It’s about time we had a Taco Bell emoji.
Though basically nothing happens.
Though the weather outside in most parts of the Northeast is frightful, the streaming options are really freakin’ delightful.
Because every channel on television has been overtaken with weather reports.
Can’t decide what to watch? Let us do the hard work for you.
They also met Meryl Streep.
Allons-y, Tenth Doctor fans.
No need to scour the internet any more.
The first trailer for the new comedy — about an extremely optimistic woman (Ellie Kemper) who, after being rescued from her life with an underground cult for over a decade, tries to start anew in Manhattan — has arrived!
“Are you still watching?” is Netflix telling you to get your life together.
The streaming service can’t guarantee it’ll have House of Cards or Orange Is The New Black when it launches in Australia.
Started from the bottom now we here. Spoilers ahead.
How would you spend your time in Litchfield?
Buffy should really invest in a sports bra.
The one with a totally boss wardrobe.
The Underwoods aren’t murderers — they’re survivors. And sometimes Golden Globe winners.
Horses, women, and toasters, oh my.
UPDATE: After initially passing on streaming The Interview, Netflix announced it will carry the controversial film beginning Jan. 24.
Don’t act like you don’t want to know.
Your dog is all you’ll ever need.
Everyone. Remain. Calm. The Australian actor will appear as Stella Carlin, who “quickly draws the attention of some of Litchfield’s inmates,” Netflix has confirmed to BuzzFeed.
If you have only seven hours to spend watching Friends (which is available to stream on Netflix starting Jan. 1) on New Year’s Day, these are the flat out funniest episodes — ones you don’t need to have any prior knowledge about the show’s intricate history to enjoy. Presented in chronological order.
“I’m gonna lose 10 pounds…then gain 20…”
Even without the Red Wedding, this was one of the bloodiest years for TV in recent memory. Warning: MAJOR SPOILERS for just about every television series. (Seriously.)
You’re going to want to hear this if you have Netflix.
A lot can change in a decade, but it doesn’t always.
These are the actors who left their mark on film and television this year. Now they enter 2015 as Hollywood’s most exciting new players.
Leaked emails show that Hastings tried, unsuccessfully, to recruit Michael Lynton to serve on Netflix’s board of directors at the end of 2013.
Watch an exclusive clip from the forthcoming Netflix special, Nick Offerman: American Ham, out Friday.