The start of a new month means new titles coming to and leaving the streaming sites. Today we’ve got a list of everything leaving Netflix and coming to the site throughout the month. The biggest news is that Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Thor: Ragnarok and a new Season of Luke Cage, and a weekly show from Michelle Wolf are hitting the Streaming site. And if you’re wanting to watch Captain America: Civil War again, you’ve got a few weeks left to check it out. Get ready to start binging!
Last week Netflix released the second season of the highly controversial show 13 Reasons Why. The first season of the High School Drama faced some severe backlash for it’s brutally realistic portrayal of rape and suicide. Many viewed that a second season would potentially be in bad taste, but the streaming giant advised that they were going to continue on with the show. A warning video featuring the cast of the show is displayed at the start of the first episode of season 2. Multiple episodes begin with a warning card about the subject matter of the following episode. And at the end of each episode, there is information about a site created by Netflix for resources for those facing crisis’ brought up in the show.
The start of a new month means new titles coming to and leaving the streaming sites. Today we’ve got a list of everything leaving Netflix and coming to the site throughout the month. Get ready to start binging!
It’s a tale as old as time. Or at least the dawn of Netflix. Each month brings new films to the streaming site as well as a hefty batch of films leaving the site. We’ve got the full list of films coming to the site in April and leaving the site throughout April below.
Netflix and Marvel have had a great track record in recent years with the TV shows based on Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist. As well as the Team-Up series, The Defenders. For the most part these shows have received praise from fans and critics alike for not only being solid material but truly realizing each of the titular characters. After the introduction of The Punisher in season 2 of Daredevil and the praise for Jon Berenthal’s performance as the gun toting vigilante, a TV series based on the character was greenlit. That show was released last weekend and may in fact be Marvel and Netflix’s best venture yet.
In the fall of 2013 it was announced that Marvel was working on creating TV series for Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist and Luke Cage. The plan being for them to all then group together in a separate team up series The Defenders. Netflix picked up the project, starting with Season 1 of Daredevil. Since then the properties have become huge Hits for Netflix and Marvel and have led to a second season for Daredevil, with a third on the way, second seasons of Jessica Jones and Luke Cage currently in production, a Punisher spinoff coming late this year and the group series Defenders hitting Netflix this August.
Voltron: Legendary Defenders Producers Joaquim Dos Santos, Lauren Montgomery and stars Bex Taylor Klaus and Tyler Lebine all attended a panel for the show at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. The panel began with the first episode of the upcoming season followed by the announcement that the new season would only be 7 episodes, but that additional episodes would be released in September.
Marvel brought it’s upcoming “event” TV series Inhumans to Comic-Con this year with a panel featuring the cast, and debuted a new trailer for the series which will premiere in IMAX theatres before being presented weekly on ABC. You can check out the new trailer below followed by our rundown of some of the most noteworthy aspects of the SDCC panel.