Peter Davidson is joining numerous other comedians with his own Netflix special. Davidson, who’s known for his role as a cast member on Saturday Night Live, will now have his own special called “Pete Davidson: Alive From New York.”
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Welcome to a preview of what’s coming up over the next 7 days on Netflix US. Below, we’ll be recapping the most comprehensive list of what’s currently scheduled for release on Netflix between February 17th and February 23rd, 2020.
A fairly quiet week this week in terms of new releases on Netflix. The only returning Netflix original that I recognize is The Chef Show, which stars Jon Favreau as he cooks food with famous chefs and actors alike. There are more than enough cooking shows on Netflix, but Favreau is a great host, making this one of the best.
Love is Blind is currently airing on Netflix as a dating competition with a difference. In the new show, singles are invited to date without ever seeing their love interests until the moment they decide to propose.
“I Am A Killer” follows the stories of convicted inmates who are currently serving their sentences on death row.
The early ’80s were an era in which two things flourished: crushing hardcore and insane cartoons designed to sell toys. Both were inspired by the Regan-faced ultra-capitalism at the time, though the former sought to tear it down while the latter embraced it wholeheartedly in an avalanche of snap-on plastic accessories. Now, the two have merged together in a somewhat unlikely way: it appears that Henry Rollins, former frontman of seminal hardcore act Black Flag and punk’s all-around patron saint, has signed on to voice the character Tri-Klops in Netflix’s upcoming reboot of the cartoon He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe.
He-Man fans everywhere, strap yourselves in – the stars voicing Netflix’s reboot have been revealed and it’s a seriously A-list bunch.
While US audiences might be losing some interest in Netflix's hit fantasy series, "The Witcher," it's still the biggest show worldwide.