Netflix digs in on original releases, but it only takes one magnificent documentary to justify their process.
Brian and Manu talk the newest Marvel/Netflix series, Luke Cage. (Spoilers!)
This past Friday, the second season of Marvel’s Daredevil was released on Netflix. After finishing the 13th episode late Saturday night, I spent most of yesterday trying to digest what I had seen. It’s not that Daredevil Season 2 is some labyrinthine work of genre-destroying fiction, but it has its moments.
House of Cards’s fourth season may be as binge-watchable as ever, but missed opportunities and oddly toothless plot developments make it also the most disappointing. [Spoilers ahoy!]
David McGinnis & Nathan James talk the latest Netflix comic series.
Master of None is a wonderful new comedy from an old friend with a powerful voice.
The short version: Netflix’s entry into the MCU is the best comic book television series I’ve ever seen, and very nearly the best thing Marvel Studios has put their name on.
House of Cards is dangerously close to being good TV. (Warning: if you haven’t finished your binge-watch by now, full spoilers ahead.)
Rescued from NBC purgatory, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is a charming success — and good luck getting that theme song out of your head.
House of Cards returns for its second season with a renewed sense of purpose. Be forewarned – there are spoilers in this review.