The streaming service has announced five new children’s series, including updates of the 1980s cult-favorite cartoons.
The long in-development Pee-wee project has found a home with the streaming service.
Just as Netflix debuts another trailer for Season 3 of the political drama, the beloved children’s show rolls out its own take on Frank Underwood.
Jorge Garcia will join the likes of Luke Wilson, Nick Nolte and Terry Crews in the Netflix-exclusive Western comedy.
In this new “House of Cards” trailer, Frank Underwood is taken aback by his wife Claire’s reaction to his touch.
Kyle Chandler, Ben Mendelsoh, Sissy Spacek and Sam Shepard star in the upcoming family thriller, which arrives March 20 on the video streaming service.
The Brooklyn Nine-Nine actor thinks that, with his build, the role of the Herald of Galactus “would be perfect for me.”
The teaser trailer arrives for the Netflix miniseries, confirming a star-studded cast that includes Amy Poehler, Bradley Cooper, Paul Rudd and Molly Shannon.
Tina Fey’s Netflix comedy about a cult survivor’s adventures in New York breaks its way onto the streaming service.
Bradley Cooper, Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler, Elizabeth Banks and several The State alums will reunite for eight episodes following the cult movie.
The second season of BoJack Horseman won’t be out until next year, but Netflix released a surprise Christmas episode to help ease the wait.