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  1. AKA Jessica Jones Set Images Hint at Possible LGBTQ+ Relationship

    But will Krysten Ritter get in on that action? (Shut up. I still miss Don't Trust the B--)

    We're already pretty excited about Marvel's upcoming Netflix series, AKA Jessica Jones, starring Krysten Ritter as Jessica Jones, Mike Colter as Luke Cage, and Carrie-Anne Moss as Harper, a new character created for the show that Marvel describes as "a no-nonsense woman who could prove a powerful ally to Jessica... if Jessica doesn't completely alienate her first."

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  2. Bojack Horseman Creative Team Talk Comedy’s “Male as Default” Problem on NPR

    "If we can normalize the idea of women existing, that's the least we can do."

    Back in January, a Tumblr post from Bojack Horseman series creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg gained a lot of attention for its discussion of comedy's tendency to automatically use male, white characters as the norm.

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  3. Go Go Nostalgia! Watch the First Trailer for Netflix’s Inspector Gadget Reboot

    Gadgets and Gizmos aplenty.

    Our personal feelings about 3D-animated reboots aside, Netflix's Inspector Gadget series (premiering March 27th) seems like it might actually have a lot to offer younger viewers who aren't already indoctrinated in the bumbling cyborg's ways. What do you think, friends?

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  4. Awwww! Legend of Zelda Not Coming to Netflix After All

    Cue Sad Trombone

    Despite news earlier this year about Netflix developing a Legend of Zelda series, Nintendo's CEO has since commented to tell us that the original report in The Wall Street Journal was inaccurate.

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  5. Why You Should Make Netflix’s Bloodline Your Next Binge-Watch

    The familiar dynamics of siblings are showcased for TV’s best new ensemble.

    Netflix has entered the original TV production game to, let's say, mixed result. House of Cards, Kimmy Schmidt, and Orange is the New Black are all smart, fresh shows with their own not insignificant sets of problems. Now, they've made their venture into family drama with Bloodline, an interesting idea not just because it’s from the creators of Damages, but also because it might have the best ensemble cast working today.

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  6. Let’s Talk About Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt & Its Dealings With Race

    One of the biggest post-binge discussions around the new Tina Fey-produced, Ellie Kemper-starring Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt has been the one about the show's relationship with race. It is an obviously complicated, obviously volatile issue. So let's talk about it.

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  7. Take a Gander at all the Netflix Titles We’re Losing and Gaining in April

    Parting is such sweet sorrow.

    Get ready for an Iranian feminist vampire western, The Babadook, and, of course, Marvel's Daredevil!

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  8. New Full-Length Daredevil Trailer Is Here, Moody as Heck

    Gritty! Dark! D'onofrio!

    Guys, Daredevil is going to be here (by which I mean on Netflix, of course) so soon!

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  9. Things We Saw Today: Fannibals Rejoice, Here’s Your Hannibal Premiere Date

    Gillian, stahp.

    Ugh, this picture is perfection.

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  10. Mike Colter Talks About What It’s Like To Be Luke Cage, Gets Pumped For All The Grittiness

    Spoiler alert: it sounds neat.

    You ever notice how when people complain about traditionally white superhero characters being played by POC actors and they start bringing up traditionally black roles to whitewash in retaliation, it's usually either Shaft or Black Panther? Luke Cage tends to stay mostly below the radar—which is honestly surprising, especially considering that he'll soon be a very important part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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