I'll be honest with you all: Netflix is losing a lot of great movies next month, and I don't know how the company intends on making me feel better about the grim state of (*notices "Airplane!" is being added in July*) NEVER MIND, ALL IS WELL!
"Twister" is blowing away. "Back to the Future" is going back on the shelf. "Inglourious Basterds" will fight the good fight elsewhere. And that's just a few of the movies leaving next month.
The life of former Super Bowl quarterback and activist Colin Kaepernick is becoming a Netflix mini-series - and it comes with some Milwaukee connections.
Netflix's admirable efforts to keep people inside, healthy and social distanced with an avalanche of movies and television continues on with the Big Red Streaming Monolith's newly announced list of arrivals for June.
Netflix's list of departures for May was pretty kind, all things considered. As for the newly announced one for June? I'm sad to report it's far less summery.
The former First Lady claims that the tour and the doc now represents "totally me, unplugged, for the first time," but if "Becoming" is any evidence, the cord's still clearly wound pretty tight and constraining.
Every month, Netflix releases its list of all the new arrivals coming to the streaming service. Well ... almost all of the new arrivals. Which is a long way of saying: Surprise, there's a new Michelle Obama documentary debuting tomorrow!
The quarantine continues on - but thankfully Netflix's pipeline of streaming shows and movies does as well, as the Big Red Streaming Monolith announced this week its lineup of new arrivals for May 2020.
The world's cheekiest spy is being put back on cryofreeze, the "Final Destination" movies reach their final destination and one outbreak comes to a close (though not the one we're hoping for) on Netflix's announcement of departures for May.
People stuck indoors with nothing to do but talk to themselves, look at screens and piddle around on social media. No, it's not our current reality; it's reality television - Netflix's "The Circle," to be exact. And Matt watched it. With wine.
America's been in desperate need of a distraction from the news - and Netflix supplied it and then some with "Tiger King," a new seven-part docu-series about wild tiger zoos and the even wilder people who run them.
The Big Red Streaming Monolith's monthly announcement of new arrivals shows that the service should be up to the task of distracting the country for at least the next month.
Bad news: A lot of great films are going on spring break from the Big Red Streaming Monolith in April. The good news: It's not like you've got anything else to do these days.
As OnMilwaukee's resident Pop Culture Idiot, I watched Netflix's "Love Is Blind." In order to turn this bad TV show into something good, though, I took to Facebook Live (and several bottles of wine) to recap the show and hopefully provide a smile in despairing times.
If the list of Netflix departures for next month gave you a case of March Sadness, here's something to help turn that into some March Gladness: the freshly announced lineup of new arrivals coming to the Big Red Streaming Monolith.