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the haunting of hill house
Haunting of Hill House
Creator Says the Crain Family Story Is ‘Done’
He says season two would be about “something completely different.”
Selma Blair Reveals She’s Been Suffering From MS for 15 Years
“I have probably had this incurable disease for 15 years at least.”
All About the Washingtons
After One Season
The decision comes two months after the show’s first season debuted on the streaming service.
Is Being Rebooted on Facebook Watch
This is the story of seven strangers picked to fight in a comments section.
new york comic con 2018
Star Trek: Discove
ry Unveiled Your New Spock and He Is Wearing That Beard
Look at that jawline.
DC Universe Renews
for Second Season Hours After Premiere
They’re really, really into it!
CollegeHumor Is Launching Its Very Own Subscription Comedy Service
Chris Evans Will Be a Serious Lawyer in New Apple Series
And as with all serious lawyers, this case is personal.
Sarah Silverman Visits Jon Hamm and Adam Scott As Our Old, Gross Presidents
Does it help to know basically every president was disappointing?
DC Comics Announces Launch Date for Its Own Streaming Service
And a brand new original series:
You Can Stream Basically Every Nickelodeon Show From the ’90s Right Now
Remember SNICK? You can basically recreate SNICK.
the great british baking show
Netflix Is Getting New Seasons of
The Great British Baking Show
, and One Old One
Netflix is taking over from PBS as the U.S. home to the show.
Season-Two Trailer Will Have You Taking Whatever Hugs You Can Get Today
Sam is dealing with a lot, and frankly, so are we now.
Netflix Confirms It Wants to Ruin Your Binge-Watching Experience by Testing Ads
Wow, it’s like real TV.
The Florida Project
’s Brooklynn Prince Is Going to Solve a Murder
It really makes you worry about how few murders you’ve solved for your age.
Renée Zellweger Gets a New Netflix Show That Sounds Like Creepy
Netflix Is Like, Obsessed With Cars Now
They’ve officially run out of baked goods, houses, and people.
Disney’s Streaming Service Might Be Cheaper Than Netflix
It’ll be missing a few
movies but, come on, you can buy those at the store.
the marvel universe
Goes From Hulu to Freeform
The show will air its first episode on broadcast television August 2.
Eugenio Derbez to Make Comedians Compete on Amazon Prime
The show will feature Mexican comedians from a variety of disciplines battling for a cash prize of one million pesos.
The Most Enlightening Quotes From
Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee
From Alec Baldwin’s tactless #MeToo joke to Ellen DeGeneres’s reflections on coming out.
Learn How to Be a ‘Great Guy With a Gun’ With Handy Guide From Michelle Wolf
“Simply fire your gun with goodness in your heart and the bullets will hit only the bad guys!”
Check Out the Trailer for Netflix’s First Batch of 15-Minute Stand-up Specials
Featuring Michelle Buteau, Phil Wang, Ian Karmel, and more.
Dear White People
Renewed for Season 3 on Netflix
Thank you, Order of X.
Series From Emily V. Gordon and Kumail Nanjiani
writers are heading to Apple with a new show.
Holland Taylor on How Playing Ann Richards Changed Her Life
Taylor’s Tony-nominated one-woman show will be available on BroadwayHD June 14.
The Women of
Deal With Newfound Fame in the Season-Two Trailer
The show returns to Netflix on June 29.
Inside Netflix’s TV-Swallowing, Market-Dominating Binge Factory
The streaming service is hiring everybody in Hollywood to make more shows than any network ever has, and it already knows which ones you’ll like.
Could Return on a Conservative Streaming Platform
The new platform would allow fans to pay for the show themselves if they like it that much.
Why Comedies Make the Best Binge-Watches
The drama binge is so often a fling. A comedy binge can feel more like a real relationship.
Sony Crackle Lays Off Employees Amid Restructuring
The cuts come as part of a larger restructuring at Sony.
Netflix Orders Six More Episodes of ‘The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale’
Thanks to some news from Netflix today, Joel McHale gets to make more Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale. According to Variety, the streaming […]
Check Out the Trailer for Tig Notaro’s Netflix Standup Special ‘Happy to […]
Tig Notaro heads to Netflix later this month with her new standup special Happy to Be Here, and today the streaming network dropped the […]
Season 5 of ‘Arrested Development’ Premieres on May 29th
Not long after Mitch Hurwitz teased that the new season of Arrested Development would drop on Netflix “real soon,” the streaming network has […]
‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ Will End After Season 4
The upcoming season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt will be its last, but don’t worry – it might also head to the big screen afterward. According […]
Hulu Orders Mindy Kaling’s ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’ and Ramy Youssef […]
Hulu just announced a bunch of news, including series orders for comedies from Mindy Kaling and Ramy Youssef. First up is an order for a […]
Season 5 of ‘Arrested Development’ Will Premiere “Real Soon,” and the […]
Mitch Hurwitz just dropped two big Arrested Development scoops. On Twitter, Hurwitz confirmed that season 5 of the show will debut on Netflix […]
Gillian Jacobs, Vanessa Bayer, and Phoebe Robinson Star in the Trailer for […]
Last year, Vanessa Bayer, Gillian Jacobs, and Phoebe Robinson signed on to star in a Netflix comedy together called Ibiza, and today the […]
Check Out the Trailer for Netflix’s ‘The Break with Michelle Wolf’
Back in February, Netflix added a weekly late night series hosted by Late Night/Daily show alum and WHCD master Michelle Wolf, and over the […]
Netflix Orders a Multi-Cam Series and Two Standup Specials from Gabriel […]
Netflix wants a lot of Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias. According to Variety, the streaming network has ordered two standup specials from Iglesias as […]
Aidy Bryant and Lorne Michaels Are Developing a Hulu Comedy Based on Lindy […]
Lindy West’s 2016 memoir Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman might turn into a comedy series at Hulu starring SNL’s Aidy Bryant. According to The […]
Steve Martin and Martin Short’s Netflix Special Premieres Next Month
Back in February, Netflix revealed that it added a new comedy special from Steve Martin and Martin Short called Steve Martin and Martin Short: […]
Tig Notaro’s Standup Special ‘Happy to Be Here’ Debuts on Netflix Next […]
Just a couple months after Amazon canceled her series One Mississippi, Tig Notaro has a brand new standup special heading to Netflix next […]
10 Wonderfully Eccentric Indie Films Streaming for Free
Founded by Kentucker Audley, NoBudge.com showcases small, quirky independent films – several of which will be screening next week at the Nitehawk.
Netflix Adds ‘Paradise PD’ Animated Series from ‘Brickleberry’ Creators
Netflix has added another animated comedy to its lineup. The streaming network has ordered ten episodes of a half-hour animated series from […]
Check Out the Trailer for Seth Rogen’s ‘Hilarity for Charity’ Netflix […]
Last month, Netflix announced that Seth Rogen’s annual Hilarity for Charity event would be available to view for the first time on the […]
Abbi Jacobson and Will Graham Developing ‘A League of Their Own’ Comedy […]
Broad City’s Abbi Jacobson and Mozart in the Jungle writer/executive producer Will Graham are teaming up to develop a series based on 1992’s A […]
Jake Paul to Host Late-Night-Style Talk Show on YouTube Red
Now he can terrorize more than just his neighbors.
‘John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous at Radio City’ Premieres on Netflix in May
John Mulaney heads to Netflix in May with a brand new standup special. The streaming network just announced that it has a new […]
Nahnatchka Khan to Direct Netflix Romantic Comedy Starring Randall Park […]
Last year, Randall Park and Ali Wong signed on to star together in a romantic comedy at Netflix, and now the project has a director. According […]