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Marvel reveals teaser for The Punisher on Netflix

Marvel reveals teaser for The Punisher on Netflix

We've known for over a year now that Netflix and Marvel would continue to expand their superhero TV universe by giving The Punisher his own series following his introduction in season two of Daredevil. Now that The Defenders, the mash-up series that includes Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist, is finally airing on the streaming network, the first teaser for The Punisher has been revealed.

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Netflix’s $7 billion 2018 content budget towers over Apple

Netflix’s $7 billion 2018 content budget towers over Apple

Netflix is reshaping the television and movie industries and there's no signs of that changing. The company has expanded its movie library with a roster of original programming that has earned it high praise and faithful subscribers alike. Word has it that Apple is preparing to make its own bold entrance into the original programming industry, but its $1 billion budget looks puny compared to Netflix's $7 billion ambitions.

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Netflix ‘Gypsy’ cancelled after only one season: reviews were mixed

Netflix ‘Gypsy’ cancelled after only one season: reviews were mixed

Netflix, which recently went on a cancellation spree, has just brought another show to a premature end. Gypsy only lasted for a single season before earning the company's banhammer, something that perhaps isn't surprising given its relatively mild launch and mixed bag of reviews. Sources claim that at one point Netflix was in talks with show producers to buy a second season.

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Netflix to Disney: wait, let’s talk about Marvel and Star Wars

Netflix to Disney: wait, let’s talk about Marvel and Star Wars

While Disney-made Disney content seems to be 100% off the table, Netflix still wants to negotiate over Marvel and Star Wars content. Disney, after all, owns the whole lot. Netflix stands to gain or lose a whole lot of viewers based on news bits like "Disney will ditch Netflix in 2019". Amid talks of the future of Disney's stream-friendly content, the CEO of the company agreed that Marvel and Star Wars (Lucasfilm) content might well be next to leave Netflix.

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Streaming Networks Separate : Is this the future we want?

Streaming Networks Separate : Is this the future we want?

As Disney announces its own streaming service separate from Netflix, the wave of network-owned streaming services begins. Soon we'll find that every big media provider has its own streaming service, and we'll have the opportunity to select what we want, when we want, for a fee. A fee that goes to each company, individually, every month.

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Disney will ditch Netflix in 2019 and launch its own streaming service

Disney will ditch Netflix in 2019 and launch its own streaming service

Disney has formally announced plans to cut its ties with Netflix in 2019, removing all of its content from the service. In its place, Disney will launch its own streaming service for its library of content. According to Disney, its streaming service will be the exclusive means by which fans will be get SVOD access to the company's 'newest live action and animated movies,' raising questions about whether Hulu will also lose its Disney library once its agreement with the company runs out.

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David Letterman’s Netflix series sounds a lot like a late-night show

David Letterman’s Netflix series sounds a lot like a late-night show

David Letterman, like so many television personalities before him, just can't seem to stay away. Just a couple of years after leaving The Late Show behind and entering retirement, David Letterman has announced his return to television. His new show won't be on cable, however, as his return will be broadcast on Netflix.

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Netflix shows are about to get comic-book crazy

Netflix shows are about to get comic-book crazy

You always remember your first, and in Netflix's case that's probably going to be your first acquisition. Hard to believe, but that's only just happened now, almost two decades after Netflix was first founded back in 1997. The lucky acquisition? It's not what you might expect.

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Netflix HDR arrives on Sony Xperia XZ Premium

Netflix HDR arrives on Sony Xperia XZ Premium

Netflix's HDR video support has finally expanded beyond just the LG G6, officially going live on the Sony Xperia XZ Premium. This marks the second Android phone to support Netflix's HDR feature, bringing a higher quality to one's mobile watching. Back in May, Netflix on Android brought Dolby Vision support to the LG G6, the first in what will no doubt be a steady rollout over time.

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Marvel at SDCC: the biggest trailers and news

Marvel at SDCC: the biggest trailers and news

It just wouldn't be the San Diego Comic-Con without Marvel there to make a bunch of announcements about its ongoing movie and TV series. This year, that means trailers and news about the extended Marvel Cinematic Universe and the various franchises tying-in with the Avengers, as well as the various superhero TV series Marvel has going. We've already covered the new Defenders trailer, but here we'll run down everything else Marvel revealed.

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Marvel’s The Defenders trailer premieres at Comic-Con

Marvel’s The Defenders trailer premieres at Comic-Con

The San Diego Comic-Con is now in full swing this weekend, and Marvel was there to show off the newest trailer for The Defenders just a few weeks before its debut on Netflix. While fans have been enjoying the Marvel Cinematic Universe's ultimate team-up movies, The Avengers, for years now, The Defenders will finally bring together the four heroes of Netflix's stand-alone series: Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist.

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Verizon throttling confession raises net-neutrality questions

Verizon throttling confession raises net-neutrality questions

It's been an interesting 48 hours for Verizon customers. Two days ago, some users discovered that Verizon may have been throttling their connections to video services like Netflix and YouTube. What's particularly strange is that under normal circumstances, average users wouldn't even realize they were being throttled.

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