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Netflix’s 8 New Titles for May: House of Cards, Sherlock & More!

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Another summer is upon us and you’ll most likely be racing outside to soak up that sun. That is, until the sun becomes too hot and gives you deep-red sunburn. Not to worry. While you spend those many hours recovering indoors, Netflix will be providing a beefy selection of original series this May, including the second season return of several …

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The 7 Best April Netflix Releases for Laughs, Learning & More

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Spring is here which means it’s time for spring cleaning, April fools and April showers. But once you’ve finished cleaning out your filthy bedroom, hiding a fart machine in your boss’s office and avoided becoming drenched in a downpour, you deserve a little break. Netflix has a solid enough offering this month with revival series of 1990s classics and animated …

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Is Marvel’s ‘Iron Fist’ a Flop? Finn Jones Comes to Netflix Show’s Defense

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We didn’t think it was possible for Marvel to make a flop. In fact, we were in denial that our favorite comic brand could ever screw up. But it’s looking like Iron Fist may be their first big failure. Iron Fist is Marvel’s newest Netflix collaboration. Following the likes of Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Daredevil, it seemed like it would be a sure hit. However, …

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Trailer: Brad Pitt Makes Netflix Debut in ‘War Machine’

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Release date: May 26, 2017 Studio: Netflix Director: David Michod MPAA Rating: NA Starring: Brad Pitt, Tilda Swinton, Lakeith Stanfield, Anthony Michael Hall, Emory Cohen, Ben Kingsley, Topher Grace, Will Poulter, Alan Ruck, Meg Tilly, Scoot McNairy An absurdist war story for our times, writer-director David Michôd (Animal Kingdom) recreates a U.S. General’s roller-coaster rise and fall as part reality, …

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March Madness Hits Netflix! 8 New Shows You NEED to Watch

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We’re nearly to spring. Can you feel it? Soon it will be time for spring cleaning and you’ll have to get up off your butt and do some work. This is your last chance to get in that ultimate Netflix marathon before it’s warm enough that you’ll feel guilty for vegging out. So why not take one last winter binge-watch …

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9 Must-Watch Releases on Netflix This January

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It’s a new year and it’s time to make some resolutions. I’m sure a popular one will be to work off some of those Christmas cookies. And since the winter months are still chilly, you’ll most likely be working out indoors. While you’re taking off those pounds, be sure to keep your tablet handy for these Netflix recommendations to make …

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Watch: Marvel’s ‘Luke Cage’ Renewed for Cool Second Season

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Marvel’s newest Netflix series Luke Cage has barely been out for two months, but fans have been amped for the show from the get-go. Mostly, Luke Cage has lived up to high expectations, which makes the news that it’s been renewed for a second season an extra special surprise. Luke Cage follows the story of, well, Luke Cage, a former convict who developed super-strength …

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7 Netflix Titles to be Thankful for This November

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It’s almost November, a month to be thankful for what we have. I don’t think I’m alone here in being thankful for the streaming revolution spawned from Netflix. And there’s plenty to be thankful for this month with an original UK drama, a Coen comedy classic and some surprisingly satisfying CGI-animal pictures to enjoy with the family. Take a look …

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10 Crazy Netflix Titles Coming in October (And They’re NOT All Halloween Horror)

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Netflix may not have as many new horror pictures to offer their viewers this October, but there are certainly plenty of treats to be had. This month’s Netflix releases features some original movies from a Christopher Guest mockumentary to a Werner Herzog documentary. And while recent films are a little light this month, there are some notable classics including a Sergio Leone …

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