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Netflix is killing Reality TV

Netflix is killing Reality TV

Reality TV shows and "unscripted" shows are on their way out, so says the chief content officer at Netflix. Speaking at an investor conference this past week, Netflix' chief content officer Ted Sarandos suggested that "the kind of disposable nature of reality, basically doesn't have much of a long shelf life. It hasn't been a great category for us." As the reality television show dies, so re-rises the scripted show and Netflix Originals series like The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and House of Cards.

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Netflix is (possibly) expanding into China

Netflix is (possibly) expanding into China

Netflix has been slowly expanding to different countries, and it looks like China might be the next on its list. The streaming service launched in France last year, and finally arrived in Australia and New Zealand earlier this year (among other places). According to executives at Chinese companies, Netflix is now in talks about bringing its service to China, where some of its shows (House of Cards, for example) already have a fan base. The biggest problem, however, is that content restrictions could get in the way.

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Netflix releases trailer for new mystery drama Between

Netflix releases trailer for new mystery drama Between

While Netflix is scoring hit after hit for its streaming service, including House of Cards, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and Daredevil, the news about the company picking up more originals and exclusives doesn't seem to stop. Well, one of those original series is set to debut later this month, and Netflix has just released the first trailer. It's called Between, and the mystery drama tells the story of a plague that kills a large part of a small town's population.

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Netflix rumored to get Top Gear hosts for new show ‘House of Cars’

Netflix rumored to get Top Gear hosts for new show ‘House of Cars’

Top Gear fans have been miserable since the hugely popular BBC show was cancelled earlier this year. A dispute over food resulting in host Jeremy Clarkson punching one of the show's producers got him fired, while co-presenters James May and Richard Hammond left in solidarity, offering hope that the trio would be back in some form or another. BBC has had little more to say about the future of the Top Gear franchise, but it seems Netflix may be first in line to offer the ex-hosts a new home.

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Black Mirror tipped as possible future Netflix exclusive

Black Mirror tipped as possible future Netflix exclusive

Back in December, Netflix added the series Black Mirror to its library, and though it has a relatively small number of episodes, it did find (even more) success at its streaming home. Now sources have cropped up stating that Netflix is seeking to have the show become the latest in a long line of “Netflix Originals” programming. Previously it had been reported that the show's producers were looking at creating an American version of the series for its US audience.

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X-Files 2016 return premieres on January 24th on Fox

X-Files 2016 return premieres on January 24th on Fox

This morning Fox announced that the X-Files would be premiering on the 24th of January, 2016. But wait a second, you might be saying - didn't I hear that the X-Files would be coming to Netflix or something? Didn't they say it'd be coming to the internet in the year 2015? Not so fast there Rumors McGee, that's not exactly what was ever officially stated. Here we're running down the details of when and where you're going to be able to see the real X-Files next (and probably last) season. It's going to be on Cable Television, first and foremost.

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Netflix originals Sense8 trailer: return to a Matrix-like reality

Netflix originals Sense8 trailer: return to a Matrix-like reality

Netflix is about to launch another original series, this one called Sense8. This feature will include 12 episodes, the whole collection created by The Matrix trilogy creators Andy and Lana Wachowski and Babylon 5 creator J. Michael Straczynski. This series was written and created by the Watchowskis and Straczynski and directing will be done by a variety of excellent creatives. This series will be released all at once on June 5th, 2015, and it was filmed in 4K UHD. And it'll be released and available for streaming in 4K UHD as well.

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Netflix reveals upcoming TV series based on Dr. Seuss classic

Netflix reveals upcoming TV series based on Dr. Seuss classic

The Dr. Seuss classic Green Eggs and Ham is about to become a Netflix Original television series, it has been revealed. The series will be the streaming service’s first original programming with Warner Bros., if you don’t count the fourth season of Longmire via Warner Horizon. This new element of the two companies’ relationship will (hopefully) prove well for subscribers, but is said to have been a hassle for those behind closed doors, with the deal between Netflix and Warner Bros. reportedly taking more than a year to finalize.

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Go ahead and stream ‘The X-Files’ in HD on Netflix

Go ahead and stream ‘The X-Files’ in HD on Netflix

Netflix is updating everyone's favorite 90's sci-fi drama, The X-Files, by streaming it in HD as of today. Now, you can see Scully and Mulder in remastered footage that adds more color and details to every scene. The original airings look downright blurry compared to what goes on the air today. Perhaps, Netflix is realizing that there is a renewed interest in the 90's paranormal drama. The streaming company wouldn't be the first to catch on, considering that FOX is giving the people what they want by bringing back Scully and Mulder for a six-episode renewal.

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Netflix’s library to get shakeup on May 1

Netflix’s library to get shakeup on May 1

Netflix regularly purges content from its library and replaces it with new content -- this is generally a bittersweet moment, in that there's a good chance something you enjoyed will disappear, but that something you'd like to watch will be incoming. It is that time again, with May 1 marking the start of more content being added, as well as the start of a bunch of content being removed. Amongst those that are outbound is Skyfall and RoboCop, and inbound are a load of new things including Zombeavers.

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Marvel’s Daredevil renewed for second season on Netflix

Marvel’s Daredevil renewed for second season on Netflix

Marvel’s Daredevil series recently launched on Netflix after a long while spent waiting, and despite a bit of a hiccup for some viewers, it has managed to find favor with the streaming service’s subscribers. That success has spurred Netflix into ordering a second season, it has been announced, which will be released sometime in 2016 (early in the year, likely). There’s a slight switch up with the producers that’ll be taking place, but otherwise it will continue on with this season’s cast.

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Netflix confirmed in order for ‘Full House’ spinoff

Netflix confirmed in order for ‘Full House’ spinoff

Earlier this month, an anonymous source surfaced saying Netflix was toying with a spinoff of the 90s sitcom Full House, and that if the rumored series came to fruition it would be called Fuller House. The sources had made it sound like the reboot was a near-deal, and now a few weeks later it has all been proven true with an official announcement: Netflix is bringing back Full House in 2016, and some of the original cast members will be coming with it.

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