People working in public relations typically act as the voice of a company, which is a real bummer for Netflix because the head of the company’s PR department decided to drop the n-word during a meeting. Netflix, as it turns out, didn’t want to say the slur, and is now looking for a new chief communications officer.
A mysterious disaster strikes the United States. A pregnant daughter goes missing 2,000 miles away. Time for a road trip.
Luke Cage exists in a world all its own: Harlem, a place where art, culture, and families still thrive despite constant violence between organized criminals and police rages in the streets. In season two, Harlem isn’t just home for Luke, it’s part of his larger destiny to become a hero.
You can get comprehensive lists of everything coming to streaming services anywhere. But half of those titles you don’t care about, and the other half are terrible. Where’s the good stuff? io9 is here to help.
It’s annoying when the thermostats, cameras, and other features of a smart home don’t work. When they’re trying to kill you, it’s another problem altogether. Netflix’s upcoming film, Tau, is focused on how one might get out of such a horrifying situation.
Though the newest season of Netflix’s Voltron: Legendary Defender might not be the longest seven episodes of television you watch this year, the new plot developments it introduces are some of the most exciting in the franchise’s history.
Netflix’s Voltron: Legendary Defender has been cannily reimagining elements from the original series since its very first episode. In the show’s sixth season, there’s a moment that takes one of the original series’ coolest fights and turns it into one of the something even more spectacular.
For the past few truncated seasons, Netflix and Dreamworks’ Voltron: Legendary Defender has, for better or worse, danced around resolving some of the biggest questions the show has put forth. But its newly-released sixth season not only finally delivers some resolution, it does so while setting the stage for an…
Music is an essential part of Luke Cage, because it’s an essential part of Harlem. In this behind-the-scenes featurette, Netflix runs down the history of African-American music and how that history comes to bear on Harlem’s Paradise, the fictional music venue and community hub in Marvel’s version of Harlem.
Tech giant Apple has scored a huge victory in its $1 billion original programming push, signing a multiyear deal with host and media magnate Oprah Winfrey to produce as-of-yet unspecified streaming content. According to the Wall Street Journal, the signing of Winfrey is expected to play into its long-rumored launch of…
Movies like Ready Player One and The Matrix have done it, but what about TV? Well, Netflix is about to launch a new series called Kiss Me First, and it’s also partially set in a fully functional virtual world.
Remember how we were going to lose a bunch of genre shows at the end of this TV season, Lucifer included? Well, now we’re not, because they’re being saved by other places plucking them out of cancellation... Lucifer included.
“Harlem doesn’t need a hero. It needs a queen.” The incredible Alfre Woodard is back and ready to take Harlem under her wing in the latest trailer for Netflix’s Luke Cage—but there are a couple others eager to take the reigns.
Netflix’s Sense8 finale doesn’t quite hang together. But “Amor Vincit Omnia” is bursting at its broken seams with warmth, hope, and a desire for connection. So, in short: It’s Sense8, same as it’s always been. I wouldn’t have it any other way.
Netflix and Penguin Random House are teaming up to expand the Stranger Things universe with a series of books, which will soon include a prequel all about Eleven’s mom and her involvement in the totally real CIA experiment Project MKUltra.
When the Paladins made the decision to team up with Lotor in Voltron: Legendary Defender’s fifth season, they did it out of the desire to stop Zarkon, the greater of two evils and Lotor’s father. Unsurprisingly, that choice comes with some major consequences that feature largely in the sixth season’s first Netflix…
It’s no secret that the women of Luke Cage are the strongest characters in the series, but the latest clip from the show’s upcoming season is on some next-level badassery that’ll make you wonder why Netflix hasn’t greenlit a Daughters of the Dragon show yet.
If Stranger Things were set in modern times, the show probably wouldn’t be as endearing to its fans. The characters are great, as is the story of a small town besieged by experiments run amok, but it’s ‘80s nostalgia that helps cement our addiction to the show, and Schwinn wants to give Stranger Things fans a chance…
I almost didn’t finish Cargo. I was sure it was going to give me nightmares. It’s about fathers and daughters doing terrible things to keep each other alive. But its terrible events lay on top of a premise too tantalizing to turn away from.
You can learn a lot about life from playing with Lego, like how to build a house or car, but what if there was a playset designed to help you come to terms with the reality of living in a constant state of existential dread?