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There’s more than a twinge of Adult Swim to the look and premise of this thing, I think.
It’s Officially Official: Drew Goddard To Write And Direct Daredevil Pilot Episode, Serve As Showrunner
It’s good to know somebody so accomplished and smart will get to set the pace for this show and I hope he gets a lot of good collaborators.
I’m very glad to see more hand drawn work on our screens.
It’s a combination seemingly designed to burn a hole through the geekosphere.
Barely a week goes by these days without another announcement of a DC property heading to TV (iZombie and Hourman being the latest). Marvel looks poised to expand on the SHIELD beachhead with its Netflix announcement yesterday, with hints of more …
Disney: If Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist And Luke Cage Are Popular On Netflix, They Could Be Feature Films
Also: where do these characters sit on the perceived pecking order of Marvel characters?
It’s got some Emmys and now Netflix has its eye on Oscar, acquiring Egyptian uprising documentary The Square.
Netflix has a track record for pioneering difference viewership experiences and bringing 4K or Ultra HD to their content would now increase the aesthetic quality of their programming significantly.
The Turbo Masterclass – Director David Soren On The Character Design, Appeal And 3D Of Dreamworks’ Latest
If you’re at all interested in character design – for animation, illustration or anything else – then I think you’ll find Soren’s comments here to be particularly interesting.
Netflix UK Really Want Me To Tell You They’ll Have The Breaking Bad Finale Up In Hours Of Going To Air In The USA
Like the headline says. Netflix really want me to tell you they’ll have the Breaking Bad finale up in hours of going to air in the USA. How badly? They sent me a toy, a mug, a t-shirt…
By “movie” we don’t necessarily mean something theatrical. Indeed, I’ll be very surprised if we’re not just talking about a 90-minute something on Netflix.
You know, I have no idea what sort of debates we’ll be having about TV in five years, or what news will be breaking. I imagine this deal between Virgin and Netflix might be looking a little quaint by then, however.
It’s a long term strategy but it appears to have short term benefits too.
Humble Comedy Bundle Launches With Louis C.K. And Patrice O’Neal And Aziz Ansari Is Taking His Next Special To Netflix
Comedians seem to be leading the way when it comes to new and sensible approaches to the digital distribution of video content.
Creator Mitch Hurwitz has just confirmed at the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal that Arrested Development will definitely be back. Could it be returning as a movie?
Breaking Bad’s last streak kicks off on August 12th in the US, which will be in the early hours of August 13th in the UK.
Ed Brown’s life has been changed by Netflix. Does he now enjoy TV more? Or somehow less?