The Steven Avery case is far from closed. Netflix has announced that its hit series Making a Murderer will dive back into it with new upcoming episodes. Season 2 will follow new developments in the legal proceedings.
Q2 wasn't quite what Netflix had hoped for. The streaming service's subscriber growth and revenue both fell below expectations. Following the announcement, the company's stock dipped in after hours trading.
Microsoft officially announced the Xbox One S' release date and pricing, though only the most expensive version will be available at first, with the two lower capacity/lower priced versions due sometime later this year.
Netflix has announced a licensing deal with CBS that will see it streaming every episode of the network's new Star Trek series to 188 countries -- excluding the U.S. and Canada, where the show will appear on CBS’ own streaming network.
How are you going to get through this week? By following our guide to the finest films and TV shows available now, of course. On the list this week: Netflix's Stranger Things, Straight Outta Compton, and more.
Despite the collective freakout, a recent court ruling that declared password sharing illegal actually had nothing to do with streaming media. Netflix says you're free to share your password, as long as you're not selling it.
Netflix has released a first look at its upcoming drama series Stranger Things, and the roughly eight-minute sneak peek is full of creepy moments. Prepare yourself for supernatural suspense and '80s horror.
Netflix has ordered 20 episodes of Disjointed, starring Kathy Bates as a longtime marijuana legalization advocate who sets up her own pot shop in Los Angeles. It's all part of Netflix's push to acquire more scripted, multicamera comedies.
Looking forward to binge-watching in full HD? If you're on Windows, do it in Edge. That is the only PC browser that offers 1080p Netflix streaming. Mac users should stick with Safari, which also offers full HD.