The third and final season of “Jessica Jones” has finally received a confirmed release date from Netflix. The streaming platform announced that the series will be coming back on Friday, June 14, globally.
After a long hiatus, the prison drama series and one of Netflix’s first original shows, “Orange is the New Black,” is finally dropping season 7 on the streaming platform.
It may seem like all is well with Chloe (played by Lauren German) and Lucifer (played by Tom Ellis when “Lucifer” season 4 returns on Netflix. As it turns out, however, Chloe may be plotting to send Lucifer back to hell, where he should have been all along.
Netflix has announced the upcoming release of a new series starring Renee Zellweger. “What/If,” created by Mike Kelly (“Revenge”), is scheduled to launch on the streaming platform on May 24, 2019, with 10 episodes.
#SantaClaritaDiet may not return for a season 4. Actor #TimothyOlyphant expressed his concerns that the show he stars with #DrewBarrymore might not get a renewal on #Netflix.
#StarTrek actor #JohnChu snagged the lead role in the live-action series adaptation of #CowboyBebop. The show is about a band of bounty hunters, each with a questionable past, who try to rid the world of criminals if the price is right.
Netflix has finally confirmed the renewal of #TheUmbrellaAcademy for a second season a month after it debuted on the streaming platform
Lucifer season 4 almost didn’t happen since FOX canceled the show in 2018. A campaign to #SaveLucifer hit the internet after the sad news and Netflix stepped a few weeks later to give the series a new home.
YouTube Premium has commissioned a dark comedy co-produced by George Clooney and Kirsten Dunst, who will also star in the series, according to a source familiar with the deal.
The star of Netflix’s “13 Reasons Why” isn’t going to be part of season 3. But it’s still unclear if the streaming platform will renew the show, given the controversies around it.