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Alec Baldwin Makes Awkward #MeToo Jokes on Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee

As much as it would behoove Alec Baldwin to stop publicly commenting on the #MeToo movement, the former 30 Rock star just can't help himself.
Maggie Serota / June 29, 2018

Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown Will Stay on Netflix

Anthony Bourdain's popular CNN travel show Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown will remain available on Netflix for the time being, the streaming service announced today. In the wake of…
Maggie Serota / June 12, 2018

Netflix’s The Staircase Doesn’t Seem Particularly Concerned With Kathleen Peterson

Who was Kathleen Peterson? According to the true crime documentary series The Staircase, currently streaming on Netflix, she was a successful telecoms executive and the…
Maggie Serota / June 11, 2018

Dolly Parton Is Getting a Netflix Show Based on Her Hit Songs

Dolly Parton is getting her own Netflix show: an anthology series in which each episode is based on a different one of the legendary country…
Winston Cook-Wilson / June 4, 2018

Barack and Michelle Obama Partnering With Netflix for New Multiyear Production Deal

Netflix announced today that Barack and Michelle Obama have entered into a multi-year production deal with the service, which will involve the former President and First…
Winston Cook-Wilson / May 21, 2018

Report: Black-ish Creator Kenya Barris Trying to Get Out of ABC Contract After Creative Struggles

Kenya Barris might be the latest creative to exit network TV in favor of streaming. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Black-ish creator and Girls Trip writer is working on getting…
Israel Daramola / April 4, 2018

Seth Rogen and Netflix Set Lineup for 2018 Hilarity for Charity

Seth Rogen and Netflix firmed up plans for the sixth annual Hilarity for Charity event, to take place in Los Angeles over the coming weekend.

Stranger Things Stars Score Huge Pay Raises for Season 3

The stars of Stranger Things are cashing in on the Netflix drama's wild success. The cast of the Emmy-nominated show have scored major…

The Crown Paid the Queen Less Than the Prince

The Crown, Netflix's sumptuous, historically-based period piece starring Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II, moves at roughly the pace of a state dinner, and every so often,…
Anna Gaca / March 13, 2018

A Norm Macdonald Talk Show Is Coming to Netflix

We like to think of Spin as a pro-Norm Macdonald publication, so we're happy to relay some good news today: Norm has ben granted his own…
Winston Cook-Wilson / March 9, 2018

Report: Obama Is in Talks With Netflix For a Production Deal

Barack Obama's recent sit-down with David Letterman may not be his only cameo on Netflix. The former president is said to be in advanced talks…

Netflix’s German Crime Epic Babylon Berlin Is a Reminder That Prestige TV Can Tell a Story Without Wasted Moments

At this point in Netflix's ceaseless campaign of exclusive programming, it should no longer be a controversial statement to say that the bulk of the service's original series are thoughtfully…
Winston Cook-Wilson / March 8, 2018

Black Mirror Isn’t Done Telling Us How Tech Is Ruining Our Lives

In case you weren't convinced that technology may have adverse effects on people's lives, dystopian anthology series Black Mirror is coming back to drive that…
Maggie Serota / March 5, 2018

Watch the Trailer for Netflix’s Roxanne Shanté Biopic Roxanne Roxanne

In 1984, a 15-year-old Queens rapper named Lolita Shanté Gooden took on the rap name Roxanne Shanté and released the single "Roxanne’s Revenge." The song,…
Tom Breihan, Stereogum / February 22, 2018

The End of the F***ing World Is a Nearly Perfect Single Season of TV—Hopefully It Stays That Way

The End of the F***ing World, Netflix's latest original series, is enjoying near-universal acclaim from critics and audiences. The darkly funny and surprisingly poignant show, which ran…
Drew Salisbury / January 16, 2018
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