NETFLIX has been ridiculed after a glitch appeared to show an AK47-wielding gunman being used to promote ‘Tidying Up with Marie Kondo’.
Everything you need to know about the new drama based on the hit true crime podcast, starring Eric Bana as 'Dirty' John Meehan
Throughout the fall, the producer Greg Berlanti was trying to save his cable drama “You.”
Netflix series After Life, written by and starring Golden Globe-winner Ricky Gervais, has been given a release date by the streaming giants after months of speculation. With an all-star cast starring alongside Gervais, Netflix subscribers are eager to know everything about After Life’s trailer and plot ahead of its release. Here are all the details on Gervais new comedy series – from when it’s released and who stars in it, to what happens and the trailer.
Now that Netflix is spending billions upon billions of dollars each year on original content, the streaming service has made a habit of releasing new original movies and television series each and every weekend. This past Friday saw quite a few titles released, including the mysterious IO, which got the attention of fans when it dropped a thrilling trailer featuring Margaret Qualley and Anthony Mackie.
The streaming giant’s annual revenue grew 35% to $16 billion in 2018 and nearly doubled its operating profits to $1.6 billion, while a record 8.8 million subscribers joined Netflix in the final three months of 2018.
Since embarking on its path to streaming dominance more than a decade ago, Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) has employed a number of strategies to continue its impressive growth. After experimenting with Lilyhammer in early 2012, the company launched its first original series -- House of Cards -- in February 2013. While many shows were branded as Netflix originals, other companies owned the content and remained in control of future licensing deals.
According to Netflix, more than 40 million have now seen You, which which originally aired on Lifetime.
Convicting A Murderer is already hitting headlines ahead of the Making A Murderer follow-up series’ release date. Similarly to Netflix Original series Making A Murderer, Convicting A Murderer follows the cases of Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey but from a “broader perspective”, according to film-maker Shawn Rech. No doubt Netflix subscribers and true crime genre fans would be keen to watch the new series on the streaming service, but will Convicting A Murderer be released on Netflix?