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The 1970s were an odd time for Marvel Comics, and the Luke Cage season 2 trailer emphasizes one of those issues: Naming characters. During the 70s Marvel tried to really up its game when it came to diversifying its heroes. The problem was that it was still being handled by mainly white nerdy type guys… read more

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A Fast and the Furious animated series is on its way to Netflix, and, yes, those are real words. Netflix on Monday announced that it is working with DreamWorks Animation on a Fast and the Furious animated series that will follow in the footsteps of the film series. However, you can also expect new characters… read more

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Netflix has a problem on its hands, and Lost in Space really sums it all up in 10 hours for you. If you don’t have a good script, you’ll never have a good foundation. With the amount of original content Netflix is producing there is no question that the law of averages alone will win… read more

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Netflix is getting heavy into the comics game with its latest acquisition, Rob Liefeld’s Extreme Universe. During the 1990s there was a massive shift to creator-owned books, and this was exemplified by the early days of Image Comics. Under that umbrella big name creators had their own little corners of the company. Rob Liefeld –… read more

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Netflix is just pumping out original content, and more specifically its little corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is filling up pretty fast. Jessica Jones season 2 lands this Friday, but Netflix decided on Tuesday to go ahead and tease the second season of Luke Cage. Come June 22, it’s time to head back up… read more

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Netflix has released a full-length trailer for Lost in Space, and this is not a cheap looking series in any sense of the meaning. Lets be honest, the original Lost in Space was about as cheaply made as possible. That was just the way of the time period. Not a huge deal. On the other… read more

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Lost in Space is back again, and this time it’s heading to Netflix. Yes, it’s another reboot, but there’s a reason I’m intrigued. Not seen in this trailer is Parker Posey in the role of Dr. Smith… man, I so wanted to skip this series, but with Posey involved, I’m in. I can’t help myself.… read more

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TV

January 6 2018

Netflix finds its Sabrina

The Netflix version of Sabrina has found its lead actress. Kiernan Shipka, 18, has a pretty full resume already with stints on Mad Men and appearances on Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, but not she’s going to be taking on the role of Sabrina Spellman for Netflix’s upcoming untitled series. No, you aren’t imagining things. It used… read more

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Netflix didn’t waste any time getting Frank Castle back into action. On Tuesday it was announced that Netflix was ordering a second season of its latest Marvel series, The Punisher. Of course, there is no word yet as to when the series will air, but Jon Bernthal will return for the next set of episodes as… read more

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In a bit of a surprise move, the upcoming Sabrina series won’t be appearing alongside Riverdale. Back in September it was announced that the team behind Riverdale would be shooting a pilot for a series to be called The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Well, it seems that isn’t happening any more… because Netflix stepped in. According… read more

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Because there isn’t already enough to watch on TV, it’s time for spending to skyrocket even higher. According to a new report, Apple is set to accelerate its spending on original content from $500M to $4.2B by 2022. That’s a staggering amount, but it still isn’t the highest projection. Amazon, which is a company a… read more

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It’s a Thanksgiving miracle! Mystery Science Theater 3000 is returning for a 12th season. After being canceled years ago with season 10, fans – myself included – backed a Kickstarter to bring the series back for an 11th season. Netflix then got involved from the aspect of just airing the episodes. After that was all… read more

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