Tag: Netflix

Netflix Is Showcasing Its Popular Food Shows at a New Restaurant

Netflix Is Showcasing Its Popular Food Shows at a New Restaurant

If you’ve ever been halfway through an episode of a Netflix cooking show and found yourself debating whether to take a bite out of the TV, you’ll want to keep reading. For the first time ever, Netflix is bringing some of its on-screen culinary creations to a real-life pop up restaurant. Netflix Bites, which opens […]

Why You Should Watch the New Netflix Film ‘What the Health’

Why You Should Watch the New Netflix Film ‘What the Health’

Vegans are taking over the planet!? It seems not, according to Netflix’s newest documentary What the Health. When I was scrolling through shows on my feed, the title struck me as an interesting play on words. Like many of us, I was intrigued, but I never expected a show about health to scare me more than a horror movie.

Bridgerton’s TV Series Impact On Modern Day Classical Music

Bridgerton’s TV Series Impact On Modern Day Classical Music

Each season, Bridgerton is effectively connecting genres and generations of timeless art, introducing those who might not have ever listened to classical music to now be adoring fans, all thanks to the hit show. Bridgerton was the most-watched show in English Netflix history, with now over 627 million hours viewed, introducing millions of people to the beauty of classical music. 

Ryan Murphy’s ‘Monster’ Anthology Series Will Follow the Menendez Brothers for Season 2

Ryan Murphy’s ‘Monster’ Anthology Series Will Follow the Menendez Brothers for Season 2

Ryan Murphy is set to continue his anthology series, ‘Monster’, by diving into the world of the Menendez brothers. The announcement follows the success and controversy of the first season of ‘Monster’ depicting the story of Jeffrey Dahmer. ‘Monster: The Lyle and Erik Menendez Story’ will tell the story of two brothers convicted for the murder of their parents.

Netflix apologizes for “Love Is Blind” live reunion delay

Netflix apologizes for “Love Is Blind” live reunion delay

Netflix took to twitter to apologize for the delays in the Love Is Blind live reunion show on Sunday night. The live reunion, scheduled for 8pm EST, marked the conclusion of season 4 of the hit reality tv show. Netflix users were able to access a waiting room 10 minutes before the start time.

Netflix is Removing These Shows and Movies This Month

Netflix is Removing These Shows and Movies This Month

If you have a Netflix membership, you’re probably aware that many titles are disappearing from Netflix without warning every day. These monthly clean-ups can be annoying, but if your favorite show or movie is being removed, there are always other streaming services offering access, like Amazon, Hulu, Peacock, or even Youtube. In order for you to catch them this month before they vanish, here is a compilation of everything being removed in March from Netflix US, including several titles that are labeled as Netflix Originals.

Penn Badgley Requested ‘no more’ Intimate Scenes in You season 4: ‘My marriage is important to me.’

Penn Badgley Requested ‘no more’ Intimate Scenes in You season 4: ‘My marriage is important to me.’

According to Penn Badgley, it was at his request that the intimate scenes in You’s fourth season were “phenomenally reduced.” In the most recent episode of the popular psychological thriller on Netflix, which debuted on Thursday (9 February), serial murderer Joe from Badlegy brings his pranks to London. In a special episode of the actor’s podcast Podcrushed, which he co-hosts with friends in the business Nava Kavelin and Sophie Ansari, Badgley revealed that he had requested Sera Gamble, the show’s creator, “Can I just do no more intimacy sequences” before the start of the show’s most recent season.

How ‘Russian Doll’ Related to Our Life During the Pandemic

How ‘Russian Doll’ Related to Our Life During the Pandemic

A year before the pandemic, Nadia (Natasha Lyonne), a lifelong New Yorker was caught in a time loop the night of her 36th birthday in the first season of the Netflix show Russian Doll. The show shows Nadia being stuck in a time loop that always restarts in her friend’s super cool cosmic bathroom during her birthday party, with Harry Nilsson’s soundtrack “Gotta Get Up” playing. That time loop would always end with Nadia’s death; it made her wonder if she was really dead and how can she get out of this loop.

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