December 1 Sherlock Gnomes
Craig of the Creek: Season 1, Part 1
We Bare Bears: Season 3, Part 2
Ben 10: Season 2, weekly episodes
Foster’s Home: A Lost Claus
Billy and Mandy Save Christmas
The Man Who Saved Christmas
Inspector Gadget Saves Christmas
Hollywood Hound’s Christmas
December 2 Escape At Dannemora, weekly episodes
The Other Side of Hope
December 3 Enemies: The President, Justice FBI – Part 3
Gabriel and the Mountain
The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (U.S.)
December 4 Urine Aid
At War with Love
December 5 The Edge of Seventeen
Max 2: White House Hero
December 6 All American: Season 1, weekly episodes
Death Wish (2018)
Man In An Orange Shirt (Miniseries)
Mexico’s Most Wanted
Unconditional Love Is a Universal Truth
DOGS Launches Globally on Netflix November 16
An elegant, engaging and cinematic verite documentary series celebrating the deep emotional bonds between people and their beloved four-legged best friends. The series tracks six incredible stories from across the globe including Syria, Japan, Costa Rica, Italy and the US – each proving that the unconditional love one feels for their dog is a beautiful universal truth. With episodes helmed by critically acclaimed directors including: Academy Award-nominated Amy Berg (Deliver Us From Evil), Academy Award-winning Roger Ross Williams (Life Animated, Music by Prudence), Academy Award-nominated Heidi Ewing (Jesus Camp, One of Us), Emmy Award-winning Richard Hankin (The Jinx) and Academy Award-winners T.J. Martin and Daniel Lindsay (Undefeated), Dogs takes us on an inspirational journey exploring the remarkable, perhaps even magical qualities that have given these animals such a
Netflix’s superb four-episode docuseries Evil Genius left many viewers with more questions than answers. Following the bizarre 2003 case of a man who robbed a bank with a bomb locked around his neck, the baffling investigation offered a winding road of intrigue and mystery as viewers attempted to solve what basically amounted to an inscrutable riddle. Who was the true mastermind behind the heinous scheme that resulted in the public death of Brian Wells? How involved was Mr. Wells?
Oxygen’s newest true-crime reality series The Price of Duty centers on a number of homicide detectives who reexamine the most haunting cases of their careers. Recounting their investigations and offering new perspectives and insights, the law enforcement officials open up about how these emotionally draining mysteries impacted and changed their lives forever. Last night’s ThePrice of Duty focused on Jerry Clark, the lead investigator for the FBI on the infamous Erie “Pizza Bomber” case
Bye Bye Litchfield – it’s a whole new world! Today, Netflix released the following teaser video, announcing the season six launch date of the original series, Orange Is the New Black. Season six premieres Friday, July 27 only on Netflix.
VIEW THE SEASON SIX PREMIERE DATE ANNOUNCEMENT HERE
NETFLIX RELEASES “13 REASONS WHY” SEASON 2 FIRST LOOK IMAGES
The tapes we’re just the beginning…
13 Reasons Why Season 2 picks up in the aftermath of Hannah’s death and the start of our characters’ complicated journeys toward healing and recovery. Liberty High prepares to go on trial, but someone will stop at nothing to keep the truth surrounding Hannah’s death concealed. A series of ominous polaroids lead Clay and his classmates to uncover a sickening secret and a conspiracy to cover it up.
13 Reasons Why Season 2 will launch gloablly on Netflix, May 18 2018.
Social Links: @13ReasonsWhy
Resources for S2:
In preparation for the launch of Season 2, new resources will be added to 13ReasonsWhy.info including an updated Discussion Guide and a new Discussion Series – a set of videos where cast address issues in the series including bullying, sexual
Obsessed with Netflix’s “Mindhunter”? We are too. It’s crime, it’s compelling, and best of all it’s about true events and people. The show is based on former FBI agent John E. Douglas’s memoir Mind Hunter: Inside the FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit. Not only did Douglas’s work inspire the character of Holden Ford on “Mindhunter,” but he was also reportedly the driving influential factor behind character Jack Crawford in “The Silence of the Lambs.” Here are four aspects of “Mindhunter” that are very real.
1. Ed Kemper’s dialogue
Actor Cameron Britton’s brilliant performance of serial killer Ed Kemper is as charismatic as it is chilling. Eerily, it wasn’t a writer who created Britton’s lines for the show. It was Kemper, the co-ed killer, himself. Several portions of dialogue in the show were directly lifted from interviews with the serial killer with a genius IQ.
The Huffington Post claims that a woman identified only as Victim B approached Andy Yeatman, the director of global kids content at Netflix, who was dismissive of her claims — saying quite plainly “we don’t believe them.”
Netflix has since offered a statement on the matter: “Mr. Yeatman’s comments were careless, uninformed and do not represent the views of the company. Further, he would have no insights into decision making on The Ranch. We are aware of the allegations against Danny Masterson and we are following the current investigation, and will respond if developments occur.”
A new Netflix documentary shows the incredible story about how an episode of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” was used to stop a man from being put to death for a crime he didn’t commit.
“Long Shot” tells the story of Juan Catalan, arrested for the murder of a 16-year-old girl in 2003.
NME reports that he had long maintained his innocence by saying he was at a Los Angeles Dodgers baseball game on the night of the crime. Catalan mentioned that it looked like somebody was filming something at the game, but he wasn’t sure what.
The filming was for the show “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” a 2004 episode in which Larry David takes a prostitute out to a ball game. Raw tapes of the episode revealed footage proving
Netflix has been at the forefront of what is being called a true crime revival with compelling docu-series ranging from avant-garde to straight-forward and investigatve. Now, the series is taking the genre in a totally different direction with an upcoming satirical program, titled American Vandal. The new show just released its first full trailer. Check it out, below:
The two-minute trailer is an almost perfect beat-by-beat parody of shows like Making A Murderer and The Keepers, this time depiciting the fallout of a local vandalism incident (involving crudely drawn penises) rather than a police coverup.
“This is just not the way I thought things were going to go. I was going to graduate high school, get my degree in engineering,” says high school senior Dylan Maxwell (Jimmy Tatro) in the trailer’s voiceover. “I know I didn’t do it.”
According to The Verge, the series is a collaboration between Dan Perrault, the brains behind ScreenJunkies’ Honest Trailers series, and Tony
Netflix’s controversial program “13 Reasons Why”has elicted concerned reactions from viewers since its debut.
The program, based on the 2007 novel of the same title by Jay Asher, which depicted the fallout of the suicide of a young teen, created a debate around images of self-harm and their dissemination in the media. Now, a new study shows that the show’s success may be linked to an uptick in teen suicides, leading researchers to ask Netflix to consider pausing production on the upcoming second season.
Researcher John Ayers of San Diego State University monitered discussions of suicide on the internet following the release of “13 Reasons Why.” Searches for the phrases “how to commit suicide” and “commit suicide” both saw a 26 and 18 percent increase in the months after the show’s debut — there were no other major cultural events pertaining to suicide that would have led to this increase,