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Netflix (finally) details its Australian launch plans

Netflix (finally) details its Australian launch plans

Netflix revealed plans late last year to expand into the Australian market in March of this year, and that time is finally upon us: the service will be available to Australian users on March 24, exactly 3 weeks from now. Questions about what kind of content and specifics on pricing were left up in the air, however, and though the video streaming service still hasn't revealed what subscribers will be paying, there have been a couple announcements today fleshing out the other particulars.

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House of Cards Season 3 released on Netflix – for real this time

House of Cards Season 3 released on Netflix – for real this time

Today the 3rd season of House of Cards is out on Netflix - and we won't be liveblogging it because that'd be a complete waste of resources on our part. We'll spare you. This season of the presidential Netflix-only show was released a bit earlier - by a couple of weeks - and was quickly returned to the archive. This took place on the 11th of February, 2015, and here on the 27th of February we're back in action. All 13 episodes of action, all ready to roll right this minute.

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Netflix has another big content library reshuffle for next month

Netflix has another big content library reshuffle for next month

Astute Netflix users will have noted the big content changes that took place over the course of December -- the first of the month marked a lot of shows and movies disappearing and some new ones coming in to fill the void, followed by more additions over the course of the including (including another Original Series Marco Polo). It seems like that just happened, but the new year is moving quickly and another big content library reshuffle is just around the corner, set to kick off on March 1.

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Netflix announces new CGI Inspector Gadget and more kids programming

Netflix announces new CGI Inspector Gadget and more kids programming

Adult children of the 1980's rejoice. Inspector Gadget is back in March 2015! Netflix has announced their new children's programming lineup. It is adding five new shows including remakes and original content to their latest kids programming announcement. Gadget won't be back in is faded, flat color scheme as you remember him. This is a CGI Inspector Gadget series. Netflix is also creating a remake of the British spy cartoon Dangermouse. Also new to Netflix are the shows Bottersnikes and Gumbles, Super 4, and Some Assembly Required.

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Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday: Netflix release this year

Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday: Netflix release this year

Bowtie is the new black, according to Paul Reubens. A new feature film by the name of Pee-Wee's Big Holiday will be presented by Reubens and Paul Rust, and it'll be available "exclusively to the global membership of Netflix." "We didn’t hesitate for a moment," said Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos, "knowing that Pee-wee’s Big Holiday was such a passion project for Paul and Judd and we are delighted by the opportunity to introduce such a beloved character to a new generation."

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New House of Cards teaser leaves us hungry for more

New House of Cards teaser leaves us hungry for more

House of Cards is characteristic of change; most notably in how we watch television. The series gave way to binge watching, where all episodes were simply dumped online, ready for our streaming wants. Seasons one and two got Frank and Claire Underwood to the White House via various methods of chicanery, and has brought them to the brink. With season three teasers, we’ve already seen a strained relationship between the two, and the latest installment gives us a bit more insight to the growing divide in (fake) Washington D.C.

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House of Cards Season 3 out today, 16 days early [UPDATE: Pulled!]

House of Cards Season 3 out today, 16 days early [UPDATE: Pulled!]

The third season of House of Cards was supposed to be released to Netflix on the 27th of February. Today, House of Cards season 3 is out. That means you've got the opportunity to binge-watch the entire season very, very quickly before whoever's in charge finds out that this season has been released 16 days earlier than their press release says it will. It's time for you to go for it right now! Drop everything and run directly out the door - and make sure you don't tell anyone on your way!

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Netflix’s ‘Bloodline’ gets its first trailer

Netflix’s ‘Bloodline’ gets its first trailer

As we've previously mentioned, Netflix will be releasing another original series called 'Bloodline' on March 20, and ahead of that debut is the series' first trailer. Netflix released the trailer on its YouTube account on Monday, and during its two or so minutes, we're given a decent enough look at show, with the focus being mostly on the family and its drama. The trailer is wrapped up neatly with the series' hook: "We're not bad people, we just did a bad thing."

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Netflix is coming to Cuba

Netflix is coming to Cuba

Now that their country is dissolving years of sideways feelings with the United States, Cubans are poised to see a flood of new technology and media. There might be no better way to get caught up with movies and TV than on-demand programming, which is exactly how Netflix sees Cubans spending their evening. Starting today, Netflix is available in Cuba, but it won’t be the same Netflix you or I might see. In a statement, Netflix says what’s available in Cuba is ‘curated’.

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Netflix live-action Zelda show: “Game of Thrones” for kids

Netflix live-action Zelda show: “Game of Thrones” for kids

It's not like we've never seen Nintendo's Zelda produced as a TV show before - but here in 2015, the possibility that a live action Zelda show could be made has become very real. Word has it that Netflix is in the works to develop a live action Zelda series of webisodes - TV episodes without the pesky waiting a week between releases - all set to come to Netflix exclusively. Can you imagine such magic? Could the greatness of the 80's cartoon return full-powered?

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