Whenever The Defenders premieres, almost two years will have passed since Marvel and Netflix first introduced us to Jessica Jones. We’ve known for some time that Krysten Ritter’s hard-edged P.I. won’t formally return in her own series until 2018, but reports suggest Season 2 production is finally gearing up in New York.
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Marvel’s Netflix Iron Fist has only been available to stream for two weeks. Two weeks! That’s a steep dropoff in conversation, and certainly not what you want from the final lead-in to The Defenders. Nevertheless, whether you loved Iron Fist or hated it, data shows that Danny Rand gave Marvel one of Netflix’s most-watched premieres this year.
April Fools’ falls on a Saturday this year, which means companies in on the gag are trotting out their pranks a bit early. And speaking of “trotting,” why not enjoy BoJack Horseman himself, Will Arnett, as he provides running commentary on a copy room for Netflix’s new hit show, Netflix Live?
Netflix’s Lost in Space reboot has seemed a bit … well, lost in 2017, but our first major update of the new year has arrived. Smash and Homeland alum Raza Jaffrey will recur as a character not noted from the original series, potentially hinting at the revived series’ plot.
Netflix hopes you made room after a first taste of the Santa Clarita Diet, because you’ll be doing it all over again next year. The Drew Barrymore-Timothy Olyphant zombie comedy will be back for Season 2, as revealed in a new announcement teaser.
The Netflix comedy machine keeps cranking out the major names. Just weeks after Dave Chappelle debuted two new streaming specials, Louis C.K. is already gearing up for his own with a Louie-esque first trailer for the April premiere.
Marvel’s Iron Fist may have receded from the spotlight, but the final Defender series may never escape the controversial casting around it. Even star Jessica Henwick was uncertain of climbing aboard after Finn Jones joined the series, claiming “it...
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt may be debuting Season 3 later in the year than we’re used to, but the wait appears to be well worth it. Not only do we have our first photos, but also word on new and returning guests, from Laura Dern to Jon Hamm and yes, Robert Durst. Sort of.
Netflix Baz Luhrmann hip-hop drama The Get Down has often seen more problems than praise, making headlines for its unusual structure and expense, rather than content. The first season’s second half may get things back on track, though Luhrmann now reveals a shorter count than expected, and what may change in a second season.
Every month, as dozens of new titles are added to Netflix Instant’s vast streaming library (with even more possibilities for your endlessly indecisive scrolling), several movies and TV shows are taken away, spirited into the expiration ether. Now’s the time to stop procrastinating and do a little spring queue-cleaning by watching some of these titles before they disappear — possibly for good. Read on for a full list of what’s expiring from Netflix Instant in April.