Netflix has long since earned its reputation as the patron saint of canceled TV series, owing to its resurrections of both 'Arrested Development' and 'The Killing,' but the latest property pulled from the scrap heap is wet, hot, and altogether unexpected. Might Netflix look to reunite the A-list (and 40+) cast of cult classic 'Wet Hot American Summer' for a prequel TV series?
We've less than a month to go before 'Orange is the New Black' unlocks its second season on June 6, and Netflix is wasting no time getting the word out on the new episodes, and even preparing Piper for season 3. Check out the next round of mugshots with 8 brand-new posters for the series, as well as news of which characters will definitely stick around through season 3!
Netflix gave its breakout original drama 'Orange Is the New Black' a more focused approach to marketing last year in placing Piper (Taylor Schilling) at the forefront, but now that the ladies of Litchfield correctional are well-established in their own right for season 2, a new round of posters for the June 6 premiere has hit, giving each inmate their own individual due.
We weren't quite so devastated by 'Community''s recent cancellation as with others in passing, given that we'd expect a number of outlets to jump at the chance to help fulfill the "Six Seasons and a Movie" mantra, but it seems we can officially cross Netflix off the list. What's more, series creator, showrunner and savior Dan Harmon has opened up with a more public statement on the cancellation of the eternally bubbled comedy.
Given the strength of its initial 2013 launch trailer, we weren't altogether surprised to see Netflix renewing 'Orange Is the New Black' for a second season before the first was even made available to view. It comes as even less of a surprise that the streaming service officially picked up 'Orange Is the New Black' season 3 for 2015, though their announcement method might have a few scratching their heads.
Perhaps not as flashy as its Netflix counterparts like 'Orange is the New Black' or 'House of Cards,' Ricky Gervais' quiet dramedy 'Derek' earned a considerable amount of praise in its inaugural season, at least enough to merit a second season this May. Now, the first trailer for 'Derek' season 2 has hit, showcasing more than a few changes in store for the simple nursing home worker.
We've heard precious little since Marvel's announcement of an epic Netflix 'Defenders' package to begin with 'Daredevil' in 2015, along with the decision that all five series would shoot in New York, but with casting in limbo, at least some news have emerged. What does Marvel honcho Joe Quesada have to say of the "street-level noir" approach to the series and possible inter-connectivity to the films?
If you're looking for a way to spend some time indoors now that the summer heat has arrived, look no further. Netflix is adding a wealth of new titles to their streaming service this May -- from old classics to new favorites, we've got you covered. Read on for our guide to the best new Netflix Instant releases coming in May 2014.
We nearly forgot Netflix rescued 'The Killing' from its second cancellation in as many seasons and set a six-episode farewell to debut exclusively on the streaming service, but at long last Holder and Linden (and the rain) returned. Check out the first teaser trailer for 'The Killing''s fourth and final season, along with the announcement of its August premiere!
Last week saw the Litchfield ladies of 'Orange Is the New Black' returning to the fold with our first official season 2 trailer, but if you thought you'd have to wait until the June 6 premiere for another taste, think again. Find out what became of Piper after the first season finale in a new scene from 'Orange Is the New Black' season 2!