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Netflix will end ‘Lucifer’ with season 5, campaigning won’t save it

Netflix will end ‘Lucifer’ with season 5, campaigning won’t save it

Lucifer, the television series that started at FOX before making it way to Netflix, will end with its fifth season, the show's executive producer Ildy Modrovich has revealed. There's no use in trying to save the Netflix series, so don't bother, Modrovich clarified on Twitter. The show is over for good and no amount of online campaigning will save it.

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Hellraiser project may bring popular horror franchise to television

Hellraiser project may bring popular horror franchise to television

Popular horror franchise Hellraiser may be coming to the small screen in the form an episodic series, possibly an anthology, a new report claims. The project is underway thanks to Dan Farah, producer of Ready Player One, and Roy Lee, producer of It. The Hellraiser TV show is described as being in its very early stages, and there's no particular network or streaming service onboard with it at this time.

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Cable network saves canceled Netflix sitcom ‘One Day at a Time’

Cable network saves canceled Netflix sitcom ‘One Day at a Time’

For the first time, a cable network has stepped in to save a canceled streaming show from extinction. The announcement was made by CBS Corp's Pop TV, which has picked up the Netflix original sitcom One Day at a Time for a fourth season. Though the sitcom was a hit with viewers, Netflix ultimately decided to cancel it after three seasons earlier this year.

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Final Fantasy XIV is getting a live-action TV series

Final Fantasy XIV is getting a live-action TV series

It almost became Square Enix most spectacular flop and the worst game to be bear the title Final Fantasy. The game publisher, however, refused to let go of the name and Final Fantasy XIV was not only reborn but now boasts of being one of the few big MMORPGs left standing. In the six years it has been operating (nine if you count the first flop), the game raked in millions in profits and players and will soon have its own live-action series, something very few games can dream of.

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FuboTV launches free ad-supported sports network for cord-cutters

FuboTV launches free ad-supported sports network for cord-cutters

Streaming television service FuboTV has launched a totally free sports network channel aimed at cord-cutters and anyone who prefers to stream their favorite games. Called Fubo Sports Network, the live channel is available to consumers in the United States, offering them a combination of game coverage, exclusive programming, and sports news.

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Netflix releases trailer for ‘Orange is the New Black’ final season

Netflix releases trailer for ‘Orange is the New Black’ final season

One of Netflix's earliest original hits, Orange is The New Black, is about to come to an end. As previously announced, the upcoming season will be the show's last, marking the end to a series that first premiered in 2013. The show has proven very popular with viewers and critics, and has historically returned as a new season on the platform every summer.

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Dish Fiber could be an apartment dwellers best friend

Dish Fiber could be an apartment dwellers best friend

Everyone knows about Dish Network at this point, it was among the first of the easy and small satellite Dish companies to fight against big cable. Dish has announced a new service that isn't aimed at home owner's it's aimed at property owners and managers who are looking for ways to add more value add for residents living in apartment complexes and facilities with multiple units. Dish says that Dish Fiber is a new bulk solution for multifamily communities.

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The Office will stream exclusively on NBCUniversal’s service in 2021

The Office will stream exclusively on NBCUniversal’s service in 2021

The US adaption of hit television show The Office will stream exclusively on NBCUniversal's future streaming service starting in 2021, the company has announced. That's bad news for fans who presently have access to the show through two of the most popular streaming services, Hulu and Netflix. All nine seasons of the series will be available to stream through the upcoming service.

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Netflix taps George Clooney for new post-apocalyptic feature film

Netflix taps George Clooney for new post-apocalyptic feature film

As Netflix's reputation grows, so does the number of major stars the company draws in for its original content. Following his work with Hulu on its original Catch-22 series, George Clooney will be working with Netflix on a post-apocalyptic movie. Clooney will both star in and direct the upcoming feature film adaption, according to Netflix.

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Neon Genesis Evangelion on Netflix, new movie preview on July 6th

Neon Genesis Evangelion on Netflix, new movie preview on July 6th

Today we're taking a peek at the just-re-released Neon Genesis Evangelion, just re-released and available legally for the first time since the 2005 DVD collection. Netflix first announced their ties with Evangelion in March of 2019, and the series first premiered on Netflix on June 21st, 2019. But why should an average, everyday viewer care about this series from the 1990s?

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Original Jaws restored (it looks a lot better than this, now)

Original Jaws restored (it looks a lot better than this, now)

The Jaws you see at the head of this article was first given to the Academy Museum back in January of 2016. Back then, it was the "only surviving Jaws shark" and it was (and remains) the largest object to enter the Academy's collection thus far. The restoration was made "just in time for the 44th anniversary" of the original Jaws (1975) film directed by Stephen Spielberg.

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Confused religious group asks Netflix to cancel Amazon’s ‘Good Omens’

Confused religious group asks Netflix to cancel Amazon’s ‘Good Omens’

A very confused religious organization is asking Netflix to cancel an Amazon original series. More than 20,000 people signed a petition launched by the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property to cancel Good Omens, and somehow none of those people noticed that it was directed at the wrong streaming service.

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