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The Rise of Netflix Competitors Has Pushed Consumers Back Toward Piracy

BitTorrent usage has bounced back because there's too many streaming services, and too much exclusive content.
Karl Bode
2 days ago
tv

Watch Paul Rudd and Paul Rudd Star in a Netflix Show About Two Paul Rudds

'Living with Yourself' answers that age-old question: How much Rudd is too much Rudd?
River Donaghey
4 days ago
tv

The Future Seasons of 'The OA' Sound Incredible, but We'll Never See Them

"Season 3 was going to be very different from Season 2."
River Donaghey
9.9.19
tv

'The Spy' Proves Sacha Baron Cohen Is More Than Just Borat

He may be the greatest troll alive, but he's also a brilliant dramatic actor.
River Donaghey
9.8.19
Film

We Don't Need a 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' Miniseries

Tarantino has reportedly "talked about" the idea, but the movie should stay a movie.
River Donaghey
9.6.19
Film

Netflix's 'Between Two Ferns' Movie Trailer Is Here and It Looks Bananas

Zach Galafianakis has adapted his Funny or Die web series into a feature-length movie, and it's somehow even more ridiculous.
Alex Zaragoza
9.3.19
Film

Tons of People Still Rent Netflix DVDs, Apparently

The company has mailed its 5 billionth DVD, and we have one question: who is actually ordering DVDs from Netflix?
Bettina Makalintal
9.2.19
tv

'Hyperdrive' Is the Best Netflix Show You're Not Yet Watching

It's "American Ninja Warrior." But with cars. What else do you need to know?
Bettina Makalintal
9.2.19
tv

As Documentaries Evolve, So Should Their Hosts

From Stacey Dooley’s ‘IS salute’ gaffe to critiques of an upcoming Louis Theroux film on sex work, is it time to rethink the TV doc host?
Ruby Lott-Lavigna
8.28.19
tv

The Secret 'Breaking Bad' Movie Is Already Done Filming, Somehow

According to Bob Odenkirk, who even himself doesn't know how it stayed a secret this long.
River Donaghey
8.26.19
labor

Obama's New Documentary Is Great. It Also Reveals Why He's Out of Touch

'American Factory' on Netflix is a solid film, but Obama's message of finding common ground in an uneven labor dispute ignores working people's realities.
Zeeshan Aleem
8.23.19
YouTube

America’s DIY Phone Farmers

Ordinary Americans are using armies of phones to generate cash to buy food, diapers, and beer through ad fraud.
Joseph Cox
8.2.19
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