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Even the Obamas Work for Netflix Now Even the Obamas Work for Netflix Now

The Obamas are about enter into your Netflix queue. The New York Times reported on Monday that Netflix has partnered with Higher Ground Productions, a company created by the former president and first lady, to produce content for the streaming service. The content that will be produced remains up in the air, as last…

The She-Ra Reboot Debuts the First Shadowy Look at the New Princess of Power The She-Ra Reboot Debuts the First Shadowy Look at the New Princess of Power

She may be cloaked in shadow, but this is our first glimpse at the all-new Princess of Power, making her way to Netflix soon. And now we know who will be voicing She-Ra and her friends (and villains), too

Sense8's First Finale Trailer Promises Action and Answers

Sense8, the feverish dream orgy concocted by Lana Wachowski (in collaboration with people like her sister Lilly Wachowski, J. Michael Straczynski, Tom Tykwer, and James McTeigue) was canceled after airing a truly exceptional finale that asked big questions—and more crucially—promised actual answers. Now it’s getting …

Netflix: We're Going to Have Churned Out 1,000 Originals By the End of the Year Netflix: We're Going to Have Churned Out 1,000 Originals By the End of the Year

Streaming giant Netflix, which has been aggressively pursuing an original content strategy at the same time it’s lost a great deal of its licensed content, says it is on track to have created over 1,000 original shows and movies by the end of the year.

It Looks Like Jessica Jones Is Finally Trying to Address Its Diversity Problem It Looks Like Jessica Jones Is Finally Trying to Address Its Diversity Problem

While details about Jessica Jones’ upcoming third season are still sparse, the latest bit of casting buzz suggests that the season might try to correct one of the show’s most glaring and problematic issues. Though Jessica Jones has consistently been one of the stronger and more interesting parts of Netflix’s branch of…

Let’s All Pray Something Like The Rain Never Happens in Real Life Let’s All Pray Something Like The Rain Never Happens in Real Life

The apocalypse in Netflix’s new eco-disaster series The Rain happens with frightening speed. One minute, high schooler Simone is joshing with her friends and flirting with a boy. The next, her family’s racing down the highway in their car and then leaving it behind to run through the woods on foot. And when the clouds…

The New Luke Cage Trailer Debuts a Villain Who Can Break the Unbreakable Man

Luke Cage isn’t a trained fighter, an expert private investigator, or a warrior blessed with mystical energies, but he is a damn-near indestructible hero with a good head on his shoulders and a solid moral compass. But how does an unbreakable man fight someone who can render him completely vulnerable? Netflix’s new…

Anon Is a Scifi Movie That Shows How the Singularity Is Going to Screw Us All Anon Is a Scifi Movie That Shows How the Singularity Is Going to Screw Us All

In the alt-reality of Anon, everyone’s brain is hooked up to a massive shared network and authorities can see what you’re seeing whenever they want. There’s no real crime but no privacy either. If you try to keep your life to yourself, you’re a major threat to society.

There's One Episode of ReBoot: The Guardian Code That's Actually Worth Watching There's One Episode of ReBoot: The Guardian Code That's Actually Worth Watching

You’d be forgiven for having forgotten (or deciding not to) watch ReBoot: The Guardian Code, an airless reboot of the beloved ‘90s CGI cartoon that premiered on Netflix at the end of March. The show is, put simply, quite bad and a far, far cry from the original. But there is one episode you might want to watch.

The Nerd's Watch: All the TV and Movies Streaming in May That You Actually Care About The Nerd's Watch: All the TV and Movies Streaming in May That You Actually Care About

These days, knowing everything that’s coming to the popular streaming services is incredibly useful, but it can be hard to sift through all the titles to find the geeky things you’ll really want to watch. io9 is here to help—as your humble stewards, we’ve whittled down the new-addition lists to just the cool, nerdy,…

Michael B. Jordan's Next Comic Book Project Is Headed to Netflix Michael B. Jordan's Next Comic Book Project Is Headed to Netflix

Hot off his stellar turn in Black Panther, Michael B. Jordan has another superhero project in the works—one that is now heading to Netflix.

How Are Marvel's Television Shows Going to Address Infinity War's Devastating Ending? How Are Marvel's Television Shows Going to Address Infinity War's Devastating Ending?

The Avengers finally went up against Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War and set events in motion that could change the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe. Which means, of course, that Marvel’s television shows are going to have to address what happened in Infinity War. Right?

Aggretsuko Is All of Us and We Are All Aggretsuko

There comes a point in every young professional’s life when they find themselves sitting in a dreary office and wondering, “What am I doing? Who am I? Is this really all there is to life?” These thoughts are typically followed by the consumption of alcohol and, in Aggretsuko’s case, a side of death metal karaoke.

Luke Cage Shows All the Way Off in the First Clip From Season Two

Luke Cage may be having more fun in this 50-second Marvel television clip than he got to have in the entirety of season one of his Netflix show.

Netflix's The Rain Trailer Shows the Horror of a Precipitation Post-Apocalypse Netflix's The Rain Trailer Shows the Horror of a Precipitation Post-Apocalypse

The first teaser for The Rain offered up only glimpses of the Danish-made horror drama coming to Netflix. A new trailer just dropped, and it gives a deeper glimpse of what life is like in a world where water from the sky killed millions of people.

Buckle Up, Netflix Is Making a Fast & Furious Animated Series Buckle Up, Netflix Is Making a Fast & Furious Animated Series

Netflix announced today that it’s teaming up with Dreamworks Animation to create a spinoff show based on the popular feature film franchise, The Fast and the Furious. Hint: It’s about family.

Amazon and Netflix Are Suing a Shady Streaming Service for $150,000 Per Copyright Violation Amazon and Netflix Are Suing a Shady Streaming Service for $150,000 Per Copyright Violation

Amazon, Netflix, and several major Hollywood studios are all suing Set TV, a seemingly too-good-to-be-true streaming service that offers 500 channels for $20 per month. The copyright suit seeks $150,000 per work infringed, and it sure looks like they have a case against the cord-cutting company.

How the Marvel Cinematic Universe Left Its TV Side Behind  How the Marvel Cinematic Universe Left Its TV Side Behind 

Next month, the Marvel Cinematic Universe celebrates a grand achievement—just a week after the release of Avengers: Infinity War, it will have been 10 years since Iron Man hit theaters on May 2, 2008. Five years after Marvel effectively created its Cinematic Universe, the company’s TV division launched an equally bold…

Parker Posey Talks About 'Oh, the Pain' of Playing the Iconic Doctor Smith on Lost in Space Parker Posey Talks About 'Oh, the Pain' of Playing the Iconic Doctor Smith on Lost in Space

Parker Posey may be known more as an indie darling than an action star, but there’s something else almost no one knows her as: a bonafide Lost in Space fan.

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