In case you haven’t heard, “Wet Hot American Summer” is making a comeback — in Netflix form! The eight-episode miniseries will tell follow the story of the very first day at Camp Firewood in the summer of ’81. Original stars Amy Poehler, Bradley Cooper, Paul Rudd and Elizabeth Banks will return for the series, and while the trailer reveals pretty much nothing at this point, it’s clear that the series’ summer premiere is worth looking forward to! [Daily Dot]
I am addicted to Netflix, which is why I steal money from my sweet, elderly mother. I love her so much. She was always there for me growing up. But I just can’t get enough of Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright in “House Of Cards.” I watched both seasons in one weekend. I missed my best friend’s wedding, but what can I say? I had to have more “House of Cards.” Forgive me, but I love that sweet streaming goodness.
Do you Netflix? Do you watch in on a laptop? A tablet? A smart TV? I have all three. I duct taped trash bags over the windows of my apartment. Last month the power went out for a couple of hours and I couldn’t Netflix and I almost clawed my face off. Isn’t that funny? Isn’t it? Why aren’t you laughing? What’s your favorite show on Netflix? Keep reading »
We all have some sort of love/hate relationship with television. Whether it’s good, bad, or flat out ugly, it’s classic entertainment. Netflix, however, has introduced the ultimate movie/TV show lover’s paradise. When I say lover’s paradise, I also mean Netflix is one of the best boyfriends a girl can have. Through the good and the bad, he’s not going anywhere. Literally. Maybe you haven’t realized you’re in a committed relationship with him, but don’t worry – he’s happy to be with you (unlike the guy you’re actually kind of dating). Read more on College Candy…
Tina Fey is back! And, this trailer for her newest comedy, “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” premiering on Netflix in March, is a bright spot in the new television season. Ellie Kemper, the wide-eyed ingenue from “The Office” and “Bridesmaids,” plays Kimmy Schmidt, a woman rescued from a doomsday cult in Indiana who gets a new lease on life as an Upper East Side socialite’s nanny, played by the inimitable Jane Krakowski. It premieres March 6, and will most likely be released in its entirety, meaning you can cancel all weekend plans and blow through the entire series in one sitting, the way it was meant to be.
Finally, the season three trailer of “House of Cards” is here, and it’s honestly everything that I have been waiting for: Frank Underwood looking menacing in the Oval Office! Claire and her killer tousled pixie and sharp cheekbones that could cut glass, gazing pensively out a window! A figure in a dark suit, scurrying through a cemetary on a gorgeous day! America’s favorite political soap opera returns to Netflix on February 27th, and I am already readying my body for the high drama and scenery-chewing glory that awaits. Check out the trailer, above, and get ready: it’s gonna be a doozy.
This January, every single season and episode of “Friends” will be available on Netflix, giving us all 236 perfect excuses to hibernate in bed and never leave the house. But for those of you who don’t have over 7,000 hours to kill binge watching the gang at Central Perk, we’ve put together a quick list of some of the most noteworthy relationship moments between Ross & Rachel and Chandler & Monica. Start your New Year off with a sentimental walk down Memory Lane by skipping to these episodes for some of the most memorable moments in “Friends” romance.
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