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Arrested Development Season 5, Part Two hits Netflix next month

Arrested Development Season 5, Part Two hits Netflix next month

Beloved sitcom Arrested Development will return to Netflix on March 15, bringing the second half of Season 5. Referred to as Part Two, this new batch will include eight episodes that'll be available to all Netflix subscribers globally. The new episodes join the first batch of Season 5 that was released by Netflix nearly one year ago.

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Netflix cans The Punisher and Jessica Jones, surprising no one

Netflix cans The Punisher and Jessica Jones, surprising no one

Hopefully all of you fans of The Punisher enjoyed its second season, because that's the last one you're getting out of Netflix. The streaming service cancelled both The Punisher and Jessica Jones today, which means that its Marvel purge is now complete. Of course, we all had a feeling this was going to happen, as Netflix's previous cancellations of other Marvel shows - Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and most notably Daredevil - didn't bode well for The Punisher and Jessica Jones.

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Netflix announces new Transformers animated series for 2020

Netflix announces new Transformers animated series for 2020

Netflix has successfully turned itself into one of the biggest libraries of original and classic animated content, including some of the most recognized anime series, as well as reboots and revivals of series like Voltron and She-Ra. While the streaming video giant has already carried the iconic Transformers animated series and movies, Netflix has ordered a new take on the universe of Autobots and Decepticons.

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Fyre Festival 2.0 tipped by Ja Rule amid Netflix, Hulu hype

Fyre Festival 2.0 tipped by Ja Rule amid Netflix, Hulu hype

What's the best way to milk cash out of the worst blunder in the history of music festivals and internet hype? Make another one! That's just what seems to be happening now thanks to a tip from none other than Ja Rule, letting the world know that "[The Fyre Festival] is the most iconic festival that never was. I have plans to create the iconic festival, but you didn't hear that from me."

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Netflix finally launches Smart Downloads feature on iPhone and iPad

Netflix finally launches Smart Downloads feature on iPhone and iPad

Netflix has announced the arrival of its Smart Downloads feature for iOS, enabling customers with an iPhone or iPad will enjoy the same intelligent download management feature as Android and Windows 10 users. Apple device owners already had access to the video platform's download feature for offline watching, but until now they've been required to manually delete and add content.

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Apple game subscription tipped: Would you join for Fortnite?

Apple game subscription tipped: Would you join for Fortnite?

Gaming on an iPhone or an iPad could get a lot more interesting if this morning's news of an Apple game subscription pans out. According to people familiar with the matter, Apple's plans include a subscription service for games - something like Netflix, but for mobile gaming titles. This sort of subscription service is already live for other platforms - like NVIDIA's GeForce NOW - though that's for full-power AAA gaming titles streamed from NVIDIA's gaming PCs on the GeForce NOW cloud service.

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Netflix ‘Resident Evil’ original TV show tipped in early development

Netflix ‘Resident Evil’ original TV show tipped in early development

Netflix is working on a new original series script, according to a recent report, and it is based on the Resident Evil universe. According to the leak, Netflix plans to create its own Resident Evil TV show, one that is said to be in the pipeline for a global launch. Assuming the information is correct, Netflix is working on the series with Constantin Film, a German production company.

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Netflix joins MPAA as its first streaming member

Netflix joins MPAA as its first streaming member

Netflix is now a member of the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), joining several content producers in support of the advocacy group. The move comes nearly two years after Netflix helped form the Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment (ACE), an anti-piracy collective that includes NBCUniversal, CBS, HBO, MGM, and a number of other notable production companies.

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Netflix adds Instagram Stories support for directly sharing shows

Netflix adds Instagram Stories support for directly sharing shows

Netflix is just about everywhere, thanks in no small part to its vast and largely successful original content library, and as of today, it can now be found in yet another place: Instagram Stories. The new integration makes it possible for Netflix users to directly share their favorite content with followers, but not everyone has access to it.

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Netflix taps Stranger Things producer for Unsolved Mysteries reboot

Netflix taps Stranger Things producer for Unsolved Mysteries reboot

Netflix is bringing back iconic series Unsolved Mysteries with Stranger Things executive producer Shawn Levy, according to a new report. The reboot will reportedly be the result of Levy's 21 Laps Entertainment working alongside Netflix, which has rapidly expanded its catalog of original episodic shows. The original Unsolved Mysteries series ran from 1987 to 2010 and included more than 500 episodes.

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Fortnite is so big even Netflix is feeling the heat

Fortnite is so big even Netflix is feeling the heat

When it comes to competition in the entertainment industry, you might be tempted to think that companies only consider similar services to be competitors. For instance, Netflix and Hulu obviously compete with one another, but what about Netflix and Fortnite? As it turns out, Netflix considers Fortnite a major competitor, and it often loses out to the popular game when it comes to winning screen time.

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Project xCloud “Netflix for Games” reveals Microsoft’s ambitions

Project xCloud “Netflix for Games” reveals Microsoft’s ambitions

Microsoft’s Project xCloud is really no secret. First revealed in October, it was, at first, seemed to take aim at the still fledgling game streaming market. Microsoft’s ambitions are, however, much bigger and it believes it has all the right pieces to make that happen. It is so confident that CEO Satya Nadella reveals that, internally, it’s being called the Netflix for games”, equating itself with the name that has become the buzzword in the video streaming market.

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