Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Tag: netflix

‘It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’ is leaving Netflix

Terrible news for all those It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia fans: The comedy will be leaving Netflix and is set to head to Hulu in...

This ‘Stranger Things’ kiss was unscripted, and people aren’t happy about it

Talk about stranger things. The actress who plays Max in Season 2 of Netflix's hit series Stranger Things has divulged some info about a...

Netflix will write out Kevin Spacey from final ‘House Of Cards’ season

After initially suspending production on Netflix original series House Of Cards following sexual assault allegations surrounding lead actor Kevin Spacey, the company has now announced that...

Kevin Spacey accused of sexual harassment by ‘House Of Cards’ crew members

Eight people who currently work on the House Of Cards set, or who have worked on it in the past, have told CNN that Kevin Spacey...

Netflix suspends production on final season of ‘House Of Cards’

Netflix has officially announced that it will be suspending production on the final season of House Of Cards as they “review the current situation...

‘House of Cards’ to reportedly end after Season 6, Netflix releases statement

Netflix has shared a statement regarding the future of House Of Cards after its sixth season. In their joint statement, Media Rights Capital and Netflix share...

Everything coming to and leaving Netflix in November

A new month means a new Netflix lineup, and it’s time to say goodbye to a few of our favorites (like How I Met...

Netflix has lots of original movies planned for 2018

As if we didn’t already have enough to watch on Netflix, the streaming service is set to release around 80 original films next year....

Netflix is raising its subscription prices

Netflix subscribers, be warned: The streaming subscription service is set to raise its prices in the U.S. starting in November, with a statement from...

30 horror movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu you need to watch...

With the rise of streaming services, afternoons spent browsing Blockbuster’s shelves for a great Saturday night horror flick have been replaced with incessant clicks...