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Netflix taps Walmart to sell merchandise for Squid Game and other hits

Netflix taps Walmart to sell merchandise for Squid Game and other hits

Netflix has teamed up with Walmart to sell merchandise based on some of its hit original shows, including Squid Game and Stranger Things. For its part, Walmart is launching a new Netflix Hub through which Netflix fans will be able to find the exclusive merchandise, marking Netflix's first digital storefront offered by a major retailer.

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Netflix plans That ’70s Show streaming spinoff set in the ’90s

Netflix plans That ’70s Show streaming spinoff set in the ’90s

Netflix will be the future home for a That '70s Show spinoff series set in the 1990s instead of the 1970s. The idea to bring back the hit sitcom updated for the next generation of viewers isn't a new one, but despite talks about a spinoff, one hasn't been confirmed...until now. That '90s Show will include Red and Kitty Forman.

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Netflix app for Android gets Fast Laughs and Play Something features

Netflix app for Android gets Fast Laughs and Play Something features

Netflix is rolling out two big features to Android users, giving them access to the same functionality that has been available on smart TVs and iPhones for a while. The two features are called Play Something and Fast Laughs; the latter feature has only been available on iOS thus far, while Play Something has been limited to TVs.

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Shiny Pokemon GO watch weekend: Secrets of the Jungle

Shiny Pokemon GO watch weekend: Secrets of the Jungle

Starting at 10AM (local time) on the 1st of October (Friday), Pokemon GO gets a big switch of Pokemon. There'll be a Pokemon GO Secrets of the Jungle Event starting then at the same time as a brand new movie on Netflix. This event will celebrate the release of the movie (also called Pokemon: Secrets of the Jungle) with the Pokemon GO debut of Zarude, the Rogue Monkey Pokemon.

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Netflix expands gaming test as it buys a popular indie studio

Netflix expands gaming test as it buys a popular indie studio

Earlier this summer, we saw Netflix take the first step toward adding mobile games to its subscription service, and today the company is putting some more pressure on the gas pedal. Not only is Netflix rolling out its mobile games pilot to a pair of new regions today, but it's also announcing that it has acquired a game development studio. If you needed more indication that Netflix is serious about breaking into gaming, this is probably it.

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Netflix’s The Sandman adaptation gets its first trailer

Netflix’s The Sandman adaptation gets its first trailer

As part of its recent TUDUM event, Netflix revealed the first trailer for its The Sandman adaptation, as well as a couple of posters for the upcoming series. Among other things, fans of the hit comic book series get their first look at Tom Sturridge playing the role of Dream, the series' main character.

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Stranger Things’ latest season 4 trailer takes fans inside Creel House

Stranger Things’ latest season 4 trailer takes fans inside Creel House

Fans have been waiting a long while for the next Stranger Things season, and there won't be an end to that wait any time soon. Netflix previously announced plans to release Stranger Things season four in 2022, though a more specific launch date hasn't been revealed yet. However, Netflix is back with a new trailer.

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Netflix is giving Tiger King a second season: What we know

Netflix is giving Tiger King a second season: What we know

Netflix has a huge slate of true-crime programming in the pipeline, including a second season for last year's hit Tiger King. The company revealed the second season as part of a larger trailer showcasing some of the shows it has in the pipeline, including the series Bad Vegan and the documentary Trust No One: The Hunt For the Crypto King.

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Netflix free tier in Kenya could be the start of something new

Netflix free tier in Kenya could be the start of something new

Netflix is one of if not the biggest video streaming services in the market, but even it is finding that market to be stagnating and getting too crowded. A lot of people in the markets it serves already have a Netflix subscription, and the markets it doesn't serve aren't quick to embrace its business model. In an attempt to woo new users in markets like Kenya, Netflix is doing something that might have been unthinkable years ago, offering a serving of its video content completely free of charge.

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Netflix makes games now: Eden Unearthed for Oculus VR released first

Netflix makes games now: Eden Unearthed for Oculus VR released first

Netflix released their first video game today, a VR title by the name of Eden Unearthed. This game is an "experience" that's not quite entirely through the full Oculus review process yet, so it's out with the group's "App Lab." There may still be "unknown issues relating to comfort, performance, or other factors," in play. The game is based on the TV series (also released by Netflix) by the name of Eden (2021).

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Netflix’s Jigsaw series will let viewers watch episodes in any order

Netflix’s Jigsaw series will let viewers watch episodes in any order

Netflix has a new thriller series in the pipeline called Jigsaw that will allow viewers to watch the first seven of the eight total episodes in any order they'd like. Though this isn't the first time a series has been released with a non-linear episodic format, it is a first for Netflix, which has previously experimented with interactive storytelling.

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Netflix will release an interactive WWE horror movie for Halloween

Netflix will release an interactive WWE horror movie for Halloween

World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) has teamed up with Netflix to release an interactive horror movie based on The Undertaker, the professional name used by retired wrestler Mark Calaway. As with Bandersnatch and a handful of kids shows, Escape the Undertaker will allow viewers to decide how the movie ends.

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