Since launching its first slate of original programming in 2013, Netflix has won both Emmy and Oscar Awards for shows such as House of Cards, Hemlock Grove, Arrested Development and Orange is the New Black as well as for its documentaries. These shows feature great acting, fascinating characters and biting dialogue. It’s worth investing in the wireless speakers for TV so that you can enjoy every minute of these great shows.
Netflix is the world's leading internet entertainment service with over 151 million paid memberships in over 190 countries enjoying TV series, documentaries and feature films across a wide variety of genres and languages. Members can watch as much as they want, anytime, anywhere, on any internet-connected screen. Members can play, pause and resume watching, all without commercials or commitments. (How many times have you pressed rewind because the dialogue was too quiet on your TV?)
Netflix continues to produce quality programming. Tiny Pretty Things, set in the world of an elite ballet academy and charts the rise and fall of young adults who live far from their homes - each standing on the verge of greatness or ruin, is currently in production in Toronto and slated to debut next year.
Among other projects in development, the service asked Mike Epps and Wanda Sykes to develop a new comedy series. The Upshaws will center on a working-class Africian American family in Indiana struggling to make it work and make it right without the blueprints to do it.
- The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance (premieres Aug. 30)
This is a prequel series to Jim Hensons’ cult classic puppet fantasy film, The Dark Crystal. Among the many impressive cast members who will be lending their voices to the puppets are Taron Egerton, Mark Hamill, Keegan-Michael Key, Andy Samberg, Helena Bonham Carter, Lena Heady, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Nathalie Dormer, Mark Strong, Awkwafina and Sigourney Weaver.
- Unbelievable (Sept. 13 on Netflix)
This new miniseries is based on a true, Pulitzer-Prize winning story about a teen named charged with making a false rape accusation when the police in her town come to doubt her story. But in another state, two police detectives (Toni Collette and Meritt Wever) begin to investigate a series of rapes that share eerily similar details to Adler’s story. The show’s impressive creative team includes Susannah Grant (Erin Brockovich) and novelists Michael Chabon and Ayelet Waldman.
- The Politician (Sept. 27 on Netflix)
In his first show on Netflix, Ryan Murphy (creator of Glee, Pose and American Horror Story) goes big. As Dockterman says, “the show is an over-the-top satire starring Gwyneth Paltrow, Jessica Lange and Benjamin Platt. The occasionally musical dramedy focuses on a wealthy teen with ambitions to become the president of the United States (Platt) who employs national campaign-level tactics as he runs for student body president of his high school.”
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