The year is basically halfway over, which means not only will Netflix continue to crank out even more fresh titles and original films on its streaming platform, but it'll also be getting rid of a few to
Some years you see more Netflix casualties than others. Remember that terrible period where The Get Down, Sense8, and a handful of other shows were cancelled within days of each other? Well, 2019 is making
Psych ward-set character study “Mad?” is the formally experimental quasi-sequel to director Saskia Rifkin’s 2017 black-and-white debut “Can Hitler Happen Here?” Both efforts depart from screenplays by
Netflix continues to ramp up its original content this month, giving us some returning favorites and a few new films to add to our queues. First up is the highly-anticipated third season of Stranger Things.
If you're a fan of Orange is the New Black, you're probably waiting for the new season to drop with about as much patience as Piper is waiting for Alex to get out. (Too soon? Sorry.) The seventh and final