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Netflix original ‘Narcos’ will return for second season

Netflix original ‘Narcos’ will return for second season

Netflix will be bringing its popular original series ‘Narcos’ back for a second season, the company has announced. The video service will make Narcos season 2 available on September 2 of this year, kickstarting what seems poised to be another Netflix original hit. The premiere announcement comes just a few days before the company's launch of Orange is the New Black season 4 (it arrives this upcoming Friday).

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Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things’ original mystery series arrives July 15

Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things’ original mystery series arrives July 15

A Netflix original series called Stranger Things will be launching next month, and ahead of that season 1 premiere is an official trailer. In it we see a show that appears to set in 1980s America (or Canada, maybe), with a seemingly ordinary family being the focus. The family’s son is out late riding his bike one night when he ventures into the woods and sees….something. We don't get to see what that something is, but Netflix does give a long look at the resulting fallout.

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Netflix is making its first India-based original series

Netflix is making its first India-based original series

Netflix has announced plans to create an original series based on Indian author Vikram Chandra’s “Sacred Games” novel. The show will be shot in India, and will be made in partnership with Indian production house Phantom Films. Netflix describes the show as being a “Hindi-English series,” and as with the company's other original productions, the show will be available to all Netflix subscribers across the globe.

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NFC rings won’t let you cheat on shows without your partner

NFC rings won’t let you cheat on shows without your partner

In the past, commitment meant that you fell in love with someone, exchanged rings and vows, and lived happily ever after. These days, people apparently can't even commit to watching a TV show together without one party cheating on the other. Sure, it seems harmless. You'll just jump ahead and watch the next couple episodes of House of Cards, even though you promised never to do that. It's okay though, you can just act surprised when you re-watch it with them. Well, one company wants to prevent this from happening, by once again using rings as a means of commitment.

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You can now stream the Bob Ross ‘Beauty is Everywhere’ collection on Netflix

You can now stream the Bob Ross ‘Beauty is Everywhere’ collection on Netflix

Nostalgic for Bob Ross’s soothing painting videos? You can now stream the artist’s “Beauty is Everywhere” collection on Netflix. Ross, who passed away in 1995, hosted a show on PBS in the United States called “The Joy of Painting” from 1983 to 1994. Many have fond memories of watching the show, which received a renewed interest when Twitch streamed all 403 episodes of the show back to back last year.

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The Force Awakens isn’t coming to Netflix, despite Disney Deal

The Force Awakens isn’t coming to Netflix, despite Disney Deal

Yesterday we learned that starting in September, Netflix will become the exclusive streaming home to all things Disney, Marvel, and Lucasfilm. Being a huge Star Wars nerd, it’s easy to get hopeful about seeing The Force Awakens show up on my streaming provider of choice. However, that won’t be happening any time soon.

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Netflix is bringing back BoJack Horseman on July 22

Netflix is bringing back BoJack Horseman on July 22

Netflix has a cartoon hit on its hands, and it goes by the name BoJack Horseman. The original series will be returning for a third season on July 22, the company has announced, marking yet another installment in the increasingly great show’s streaming life. The third season will follow BoJack as he 'tackles life's big questions," says Netflix, but that's all we know at this point.

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Netflix will be the only home of Disney, Marvel, Lucasfilm, and Pixar movies soon

Netflix will be the only home of Disney, Marvel, Lucasfilm, and Pixar movies soon

Netflix recently announced the upcoming shows and movies we can expect to see on the service soon, and casually amongst it all, almost as if were a minor note, was a simple statement: ”From September onwards, Netflix will become the exclusive US pay TV home of the latest films from Disney, Marvel, Lucasfilm and Pixar.” And just like that, Netflix has become the most important streaming service for many.

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Netflix launches Fast, a simple online speed test

Netflix launches Fast, a simple online speed test

When I want to check on my internet speed at home, or anywhere else, I typically go to SpeedTest.net. The site has been around for years, and has never failed to give me the data that I’m looking for. However, the site can be a bit overwhelming for some people. And that’s why Netflix has decided to launch their own speed testing site, simply called Fast.

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Here’s why 45,000 people just signed an open letter to Netflix

Here’s why 45,000 people just signed an open letter to Netflix

At the beginning of this year Netflix made a huge announcement. For the first time, they were going to stop turning a blind eye to customers who VPNs to access content outside of their geographical location. Over the last few months they've made good on that promise, and they've managed to upset at least 45,000 users.

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Netflix Voltron official trailer introduces its motley crew

Netflix Voltron official trailer introduces its motley crew

Ever since Michael Bay came out with his first re-interpretation of Transformers, we have looked at each and every remake with both anticipation and dread. Eschewing the trend to go live action and 3D, Netflix and Dreamworks have thankfully stuck with the animated roots of Voltron, Defender of the Universe. Or rather, Legendary Defender as it is now titled. The latest teaser to drop from Netflix finally gives some screen time to the five young lads that will be piloting the overgrown metallic cats.

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Netflix may ruin studio by refusing to adjust contract dates

Netflix may ruin studio by refusing to adjust contract dates

Netflix is on the receiving end of some incredulous stares and disappointed head-shaking, according to a new report. The company is planning to stream a pair of films from producer Relativity Media LLC before they arrive in theaters, and it may be able to do so because of the current contract in place. The studio, it turns out, ran into some pretty big financial troubles and is banking on movies “Masterminds” and “The Disappointments Room” pulling it out of the frying pan. While making some big financial adjustments, the company had to delay the theatrical release of both movies, and the expectation was that Netflix would agree to adjust its streaming dates for after the theatrical releases. Netflix, though, says it is going to proceed with the original dates against the studio’s wishes.

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