Here’s some awesome news: today at the Television Critics Association Press tour, Netflix has announced that they will be producing a second season of Jessica Jones!
Here’s a trick that’s been around for a while but may have passed you by: secret category codes added by Netflix engineers that can help you narrow down your on-demand video choices. From classic war movies to Brazilian dramas, here’s how to dig deeper into the Netflix library.
This weekend, the world met the whiskey-drinking, super-powered Hell’s Kitchen detective known as Jessica Jones. She’s the star of the second Netflix Marvel superhero show, leading into the team-up series The Defenders, and many people spent their weekends on the couch, devouring all 13 episodes.
Millions of people are binging on Jessica Jones right now. They’re watching as a sadistic predator named Kilgrave makes the title character’s life a living hell. Kilgrave’s even worse in the comics, though: he’s a crappy absentee dad who passed his powers to a bunch of angry, neglected sons and daughters.
In the past decade, we’ve seen an endless parade of comic book movies and TV shows, promising to be darker and more “realistic.” But until Jessica Jones, none of them has really hit the mark. We saw the first seven episodes, and here’s our spoiler-free review.
Here’s our most in-depth look yet at the next Marvel Comics superhero show from Netflix. Watching it, you can see Jessica Jones that has been through hell. And it looks like creepy villain Killgrave is going to send her right back.
Netflix and Marvel’s Jessica Jones showed its first episode at a packed New York Comic Con house, and it delivered so much. Here are our spoiler-free first impressions.
Just over a month from now, Marvel’s next TV show debuts, featuring Jessica Jones. But who is Jessica? She’s not as well known as Daredevil or the Agents of SHIELD, even though she spent some time as an Avenger in the comics. So here’s everything you need to know about Marvel’s most superheroic detective.
We got our first glimpse of the upcoming Nexflix Marvel outing, Jessica Jones earlier this month, and now, a new short teaser shows off Jones’ strength.
Netflix on the Wii U now finally has the same UI as every other version of the service. Which means TV episodes will auto-play!
It is a good day to be a superhero who prefers to wear normal clothes? First we had the unofficial reveal of Jon Bernthal as the Punisher in Daredevil, and now we have first official still from Netflix;’s upcoming Jessica Jones TV series, of both the titular star and Luke Cage!
Those of us who went to Jewish summer camp are pretty much unanimously obsessed with Wet Hot American Summer, an absurd cult classic starring an all-star cast of celebrities and comedians including Paul Rudd, Michael Ian Black, Bradley Cooper, and Elizabeth Banks. Now Netflix has released the first trailer for their…
The second season of Knights of Sidonia—our pick for the best anime on Netflix—kicks off on July 3. Here’s a trailer.
Marvel's Daredevil has a lot of things going for it — but one thing that stands out is its visceral, thrilling fight scenes. These brawls aren't just visual splendour: they help convey Matt Murdock's evolution from Vigilante to Superhero. Join us as we take a spoiler-laden look at Daredevil's important fight scenes.
Matt Murdock’s latest on-screen adaptation will feature Daredevil’s most iconic costume.
Last month, the world freaked out over rumors that Nintendo was working with Netflix to create a live-action TV series based on The Legend of Zelda. Today, the guy who runs Nintendo says those rumors aren't true.
Netflix and Nintendo may be making a live-action Legend of Zelda television series. Not if we make it first!
The biggest news of the day is undoubtedly that there are plans to make a live-action series on Netflix based on The Legend of Zelda. While it’s not clear whether or not the series will happen, the very idea has people talking.