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  1. Netflix Will Be There For You With Tons of New Shows & Movies This January

    Could I be more excited?

    If you are anything like us, then you would like to spend as much of your holiday season as possible prostrate on the couch marathoning as many movies and TV shows as you can. Apparently Netflix knows what we like, because they're giving us the gift of a bunch of new stuff to watch this holiday.

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  2. Krysten Ritter Talks About Jessica Jones And Female Showrunners And Also Wins Our Hearts

    F*cking rad.

    We won't be seeing Jessica Jones hit the small screen for some time, but newly-cast Krysten Ritter is always working overtime to win us over with her foul mouth and her love of ladies in the industry.

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  3. Krysten Ritter Cast As Marvel’s Jessica Jones; Mike Colter Top Choice To Play Luke Cage

    A-Holes, meet the B.

    The search for Marvel's Jessica Jones has come to a close: according to Deadline, Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23 star Krysten Ritter has "been tapped" to play the superhero-turned-detective.

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  4. Ready, Set, Stream: Here Are The Movies To Watch Before Netflix’s End-of-November Cull

    T-MINUS 5 DAYS, EVERYONE.

    If you're going to be feasting with family and friends this Thanksgiving, congrats! But if distance and circumstance have you spending a couple of days off work this week with not much to do, there's always Netflix—and now's a great time to catch up on some awesome shows and movies you might otherwise miss!

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  5. Things We Saw Today: The #SaveStorm Campaign Needs YOU

    Still reeling from the recent loss of Marvel's She-Hulk title, as well as Elektra? It looks like another female-led series might be on the chopping block next—Storm. A social media campaign's been created to champion for Ororo's book; Brett White at Comic Book Resources has more on the subject.

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  6. New Tina Fey-Created Comedy Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Gets Two Seasons On Netflix!

    Put it in front of my face immediately.

    In what will probably be the best move for the show ever, the Tina Fey-created, Ellie Kemper-starring comedy Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt has departed from NBC, and has instead been picked up for two seasons on Netflix.

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  7. Heroes For Hire: Here Are The Actors Testing To Play Netflix’s Jessica Jones And Luke Cage

    It's all happening!

    We've heard agonizingly little about the Jessica Jones Netflix series since it was announced over a year ago, but Deadline just dropped a whole lot of names that are rumored to be in consideration for the role of the titular superhero-turned-PI and her friend/eventual husband Luke Cage.

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  8. What A Bad Beginning: Netflix And Lemony Snicket To Re-Adapt A Series Of Unfortunate Events

    Doilies for everyone!

    What depressing, repugnant, excellent news: Netflix and author Daniel Handler (aka Lemony Snicket) are uniting to re-adapt the beloved children's series A Series of Unfortunate Events.

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  9. Daredevil Unveils New Cast And Images at New York Comic Con

    Featuring ginger Matt Murdock!

    There hasn't been a heck of a lot of news about Netflix's Daredevil: We've gotten some rad casting an less-than-official set pics, but other than that, things've been pretty scant. We got a few more tidbits at yesterday's NYCC panel, though, where two new images and a poster were unveiled. A distinctly ginger Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock is above—here are the other two:

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  10. Adam Sandler Signs On To Do Four Movies With Netflix, Because It “Rhymes With Wet Chicks”

    A compelling argument.

    Well, this is certainly a weird direction to go after announcing a Crouching Tiger sequel.

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