The Netflix Making a Murderer train hasn’t slowed down one bit, each day bringing new updates and developments on the Steven Avery case from all sides, and Netflix may finally take heed. The streaming giant is considering their options for a second season, noting that “the story is still unfolding.”
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Just yesterday, word broke that Netflix and Marvel might spinoff Jon Bernthal’s Punisher from Daredevil Season 2 for his own series, though the company kept surprisingly mum in its official TCA presentation. Still, Netflix claims the potential for any of their Marvel characters to garner a spinoff, also clarifying a bit of their timetable.
Netflix and Aziz Ansari’s Master of None more than lived up to expectations, providing one of 2015's most beloved comedies, leaving many to question the lack of an official second season. Ansari himself reveals that they’d love to do more, but may need time to fill up the well creatively.
There was never any doubt Ellie Kemper and Tina Fey’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt would return for Season 2, but the wait feel suspiciously like being kept in an underground bunker. Thankfully, Netflix is alive, dammit, enough to give us the miracle of a Season 2 premiere date this coming April.
We’re still short an actual trailer for House of Cards Season 4, whose premiere will shove us all to the tracks by March, but in the meantime, remember that President Frank Underwood is one stone-cold killer. Revisit his most shocking act with a new look at House of Cards Season 4!
Now that Marvel's Netflix Jessica Jones has thoroughly kicked all our asses up and down Hell's Kitchen, we had to wonder when the second Defender might earn her Season 2 renewal. Scheduling questions gave at least some pause before, but Marvel confirms Jessica Jones will indeed return for Season 2.
Even after Marvel set fandom ablaze with news that Jon Bernthal's Punisher would join Daredevil Season 2, rumors have flown of granting the character his own spinoff, perhaps even taking over as one of the Defenders. Now, the former appears to be true, as Marvel was impressed enough with Bernthal's Frank Castle to consider a spinoff.
Whether or not the 2004 film of Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events succeeded in adapting the books, few would argue that Jim Carrey’s take on the devious Count Olaf at least made an impression. Now, the Netflix series of the same name has an incredible get, tapping Neil Patrick Harris for the elaborate role, though perhaps at the cost of its showrunner.
Despite failing to outlive its progenitor, Futurama joined the ranks of Matt Groening’s iconic animated works to follow The Simpsons, and Netflix may have given both another sibling. Reports confirm Groening is readying a new animated series for Netflix, though the concept remains under lock and key.
The first teaser for Judd Apatow and Community ex Gillian Jacobs’ new Netflix series Love didn’t exactly give us a sense of the series, nor did its photos, so do two first trailers fare any better? Almost certainly, as the two-season anti-romantic comedy proves just as vulgar and funny as we’d hoped.