Netflix has given a rare two-season order to the Tina Fey and Robert Carlock comedy Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, which was initially slated to debut midseason on NBC.
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Another fallen show has found new life on Netflix: Longmire, which was canceled by A&E in August after three seasons, will premiere 10 new episodes on Netflix in 2015 (in the U.S., Canada, Australia, and New Zealand only).
Per Netflix, season 4 will pick up moments after the season 3 finale ended, revealing the fate of Branch Connally (Bailey Chase) after a gun was fired—and following Walt Longmire (Robert Taylor) on his mission to kill his wife’s murderer. Katee Sackhoff and Lou Diamond Phillips also star. READ FULL STORY
Tuesday afternoon, Netflix announced that it will expand into Australia and New Zealand in March 2015.
Netflix is adding some royalty to its original programming lineup in 2016.
On Bloodline, Netflix’s new psychological thriller-meets-family drama from the team (Daniel Zelman, Glenn Kessler, and Todd A. Kessler—otherwise known as KZK) behind Damages, the Rayburn clan of the Florida Keys must confront old family issues when black-sheep brother Danny (Ben Mendelsohn) returns to town to face his siblings (Kyle Chandler, Norbert Leo Butz, and Linda Cardellini) and parents (Sam Shepard and Sissy Spacek).
Netflix is trying its hand at adapting Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events books into an original series, the streaming service announced today. READ FULL STORY
Whether you loved or hated it, Arrested Development‘s fourth season was a departure for the show, telling its story out of sequence as each episode focused on a single character’s perspective. Sometimes it worked (i.e., Maeby’s episode) and sometimes it didn’t (some of George Sr. or Lindsay’s episodes), but it appears fans will now have a chance to watch the show in a brand-new way.
In Gilmore Girls‘ first season finale, Lorelai explains to her boyfriend Max (Scott Cohen) what a proper proposal should look like: “There should be a thousand yellow daisies, and candles, and a horse, and I don’t know what the horse is doing there unless you’re riding it, which seems a little over-the-top…” Max takes Lorelai’s words to heart—leading to one of the show’s most romantic and visually arresting moments. Here’s how it came together. READ FULL STORY
Your streaming docket is about to get a bit more crowded. Powers is a new series from Sony Pictures Television—the studio that produced Breaking Bad—that will be entirely exclusive to Playstation owners.
Based on the long-running comics series of the same name by writer Brian Michael Bendis (who also scribes a number of Marvel books like Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man, All-New X-Men and Guardians of the Galaxy) and artist Mike Van Oeming (who’s currently wrapping up The Mice Templar), the series follows detectives Christian Walker and Deena Pilgrim, two cops on the Powers beat, investigating crimes involving superhumans.
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