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

better call saul on netflixWell 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.

 

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