The genius of the new Netflix show called “Special” is not in its situational comedy type setup about a gay writer with cerebral palsy (CP), but with its stars. It’s cast is so rich with talent it should be patented.
If you haven't seen Netlix's reality music series "Westside," it's probably about time you binged on it over the weekend. The series goes deeper than most on network TV in that its musical subjects are profiled warts and all from their drug habits to their creative processes.
Do you hear that sound? It's millions of people opening their Netflix applications to watch the horror series "The Haunting of Hill House," a masterpiece of modern storytelling that only gets better as each eerie episode unfolds.
I was pleasantly surprised with the movie Love, Simon which came out a few months ago. It’s for a new generation, a younger one who missed the John Hughes teen movement, one that didn’t pander to young Gen-Xers, but made their off-beat struggles an intrinsic part of the narrative.
With over 93 million subscribers, Netflix seems like a gold mine to scammers who want someone’s personal information, and online thieves are doing just that in the latest email scam targeting customers.
You won’t be tethered to the couch in order to binge-watch your favorite shows on Netflix anymore.
The streaming service giant announced Thursday that subscribers will be able to download their favorite shows to watch offline with the new "Download and Go" feature. That means when you put your phone in airplane mode you will still be able to enjoy “Stranger Things” or “Flash.”