How does an “immortal” Netflix account sound to you? Thanks to ‘The Old Guard’, you can win one in a three-day PC game.
In the Good News department: A Netflix advertising campaign is targeting the furloughed and fired workers in Hollywood with a kind word.
Netflix is standing tall for the LGBTQ community and gay rights again, as they tell the nation of Turkey their TV series is cancelled. Why? Check it out.
Netflix has benefited from COVID-19 because of its hours of endless content. Among them are the Netflix horror original TV series and films that you must see.
We’re still in a pandemic. Movies and TV series are still being pushed back. So, let’s talk about these 10 Netflix low key gems you may have been ignoring.
All of the things Netflix has brought to the small screen, Neil Gaiman’s ‘The Sandman’ could be the biggest and baddest.
The Netflix four-part series “When They See Us” has one noteworthy detective seeing green.
Netflix shocks the world again by picking up a Universal movie and spending $130 million in the process (most of that maybe to the actors’ salaries).
Netflix was attacked by the Cancel Culture for peddling a borderline pedophilia starter kit called ‘Cuties’. And it’s not cute.
A guy wearing all black, with a helmet, and is a master with a sword of light. No, not that guy. Some Japanese dude is getting a biopic.
It’s a Zack Attack! Heeeeeeeeee’s back. Just not where you think and why.
The Video Game Movie genre is in full swing thanks to this news by Ubisoft and Netflix.
Yeah, yeah. No Marvel shows on the list. So what. Someone pass me the remote for Bojack Horseman, please?
Who said cutting the cord was going to hurt revenue? Oh, the cable guys? Yeah, they were right.
Do you know the difference between a movie made on Netflix and one made on bigger screens? Neither does Steven Spielberg.