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  • Black TV viewers accuse 'creepy and racist' Netflix of false advertising to black people

    Viewers have complained that Netflix is featuring black actors in advertisement for movies they have minor roles in. Love Actually was cited as one of the most blatant examples.

    Mail Online
  • Making Making a Murderer Part 2: Why They Can't Stop Following Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey

    Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi had worked largely in obscurity for years covering the murder case against Steven Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey, both of whom were found guilty of killing photographer Teresa Halbach in Wisconsin 2005. Ten years after Halbach’s death, Demos and Ricciardi’s account of the prosecution — which brought national attention to Avery and Dassey’s claims of innocence and allegations of planted evidence, a coerced confession and a coverup — was released on Netflix as...

    PEOPLE.com
  • Film fans see red over Netflix ‘targeted’ posters for black viewers

    The streaming service’s customers say they are being duped by marketing that shows minor cast members as leading characters For anyone familiar with spending an unrelaxing hour scrolling through the Netflix menu trying to work out what to watch, the idea that one of the world’s biggest media companies would personalise your viewing choices might be welcome. Binged through Making a Murderer? Try The Staircase. Enjoyed Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt? Make your way through The Good Place. So far, so...

    the Guardian
  • ‘Luke Cage’ Showrunner, Cast, Finn Jones & Others React To Netflix Cancellation: “Forward Always”

    Refresh for updates…Hours after Netflix’s surprise axing of Marvel’s Luke Cage, showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker and others have taken to social media to praise the show, lament its leaving and even ponder how Harlem’s Hero could return. While star Mike Colter has yet to weigh in, Coker (Creed 2‘s scribe) was clear to give a shout out to everyone involved with the two-season Luke, especially his fellow writers. “A lot memories,” tweeted Cocker. “A lot of individual thank you…

    Deadline
  • Marvel universe a slice smaller with Cage cancellation

    The Marvel universe just got a slice smaller on Netflix with the cancellation of "Marvel's Luke Cage" after two seasons. The news Friday surprised fans and came a few weeks after Netflix axed another live-action Marvel series, "Iron Fist." Both are part of The Defenders world. Netflix didn't explain the ...

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  • Sweet Christmas! Marvel's 'Luke Cage' canceled at Netflix after two seasons

    The invincible man isn’t immune to cancellations. In a surprise move by Netflix, the streaming platform tossed the axe at Luke Cage following the show’s second season that premiered in June. “Unfortunately, Marvel’s Luke Cage will not return for a third season,” Marvel and Netflix said in a joint statement to EW. “Everyone at Marvel Television and Netflix is grateful to the dedicated showrunner, writers, cast and crew who brought Harlem’s Hero to life for the past two seasons, and to all the...

    EW.com
  • Another Marvel Show Bites The Dust: Netflix Cancels ‘Luke Cage’ After 2 Seasons

    The streaming giant also cancelled Marvel’s Iron Fist just one week ago.

    Decider
  • Netflix's biggest daredevil move could be making blockbuster comic book movies for theaters

    As a new season of Netflix's 'Daredevil' premieres, a big question about the future comic-superhero business model is whether Netflix could ever take a character like Daredevil back to the big screen in collaboration with a Disney or Marvel Studios.

    CNBC
  • Luke Cage: Netflix cancel Marvel show after two seasons

    The streaming service cancelled 'Iron Fist' just last week

    www.independent.co.uk
  • Luke Cage: Netflix cancels Marvel show after two seasons

    The streaming service cancelled 'Iron Fist' just last week

    www.independent.co.uk
  • Marvel universe a slice smaller with Cage cancellation

    The Marvel universe just got a slice smaller on Netflix with the cancellation of "Marvel's Luke Cage" after two seasons. The news Friday surprised fans and came a few weeks … Click to Continue

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  • 'Luke Cage' Cancelled at Netflix After Two Seasons

    And then there were two. Just days after giving the chop to Iron Fist, Netflix has also axed Luke Cage, cutting its small-screen Marvel universe in half. “Unfortunately, Marvel’s Luke Cage will not return for a third season," Marvel and Netflix told Deadline. "Everyone at Marvel Television and Netflix is grateful to the dedicated showrunner, writers, cast and crew who brought Harlem’s Hero to life for the past two seasons, and to all the fans who have supported the series.” The timing here is...

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  • Luke Cage canceled at Netflix after two seasons on heels of Iron Fist getting the ax

    Netflix dropped two seasons of the Marvel superhero show Luke Cage. But the streaming giant has now dropped the guillotine on the show and will not be bringing it back for a third.

