Netflix's worldwide streaming dominance is wholly dependent on the strength of its original content. Fortunately for subscribers, a bunch of hot new shows are slated to appear this year. Here are ten compelling titles you might not have heard about - including one from Australia.
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We just wrapped up a killer year in TV, and it looks like 2018 is poised for similar excellence, thanks to all the long-awaited series returns (for both new seasons and midseason cliffhanger resolutions) and enticing brand-new shows. Here's your guide to what's on the horizon (along with a few that will have aired by the time you read this).
Predicting the future is near impossible -- but that doesn‘t stop us all from having a red hot go. Human beings have been predicting the future since the beginning of history and the results range from the hilarious to the downright uncanny.
One thing all future predictions have in common: they‘re rooted in our current understanding of how the world works. It‘s difficult to escape that mindset. We have no idea how technology will evolve, so our ideas are connected to the technology of today.
When it comes to televisions, bigger isn't always better. Yes, if you have a huge living room then a giant TV is great. However, if your living room is on the smaller side, then you can end up in a situation where you're sitting way too close to that massive screen, even when you're technically sitting on the other side of the room.
There are various reasons you might want to delete certain shows and movies from your Netflix viewing history. Maybe you "Netflix cheated" on your partner and want to hide the evidence. Maybe your kids keep using your account to watch crap about ponies and mermaids. Or maybe you accidentally clicked on Adam Sandler's Jack And Jill and need to erase this horrifying blot from existence.
Here's how to delete all those Netflix mistakes from your profile forever.
On January 1 2018, Aussie streaming service Stan unleashed Romper Stomper, a sequel to Geoffrey Wright’s controversy baiting 1992 movie of the same name. To commemorate the occasion, here are ten of the most controversial television shows of all time.
Some are here for what they showed on screen, others for what went on behind-the-scenes, but all caused phonelines to melt and the interwebs to explode.
The much-heralded sci-fi anthology show Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams has arrived on Aussie streaming service Stan. For those who missed the memo, it's based on ten short stories by visionary author Philip K. Dick, the man whose words inspired the cinematic brilliance of Blade Runner, Total Recall, A Scanner Darkly and Minority Report. To celebrate here are ten of the finest Sci-fi television shows you should be watching right now.
It's that time again. The new TV season is upon us, and as usual there are a bevy of returning shows and premieres to fill our evenings. With a list that daunting, we've taken it upon ourselves to gather together all the information you will need to make smart decisions about all the time you're about to spend watching TV.
If you're old enough to remember Vanilla Ice and snap-on armbands, you'll probably be pleased by the many throwbacks coming to US Netflix next month. Watch Vincent Vega plunge a syringe into Mia Wallace in Pulp Fiction! Or a refrigerator lurch after Sarah Goldfarb in Requiem for a Dream! Wow, the '90s were dark.
TV is a cutthroat business - whether it's cable, streaming or free-to-air. In 2017 and 2018, a bunch of beloved shows will be bidding adieu to their dwindling fan bases to make room for the next hopeful hit. Here are all the shows that you care about whose days are sadly numbered. Marco Polo, we hardly knew ye. *Sniff*
It's still cold outside, so we're spending more time cozying up indoors. That means more time for catching up on Netflix! We've figured out efficient ways to binge watch television shows -- now all that's left is figuring out what to watch.