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Voltron's Penultimate Season Triumphantly Heads Home—But Not Without Some Bumps Along the Way Voltron's Penultimate Season Triumphantly Heads Home—But Not Without Some Bumps Along the Way

Netflix’s Voltron: Legendary Defender has spent the past few seasons wildly expanding the scope and scale of its story, and the universe the Voltron Force is destined to defend. Its newly-released seventh season—its penultimate installment—deftly narrows the series’ focus to a more personal level as the Paladins…

Hail Satan! Bow Before These New Witchy Photos From The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Hail Satan! Bow Before These New Witchy Photos From The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

The Dark Lord is calling, are you ready to answer? These new photos from Netflix’s charmingly terrifying new series, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, are ready to invade the mind and betwitch the senses. You’ve been warned.

What's Better Than Paul Rudd? 2 Paul Rudds What's Better Than Paul Rudd? 2 Paul Rudds

A new Netflix series will pit Paul Rudd against his mortal enemy...Paul Rudd.

Iron Fist's Second Season Would Do Well to Put Danny in the Passenger Seat Iron Fist's Second Season Would Do Well to Put Danny in the Passenger Seat

Each of the four pillars of Netflix’s chunk of the Marvel Cinematic Universe plays a different role in telling the kinds of realistic, street-level stories that Marvel’s movies and other TV shows tend to shy away from. But with Iron Fist, there’s a lot of room for improvement.

The Paladins Are Packing Some Serious Heat in the Latest Clip From Voltron Season 7 The Paladins Are Packing Some Serious Heat in the Latest Clip From Voltron Season 7

Netflix’s Voltron: Legendary Defender series has never shied away from throwing its characters into kinetic, thrilling action sequences, but from the latest look at the upcoming penultimate season, it seems as if the show is pulling out all the stops to up the ante even more.

There's a Lot of Messed-Up Shapeshifting in the New Trailer for Netflix's The Innocents There's a Lot of Messed-Up Shapeshifting in the New Trailer for Netflix's The Innocents

The first trailer for Netflix’s latest genre show The Innocents introduced us to a relatively low-key take on shapeshifting, utilizing deft camera work to get over the process of a girl named June discovering her powers. The second trailer goes, much, much harder on the fantastical aspects, and keeps it dark.

Patrick Wilson Stars in the Latest Stephen King Adaptation For Netflix Patrick Wilson Stars in the Latest Stephen King Adaptation For Netflix

Stephen King adaptations are everywhere these days, from movie theaters to network TV to streaming services. And while Hulu has gone the series route with Castle Rock, Netflix is dabbling in original movies. Two are already on the service—Gerald’s Game and 1922—and a third is now on the way.

5 Fantasy Films From the '80s Perfectly Suited for TV Adaptations  5 Fantasy Films From the '80s Perfectly Suited for TV Adaptations 

The Time Bandits show is finally in the works, yet another example of a cult film being adapted into a TV series—and also, yet another example of how the sheer amount of streaming services (in this case, Apple) has created a seemingly endless need for content to fill them up with to entice subscribers. To that end,…

The New Extended Trailer for Maniac Gives Us 'Some Multi-Reality Brain Magic Shit'

Netflix has released the first full trailer for Maniac, the surreal mind-numbing experience from The Leftovers’ Patrick Somerville and director Cary Fukunaga (Beasts of No Nation).

Matt Groening Swears Disenchantment Won't Be a Parade of Game of Thrones Parodies Matt Groening Swears Disenchantment Won't Be a Parade of Game of Thrones Parodies

The Simpsons creator Matt Groening is delving into the realm of myths and monsters with his new Netflix series, Disenchantment. While it might be tempting to do what he did with the Futurama fantasy parody Bender’s Game, and make it a nonstop string of references, Groening said this new series will be a world all its…

Disenchantment's Heroes Are All of Us in the Latest Glimpses From the Show Disenchantment's Heroes Are All of Us in the Latest Glimpses From the Show

The thing that’s always made Matt Groening’s fantastical worlds relatable is that they’re all fundamentally similar to ours. Regardless of the universe they exist in, Groening’s characters are all drinking to escape the reality of their lives.

Here's Why Stranger Things Season 3 Won't Debut Until Next Summer Here's Why Stranger Things Season 3 Won't Debut Until Next Summer

Appearing at this weekend’s Television Critics’ Association press event, Netflix talked about when we should expect to see more Stranger Things, and why the wait is so long.

See the First Teaser for Maniac, Netflix's Near-Future Pharmaceutical Thriller See the First Teaser for Maniac, Netflix's Near-Future Pharmaceutical Thriller

Two people enter into a pharmaceutical trial that promises to fix everything that ails their minds. And then things get out of hand.

The Newest Iron Fist Teaser Gives Us Our Best Look Yet at Danny Rand's Comics-Inspired Look The Newest Iron Fist Teaser Gives Us Our Best Look Yet at Danny Rand's Comics-Inspired Look

Slowly, Iron Fist is inching toward an honest-to-god costume for Danny Rand.

The First Trailer for Castlevania's Second Season Envisions Dracula's Ultimate Revenge

The first season of Netflix’s Castlevania anime adaptation, led by Warren Ellis and Adi Shankar, was one of the best surprises of last year. Now, it’s gearing up to return and visit Dracula’s bloody vengeance upon the Earth.

Andy Serkis' Mowgli Finds a New Home at Netflix Andy Serkis' Mowgli Finds a New Home at Netflix

Warner Bros.’ Mowgli is the rare Hollywood film that has the curious misfortune of being released after another movie based on the same public domain property has already come out (in this case, Disney). After The Jungle Book, you might have forgotten that this version of the story from Andy Serkis was actually…

Michael Peña's Alien Invasion Movie Extinction Is Mostly Terrible  Michael Peña's Alien Invasion Movie Extinction Is Mostly Terrible 

The new Netflix film Extinction stars Michael Peña and Lizzy Caplan as a married couple who try to keep their family alive during a mysterious alien invasion. It’s the kind of premise that makes you think “Oh, I’m gonna watch the hell out of Extinction.” So I did. However, when the final credits rolled, two things…

Anthony Mackie Is Altered Carbon's New Leading Man for the Newly Announced Season 2 Anthony Mackie Is Altered Carbon's New Leading Man for the Newly Announced Season 2

Netflix’s Altered Carbon is a dystopian thriller that plays with the idea of identity by imagining a world where human immortality can only be achieved through the systematic swapping of consciousnesses into the bodies of other, less fortunate people. Though it seemed the show’s future was in question, the streaming…

The Nerd's Watch: The Best Sci-Fi and Fantasy Streaming in August The Nerd's Watch: The Best Sci-Fi and Fantasy Streaming in August

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.

For the First Time Ever, Locke & Key Has Been Ordered To Series For the First Time Ever, Locke & Key Has Been Ordered To Series

The long, strange road for IDW’s comic book Locke & Key may finally have its conclusion. For the first time ever, the property has been picked up to series with Netflix ordering 10 hour-long episodes.

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