    Mail Online
  • Luke Cage Cancelled at Netflix

    Netflix is parting ways with another superhero: The streaming service has cancelled Marvel’s Luke Cage after two seasons — and just a week after it axed Marvel’s Iron Fist — our sister site Deadline reports. “Unfortunately, Marvel’s Luke Cage will not return for a third season,” Marvel and Netflix said in a statement. “Everyone at Marvel Television and […]

    TVLine
  • And now Luke Cage has been canceled, too

    Anyone know someone looking to hire some out-of-work Heroes For Hire? Hot on the heels of the release of Daredevil Season 3—and the recent cancellation of Marvel’s Iron Fist—Variety reports that Luke Cagehas now been kicked to the streaming curb, too. Read more...

    News
  • Netflix Pulls The Plug On ‘Luke Cage’, No Season 3 For Marvel’s Harlem Hero

    EXCLUSIVE: One week after Iron Fist was canned and the same day that the long awaited third season of Daredevil launched, Netflix has canceled Luke Cage. Unfortunately, Marvel's Luke Cage will not return for a third season,” Marvel and the streaming service said on Friday. “Everyone at Marvel Television and Netflix is grateful to the dedicated showrunner, writers, cast and crew who brought Harlem's Hero to life for the past two seasons, and to all the fans who have…

    Deadline
  • Netflix’s cash-fueled road to streaming dominance

    Here are some notable numbers from Netflix: •130 million paying customers as of September •$14.9 billion in revenue in the past 12 months •$1.3 billion in profit for the same period •7.6 million more paid subscribers expected to be added in the last three months of 2018 •23 Emmy Awards this year, the same as HBO Here's another: $18.6 billion. That's the amount the Los Gatos company has committed to spending on content, including many shows that won't show up on the service for months or even...

    SFGate
  • Robert Patrick Boards Steven Soderbergh’s Panama Papers Netflix Drama ‘The Laundromat’

    EXCLUSIVE: The Scorpion and X-Files star is boarding Steven Soderbergh’s Netflix drama The Laundromat in the role of Captain Perry. Robert Patrick will join the production next week which includes the ensemble cast of Gary Oldman, Meryl Streep, Antonio Banderas,  David Schwimmer and Will Forte. Pic centers around one of the largest money laundering schemes ever. The Panama Papers refers to the documents that linked money laundering to politicians and powerful higher-ups…

    Deadline
  • These Are the Eight Best Hidden Gems on Netflix

    Don't sleep on these streaming masterpieces.

    GQ
  • Lucifer Adds Vinessa Vidotto to Play Amenadiel's Angel Sister in Season 4

    Another angel is getting her wings on Lucifer: Newcomer Vinessa Vidotto is joining the cast of the devilish drama as it moves from Fox to Netflix for Season 4, our sister site Deadline is reporting. Vidotto will recur as Remiel, an angel who idolizes her big brother Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside), but “also feels under-appreciated or […]

    TVLine
  • ‘Dead To Me’: Diana Maria Riva To Recur In Netflix Dark Comedy

    Man With A Plan and Telenovela alumna Diana Maria Riva has booked a key recurring role opposite Christina Applegate in Dead to Me, Netflix's half-hour dark comedy series from writer Liz Feldman, Will Ferrell and Adam McKay's Gloria Sanchez Prods. and CBS TV Studios. Written by Feldman, Dead to Me, which has a 10-episode straight-to-series order, has been described as a comedic Big Little Lies. It is about a powerful friendship that blossoms between Jen (Applegate), a…

    Deadline
  • Reviews: With love, sex and mystery from the U.K., 'Wanderlust,' 'Bodyguard' and 'The Woman in White'

    It is strange to remember, in this age of full-frontal, heavy breathing, American premium-cable sex madness, that respectable old PBS was once the hottest network around, thanks primarily to the importation of British series whose perceived seriousness let a little nudity or an “adult” situation...

    latimes.com
  • ‘Lucifer’: Vinessa Vidotto Gets Her Wings As Remiel

    The resurrected series Lucifer will be bringing along a new angel as it leaps over to Netflix: Vinessa Vidotto has been added to Season 4’s ensemble in the recurring role of Remiel. The role description calls Remiel a “classic little-sister” character who admires her eldest brother, the mighty Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside), but also feels under-appreciated or overshadowed while struggling to match his towering standards. Remiel idolizes her big brother but dealing with the…

    Deadline
  • 'Marvel's Daredevil' boss on season 3's epic one-take fight scene

    Warning: This article contains spoilers from episodes 1-6 of Marvel’s Daredevil season 3. Read at your own risk!  Marvel’s Daredevil has outdone itself with its latest hallway fight scene. In “Blindsided,” season 3’s fourth episode, Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) visits a prison to meet with the Albanian gang because he wants to know why Wilson Fisk (Vincent D’Onofrio) sold them out. Unfortunately, he ends up getting more than he bargained for because Fisk, who suspects he’s Daredevil, becomes aware...

    EW.com