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Netflix Adds Another Original To Kids Slate, Expands Partnership With Rainbow Studios

Netflix and Rainbow Studios announced a new kids show to be added to Netflix’s original kids programming slate. It’s called Winx Club WOW: World of Winx, and is a spin-off of Italian cartoon Winx Club. The show will be available in all Netflix territories. The first season will be available by early 2016, and the second in the autumn of …

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Here’s What’s About To Hit Netflix (Including More ‘Parks & Rec’ And ‘Walking Dead’)

As you know, content comes and goes on Netflix. Each week, we’re bringing you a list of titles that you’ll be able to stream in the U.S. in the coming days. As always, dates are subject to change. This week should make a lot of people happy, as it includes additional seasons of Parks & Rec and The Walking Dead, …

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The Walking Dead: Season 4 Gets Netflix Release Date

Many Netflix subscribers are no doubt anxiously awaiting the addition of The Walking Dead: Season 4, especially as Season 5’s premiere gets closer. You can rest easy now knowing that it should appear on the service on September 28 (Sunday). As you may know, we get weekly lists of upcoming title additions from Netflix PR, and while these dates are …

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Netflix Gets ‘Peaky Blinders’ Exclusively In The U.S.

Netflix announced that it is exclusively getting the show Peaky Blinders in the U.S. The first season will become available at the end of the month thanks to a deal with The Weinstein Company and Endemol. The second season will become available in November. Here’s the official description: 1919. Birmingham, England. In a town overrun with gangs and guns, one …

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Netflix Announces New Popples (Yes, Popples) Series

If you’re a child of the 80s, you know what Popples are. They’re adorable little stuffed animal-like things that roll up into balls. I think I was in kindergarten or something when they came out. It was also a Saturday morning cartoon. Well, they’re back. Saban Brands and Netflix just announced a 26-episode run of a new original series, which …

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Hulu Greenlights Series Based On Stephen King Book ’11/22/63′

Hulu announced that it has greenlit a new original series called 11/22/63 based on the Stephen King novel of the same name. It comes from J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions, writer Bridget Carpenter and Warner Bros. Television. Abrams, King, Carpenter and Bryan Burk are all serving as executive producers. Bad Robot’s Kathy Lingg is co-executive producer, and Athena Wickham is …

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Netflix Examines Types Of Spoilers

Netflix shared some new survey results about spoilers today based on a poll by Harris Interactive. “Everyone has an opinion about them,” a Netflix spokesperson said in an email. “They’ve existed since the beginning of storytelling but lately they’ve taken on increased stature. In real life and online, viewers, passionate about their shows, couldn’t help themselves from openly talking about …

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Here’s What’s About To Hit Netflix

As you know, content comes and goes on Netflix. Each week, we’re bringing you a list of titles that you’ll be able to stream in the U.S. in the coming days. As always, dates are subject to change. Last week’s list originally included Arrow: Season 2, which never did become available (so far at least). With that in mind, I’ve …

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Sling Adds Chromecast Support

Google’s inexpensive Chromecast device keeps getting better and better, and it’s mostly not even by Google’s own hands (though the recent launch of screen mirroring was pretty big). More third-party apps continue to offer support, and today the device gets a big one. Sling, which lets people watch their own TV set-ups remotely by way of mobile app, now supports …

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Netflix Gives E-Team A Release Date

Netflix announced the release date for E-Team, which it’s dubbed a Netflix original. As you can see from the image above, it won the cinematography award for a U.S. documentary at Sundance (among other things). The documentary will debut across all Netflix territories on October 24h. Here’s Netflix’s official description: When human atrocities run rampant, when ruthless dictators hold a …

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Google Could Use Your TV Viewing As A Ranking Signal

It seems almost crazy to think that Google could deliver your search results based on what you’re watching on TV at any point in time, but it’s not out of the realm of possibility, and the company was even granted a patent to be able to to just that. Should Google use TV viewing as a ranking signal? Share your …

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Conan Checks In With Minecraft Inventor About Microsoft Acquisition

The big news on Monday was that Microsoft is buying Mojang, the company behind the hugely popular Minecraft, for $2.5 billion. Naturally, the subject came up on Conan, who checked in with the inventor of the game to see how he’s celebrating: The actual founders are leaving the company, but Mojang says most of the team will probably stay on …

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