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Vincent D’Onofrio Won’t Call His 'Daredevil' Character a Villain

With the Marvel show's return, we had a chance to speak with the legendary actor about returning to the suit of the Kingpin.
Noel Ransome
a day ago
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Daredevil's New Showrunner Knows Why Fans Complain About Netflix Shows

We spoke with Erik Oleson about the political themes that inspired the best season of ‘Daredevil’ to date.
Noel Ransome
4 days ago
politics

‘Big Mouth’ Is Better at Sex Ed Than Doug Ford’s Government

Ontario youth are better off with a Netflix account than with a schoolbook.
Audrey Carleton
4 days ago
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'Hold the Dark' Is the Most Brutal Movie on Netflix

Off the heels of his success with 'Green Room,' Jeremy Saulnier's first big-budget film is a sensible departure from his past work.
Alex Norcia
10.11.18
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TV Party: 'Big Mouth' on Netflix

The second series of this animated puberty comedy (yeah baby) has just landed.
Lauren O'Neill
10.10.18
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Check Out the First Trailer for the New Season of 'Making a Murderer'

New episodes are heading to Netflix next week.
River Donaghey
10.9.18
Film

Netflix's Epic Quincy Jones Doc Blows That Wild Interview Out of the Water

You need to watch the film, directed by his daughter Rashida Jones, and bask in his unbridled genius.
Taylor Hosking
10.9.18
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Apparently We’re Getting a Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Episode of ‘Black Mirror’

Season five is reportedly coming in December and might include an interactive episode.
River Donaghey
10.1.18
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What’s Coming to Netflix Canada in October

With Halloween coming, horror is king.
Noel Ransome
9.27.18
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'Maniac' Nails What It's Like Living with Mental Illness

The Netflix series stars Emma Stone and Jonah Hill as New Yorkers seeking a psychological cure-all.
Kara Weisenstein
9.27.18
comedy

Hannibal Buress On Quitting Drinking to End the ‘Messy Shit’

Why the standup comic is trying to do things differently.
Sarah Hagi
9.26.18
Film

Are Black Parents Partly Culpable in their Daughter's Hair Struggle?

Netflix's 'Nappily Ever After' dares to ask, and the answer is finally yes.
Taylor Hosking
9.26.18