Netflix's Eli Roth-produced original horror series 'Hemlock Grove' may not have debuted to the critical fanfare of its predecessor 'House of Cards,' and certainly not the anticipation of its successor 'Arrested Development' season 4, but the streaming service has officially decided to scare up a second season of the supernatural horror thriller for 2014.
With Netflix due to birth its much-heralded 'Arrested Development' reunion season this weekend, the streaming service's original series future seems brighter than ever. 'House of Cards' has already begun shooting a second season, and there's several new original offerings lined up in the coming months, but will Eli Roth's moderately-received 'Hemlock Grove' get a second season? Hear what Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos has to say about the prospect inside!
Netflix's new original series 'Hemlock Grove' is quickly becoming one of the spring's most buzzed about shows. With werewolves, a younger Skarsgard (Bill) and a supernatural murder mystery, the show has all the makings of a cult hit.
If you haven't checked out 'Hemlock Grove' yet, read on for the 10 most eyebrow-raising scenes that will prove why you should check out Eli Roth's spooky new series. Also, SPOILERS AHEAD. We get that some people are watching one episode at a time instead of binging the whole thing in a trance-like state.
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Netflix might have dipped a toe into mature original content with the Kevin Spacey political thriller 'House of Cards,' but they're all in for Eli Roth's forthcoming horror series 'Hemlock Grove.' Debuting all 13 episodes this Friday, April 19, on the streaming service, 'Hemlock Grove' has issued one last trailer for the series, sexier and more horror-filled than anything we've seen thus far. Be warned of NSFW content, and get a new look at 'Hemlock' Grove inside!
While much of the anticipation for Netflix's upcoming original content ends up dominated by the May 26 release of 'Arrested Development' season 4, acclaimed director Eli Roth's new series 'Hemlock Grove' will offer subscribers horror like they've never seen before, pushing the boundaries of even cable's most mature content. The new series premieres in its entirety on April 19, but how would you like an early look at the gruesome transformations and twisted story from Eli Roth himself?
We're still patiently awaiting an 'Arrested Development' season 4 trailer, but in the meantime Netflix has another original offering to binge-watch over the course of a solitary weekend. The pay-streaming service will next deliver genre director Eli Roth's first foray in TV 'Hemlock Grove,' debuting all at once on April 19. We've seen a few trailers and teasers thus far, but are you ready for the the most immersive and creepy look yet at 'Hemlock Grove?'
Netflix might not be too direct when it comes to releasing the viewing stats of its highest-profile original series to date 'House of Cards,' but all accounts have the endeavor as a rousing success. On April 19, the pay-streaming service will strike again with a very different entry into the original programming market, the Eli Roth-helmed 'Hemlock Grove,' but will it arrive to the same acclaim? Check out the latest creepy poster from the mysterious new series, and judge for yourself inside!
As Netflix moves more and more into the field of original programming, their slate of upcoming series begins to look better and better. Everyone awaits the upcoming revival of 'Arrested Development,' as well as Kevin Spacey political thriller 'House of Cards,' but today the pay-streaming service has unveiled the first trailer for its forthcoming Eli Roth-helmed horror-fest 'Hemlock Grove.' Fraught with the sexy supernatural, get your first look at the upcoming series inside!
While it's easy to lavish attention on Netflix for its upcoming 'Arrested Development' reunion season in the spring of 2013 (see? Look at us lavish!), the revitalized FOX series is far from Netflix's only original content. Along with established entry 'Lilyhammer,' next year will also see the release of both David Fincher/Kevin Spacey political drama 'House of Cards,' as well as Eli Roth's nightmarish 'Hemlock Grove.' We've got the first-look posters, and info on when you can watch every episode at once!