Update 12/3/13: Netflix has just announced that Turbo Fast, the first show in its new deal with DreamWorks Animation, will hit the streaming service on December 24, 2013. However, unlike with its previous original series, not every episode of the show will be available at once. The first five episodes will hit on that date, with an undetermined number of other episodes to follow at… Continue reading Update: DreamWorks Animations' 'Turbo Fast' Will Premiere on Netflix This Christmas Eve
Hey, film fans: If you’re using Netflix, you may be missing out on what’s happening at the edge of the frame. Apparently, the service is bowing to those viewers who want films to fill their screens, even at the risk of chopping some off. The movies in question are those filmed in the “Scope” format, Flavorwire notes. Normal widescreen has an… Continue reading Did You Know Netflix Is Cropping Your Movies?
We’ve all done it. The marathon. Those Lost weekends. The red-eyed nights watching episode after episode of 24 and Rome. We start acting like the meth-heads on Breaking Bad at 3 a.m.– just one more hit and then we’ll go to sleep.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings wants to feed our guilty-pleasure binge viewing habit. In his latest earnings report to investors, he touts the benefits of his company’s ongoing… Continue reading Netflix touts TV binge viewing: Is waiting better?
Like most movie addicts, we like to keep close tabs on which “old” movies are popping up on Netflix’s Watch Instantly platform — and while their additions have been relatively unimpressive over the last several weeks, that all changed yesterday. Below you’ll find a big batch of films that just (re-)arrived on Netflix’s streaming service, complete with a few quick points on why you might want to queue them up… Continue reading Your Guide to the August Netflix Watch Instantly Catalog Explosion