Daniel Radcliffe Joins Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Special for Interactive Adventures!
After Black Mirror: Bandersnatch and that Bear Grylls’s nature survival series You vs. Wild. Now, Kimmy (Ellie Kemper) and pals will return post-series finale with a very Kimmy plot you can participate in.
New ‘Stranger Things’ Game Takes Cues From ‘Pokemon Go’!
With partnering with Next Games on a new Stranger Things mobile game coming in 2020. We didn’t learn many details beyond the slick Saturday Morning Cartoon art style. However, Next Games’ previous work on The Walking Dead: Our World showed the team is equipped to tackle the geolocation-based augmented reality mobile game you need to compete with the likes of Pokemon Go. The new Stranger Things game will have you “exploring the Upside Down in your own backyard” presumably after Minecraft: Earth becomes too tame.
Netflix just bought the rights to two of the best movies from Cannes 2019.
Atlantics, from director Mati Diop, premiered at the Cannes Film Festival where it won the Grand Prix& I Lost My Body (J’ai perdu mon corps), meanwhile, is an animated feature that also premiered at the show.
Netflix will release three mini-Black Mirror episodes on its Latin America YouTube channel.
The three Little Black Mirror episodes will feature several YouTube stars from Latin America, according to Variety. The episodes will be released on May 26th, June 2nd, and June 6th on the channel.
Outrageous What/If is the new cheese that pleases on Netflix.
If you like soapy noir thrillers, What/If may be an enjoyable, low-stakes binge for you. It goes through the motions, with moody lighting and secrets and twists aplenty. It feels low-budget even though it doesn’t always look it (though it certainly does look it from time to time, too) in that B-movie way many people dig.
In 2018 the C.S. Lewis estate came to a multi-year agreement with Netflix for both films and television Narnia series.
Now, we have a cast reunion. Coincidence?
The CW is ending its Netflix deal, but that doesn’t mean Riverdale is disappearing.
Still, many beloved CW series will remain on Netflix, according to the company. Netflix will continue to receive new seasons of shows that are already on the streaming service, like Riverdale, Flash, and Dynasty. Additionally, any CW shows that premiered through this most recent 2018 / 2019 season will remain on Netflix throughout their lifetime, meaning nothing is going to leave the service either.