Netflix taps George Clooney for new post-apocalyptic feature film

As Netflix’s reputation grows, so does the number of major stars the company draws in for its original content. Following his work with Hulu on its original Catch-22 series, George Clooney will be working with Netflix on a post-apocalyptic movie. Clooney will both star in and direct the upcoming feature film adaption, according to Netflix. The new post-apocalyptic ‘tale’ is … Continue reading

Neon Genesis Evangelion on Netflix, new movie preview on July 6th

Today we’re taking a peek at the just-re-released Neon Genesis Evangelion, just re-released and available legally for the first time since the 2005 DVD collection. Netflix first announced their ties with Evangelion in March of 2019, and the series first premiered on Netflix on June 21st, 2019. But why should an average, everyday viewer care about this series from the … Continue reading

Netflix is testing a better way to watch video

Watching Netflix on desktop is fine unless you want to multitask, at which point a convoluted series of window adjustments and resizing is necessary to keep both the video player and other applications visible. The company may be planning to do something about that in the near future, however, at least based on a test currently visible to some desktop … Continue reading

Confused religious group asks Netflix to cancel Amazon’s ‘Good Omens’

A very confused religious organization is asking Netflix to cancel an Amazon original series. More than 20,000 people signed a petition launched by the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property to cancel Good Omens, and somehow none of those people noticed that it was directed at the wrong streaming service. The Christian organization, which is typically … Continue reading

Netflix Hack Day project adds rumbles to videos on mobile

Netflix has detailed the results of its May 2019 ‘Hack Day’ during which time the company’s employees work on fun, innovative projects. We’ve seen some interesting videos result from these efforts, including one that involved finding out how far above Earth a smartphone could stream Netflix before it died. This time around, Netflix’s Hack Day projects include one that makes … Continue reading