Netflix to “rethink” its film and television production investment in Georgia.
Sketch shows are always hit-and-miss, and I Think You Should Leave is more miss than hit. But that’s the point. It’s a comedic relief. It exists solely to make you laugh, cringe, do a self-check on your humour.
BoJack Horseman is a show that uses watercolour animation and cast of anthropomorphic animals and humans to create a surreal alternative universe that merges bleakness and joy.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has voted not to change its rules.
‘Shark Tank’ is produced by Mark Burnett and is based on the format ‘Dragons’ Den’, which originated in 2001 with the Japanese show ‘Tigers of Money’. The sharks are paid for their participation in the show, but the money they invest is their own. The entrepreneur can make a deal on the show if a panel member is interested.
This may not have been considered a much-awaited Netflix show, but this little Australian TV spy thriller has a special place in my heart. I mean, with it premiering after Donald Trump was elected, who wouldn’t want a show about secrets and lies?
Part 2 of one of Netflix best shows – The OA – is finally available with eight episodes, which will definitely give fans and newbies a lot to talk about in the next weeks and probably months.
‘The Affair’, which was originally from Showtime and now available on Netflix, is not just another he-said/she-said drama about extra marital affair.
‘Workin’ Moms’ comes from Reitman’s own life. She’s a mother to two young sons. When her oldest son was six weeks old, Reitman was shooting an indie film on location, where she spent her first Mother’s Day.
Critically acclaimed phenomenon House of Cards first aired on Netflix in 2013 and was one of Netflix’s first binge watch shows. It is now going into its sixth and final season with some real life drama to boot towards the show’s infamy.
Actor Chiwetel Ejiofor has made his directorial debut with “The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind”. The Netflix production tells the story of William Kamkwamba, who saved his village from famine by inventing a wind turbine.
We celebrated Valentine’s Day yesterday. You may have received a rose or a tulip or a chocolate. If you haven’t, it’s alright. There’s a celebration for single women all over the world that takes away the pressure of the dreaded Heart’s Day.
If you have never heard of “Pine Gap” – both the series and the actual place – that’s okay, join the club.
Ever since Netflix started to stream the reality series “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo”, I tried my best to get away from it. I pay no attention to any inviting suggestions like “Trending Now”, “Popular on Netflix” or to any meme and noise in social media.
Apparently, Netflix’s new comedy-drama web television series “Sex Education” is without doubt a sexually explicit, graphic and garbage at first look; but in retrospect, it is forthright, relatable and earnestly relevant.
Queen musical “Bohemian Rhapsody” and US segregation-era comedy “Green Book” took home the top Golden Globes on Sunday on a night of upsets that saw presumed favourite “A Star is Born” largely shut out, and big wins for Netflix.
This is an interactive film where you make choices which can alter the story. Throughout your viewing there will be choices presented at the bottom of the screen.
As 2018 is wrapping up in the corner and everyone is just so excited to say hello to 2019, I have come to terms with the fact that this year, my life has been a complete cycle of long hours of mental work at the newsroom and (almost) equally long hours of ‘Netflix and Chill’. Literally. You dirty-minded people.
‘The Haunting of Hill House’, Netflix’s latest series based on American author Shirley Jackson’s novel of the same title, is a terrifying gothic ghost story that follows a familiar, already-tested formula that still gives us real chills.
Facebook and Alphabet are at the centre of a volatile session on the US stock market.
With Halloween around the corner, on October 31, what better series to review than ‘American Horror Story: Asylum’. Since its first season, this series has been captivating its audience in more ways than one.
Netflix Inc hooked 7 million new streaming subscribers from July to September, a third more than Wall Street had expected.
‘Z Nation’ is an American post-apocalyptic television series that has a sort of mockumentary feel as the series plays on the ridiculousness of the circumstances it presents, blending horror with humor and some surprisingly heartfelt moments.
While ‘Atypical’ may not be Netflix’s best show or a typical binge worthy review, it has this something I can’t quite hit on that can keep you watching.
Ozark is not a story of a man on the run. It is a story of a man buying time and at every turn is able to pitch just enough to make sure his clock does not run out.
Considered one of Netflix’s big budget originals, Godless debuted on the internet entertainment service in November 2017 after a long journey of rejections of its storyline.
‘Modern Family’ had its pilot airing in September 2009 on ABC and since then created an enormous, solid fan base – all for the good reasons.
Can you ever imagine ‘Transformers’ without any visual effects? Can you imagine ‘Cybertron’ so plain and dry and just purely hollow? You can’t, for sure.
CHEYO, CHEYO, CHEYO! I hope not to hear these words uttered in the next five years. Well, we all made it through the election season and all the hoopla surrounding it; let’s pat ourselves on the back.
John Green’s 2012 novel ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ is a young adult fiction gem, which conveys so much sadness but is never overemotional.