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    Netflix Renews Animated ‘Castlevania’ for Season Four

    Netflix has greenlit animated “Castlevania” for a fourth season less than one month after its current third season opened. Debuting on July 7, 2017, the series was originally planned as a film developed by producer Kevin Kolde and his company Project 51. Ultimately, the first two seasons adapted the 1989 entry “Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse” […]

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    Netflix Orders Animated ‘Angry Birds: Summer Madness’

    Netflix and independent entertainment company CAKE in partnership with Rovio Entertainment announce new animated series “Angry Birds: Summer Madness” based on the iconic world of the Angry Birds. The logline: Logline: The show sees much-loved birds Red, Bomb and Chuck, as well as a cast of brand new feathered friends, as tween birds at summer […]

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    Advantages of Cable TV in the USA

    Cable TV has long been the major source of televised entertainment for most American households. The favorite TV programs we have come to love can be easily accessed with just a push of the remote button. As technology in telecommunication has advanced, cable TV is facing stiff competition from video streaming sites and platforms like […]

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    What Are the Best Netflix Original Shows Right Now?

    Netflix, for so long the dominant streaming service available to the public, is now faced with some pretty sharp competition from services like HBO GO and Disney Plus. In order to keep its crown as the premier supplier of streamed media, Netflix is focusing heavily on producing original content with, so far, some excellent results. […]

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    Netflix Greenlights ‘Queer Eye’ for Season Six

    Netflix has ordered a sixth season of its revival of “Queer Eye” ahead of its fifth season this summer. The sixth season will see the quintet — Antoni Porowski (Food & Wine), Bobby Berk (Interior Design), Jonathan Van Ness (Grooming), Karamo Brown (Culture), and Tan France (Fashion) — return to their southern roots with a […]

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    Netflix to Adapt Call Your Daughter Home

    Netflix is developing “Call Your Daughter Home” by Deb Spera as a potential series . Spera will write the screen adaptation of her own book. The logline: The story is set in 1924 South Carolina and follows three women who have come to a crossroads. The three women seemingly have nothing in common, yet as […]

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