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Here’s Everything Coming to Netflix in August

24/07/2021

August will see a particularly large and exciting influx of new shows, documentaries, films, and anime heading to Netflix. Finally premiering on the platform is the long-awaited Sandra Oh comedy, The Chair, which follows Ji-Yoon Kim (Oh) navigating her position as the first woman of color to serve as English Department chair at the prestigious Pembroke University. Netflix will also be bringing back the classics with 30 Rock and the fan-favorite film Catch Me If You Can starring Leonardo DiCaprio, along with 80’s throwback Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986). The…

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Meghan Markle Is Executive Producing a New Netflix Children’s Series Titled Pearl

16/07/2021

Duchess Meghan has yet another project in the works. As part of her and her husband Prince Harry’s landmark production deal with Netflix, Meghan will serve as executive producer for an upcoming animated series titled Pearl. The show is set to follow the adventures of a 12-year-old-girl who “is inspired by a variety of influential women from history,” according to an official announcement from the streaming giant. “Like many girls her age, our heroine Pearl is on a journey of self-discovery as she…

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Naomi Osaka Is Getting a Netflix Docuseries

09/07/2021

Naomi Osaka is swinging into our Netflix queues. The tennis champion will debut a three-part documentary series about her life and meteoric rise on the streaming platform later this month. Directed by Oscar nominee Garrett Bradley (Time), Naomi Osaka will focus on the titular athlete’s journey, highlighting themes of “life’s purpose, about personal worth, about the courage that it takes to allow one’s personal values to inform their work and vice versa,” the filmmaker said in a statement. Bradley added, “More than…

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What’s Coming to Netflix in July 2021

29/06/2021

We’ve officially reached those long, lazy, wonderful summer months, which are supposed to be all kayak rides and days in the sun; let’s be honest, though, you’re still going to watch plenty of Netflix in the sweet embrace of air-conditioning. Luckily, the streaming service just released its latest batch of titles for July 1; read them all below. We The People (July 4) Janelle Monáe, H.E.R., Adam Lambert, Brandi Carlile, and other artists help explain civil rights and government in this…

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What to Watch This Week

14/06/2021

When you finish a TV series or a movie, you immediately start looking for something else to watch, but finding the next one turns out a complicated task. There are times when you have watched every possible thing out there and that’s when you take a break from Netflix, HBO, Hulu or Amazon Prime. The break won’t last long, as there are lots of suggestions and not just for TV series, but for movies as well. In many countries, cinemas…

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Our latest obsession

25/05/2021

In our daily routine we notice things that seem quite pleasant, things that are valuable and unique. Sometimes it is just a book we notice at a street library, sometimes a song we listen on the radio, sometimes a page we come across on Instagram. There is so much beauty everywhere and in all that beauty we find special things we want to share with everyone. That is why we have dedicated this post to the things we noticed lately…

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Here’s Everything Coming to Netflix in June

22/05/2021

From documentaries to motion pictures, comedies to dramedies, Netflix will be beefing up its collection of shows and movies for the month of June—and releasing so many of its own originals. In addition to the Netflix-produced Season 2 of Summertime, Season 1 of Sweet Tooth, as well as a slew of its foreign produced films (such as Swedish Dancing Queens and Portuguese Carnaval), the streamer will also be throwing it back to the basics. Fans of the teen romance genre can indulge with 2010’s Flipped, while those all for the…

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Here’s Everything Coming to Netflix in May

27/04/2021

Anew crop of Netflix releases is on its way. Rom-com fans can look forward to falling in love with Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant in their seminal 1999 flick, Notting Hill, at the start of the month. The throwbacks continue with The Sweetest Thing, The Whole Nine Yards, and all three Back to the Future movies. The streaming giant will also be dropping new original content next month, including Selena: the Series Part 2 and Season 3 of The Kominsky Method. Read on for the full list. MAY 1 Aliens Stole My Body Angelina Ballerina: Season 5…

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Bridgerton Has Been Renewed for Seasons 3 and 4

14/04/2021

Great news, dear reader: Bridgerton has been renewed for not one but two more seasons. Netflix announced today that the hit Shonda Rhimes–produced period drama will continue on through Seasons 3 and 4. The decision arrives before Season 2 has even premiered, showing the streamer’s confidence in the series. The creative team behind Bridgerton has “some exciting plans for the future,” Netflix’s VP of global TV, Bela Bajaria, said in a statement, per The Hollywood Reporter, “and we think audiences will continue to swoon for this show.…

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A Kanye West Documentary Could Be Coming to Netflix

08/04/2021

Mr. West is headed to Netflix. Billboard broke the news yesterday that the streaming giant acquired a multipart docuseries that spans more than 20 years of the rapper’s life and career, and is reportedly set to release later this year. Featuring never-before-seen footage of West, the doc will focus on his long-running music career, his endeavors in fashion, his failed presidential run, and the death of his mother, Donda West. Sources told the outlet that Netflix shelled out $30 million for…

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