Marvel’s Luke Cage, Orange is the New Black, more

Netflix announced it will be releasing 31 original shows in 2016, which is almost double the number from this year. Also, it appears they will be releasing about 15 new original series to go along with their supply of great shows, like Daredevil, Sense8, Bloodline, BoJack Horseman, and more.

The streaming service will also be adding 10 more feature films, 10 stand-up specials, 12 documentaries and 30 kids’ shows – all coming in the new year.

Here are some of the new original shows coming in 2016:

  • Flaked 
  • Fuller House
  • Lady Dynamite
  • Degrassi: Next Class
  • Love
  • Stranger Things
  • The Crown
  • The Ranch
  • The Get Down

None of those release dates have been announced yet, but we’ll keep you posted when we find out and know more. Below you’ll find everything coming in January to Netflix including Chelsea Handler’s new talk show: Chelsea Does.

preview Stories October 22, 2015

With the success of Marvel and Netflix’s first joint project, Daredevil, the two companies have decided to follow it up with yet another dark superhero series.

Marvel’s Jessica Jones is a character that began as a superhero named Jewel, having been influenced by Peter Parker’s crime-fighting ways as Spiderman. Jones became Jewel after a chemical accident that also killed both her parents. In the accident, she gained superhuman strength, limited invulnerability, and the power of flight.

Jessica Jones will begin airing on November 20 exclusively on Netflix, and the title role will be played by actress Krysten Ritter, who also starred in the hit AMC drama series Breaking Bad and the ABC sitcom Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23. Next month, you can also see Seven Deadly Sins, River, Aziz Ansari’s brand new series Master of None, the return of comedy duo Bob Odenkirk and David Cross, and a John Mulaney stand-up special.

As always, if you’re not a current Netflix subscriber, you can sign up for as low as $8/month which gets you access to thousands of titles (in SD, $10+ for HD). To enhance your Netflix viewing experience you can stream to your TV with an AppleTV, Google Chromecast or Roku.

Check out the full list below of what’s coming and what’s leaving next month:

expand full story

preview Stories September 28, 2015

Netflix October Preview: Arrow Season 3, Homeland Season 4, Hemlock Grove Season 3, more

Every month Netflix adds new programming to its database and also says goodbye to certain TV shows and movies. Below you can find the full list of what’s coming and going, but first we have the highlights of what you can enjoy beginning this Thursday October, 1st.

CW’s Arrow, season 3 is coming on October 7th. This show follows a billionaire playboy, Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) of Starling City, who spends five years on a mysterious island after a shipwreck and returns back.

The major television highlight for October 2015 on Netflix will be Homeland Season 4. The fourth season of this multi-award winning television show will be available to stream starting from October 12. Hemlock Grove, Season 3one of Netflix Originals will also have all of its episodes available on October 23.

The Originals, Season 2 will also be streaming on Netflix starting from October 6. Another good television series to watch on Netflix in October is American Horror Series, Season 4. It’s set to hit Netflix on October 21.

As always, if you’re not a current Netflix subscriber, you can sign up for only $8/month which gets you access to thousands of titles. You can stream Netflix using an AppleTV, Google Chromecast or Roku to your TV.

preview Stories August 31, 2015

Tomorrow is the first day of September and if you’re a Netflix subscriber you know that means a slew of new programming is coming your way. A few highlights include: The Walking Dead: Season 5, Gotham: Season 1, and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 to name a few. Below you’ll find the full list of new shows and movies arriving throughout the month.

Also, to make room for all this new programming a bunch of content is going to be leaving as well. This September is a little different because Netflix’s deal with Epix is expiring and they aren’t going to renew. This means all Epix movies are leaving Netflix and are heading over to Hulu. Some of the titles that are leaving are: The Wolf of Wall Street, The Hunger Games: Catching FireTransformers: Age of Extinction, plus many more.

Be sure to review our list below so you can watch it before it’s gone for good.  expand full story

preview Stories March 18, 2015

Netflix April Preview: Daredevil season one, The Babadook, National Treasure, more to come

Netflix is only $8/month and as a subscriber you get great TV shows, original series and movies each month. Starting April 10th you can catch season 1 of Daredevil only on Netflix. For binge watchers like myself, that’s the entire season (13 hours) of great television.

It’s time to let the devil out. Marvel’s Daredevil is here to clean up the streets of Hell’s Kitchen, New York. Lawyer by day, street-level hero by night, Matt Murdock is on a mission to make his city a better place against an underground terror within the city.

Here are more new shows and movies also coming in April:

April 1 And Now … Ladies and Gentlemen… Bandolero Barnyard The Beautician and the Beast Buffalo Soldiers The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course Down to Earth Leprechaun 3 Leprechaun 4: In Space Leprechaun 6: Back 2 tha Hood Suicide Kings Sunset Strip Underworld Whiteboyz Wrong Turn at Tahoe

April 2 Life Partners Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage

April 3 Starry Eyes The Quiet Ones All Hail King Julien, Season One Derek Special

April 7 Preservation

April 8 Halt and Catch Fire, Season One

April 9 Pioneer (2013)

April 10 The Awakening Broken Burning Bridges Confusion Na Wa Finding Mercy Finding Mercy 2 Flower Girl Forgetting June Knocking on Heaven’s Door Lagos Cougars Lies Men Tell Mad Couple Mad Couple 2 Matters Arising October 1 Onye Ozi Ties That Bind Marvel’s Daredevil, Season One Premiere

April 12 The Identical

April 13 Video Game High School, Season 3

April 14 The Babadook Goodbye to Language Kink

April 16 Hot Fuzz

April 17 Chris D’Elia: Incorrigible They Came Together Baby Daddy, Season 4

April 18 Noah

April 21 A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

April 26 The Nutty Professor 2: Facing the Fear

April 27 National Treasure

Powered by WordPress.com VIP