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Chelsea Handler Quits Her Netflix Show, Because She’s Got Activism to Do

If it can be said that there's a silver lining about the election of the Trump administration, it's that it has gotten people for whom politics was a mere afterthought to bring the state of our country and the world front and center in their minds. That's certainly the effect Trump's election seems to have had on comedian and host, Chelsea Handler.

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Listen to the Stranger Things Season 2 Soundtrack Now

The soundtrack for the second season is currently on Spotify, and the original work of Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein, members of the band S U R V I V E is as perfectly synth-heavy as ever.

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New Punisher Trailer Is the Most Detailed yet, Plus We Finally Have a Release Date

We have our most comprehensive look at the upcoming Netflix/Marvel series featuring Jon Bernthal's Frank Castle ... and now we know when we'll get to binge-watch the show.

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New Bright Featurette Puts a Magic Wands In The Hands of Crooked Cops

In a new featurette for David Ayer’s new Netflix venture, Bright it goes deeper into the plot of the upcoming movie about modern-day L.A., with a slightly Dungeons & Dragons twist. There are orcs and elves and other fae folk in the world intermixed with humans. You know what that means, supernatural race metaphors! It reunites Will Smith and Joel Edgerton (from Suicide Squad) as Officers Ward (Smith), a human and Jakoby (Edgerton), an orc, in a buddy cop-like situation.

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Netflix Bets on Original Content, With 80 Original Films and 30 Anime Series in 2018

For 2018, Netflix aims to release even more original content, producing 80 films and 30 anime series.

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New Stranger Things Clip Answers Season 1’s Most Pressing Question

Turn back now if you want to go into season 2 of Stranger Things with a clean slate!

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With Dorothy & Alice, Netflix Is Making Crossover Fanfics Into Movies

So Get Yours Ready

Netflix has picked up the spec script for Dorothy & Alice, a new film in which Alice in Wonderland and Dorothy of Oz team up to save the world(s).

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Final Stranger Things Season 2 Trailer Turns Things Up to Eleven

Sure, we love us some Winona Ryder, and we think the four lead boys on Netflix's Stranger Things are awesome and adorable, but we'd be lying if we said that we didn't have a clear other favorite character on the show. Imma let you finish, Barb, but Millie Bobby Brown's Eleven is the greatest character of all time, and this final trailer for Stranger Things Season 2 gives us the most Eleven yet. Check it out after the jump!

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Creator of Netflix’s Marsha P. Johnson Documentary Accused of Stealing from Transgender Filmmaker Reina Gossett

Reina Gossett has claimed that director David France made The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson based on a grant application video she made with Sasha G. Wortzel.

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Can You Decipher Stranger Things‘s Creepy Montage Promo?

Can you figure out what Eleven's trying to say here, or is Netflix just trying to freak us out?

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Family Superhero Comic Raising Dion Now a Netflix Series Thanks to Michael B. Jordan

When I first read Dennis Liu's Raising Dion, the story of a widowed mother raising a superpowered child, I was grateful for its existence on so many levels. Now, even more people will be able to experience this story, because Netflix has just given it a 10-episode series order.

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Netflix Is Canceling Punisher Events at Comic Con and Elsewhere Due to Las Vegas Tragedy

The entire concept of the Punisher as a character has long been on rocky ground, but with the tragic events in Las Vegas last weekend, it feels weirder than ever to celebrate Frank Castle's personal, gun-heavy brand of justice. Despite planned appearances at New York Comic Con this weekend—and elsewhere—Netflix has decided it would be best for everyone if the show were to lay low for a bit.

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Netflix Has a Creepy Time Travel Original Coming in December

Sadly, it will have missed the Halloween season when it debuts on December 1, but Netflix's Dark looks like some wonderfully creepy time travel shenanigans, and its trailer feels right at home in the current spooky season. And if you're picking up Stranger Things vibes, the new show's creators are more than happy to encourage the comparison.

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Is The Punisher Going to Get Trauma Right?

In a recent Instagram promo for The Punisher, Marvel and Netflix seem to present Frank Castle's life of violence, loss, and military service as a wounding and confusing one, rather than a badass origin story. Could this be a sign of the series' approach to come?

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Netflix’s Teach Us All Shows Educational Inequality Didn’t End With Brown Vs. Board of Ed

In addition to creating searing documentaries about injustice, like her Emmy-winning 13th, Ava DuVernay also distributes worthwhile films from other talented filmmakers through her distribution company, ARRAY. The latest is a documentary called Teach Us All, which takes on the systemic inequality in education.

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This Video Analyzes Why The Hand Was Such a Boring Big Bad on the Marvel Netflix Series

YouTuber Patrick (H) Willems recently posted a video essay that addresses a key problem from the Marvel Netflix series: "Why is The Hand so boring?"

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In the Trailer for 1922, A Murdered Wife Returns to Haunt Her Husband With Rats

1922, which is based on Stephen King's novella of the same name, follows a man who is haunted by the wife he kills in rural Nebraska.

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Everything Coming to Netflix in October (But Mostly Stranger Things)

Hard to believe that September's already winding down and we're headed towards the height of fall—I'm anticipating pumpkin beer, cozy scarves, Halloween madness, and maybe picking an apple or two before going to the corn maze. But when we're inside, here's the new offerings Netflix will have to keep you entertained.

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The First Punisher Trailer Is Here, and It’s Intense as Hell

Netflix and Marvel released a full trailer for the upcoming Punisher series, and it is A Lot.

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BoJack Horseman Reveals He Plays Life Is Strange & You Cannot Convince Me It’s Not Canon

Twitter canon is the best canon.

When BoJack Horseman's fourth season premiered on Netflix earlier this month, the character's Twitter account spent a few days responding to pretty much everyone discussing the show online. This included Luc Baghadoust, the producer of DONTNOD's Life Is Strange. Clearly, he's a fan.

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