Netflix scheduling and secrecy the way they are, we haven’t heard very much from Orange is the New Black Season 4, but pour some scotch: lockdown may be over. Season 4 of Netflix’s prison dramedy (depending which award you want) has hired Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner to direct an upcoming episode.
In addition to all the great new releases heading to Netflix next month, several titles will be expiring from the service. Now is the time to stop procrastinating and start watching before these movies disappear (maybe for good). Read on for our guide to what’s expiring on Netflix Instant in December.
With the holiday season upon us, chances are you're going to have some free time on your hands, and lucky for you, Netflix is here to help you kill that time. From seasonal offerings like Bill Murray's Christmas special to new binge-watching addictions and a few good films, there's plenty of stuff to add to your queue in our guide to December's new Netflix Instant releases.
The release of Marvel’s Jessica Jones this weekend put us one notch closer to the massive Defenders teamup, with Luke Cage due to arrive next year, and Iron Fist sometime after that. The lack of Iron Fist news has bred many a rumor of Marvel’s uncertainty over the series, though its TV head claims that announcements deliberately waited until after Jessica Jones had premiered.
We’re still basking in the glow of Marvel’s Jessica Jones this weekend, wondering if Netflix’s super-heroine will follow Daredevil‘s lead with a Season 2 renewal, but there may be a complication. According to showrunner Melissa Rosenberg, Netflix’s big Defenders teamup might take precedence over a second run on Jessica Jones.
Netflix and danger, Will Robinson! It's been some time since we've heard from the proposed Lost in Space TV reboot, but with Netflix having missed its chance for a new Star Trek, the family Robinson will have to do. The streaming site has apparently won rights to the iconic franchise reboot, as written by the Dracula Untold team.
As Marvel fans the world over take in Netflix’s Jessica Jones this weekend, newfound fans of Jessica’s best friend Patsy “Trish” Walker (Rachael Taylor) may be surprised to learn that the series almost featured Carol Danvers instead, better known as our future Captain Marvel.
We could talk your ear off all day on the differences between Marvel’s Jessica Jones and Daredevil, right up until tomorrow’s Netflix premiere, but how about a visual demonstration. Gone are the blood red drippings of Matt Murdock’s Hell’s Kitchen, as the full Jessica Jones opening credits paint a much more colorful, jazzy noir take on the town.
Anticipation for Marvel’s Netflix Jessica Jones will reach a fever pitch in the next few days, but once upon a time, showrunner Melissa Rosenberg nearly got the series off-ground at ABC, before Marvel ever started planning Netflix Defenders. So, what might have been different, and where might the Netflix Jessica Jones go in Season 2?
We’ve already taken shots in ‘Jessica Jones’ honor, as one of Marvel’s greatest, darkest achievements, but before your own binge, get answers to some of Jessica Jones‘ most burning questions with our spoilery FAQ review of the first seven episodes!