In 2015, back when this whole streaming thing was new, Disney allowed Netflix to have exclusive rights to extraneous shows based in the Marvel Universe. The next few years saw the releases of Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist, plus a crossover special, before Disney realized streaming was too valuable to let their IPs be handled by someone else. Thus, a shift in strategy cancelled all the Netflix Marvel shows, in some cases prematurely.
Netflix still isn’t ready to tell you anything new about Cobra Kai Season Four. The twenty-second teaser released today only confirms something we already knew — Terry Silver is joining the baddies’ side when the show returns.
We’re not sure why this wasn’t part of the service from the beginning, but Funimation announced today that viewers of their streaming channel will have the option to watch anime in Spanish and Portuguese starting next Wednesday.
After two years, a climactic battle, and a change of streaming platforms, Cobra Kai is once again open for business. The former YouTube Red (remember that? No? It’s OK) original launches its third season on its new home, Netflix, next month.
It’s been a long time since we’ve heard from the production crew at Northbound, but it’s been an eventful few months. To refresh your memory, Northbound is a post-apocalyptic series produced by Seeka TV, a Minneapolis-based digital platform. It centers around a lone father, Alex, as he fights to protect his comatose daughter Crystal from apocalyptic horrors. The series was created by Michigan natives/brothers Seth & Nathan Anderson, and is produced by Jason Hagen.
The Walking Dead is credited with launching a zombie craze in popular culture throughout the 2010s, and was the most popular show on cable for several years. Even though the show isn’t as fresh as it used to be, AMC still considers it the star brand of the network, and has boasted as recently as last year that they could see it going on forever. Apparently they changed their minds (or the people who thought so were fired)…an end date was just announced for the post-apocalyptic series.
Something interesting happened today: Netflix suddenly offered a bunch of content for free. Is there a catch? Not technically, but upon examination, you can definitely see how Netflix plans to benefit from it.
The television and film industry is slowly firing the machine back up, and as you might imagine, it’s a delicate and tricky process. Netflix will resume filming Season 2 of The Witcher on August 17, and the staff is currently setting up the necessary precautions and safety measures. How do you plan out a fantasy epic under such conditions? Like this:
You thought you were safe from the mind-numbing adventures of a crudely-drawn drunken mouse in a world of insanity, but it wasn’t through with YOU! In this brave new television world, nothing is ever truly cancelled. 12 Oz Mouse breaks back into your house with ten new episodes that’ll air over the next two weeks.
Picture this: the Cold War actually turned hot and turned into the nuclear disaster everyone feared it would, leaving the shelter-dwelling survivors to fend for themselves, and in the process freezing the ruins of pop culture in a 1950s aesthetic. Wait, we don’t have to picture it, we can play it…the Fallout series of video games has existed since the original was released for PC in the late 90s.
It’s been nearly two years since a new episode of Wynonna Earp last aired on SyFy, and to be honest, it feels like it’s been even longer. First production on Season Four was stymied by financial problems from the co-financier of the series, IDW Entertainment. Then, once that was resolved, the entirety of Hollywood was shut down.
We said when NBC released their month-overdue fall schedule that ABC wouldn’t be far behind, and it has come to pass. With this news, we now know the entirety of the network lineup this fall, though it is subject to change more now than ever before.