First there was Daredevil, then came Jessica Jones, Netflix is back today with Luke Cage, a new series devoted to the character that was first introduced in Jessica Jones. This is the hero you’ve been waiting to see, you’ve seen how Netflix handles great hand to hand fight scenes but we really haven’t seen powers.
Luke Cage in my thought is even better then the prior Marvel shows on Netflix, Why? Cause here is a guy with real powers coming to learn how to use them and why to use them a true origin story of a hero.
Mike Colter’s presence as Luke Cage is perfection. Rosario Dawson makes an appearance as Claire, a cross over character between the Marvel shows.
Like other Marvel shows there is a dark edge but with moments of humors (which is the signature of Marvel entertainment). The fight scenes are still amazing and you’ll be binge watching this series for sure!
On Netflix recently we saw 2 major releases that are totally worth your time to binge on, both of them are returning for season 2. The great thing about season 2 means there are over 10+ hours of content prior to jumping into the new season.
Daredevil the hero from Marvel comics jumps right into were season 1 left off. I really don’t want to spoil anything, so I wont but the “man without fear” is back at the top of his game, fighting crime and taking back his neighborhood of Hell Kitchen (in Manhattan, New York). Season 1 was amazing in the way it was filmed, how the script came together and how the action/fight scenes were epic. Season 2 doesn’t disappoint, with the introduction of a few of the best Marvel comic other heroes.
Bloodline is a drama… a murder mystery hardcore DRAMA… at the end of many episodes of season 1 you’ll say what incredible talent and what an incredible story. Season 2 also take off from the end of season 1 focusing on the surprise conclusion of season 1. Kyle Chandler is outstanding in his role as the lead of the Rayburn family.
I grew up with Danger Mouse, it had a over 8 years running starting in 1981.
The concept of the show was Danger Mouse, the greatest secret agent in the world, must follow Colonel K’s orders (and try not to break Professor Squawkencluck’s inventions) to foil Baron Greenback’s and his henchman Stiletto’s plans.
Now there isnt much difference in the plot between the original version verse the new version on netflix. Tbe big difference is the CG style animation, which looks pretty awesome.
I’m super excited to introduce my son to one of my favorite cartoon characters growing up – watch Danger Mouse on Netflix.
While most people would love to forget what they looked like in the 80’s (come on those fashions?!). There is one part of the 80’s that many find nostalgia for, which is the television shows… I dont know what it was but those 80’s generated many megahit TV shows… some carried on well into the 90’s. Full House was a great example the changing times and modern family dynamics.
Well thanks to the super smart people at Netflix we now have a 6 episode season of Fuller House, pretty much fast forward 10 plus years later. The show still lives up to the nostalgia factor for sure… its also pretty amazing how none of the cast has aged at all.
A recently widowed D.J., the mother of a 12-year-old, 7-year-old, and a newborn son, finds a few extra roommates in her sister, Stephanie, who is trying to be a musician, and her best friend Kimmy, who is the mother of a teenage daughter.
Its been a big month for Netflix in the Kids department it started with their original series of DRAGONS: RACE TO THE EDGE: SEASON 2 which for any Dragons fans has been a big hit. Now they’re starting EVER AFTER HIGH: DRAGON GAMES, which I think will be a big hit with preteen girls.
Adding to ANGRY BIRDS TOONS Season 2, ICE AGE: THE MELTDOWN, SOFIA THE FIRST: SEASON 2. It would almost like just another month till you think about the amazing new episodes of Croods.
Dawn of the Croods is a great adventure for those that loved the movie… the series is a nice to keep moving the story forward. You can watch all of their pre-hysterical adventures now on Netflix.
This year you can celebrate as a family and still have time for a parents-only party with a whole new set of New Year’s Eve countdowns, available today only on Netflix, designed for preschoolers, tweens and everyone in between. You choose when to say goodnight, and kids choose how to celebrate with their favorite characters.
Already dreaming about pressing play on that New Year’s Eve celebration long before the clock strikes twelve? You’re not the only one. According to a recent survey from Netflix, 9 is the new midnight for parents in the U.S., with nearly half of parents (48%) saying they’d ring in the new year by 9 p.m.
So grab your party hats, noisemakers and 2016 glasses — and celebrate those famous 10 seconds, whether the ball has dropped or not. We won’t tell your kids it’s not midnight if you don’t.
Kids can pick their favorite character or ring in the new year again and again with countdowns featuring Oona and Baba of Puffin Rock, Care Bears & Cousins, Inspector Gadget, the Project Mc2girls, King Julien, or Mr. Peabody & Sherman and all their DreamWorks Animation friends
I love to laugh… growing up in NYC on the weekends I would grab friends and head to Dangerfeld’s comedy club. Over the years of going to see the shows I was lucky enough to catch Rodney at one of the shows. He signed napkins for each of us, ragged on the comedians, and commented how he owned this joint and gets no respect.
So here are 5 comedy specials on Netflix worth checking out…
Bill Burr – I’m Sorry you feel that way — I heard Bill first on the Opie & Anthony Radio show… and since then I’ve been a fan. This set is really funny goes into pop culture which had me in tears.
Chris D’Elia – Incorrigible — You’ve most likely seen Chris on one of the 40 million ads for his great show in NBC undateable. In this set he talks about how much fun the NFL could be with real animals… I had to pause the special to catch my breathe and refill my drink.
Iliza Shlesinger – Freezing Hot — Funny women in comedy is becoming common place (I think a lot in part to Tina Fey). Iliza does a great set about hashtags and a common problem of always being cold.
I’m loving the original series that Netflix has been putting out between House of Cards, Marco Polo, Bloodline, and Daredevil the shows are amazing. I’ve binged watched all 4 of those shows and they are amazing.
Recently Netflix released an interview between Kevin Spacey of House of Cards and Charlie Cox of Daredevil… the video is pretty epic in its own right.