Star Michael Emerson and executive producer Greg Plageman explain why a 13-episode Season 5 is a good thing, and how they’d go about crossing over with “Elementary’s” Sherlock Holmes.
Now called “Stranger Things,” the supernatural thriller has also announced a young cast to join adult leads Winona Ryder and David Harbour.
The new 2D-animated series finds Mr. Peabody and his boy Sherman as the hosts of their own late-night talk show.
A comedy take that’s more Family Guy than James bond drives a new Danger Mouse with a more complete cast than ever before.
The sci-fi action series gets another year for its creators to unfold the grand design of their international conspiracy.
Although Netflix has yet to give the green light, the writer tells SPINOFF he and collaborators Lana and Andy Wachowski have more “Sense8″ stories to tell.
The legendary voice of the Dark Knight, Kevin Conroy, plays things a little more lighthearted this time around on Netflix and Dreamworks’ animated series.
Netflix’s first original film, from writer/director Cary Fukunaga (“True Detective”), will receive limited theatrical release on Oct. 16, the same day it premieres on the streaming service.
A Netflix executive assures fans the streaming service isn’t finished with the Bluth clan just yet.
The “Parks and Recreation” alum will star as a New York City actor in Netflix’s “Master of None,” which launches in November.
Hopes for a fourth season of “Hannibal” diminish as Amazon and Netflix pass on the series, and the options expire for stars Hugh Dancy and Mads Mikkelson.
“Something Unfortunate is Coming,” warns the teaser for the live-action adaptation of the bestselling Lemony Snicket novels. Updated: It’s a fake!