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SDCC 2017: Netflix Announces Panels, Offsites, Screenings and More

San Diego Comic Con International is just weeks away. Updates are pouring in from the San Diego Unofficial Blog. Netflix announced the panels, offsite events, screenings and the Netflix Experience for the big weekend. Check out the schedule for your favorite Netflix shows and coming attractions. RELATED SDCC 2017: AMC FAVORITES RETURN TO HALL H Thursday July 20 Netflix panels in Hall H Bright – “Set in a alternate present day where elves, orcs, and fairies have co-existed since the beginning of time.” Stars Will Smith, Joel Edgarton, Noomi Repace, Lucy Fry, and Edgar Ramirez, and creator David Ayer are...

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Netflix’s THE INCREDIBLE JESSICA JAMES Teaser is Here and She Looks Fun

Netflix is launching another original film, The Incredible Jessica James, and it looks pretty delightful.  It’s written and directed by Jim Strouse who wrote and directed People Places Things, which I personally loved.  Jessica Williams stars.  She is best known for a very successful four year stint on The Daily Show as a correspondent, her role in Girls and assorted films.  Now she takes the lead, and she’s taking it in stride. The teaser focuses on Williams’ character in her daily life.  She’s weird and outspoken and I like weird and outspoken.  She quickly shuts down a Tinder date totally based...

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NETFLIX: What Is Arriving and Leaving JULY 2017

The summer solstice just passed which means the end of June is nigh! That means, the new list for Netflix‘s comings and goings is close at hand. So close, in fact, I can hold it in my hand! On my phone! On this page! Yes! I’m going to pull a Kanye, though – Imma let you read them, but first, let me tell you about a few we are excited about: 1. E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Do me a favor and pull out the Reese’s Pieces and plop your kid down for some clean, kid-friendly, 80s scifi. This is a...

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Netflix FYSee: BOJACK HORSEMAN Panel Talks Initial Reviews, Therapy and Season 4

What’s better than a talking horse? A washed up, former “Hollywood star” talking horse, that’s what. Netflix’s Bojack Horseman has both of those things and so much more. I had the pleasure of getting the skinny on the streaming service’s critical darling at Netflix’s FYSee event. Now, what does “FYSee” mean, you ask? Netflix is holding special events for each of their original programming that aired within the Emmy’s televised year. Think “For Your Consideration.” Viewers got the full immersive experience – intricate displays for their shows containing props/costumes and fun opportunities for photo ops. They even played music from their respective...

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Netflix’s A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS FYSee Panel Talks Peg Legs, Casting, and Design

As part of their ongoing Emmy campaign, Netflix held a panel for A Series of Unfortunate Events, at their FYSee Space in Beverly Hills, with executive producer and director Barry Sonnenfeld, and stars Neil Patrick Harris, Alfre Woodard and K. Todd Freeman. Based on the book series of the same name by Lemony Snicket (aka Daniel Handler), A Series of Unfortunate Events covers the sad tale of the Beaudelaire orphans, as they are pursued by the rotten Count Olaf, who’s out to steal their fortune. Woodard described the tone of the books, which work for kids and adults. “It...

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Netflix To Release Three Marvel Series Next Year

The release schedule for Netflix’s Marvel series, thus far, has been two a year. Starting in 2015 with Daredevil and Jessica Jones, we’ve seen two series released a year, bring both Luke Cage and Iron Fist into the hero mix as well. However, though we’ve heard before that Netflix was considering moving to three Marvel series releases a year, it now appears next year, 2018, is definitely the year that this little miracle happens. In fact, it’s been all but confirmed that we could get three series this year, with The Punisher possibly being released in November. As we said,...

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Netflix’s SENSE8 Has Been Cancelled

This is really unfortunate for fans. The Wachowski’s beloved Netflix show Sense8 has been cancelled. The diverse and represented show followed 8 strangers who became “sensates”, people who are emotionally and mentally linked to one another. While fans cried out to not pull the plug, the streaming giant has called it off. After it’s second season, the sci-fi show was able to amass 23 episodes spanning over 16 cities in 13 countries. If that’s not diversity, I don’t know what is. The show was beloved not only for it’s national diversity but it’s LGBTQ representation. RELATED: NETFLIX: What Is Arriving and Leaving...

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NETFLIX: What Is Arriving and Leaving JUNE 2017

Wait! How is it already June?? A new month means a new Netflix lineup! Before the new arrivals and list of departures, GGA wanted to point your attention at these three new-to-Netflix shows: 1. Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season four of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD was the most action packed and strongest season. The Ghost Rider, Robbie Reyes, joined the Agents in a fight to stop the Darkhold magic from destroying the world. The Agents also received help from Dr. Holden Radcliffe and his Artificial Intelligent Digital Assistant, or AIDA, to defeat the Darkhold magic. Or so they thought. The...

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We Have a Teaser and Release Date for the Netflix CASTLEVANIA Animated Series

It’s finally here! After the announcement that Netflix would be creating an animated series based on the classic Castlevania video game franchise, many of us have been waiting patiently for some footage and a definite release date. We don’t have to wait any longer.  Not only did Netflix announce the release date, but they also gave us a teaser trailer, “Vengeance.” Season 1 Part 1 will premiere on July 7, 2017 with four 30-minute episodes. The series is written by famed comic book writer Warren Ellis (RED graphic novel, Dead Space) and it is being produced by Ellis, Kevin Kolde (Adventure Time),...

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BLACK MIRROR Netflix Panel Talks Politics, Chocolate, and Jodie Foster

As part of their Emmy campaign, Netflix has opened their FYSee (aka FYC, “for your consideration”) space, featuring props, costumes, and cast and creator panels from some of their most popular (and hopefully Emmy nominated) shows. I recently attended the panel for Black Mirror, with creator Charlie Brooker, executive producer Annabel Jones, and actress Mackenzie Davis, star of the much beloved episode “San Junipero.” Brooker conceived of the show back in 2009/2010, and had always been a fan of shows like The Twilight Zone and Tales of the Unexpected. Thematically, he realized the technology was the thing that was...

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