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Arrested Development season 5 Netflix talks confirmed

Arrested Development season 5 Netflix talks confirmed

Netflix is in talks to bring Arrested Development back for a fifth season, it's been confirmed, despite mixed reviews for season four when it debuted on the on-demand streaming provider back in May. "We are in conversations with [Netflix] to do another" Brian Grazer, CEO of production company Imagine Entertainment responsible for the show, told Bloomberg, describing Netflix as "interested in doing that."

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Netflix gains exclusive web streaming with New Girl

Netflix gains exclusive web streaming with New Girl

It would appear that the burgeoning comedy series New Girl will become Netflix next exclusive online series - and not just because Zooey Deschanel thinks it's cute to watch television on a notebook. This deal appears to be kicking the show out from Hulu where it's called home since birth - now you'll be watching the full series on the big red network instead.

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Netflix and Amazon ink DreamWorks and Disney content deals

Netflix and Amazon ink DreamWorks and Disney content deals

Netflix and Amazon's LOVEFiLM are each getting a burst of new content, its been announced, with DreamWorks and Disney each promising fresh on-demand titles for the cord-cutting favorites. On Netflix, a new deal with DreamWorks will see more than 300 hours of new programming based on existing and upcoming franchises such as Turbo added, while LOVEFiLM will get a mixture of new and classic titles like Dumbo, Ratatouille, and Bedknobs and Broomsticks.

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Netflix user profiles to tame multi-user recommendations this summer

Netflix user profiles to tame multi-user recommendations this summer

Netflix finally intends to add multiple user accounts to a single subscription, ending the days of your kids' favorite shows skewing your action movie recommendations. The system is expected to launch sometime this summer, Netflix VP of Product Innovation Todd Yellin told Yahoo News, and will split users off into different profiles so as to keep their recommendations more accurate.

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Amazon snatches Viacom on-demand deal leaving Netflix facing parent ire

Amazon snatches Viacom on-demand deal leaving Netflix facing parent ire

Amazon has sealed a deal with Viacom, bringing a clutch of new shows - including Dora the Explorer and Go, Diego, Go! - to Prime Instant Video, and potentially dropping Netflix in even hotter water with angry parents. The deal, which will see Amazon add Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., MTC, and Comedy Central shows to its on-demand catalog, follows the expiration of Netflix's licensing agreement with Viacom last month, which prompted outcry from some subscribers after the shows their children watched regularly suddenly disappeared from the listings.

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