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  1. Verizon Fios Soon to Offer “Custom” Channel Packages to Lure You Back to Cable TV

    Netflix and Hulu can be heard laughing maniacally.

    Hey, do you remember how you used to have to pay a Cable provider a bunch of money to watch approximately 5% of the channels that paid for? Or maybe you still do, because there's a show or two you just can't get through an alternative service? Either way, Verizon wants to get back in your good graces by offering custom-tailored cable channel packages.

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  2. The Mary Sue Interview: Daredevil‘s Deborah Ann Woll Speaks For Us, Says We Need More Strong Ladies Repping Marvel & DC

    Karen Page-ing more great female characters!

    It’s been quite the week for women in the superhero realm. Not only did we lose Michelle MacLaren, our original director for Wonder Woman (sigh), but we also gained a new one in Patty Jenkins (yay!). But just because we got our way in the end (props to DC for keeping with a promising lady director and not going with some less-than-wonderful male name!) doesn’t mean we shouldn’t stop campaigning for more gender equality within the genre. Just ask Karen Page.

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  3. First Look at Mike Colter as Netflix’s Luke Cage is Predictably Bad-Ass

    Even Power Man needs to helmet up.

    Yesterday we got our first look at David Tennant's purple(ish) man, and now we're finally getting a glimpse of Mike Colter as Marvel's Hero for Hire Luke Cage.

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  4. Netflix Announces Audio Description for the Blind Starting With Daredevil TODAY

    Yesterday, we wrote about how Marvel's Daredevil was an uncomfortably ironic display of Netflix's lack of accessibility for the blind, and like one of life's little gifts, today we get to happily report that they're rolling out an audio description option—starting with Daredevil!

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  5. Daredevil Recaps: “Into the Ring” and “Cut Man”

    Marvel: The Studio Without Fear.

    Prepare yourself for Marvel's inevitable takeover of television.

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  6. Prepare Yourself for a New How To Train Your Dragon Series, Coming to Netflix This June

    Welcome back, dragon rider.

    Hiccup and Toothless are up for another adventure! How to Train Your Dragon fans will be glad to know that the duo and their friends will be debuting in a new series on Netflix this summer.

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  7. Marvel’s Daredevil Painfully Highlights Netflix’s Lack of Accessibility for the Blind

    Much like closed captions exist to allow the deaf to enjoy TV and movies alongside the hearing, the blind have descriptive narration—sometimes. As great as an audio track that describes on-screen action for those who can't see it is, it's not nearly as widespread as captions, and it's completely missing from Netflix streaming. While this problem didn't just suddenly appear, Netflix and Marvel's new show starring a blind superhero made it too uncomfortably ironic to continue.

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  8. Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin Are Hilarious in the Trailer for Grace and Frankie, Their New Netflix Comedy

    Eat this, network television.

    Though this one does also star two network favorites. Grace and Frankie hits Netflix on May 8.

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  9. Burn Notice, Apple: New Netflix Watch Offers Convenient Streaming Anytime, Anywhere

    Because when you want to watch Bloodline, you want to watch Bloodline NOW.

    A true Binge Watch, courtesy of some of Netflix's finest trolls. Can't wait for Netflix Glass!

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  10. The First Orange Is the New Black Season 3 Trailer Is Sorry Not Sorry

    Meanwhile, Uzo Aduba is not sorry for continuing to steal the show when it returns for season 3 on June 12.

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  11. Things We Saw Today: Batgirl Encourages You To Read!

    Reading is cool, kids!

    This poster and bookmarks for the American Library Association feature Babs encouraging young readers to pick up a book and get busy. It's even drawn by Batgirl artist Babs Tarr!

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  12. Netflix Announces Supernatural Series Montauk; Could This Be Netflix’s Lost?

    I mean, both have lighthouses, right?

    Netflix is adding another supernatural original series to its roster! Montauk, created by brothers Matt and Ross Duffer (Hidden, Wayward Pines), is an eight-episode series set in 1980 in Montauk, the easternmost point on Long Island, NY.

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  13. Playmobil’s Netflix TV Show SUPER 4 Looks Super Fun

    "Ruby" is the best pirate name, imho.

    If, like me, you grew up with Playmobil constantly underfoot, take heart: with a Netflix series set to premiere next week, the classic toys are now bigger than ever. That means we're not old yet, right?

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  14. Netflix “ThisClose” to Ordering Full House Reunion Series Fuller House


    Following talk going back to last summer, TVLine recently got word that Netflix is "thisclose" to ordering Fuller House, a 13-episode multi-cam series following the adult lives of DJ Tanner (played by Candace Cameron Bure) and her BFF, Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber).

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  15. Netflix and Marvel Announce Luke Cage‘s New Showrunner

    Score another one for diversity in Hollywood!

    In This Is Just Freaking Perfect news, Netflix and Marvel announced today that Cheo Hodari Coker will be Executive Producer and showrunner of their upcoming show Luke Cage, scheduled to premiere in 2016.

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  16. This New Daredevil TV Spot Is Full of Delicious Backstory

    We've generally stopped getting excited over the myriad trailers and TV spots that we get way in advance of new movies and TV shows (there are so many and they never tell us anything), but this new spot for Netflix's Daredevil is has a surprising amount of goodness for just thirty seconds. We're ready to binge, Netflix.

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  17. 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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  18. 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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  19. 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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  20. 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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