Bill Milner, Maisie Williams, Rory Kinnear, and Miranda Richardson star in this Netflix original film about a boy who finds himself with strange powers after being attacked by thugs, and bits of his smartphone end up wedged in his brain. Based on the book by Kevin Brooks.
Kari Byron, Tory Belleci, and Grant Imahara return with their own series, in which they’ll head “down the rabbit hole to investigate weird and wonderful events from pop culture, science and history.” So basically it’s Mythbusters 2.0. Coming to Netflix 12/9/16.
The trailer for Netflix’s adaptation of Lemony Snicket’s dark kid’s book series introduces us to the Baudelaire orphans as they have their first encounter with their loathsome new guardian Count Olaf. We’re getting an Addams Family movie vibe, and that’s a good thing.
Netflix offers another brief tease of its upcoming adaptation of Lemony Snicket’s classic book series, this time giving us our first glimpse at the villainous Count Olaf, as played by the always wonderful Neil Patrick Harris. We’ve blocked out our calendars for 1/13/16.
“Look away before this dire tale is even filmed, and avoid the cruel whimsy and whimsical cruelty of what’s to come.” Netflix is going to release a serial adaptation of A Series of Unfortunate Events. Naturally, Lemony Snicket doesn’t want you to see it. Premieres 1/13/17.
A Netflix documentary about the Syrian Civil Defense, commonly known as White Helmets after their distinctive protective gear. They are unarmed volunteers that rescue civilians caught in bombing strikes. According to the BBC, they have saved 56,000 lives so far. Premieres 9/16.
Luke Cage rips the doors of the place for a fight sequence that was clearly devised to evoke memories of the epic hallway fight sequence from the first season of Daredevil, only Luke doesn’t bleed quite as easily as Matt Murdock. Season 1 drops on Netflix 9/30/16.
A Netflix series which pays homage to ’80s sci-fi flicks like E.T. and Poltergeist, about a young boy who vanishes, and the community’s search for answers that leads to a web of government intrigue, and the discovery of strange supernatural forces. Premieres 7/15/16.
(PG-13: Language) Paul Rudd plays a writer who becomes a caregiver in a bid to start anew after his disastrous marriage. His first client is an obnoxious and paralyzed teen played by Craig Roberts (Neighbors). Based on Jonathan Evison’s novel. Premieres 6/24/16 on Netflix.
Take a look at the new Lion Force crew and robots in the first full trailer for Netflix’s Voltron: Legendary Defender. If the cartoon’s tone and action seem familiar, that’s because its showrunners used to work on Nick’s sublime Avatar series. Form hype and hype!
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