If September fills you with back-to-school nostalgia, you’ll probably be pleased by the many throwbacks coming to Netflix next month. Sharpen some new pencils as Vincent Vega plunges a syringe into Mia Wallace in Pulp Fiction! Cover your textbooks while Todd Anderson climbs onto a desk in Dead Poets Society! Make a…
Sun’s out, guns out! While it may be time to give your TV a much-needed summer vacation, hotter temps mean you’re more likely to heat things up romantically, and Netflix is here to help you chill with some out of this world summer additions (and some unfortunate show departures).
Spring is here, but that doesn’t mean any of us want to do anything but binge watch TV. Netflix is bringing a bunch of its original TV shows back this month in the United States alongside tons of other new movies.
Netflix is about to rain down on April with some nerd-friendly original content, but that’s coming at the cost of some of the best nerd-friendly classic TV.
Spring is in the air and daylight saving time is about to start, which means those carefree lazy nights of binge watching Netflix will now come with a side of guilt as you look off into the late evening sunset. Good thing there’s some good stuff arriving this month in the U.S. to keep you occupied.
2017 is now in full swing, and Netflix is yet again bringing a ton of new original movies and TV shows alongside some decent stuff from other networks. That includes some real winners this month, like Finding Dory and The People v. O.J. Simpson.
We’re not even halfway through December and Netflix is already letting us know what’s on the way next month. That’s partially because the end of December holds a few surprises, and January’s looking pretty solid too.
Rejoice, you can download Netflix movies and TV shows to watch offline. Unfortunately, it only downloads to your built-in storage by default, which can lead to some slow, cluttered phones. If you’d rather use the extra space on your SD card for all those Stranger Things episodes, here’s how.
As winter starts to dig its way in, Netflix cycles through another set of movies. This time around, you’ll see the return of the Gilmore Girls, a couple of Stephen King classics, and more.
After a couple of lackluster months, Netflix is hitting back with a pretty solid list of new arrivals this month, including a ton of original programming like Black Mirror, The Fall, and more.
22 years ago, fans fell in love with a TV version of Ben Edlund’s The Tick, charmed by the show’s loopy self-aware superhero send-ups. 15 years ago, fans cheered for a live-action version of the Tick starring the too-perfect Patrick Warburton. Today, we get a new Tick for a new landscape, and I’m already hooked.
Pilots for the upcoming 2016-17 TV season include three shows involving time travel, one about an adult woman with an imaginary friend and another starring a talking dog. This could possibly be the weirdest and greatest collection of shows in the history of TV.
YouTuber Dolce’s filters, use of an 4:3 ratio, and dated music make Grand Theft Auto V look like it came in a box of old, damaged VHS tapes.
That’s it. GTA V is such an amazing world that it can be used to create anything. Let’s make movies and full seasons of TV shows using just GTA V graphics because this is just stunning. Here is a Breaking Bad tribute done completely with GTA V and it sums up a decent amount of the series pretty well.
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.
A new Game of Thrones season means heaps of new characters, so I can't blame people for getting excited when new cast members are revealed—even with season five almost a year out. One very important book character was conspicuously absent from the announcement, however, and I'm worried. It's not just me, either.
By now, we know that Game of Thrones uses a heavy VFX hand when it comes to building the world of Westeros but it's still amazing how real their visual effects can make it look. That's because pretty much everything is fake. Seriously. Anything far off in the distance or people standing around or flags waving have all…
THE CLOCK IS TICKING, BAUER. On April 1, Netflix is removing 24 from their instant streaming services. That means you have just one week to catch up on the high-octane show before it comes back for a 12-episode limited run in May.