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10 ‘House of Cards’ Facts to Whip Your Netflix Vote

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 29, 2015 @ 10:24 AM
Netflix's House of Cards seems tailor-made for the intricacy of American politics, but did you know the series originated in the U.K., or as a book before that? Or that much of the series subs in Baltimore, Maryland for Washington D.C.? Mind the train tracks for our 17th episode of ‘You Think You Know TV?,’ which claws up the political food chain for Netflix's House of Cards!

‘Bloodline’ Season 2 Will Return Ben Mendelsohn as a Regular, Despite … Uh ...

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 28, 2015 @ 7:51 PM
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Among Netflix’s original fare, it’d be hard to argue that Bloodline proved a breakout hit with either critics or viewers, though the streaming site isn’t generally one to let things go (cough, Marco Polo). Most curious of all however, after Bloodline’s Season 2 renewal, Ben Mendelsohn is confirmed to return as a series regular, despite … well …

Rumor Buster: No, ‘Daredevil’ Season 2 Is Not Teasing a Gladiator Appearance

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 28, 2015 @ 3:05 PM
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Daredevil Season 2 production in NYC naturally has fans in a tizzy, while recent and upcoming announcements eagerly tease the 2016 future of Marvel’s first Defender. One recent suggestion making the rounds however, must be stopped. No, Daredevil is not teasing that Melvin Potter will go full “Gladiator” in Season 2, even though he certainly still could. Confused? Let us explain.

Netflix’s Bill Cosby Standup Special Not ‘Appropriate’ for Release, Says Boss

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 28, 2015 @ 1:21 PM
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Prior to the many pieces, victims and testimony cementing Bill Cosby’s status as a reviled public figure, the comedian had almost reached the cusp of a comeback, planning a new NBC series and a Netflix standup special. Netflix was quick to shelve plans to release the special once Cosby’s deeds became a national focus, and now the streaming service doesn’t ever believe it “appropriate” to air.

‘Arrested Development’ Season 5 Deals ‘Plugging Along,’ Says Netflix

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 28, 2015 @ 11:37 AM
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The other day saw Arrested Development producer Brian Grazer insisting once again that Season 5 had begun ramping up Netflix production, but the streaming service brass have a slightly different message. Arrested Development Season 5 remains in the cards, though extensive deal-making may hold up the Bluths for the time being.

‘BoJack Horseman’ Renewed for Season 3 as Netflix Sets Aziz Ansari Premiere

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 28, 2015 @ 11:07 AM
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The madness of TCA’s ongoing press tour has begun, and with Netflix first out of the gate, it’s only fitting that horse be their main event. Not only has BoJack Horseman officially (and deservedly) been renewed for Season 3, so too do we know the title and premiere of Aziz Ansari’s new show, and the rescued fourth season of Longmire.

Marvel’s ‘Jessica Jones’ Confirms Late 2015 Netflix Premiere Date

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 28, 2015 @ 10:51 AM
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Development on the second season of Marvel’s Netflix Daredevil has somewhat overshadowed Jessica Jones in recent months, but with the latter still angling for a 2015 release, Netflix has finally stepped up to confirm our second Defender. In lieu of an official date, Jessica Jones has been confirmed for a fourth-quarter 2015 premiere .

New Netflix Instant Releases: August 2015

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by Britt Hayes July 27, 2015 @ 5:32 PM
Summit Entertainment
August is approaching, and a new month means new additions to Netflix Instant. If you’d prefer to stay in and beat the heat, there are plenty of new streaming options hitting the service, including the new Netflix Original series Narco, as well as new films and a handful of beloved TV series. Read on for our guide to what’s hitting Netflix Instant this August.

Netflix ‘Wet Hot American Summer’ Tackles the Mystery of Paul Rudd’s Refusal to Age

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 27, 2015 @ 1:56 PM
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Half the gag of Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer revival lies in actors having (visibly) aged an additional 14 years since the 2001 cult classic, despite playing the same characters on their First Day of Camp. Now, a new featurette for Netflix revival sees the cast reflecting on the decade-plus gap, including that mystery which eludes us all: Why doesn’t Paul Rudd age?