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  1. Orphan Is The New Black Is Now Canon (Sorta)

    Youuuuuu've got cloooooooones!

    Did that headline confuse you? It was meant to.

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  2. Buckle Up! Netflix to Make New Magic School Bus Series

    I'm so glad I didn't stay home today!

    Children of the '90s, rejoice! According to the New York Times (and my research), Netflix is bringing The Magic School Bus back for more perpetual field trips starting with 26 half-hour episodes slated to stream in 2016. So it's not Star Trek, but it's not too far off either, huh, nerds?

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  3. Vincent D’Onofrio Joins The Netflix Daredevil Series As Classic Marvel Character

    Almost Totally Excellent

    No, not that one.

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  4. No, Netflix Is Not In Talks to Produce A New Star Trek Series. Probably.

    Set phasers to "tentative hopefulness tainted with fear."

    Yesterday an anonymous article fooled many on the Internet into thinking that Larry Nemecek, the Universe's highest Star Trek authority, had announced Netflix and CBS were in talks to create a new Trek series. Alas, it appears we are not worthy: Nemecek has (mostly) debunked the rumor.

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  5. Season Two of Orange is the New Black Is Live! Here’s an Arrested Development Mashup to Watch In Between Episodes [VIDEO]

    Five by Five

    Season two of Orange Is the New Black—or, as it it's frequently mistakenly called around these parts, Orange is the New Orphan Black—is live on Netflix as of midnight, and the recaps are already rolling in. If you're stuck at work and can only sneak-watch short vids, not entire episodes, Netflix cooked up this Arrested Development credits mashup to whet your appetite. OiNtB watchers, chime in: How many episodes have you watched in the 13 hours it's been out? Anybody done? (Hey, it's physically possible.) (via: Pajiba) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  6. Things We Saw Today: WALL-E’s Father

    Things We Saw Today

    We've all been saying it for years. On sale now at Qwertee. Art by Samiel.

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  7. Things We Saw Today: New Star Wars Writer and Director Meet the Big Boss

    Things We Saw Today

    I feel comfortable that a Star Wars spinoff is in the hands of such dorks. (Collider)

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  8. Marvel’s First Netflix Original Series Casts Boardwalk Empire’s Charlie Cox As Daredevil


    You might also know him as dreamy Tristan from Stardust or despicable Philip, Duke of Crowborough from Downton Abbey but soon audiences will know actor Charlie Cox as the Man Without Fear, Daredevil.  

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  9. Can’t Decide What to Watch? Take Netflix Roulette for a Spin

    And then you can be disappointed when it picks something not available for streaming!

    Netflix's catalogue of movies, shows, and comedy specials—and things that are so bad I refuse to put them in any of those categories—can be mind-numbingly large. So, how do you go about deciding what to watch? Try taking a spin on Netflix Roulette. Beware: unlike Russian roulette, you can wind up with 800 Bullets instead of just one.

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  10. Netflix Bug Mashes Summaries Together to Create the 10 New Must See Shows and Movies of 2014

    Almost Totally Excellent

    Netflix, this isn't a bug. It's a feature. Summary Bug is a twitter account that started documenting how their Netflix app would smash up the first four lines of a show or movie's summary with that last line of the next one.

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