Q2 reports that a photographer in Glasgow has filed a lawsuit against Netflix, saying the streaming service for movies, TV series, specials and various original programming used one of his copyrighted photos in their series “Beyond Stranger Things”– a companion show to coincide with the second season of their popular series “Stranger Things”– without his permission...
What do you think? Does Netflix need to pay up? I took the poll shortly before noon on Thursday and nearly 65% of those who answered the question, over 13,000 people, seemed to agree with me: Netflix needs to compensate Glasgow, Montana photographer Sean Heavey.
Taking a weekend with a ton of soda and chips while binge watching our favorite show seems to be a pretty normal thing from time to time. I mean, who has the patience to wait until next week to catch the next episode right? It almost seems better to wait until the season is over and then watch the whole things without skipping a beat.
We now know the word of the year for 2015...and it's something that causing quite a dent in our couches. According to the Collins Dictionary we have a few new definitions that will be added to their annual vocabulary round-up.
'Orange is the New Black' is the fifth (or fourth depending on how you count season 4 of Arrest Development) original series developed and distributed by Netflix. The show was created by Jenji Kohan who created the Showtime show 'Weeds'. The show has been received well by both critics and viewers. After watching the series myself, I couldn't agree more.
Particularly given the recent boom of cancelled TV series returning from the grave, from 'Arrested Development's Netflix revival to the 'Veronica Mars' Kickstarter movie, even 'Heroes' apparent revival at the hands of MSN, more and more fans have rallied to return their favorite series to live. Joss Whedon's cancelled cult FOX series 'Firefly' has long led the charge, but Netflix chief Ted Sarando