Vanessa Hudgens and a cursed medieval knight who's been sent forward in time? Sign me up.
The Crown launches globally on Netflix on Sunday, Nov. 17.
"I held a heavy ass camera and walked backwards keeping these 3 legends in frame," Homecoming cameraman Ben Hagarty said. "Oh and I did it going down a set of stairs."
“He understands the culture and saw that [the show] needed to come back.”
The Trailer For Ryan Murphy's First Netflix Series, "The Politician," Is Here And It Looks Really Good
The Politician debuts on Netflix at the end of September.
Season 3 will be available for your streaming pleasure on Nov. 17.
The announcement comes at the same time the company said it lost 130,000 subscribers in the United States from April through June.
Log on to Netflix today, and you’ll see a lot of stuff you’ve never heard of. Here's how the streaming service is convincing you to click on it anyway.
Netflix Will Cut Out This Scene From "13 Reasons Why," But Some People Feel It's Too Little, Too Late
The decision was welcomed online, though some questioned why it had taken so long, and whether other scenes also needed to be cut from the series.
The show will instead be featured on WarnerMedia's upcoming streaming service, HBO Max.
Aziz Ansari: Right Now starts streaming July 9.
The show, which had a small but loyal fanbase, will now air on Pop TV.
The new show Prank Encounters has been criticized for playing tricks on people who are looking for work, but Netflix is standing by it.
After Gaten Matarazzo shared the news on Twitter on Friday, many users hit back against the idea of playing pranks on vulnerable people looking for work.
Always Be My Maybe and Long Shot let their ambitious women have it all — because the men in their lives are willing to hold their purses. Mild spoilers!
Central Park Five Prosecutor Linda Fairstein Was Dropped By Her Book Publisher After Netflix’s “When They See Us” Premiere
The Netflix series, which premiered last week, sparked another wave of outcry about injustice in the case.
"No apology needed."
The series returns on June 5.
Only fair, I suppose, considering they gave you life and raised you and all.
The Netflix documentary Knock Down the House revolves around Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, which is its main selling point — but also a limitation.
It’s called Liquid Death, it costs $1.83 a can, and it’s literally just water.
“13 Reasons Why” Is At The Center Of Many Psychological Studies, But Experts Say Read Them With Caution
“People tend to sort of read the headline and jump to some kind of conclusion, when these things are really complicated,” one expert told BuzzFeed News.
As someone who loves traveling and going outdoors, I struggle with balancing my hopefulness and my despair — and my culpability — regarding an imperiled earth.
Beyoncé Said “I Will Never Push Myself That Far Again” In Her Netflix Documentary About Her 2018 Coachella Performance
“I definitely pushed myself further than I knew I could and I learned a very valuable lesson: I will never never push myself that far again,” Beyoncé said.
In the new Netflix documentary, Homecoming, Beyoncé opened up about how tough it was being a new mom to twins while rehearsing for her Coachella performance.
Sir David Attenborough Urges Young People To Look Up From Their Screens At The “Great Treasure” Of The Natural World
The broadcaster talked to BuzzFeed News about his new Netflix show Our Planet, why we need to get off our screens, and how there are so many more species on our planet we’ve yet to discover.
We Finally Know Who’s Playing John Ambrose In The “To All The Boys” Sequel And People Are Ready To Forget Peter Kavinsky
Peter Kavinsky is quaking.
Steve Harrington must be protected.
The commenter later apologised for his words.