Netflix has two new true crime shows premiering this spring and summer and we’ve got the details, plus a trailer. Also check out Toronto’s first True Crime Film Festival in June.
It seems like every day there is something new on Netflix. This trend shows no signs of stopping; Netflix has several promising looking TV series and original content being added throughout the next few months. And we’ve got trailers!
This week, we’ve got ‘True Detective’ updates, casting news that isn’t casting news, something brewing in the sewers, flesh-munching at Netflix, and more Stephen King.
Netflix’s ‘Lost in Space’ lands at Toronto’s Cinesphere on April 11. Find out how you can win passes to this one-of-a-kind screening.
There is perhaps no more relatable character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe than Jessica Jones. Expectations for the second season of Netflix’s series have been high. Thankfully, it does not disappoint.
Netflix’s Luke Cage was the biggest surprise of the Netflix Marvel Universe: a TV show that placed an African-American man front and center at a time when Black Lives Matter was being called a terrorist organization by white racists.
It’s been a few weeks since Netflix released the teaser trailer for their upcoming Lost in Space series, which premieres on April 13. Now the streaming service has unveiled a full trailer.
Check out our sneak peek trailer of the new Lost In Space series, coming to Netflix April 13th.
Are you counting down the days until Season 2 of Jessica Jones premieres on Netflix? If so, here’s another trailer from Netflix.
For many fans of the Marvel TV universe, Jessica Jones is the top contender for biggest badass. She’s sarcastic and surly and subverts all those “strong woman” clichés by being physically powerful but not necessarily wanting the mantle of “heroine,” not to mention superhero.
The first full-length trailer for Netflix’s Altered Carbon is here. The series, based on the cyberpunk novel from Richard K. Morgan, will be available on February 2.
‘Bright,’ the first big budget, straight-to-Netflix movie starring Will Smith is not as bad as you have been led to believe.