Narcos is a stylized account of the Colombian drug network Medellín Cartel and its prime co-founder, the charismatic drug lord and politician Pablo Escobar. The new series arrives at Netflix on 8/28/15.
A murder somehow links eight strangers’ minds, giving them access to each other’s senses, skills and knowledge, but also puts all of their lives in great danger. A Netflix exclusive series from the Wachowskis and J. Michael Straczynski.
Netflix had House of Cards’ Kevin Spacey and Daredevil’s Charlie Cox interview each other about their respective shows. Watch the actors’ lighthearted banter and see if Charlie can catch a cue card before their chat ends.
This fight scene from the first season of the Netflix exclusive series Daredevil was done in one take. It’s not as ambitious as True Detective‘s tracking scene, but it’s still well choreographed without being too mechanical.
The ladies of Litchfield Penitentiary return for a third season as relationships are tested, tempers flare, Big Boo gets a new hairdo, and Crazy Eyes expresses her deepest fantasies. Drops 6/12 on Netflix for all your binge-watching needs.
From David Gelb, the director behind the legendary documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi, comes Chef’s Table. The Netflix series provides an intimate look at the lives of the world’s most renowned chefs. Premieres 4/26.
Ricky Gervais was booked by Australian broadband network Optus to promote their new Netflix integration. But Ricky decided to completely phone in the job, resulting in the most apathetic commercial you’ve ever seen.
Frank and Claire are finally at the top. But is it all downhill from here? Will their greatest threat be from outside, or from within? And why are YouTube commenters such trolls? Seriously it’s a spoiler fest in there.
An upcoming Netflix exclusive series. Bloodline is about the Rayburns, a respected family in the Florida Keys. When the black sheep of their family comes home for their reunion, he threatens to expose their dark past. Drops 3/20.
Lawyer by day, vigilante by night. This upcoming Netflix series by Steven S. DeKnight (Spartacus) is about Matt Murdock, who developed superior sensory perception after being blinded at a young age. Season one drops 4/10/15.
(NSFW) Marco Polo is about the legendary Italian explorer’s adventures in the court of the 13th century Mongol conqueror and Chinese emperor Kublai Khan. Premieres on the History Channel Netflix on 12/14.
Don’t have the patience to sit through an entire film to get to the dénouement? Netflix now has a site where you can watch just the spoilers from TV and movies. They’re also tracking public opinion on when a spoiler is common knowledge.
A Netflix original, Print the Legend is a feature-length documentary about 3D printing, one of the most promising technologies today. The film is anchored on the histories of 3D printer manufacturers MakerBot and Formlabs.
A Netflix original anime series based on the eponymous manga (not the Muse track) follows a young man living among the last living humans, who abandoned Earth as it was destroyed by alien monsters. Premieres 7/4/14. Captions on.
(NSFW) Will Arnett voices a washed up sitcom horse in the upcoming Netflix original BoJack Horseman. The adult cartoon will also feature the voices of Amy Sedaris, Alison Brie and Aaron Paul. Premieres 8/22.
Ah… remember video stores? BuzzFeed Yellow envisions what today’s rental shops might be like if they acted more like Netflix, with its incessant and weird recommendations, and often limited library. At least they make goodoriginalseries.
Netflix goes above and beyond the call of duty by making a trailer – and a behind the scenes video – for one of its most senseless shows, Fireplace for your Home. Orange is the New Black? House of Cards? Pshhh. Place of Fire yo!
(NSFW: Language) We were quite enamored of Steven Van Zandt’s quirky Norwegian fish-out-of-water comedy Lillyhammer when it came out on Netflix, and have been dying to know when Season Two might emerge: December 13th.
You’re done with watching your Netflix disc, and feeling a little bored. Why not get out a Sharpie and send a little illustrated love back to the Netflix guys to keep them entertained in the mail room?