Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver star in Netflix's "Marriage Story."
Imagine binge-watching Netflix as your job. Get paid to watch movies and TV shows? Yes, please. As former Netflix tagger Rafael Ceribelli knows, it's a great gig. But that's not to say it's easy or fun all the time.
There is sad news for all the Insatiable fans who were expecting a renewal of the show. Not only the possibility of renewal is lost, but Netflix made it clear for the fans that the show is canceled after airing the show for two seasons. The dark comedy was controversial even before its inception, and since then, one or the other conspiracy has always clouded the future of the show. The show was blamed for promoting body shaming.
It’s easy to see, from the opening minutes of the new four-part Netflix show The Pharmacist, why its directors took one meeting with Dan Schneider and decided to structure a true-crime series around him. Schneider is an affable eccentric in a button-down shirt, an avenger who likens himself to Clark Griswold. He’s the stuff documentary dreams are made of. (“Don’t be an actor; you’re a real guy,” an offscreen voice tells him in the first scene, breaking the fourth wall immediately to emphasize Schneider’s stranger-than-fiction credentials.) His story is framed as a classic David-versus-Goliath showdown between a humble Everydad and a giant pharmaceutical corporation trafficking pills and greed across his home state. The setup demands a victory, and The Pharmacist delivers: A drug dealer is arrested, a pill mill is shut down. But how much of a victory is it, really?
Aaron Paul reprises his role as Jesse Pinkman in the upcoming movie – but will Bryan Cranston make an appearance?
With the controversial previous season of Game of Thrones now a distant memory, there has been a big gap in the calendar when it comes to big-budget fantasy television. Or at least, until Netflix brought us The Witcher.
In 2015, the Narcos franchise began three seasons in Colombia on the rise and fall of Pablo Escobar. It was followed two seasons by Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo on the formation of the Guadalajal Circle in Mexico. Narcos: Mexico Season 2 premiered in February 2020.
Using Archie Comics and Archie CCO Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa’s televised series Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Kiernan Shipka, the leading young witch torn between his magical heritage and her love of mortal friends, is the star of Chilling Adventures.