Michael C. Hall is back on television. After starring for eight seasons on the Showtime crime drama “Dexter,” the actor will debut his new series on Netflix called “Safe” on Thursday, May 10.
Comcast and Netflix today announced an expansion of their partnership that will provide Comcast the ability to include a Netflix subscription in new and existing Xfinity packages.
Netflix’s zombie horror comedy series “Santa Clarita Diet” has finally nabbed a return date for season 2. The show, which stars Drew Barrymore (Shiela) and Timothy Olyphant (Joel), will launch on the platform on March 23, and there will be new faces joining the couple.
“Grace and Frankie” will return for season 5. Netflix confirmed the show’s renewal and also announced that RuPaul will join Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin in the new season.
TCL Multimedia, the world’s third largest TV manufacturer and leading QLED TV innovator, conducted an exciting virtual racing competition, in partnership with Gameloft, makers of Asphalt Nitro, for mallgoers of the SM Mall of Asia Cyberzone Area in Pasay City.
The first movie that Jodie Foster ever directed was about a single mom raising a son. Her latest project behind the camera is also about a single mom — but this time one who is raising a daughter.
So goes Will Smith’s tongue-in-cheek summation of why he took on what has turned into one of the worst reviewed films of the season, the big-budget Netflix release “Bright.”
Netflix said Tuesday that it has written actor Danny Masterson out of the comedy “The Ranch” with Los Angeles police investigating sexual assault claims against him that date back to the 2000s.
On Monday, Netflix said it would end “House of Cards” after its upcoming sixth and final season, although the streaming network said the decision was made before the BuzzFeed News report on Spacey last weekend.
Let the countdown begin! Netflix kicks off #Defend week with a behind-the-scenes featurette of our favorite street level heroes!