Take a break from your 'House of Cards' season 2 binge-fest for some seriously good news: 'Orange Is the New Black' season 2 has its own official premiere date! Piper, Red, Taystee, Crazy Eyes, Nikki, and yes, even Alex will officially hit Netflix for their season 2 premiere this coming June. Ready for a first look and a brand new trailer teaser?
What should I watch tonight? It's the question that plagues many Netflix users as they scroll through the many titles in the company's massive streaming catalog. It's a question that too often goes unanswered, leaving users to give up and possibly even cancel their Netflix account. That's not something Netflix wants to happen, so to help fix it, they're building an artificial brain powered by "deep learning," a type of artificial intelligence designed to "solve particularly hard problems." Like, uh, what should I watch tonight?
We've been excitedly devouring every scrap of news to come out of the forthcoming 'Star Wars' animated series, 'Star Wars Rebels,' but what of all the unreleased material from 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars'? Fans of the now-defunct series are in for some good news, as the "Lost Missions" will hit Netflix in their entirety in March, along with the complete series collection and director's cuts of seasons 1-5!
We're just days away from Netflix's 'House of Cards' season 2 premiere, but given the "all at once" model, the debut of 13 new episodes will have to last us until 2015, season 3 renewal or no. To that end, check out three more trailers for the coming return of Netflix's Kevin Spacey-Robin Wright political thriller, each more tantalizing than the last!
Netflix breakout original drama 'House of Cards' broke more than a few hearts when news of its second season likely closing out the series broke, though thankfully the streaming service dug its claws into Frank Underwood just a little longer. Just before the season 2 premiere, Netflix has confirmed that Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright will return for 'House of Cards' season 3!
'Orange Is the New Black' star Laura Prepon became the subject of a good deal of speculation around the second season of Netflix's breakout drama with reports suggesting she would appear in four out of the upcoming 13 episodes. Now, as an announcement of season 2's premiere looms, series creator Jenji Kohan stepped up to clarify Prepon's season 2 involvement, which apparently is much more than initially thought.
Ah, February -- it's the month of love, right? And what's better for us to love than new movies and TV shows hitting Netflix Instant. So grab your remote (or mouse, or console controller of choice), sit back, relax, and don't worry about leaving the house when you've got a whole world of options at your fingertips. Read on for our guide to the best new releases hitting Netflix Instant in February 2014.
Valentine's Day celebrators have but a few weeks to get their act together, but who needs grand romantic gestures when we have the February 14 premiere of Netflix's 'House of Cards' season 2? The long wait for our beloved Kevin Spacey political thriller will soon be up, and we've got a brand-new gallery of photos from the season to celebrate. Let the butchery begin!
AMC's twice-canceled detective drama 'The Killing' gambled in its third season with the addition of award-winning character actor Peter Saarsgard, and now its fourth and final Netflix run has been given similar acclaim. Oscar nominee Joan Allen will join the Seattle murder-mystery series in its final six episodes, taking an important role in the military school setting Holder and Linden come to investigate.
Most of Netflix's original series have made a tremendous splash with critics and fans alike, from the soon-to-return 'House of Cards' to fan favorite 'Orange is the New Black,' but will that same sense of direction follow 'Marco Polo?' The streaming network has placed an official order for their next high-profile drama, dubbed "a kinetic tale of high politics, masterful manipulation and deadly warfare among clashing empires," and currently set for a late 2014 release.