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Netflix plans prank show with Stranger Things star Gaten Matarazzo

Netflix plans prank show with Stranger Things star Gaten Matarazzo

Netflix plans to offer a hidden camera prank show called Prank Encounters, the company has announced. The show has reportedly been in the pipeline for months with plans to debut on the streaming service some time later in 2019. The company has tapped Stranger Things star Gaten Matarazzo to host the show and serve as an executive producer alongside Howard Owens' Propagate and Ben Silverman.

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2020 Stranger Things location-based RPG will look like an ’80s cartoon

2020 Stranger Things location-based RPG will look like an ’80s cartoon

Another mobile game based on hit Netflix series Stranger Things has been announced. The upcoming title, which will be released on iOS and Android next year, comes from mobile game developer and publisher Next Games. Unlike the existing Stranger Things mobile game, the Next Games title will be a role playing, location-based puzzle game with a classic '80s animation style.

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Netflix tests mobile app feed with trailers, photos, and other ‘extras’

Netflix tests mobile app feed with trailers, photos, and other ‘extras’

Netflix is following the lead of many other tech companies before it with the introduction of a feed in its mobile app. Called 'Extras,' the feed is appearing for a small number of Netflix users on the company's mobile app, where they're given access to a dedicated scrolling page of content related to the company's vast video library.

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Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous is Netflix’s next big show

Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous is Netflix’s next big show

Netflix announced today that it's teamed up with DreamWorks Animation to produce a new animated series based on the first Jurassic World movie. The show is called Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous and is set to debut at some point in 2020. The show is actually set during the same timeline as 2015's Jurassic World, but it's going to tell a very different story from the movie.

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New Dark Crystal trailer from Netflix: Like Jim Henson and Frank Oz never left

New Dark Crystal trailer from Netflix: Like Jim Henson and Frank Oz never left

Did you know there was a new Dark Crystal movie coming out soon? Earlier today, I had no idea. Then I saw there was a Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance trailer out, and bang! My world changed, thanks to whoever worked with Netflix to make this happen. Before we go any further, look at this trailer and have your mind shattered.

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New Jessica Jones release date confirmed as Netflix’s Marvel run ends

New Jessica Jones release date confirmed as Netflix’s Marvel run ends

One by one, Netflix has been killing off its roster of Marvel shows. What started with the cancellations of Luke Cage and Iron Fist eventually moved onto Daredevil, and by that point, it was clear that Netflix was cleaning house. At the time Daredevil was cancelled, new seasons of Jessica Jones and The Punisher were still in development, so for a time, Netflix stayed silent on the fate of both shows.

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Black Mirror promo video series arrives on YouTube starting May 26

Black Mirror promo video series arrives on YouTube starting May 26

Black Mirror fans will receive a treat in the form of a short video series Netflix plans to release on its Latin America YouTube channel starting today, May 26. The series will feature short promotional videos released over coming days, ultimately leading up to the show's Season 5 premiere on Netflix next month. As with Season 5, the series will only feature three episodes.

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Matt Groening’s Disenchantment Part 2 finally gets premiere date

Matt Groening’s Disenchantment Part 2 finally gets premiere date

Netflix plans to offer the second installment in the first season of adult animation hit Disenchantment from Matt Groening, the man behind The Simpsons and Futurama. Unlike both of those popular shows, Disenchantment takes viewers to the past, one filled with castles, mythical creatures, and a society that functions on magic. Netflix has finally announced the release date for 'Part 2.'

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LEGO Stranger Things set can flip to the Upside Down

LEGO Stranger Things set can flip to the Upside Down

LEGO has just launched a new brickset based on the hit Netflix original series Stranger Things. The unique kit features the core element in the series, the creepy dimension referred to as the Upside Down. Players can literally flip the set upside down to switch between the two dimensions; each includes iconic details, including the Christmas lights communication board on the wall.

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Netflix gaming coming to E3 2019: Stranger Things and more

Netflix gaming coming to E3 2019: Stranger Things and more

E3 2019 is going to be a big show that attracts a ton of developers and publishers from massive triple-A companies all the way down to single-man indie studios. We can apparently now add streaming companies to that list, as Netflix has confirmed that it'll be at E3 2019 to talk about video games. If you needed any additional proof that Netflix is seriously considering diving into the games industry, here it is.

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Netflix ‘first look’ deal with Dark Horse joins Umbrella Academy success

Netflix ‘first look’ deal with Dark Horse joins Umbrella Academy success

Netflix has expanded its involvement with Dark Horse Entertainment, the production segment of comic book publisher Dark Horse Comics. The company has announced a new 'first look' deal with Dark Horse, giving Netflix a first look opportunity at the production company's intellectual property for potential movies and television shows. In addition, Netflix revealed the two companies are already 'exploring future projects.'

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Netflix adds high-quality audio for home theater systems

Netflix adds high-quality audio for home theater systems

Netflix has announced the launch of high-quality audio for its video content. The new feature will offer the company's customers access to studio-tier audio, assuming their Internet speeds are fast enough to stream it. Though Netflix says its high-quality sound isn't truly lossless, the difference is 'perceptually transparent,' meaning it sounds exactly the same as the uncompressed master version of the audio.

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