Looking for something meaty on Netflix to devour? Sample the insanity of ‘The Kominsky Method’.
Netflix’s Bodyguard wonderfully intersperses the British worlds of politeness and extreme violence in a manner that skirts the boundaries of genius.
With Spacey gone and a woman at the helm, Netflix had an opportunity to build something towering in the age of #MeToo. They blew it.
I’m down for an evening Netflix, but only to chill. I’ve long passed watching the movies on the platform, now I solely use the menu to binge-watch mindfulness.
I’ve not been able to love a television series since the last one finished. Don’t judge me, I’m in pain. That love is not easy to replace.
Well, dearie doo. Overnight, Cambridge Analytica went bankrupt, an educator in Texas made a stupid joke and everyone found a robot rather tasty. Ok.
Orson Welles. Philanderer. Egotist. Auteur. With his long-dead project exhumed by Netflix, why not share your breakfast with Orson. Just mind your fingers. And your manners.
Friday! Yiew! What happened while you were asleep? Well, we are yet to complete the Census (yes, still), North Korea received Manbang and WA banned Aus Day fireworks.
What happened while you were asleep? The bloody world went crazy. Leo is playing a Muslim scholar, and the ‘Netflix and Chill’ was found to be a myth.
It behooves one to plan ahead for a Netflix binge. So, while you’re churning through the current catalogue, here’s what’s due up next.
The quintessential modern-age anti-rom-com, Love works because creator Judd Apatow didn’t rush the foreplay.
Where do the anti-vaccine, pro-disease crowd turn to for professional advice? An English Tele Doctor, of course.
With Netflix banning the software that allows subscribers to view the full catalogue, for some, it will again be the pirate’s life for us.
After a recent study proved the importance of trust in couple watched series on Netflix, we found someone who abused it. Don’t judge him.
Ugur Nedim has finished the new Netflix show, Making a Murderer, and has uncovered some facts not shown in the series. (Spoiler alert!)
The new wave of on-demand content providers lead by Netflix is set deal cable TV a terminal blow in 2016, as Michael Gill explains.
Media junkie Sam Blacker explains what is lost (and sometimes gained) when a TV series is adapted from one country to another.
We sent film-maker Maciej Radny down the river Netflix to find its appeal. He returned to us, changed.
We at TBS Towers have discovered Netflix’s new dating app “My show mate”, so as the lazy desperate types we are, we thought we’d dangle the carrot.
In Richard Jackson weekend #longreads you’ll get Noam Chomsky on the media today, the issue of sexual consent and Alzheimer’s, from HBO to Netflix and a dose of extreme Catholicism.
The criticism over Ricky Gervais and Optus in the Netflix Australian release promo has Tom Jacobs…confused…isn’t the joke obvious? (READ: he can’t believe anyone could be so dumb and not get it FFS)