Saru From Star Trek: Discovery Gives Sensible, Practical Workplace Advice

In a delightful short video posted by the Star Trek: Discovery Twitter account, Doug Jones, the master of makeup and disguise who plays the kindly Saru on Discovery, takes some time out of his day to answer some fan questions, offering Saru’s advice on a variety of common workplace problems. Read More >>

Netflix’s The Punisher and Jessica Jones Are Officially Cancelled

Frank Castle might still be stuck in the war zone of his mind, but Netflix’s The Punisher has come to an end after two seasons. His Marvel compatriot, Jessica Jones, will also see her story end – but it’ll be after the third season of Jessica Jones airs. This news comes courtesy of Deadline today. Read More >>

Star Trek: Discovery’s Stars Reveal More About Last Night’s Big Surprise

Star Trek: Discovery’s stars finally got a chance to talk more in depth about a big plot kept secret for a while. Read More >>

Binge-Watch Netflix Shows if You Don’t Want Them Cancelled, Says Showrunner

We've all been sucked into the time vortex of an amazing Netflix series, where you just watch episode after episode and entire days go by without you noticing. But that doesn't mean we want to watch every series that way, or feel pressured to. Read More >>

We Have New Details About The Breaking Bad Movie

We can never get enough Breaking Bad, so we're excited to hear some new details about the feature-length new episode that's coming to Netflix. Read More >>

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The One Choice You Weren’t Given In Black Mirror: Bandersnatch 

When Black Mirror: Bandersnatch was released on Netflix last December, it was fairly obvious that the choose-your-own-adventure experiment represented a fresh step in data collection for the streaming service. And as we reported yesterday, a researcher has offered proof that Netflix is storing and mining your choices. Surprisingly, that’s actually a good reason to feel optimistic. Read More >>

We May Finally See Apple’s Streaming Service and Netflix Rival Very Soon

We may finally get Apple’s long-awaited streaming service in mere months. Bloomberg reported Wednesday that the company plans to (finally) introduce us to its video streaming competitor to Netflix at a March 25 event. Read More >>

Man Uses GDPR to Find That Netflix Hoards All Your Bandersnatch Choices

Turns out Netflix has a big stash of all the choices everyone has ever made in Bandersnatch, including you (if you've watched it). Read More >>

You Won’t Be Able to Watch Captain Marvel on Netflix

Fun fact: the “+” in Disney+ stands for “more,” obviously, but also “not available on Netflix, sorry.” Read More >>

Gwyneth Paltrow’s ‘Goop’ Is Getting A Netflix Series

Apparently, there's no end to the audience for Gwyneth Paltrow's vagina-egg-peddling, lawsuit-settling women's "health" brand, Goop. Read More >>

Art World Thriller Velvet Buzzsaw Owes its Existence, Improbably, to Superman Lives

The failure of Tim Burton’s Superman Lives is one of the most legendary flops in the film industry. It’s so big, its failure is still inspiring movies. Read More >>

Zack Snyder’s Next Movie Will Be an ‘Epic and Crazy’ Zombie Heist for Netflix

What happens when a group of mercenaries attempts to invade a zombie quarantine zone and rob a casino? We don’t know, but Zack Snyder is about to show us. Read More >>

Netflix Has Better Movies Than Anyone, According to Rotten Tomatoes

At this point, it’s become a general feeling – a malaise if you will – that Netflix’s selection of movies sucks. I don’t have hard data for this, I just feel it and I see people flip out about it regularly. But what if I told you it doesn’t suck? That’s a fact, according to Rotten Tomatoes. Read More >>

Gerard Way’s New Track For Umbrella Academy is an Absolute Banger

If I had to be reborn as any person, I’d pick Gerard Way. Great writer? Great musician (if you’re a Millennial, anyway)? Dude is unstoppable lately. And the song he put out for the newest wave of Umbrella Academy promotion just totally rules. Read More >>

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Discovery Is Laying the Groundwork for Another Classic Star Trek Debate to Begin Anew

The earliest episodes of Discovery’s first season set up a battlefield for an argument underlying the entire history of Star Trek: how do we reconcile Starfleet as a scientific and militaristic entity? It seems like the second season is setting up an equally familiar debate: one between faith and logic, and the perils of leaning a little too much between one or the other. Read More >>