I’m in favor of anything that gets more people to watch Lucha Underground.
I thought there would be some nostalgia with this show, but I had no idea it would be such a success.
If they don’t form Voltron by the end of the first episode, I’m not watching any more of the show.
Offline playback is a really cool feature. I hope Netflix adds this soon.
Interesting. I don’t remember Ms. Yung from *G.I. Joe: retaliation*, but clips I’ve seen seem to show that she has the fighting moves down.
Works for me.
I can’t say I’ve been a fan of any of their recent movies, but maybe the freedom of television will be good for them. Also, I’m interested to see if this feels like a high budget production for Netflix.
Justice League Unlimited is one of my all-time, favorite comic-related shows. I am super pumped it’s now available on Netflix. Also available are its pre-cursor show, [Justice Leauge](http://instantwatcher.com/titles/201176) and a more recent animated offering from DC, [Young Justice](http://instantwatcher.com/titles/201175).
If you have been on the fence about watching *Daredevil*, take a few minutes and watch this scene. It is a signature scene from an excellent show.
I really hope *Daredevil* isn’t terrible.
I hadn’t heard anything about this show, but the trailer looks pretty solid. Also, I really like Ellie Kemper in pretty much every thing I’ve seen her in.
I vote for Alexandra Daddario.
> Led by a series focused on “Daredevil,” followed by “Jessica Jones,” “Iron Fist” and “Luke Cage,” the epic will unfold over multiple years of original programming, taking Netflix members deep into the gritty world of heroes and villains of Hell’s Kitchen, New York. Netflix has committed to a minimum of four, thirteen episodes series and a culminating Marvel’s “The Defenders” mini-series event that reimagines a dream team of self-sacrificing, heroic characters.
Woah. Huge move by Netflix.
I am, unsurprisingly, pumped about this.
I guess this means I will finally watch some *Adventure Time.* That should help me identify the 30% of cosplayers at various conventions that I have been assuming are wearing something Adventure Time related.
> Netflix continues to scoop up whole catalogs of TV dramas for a lot less money. Netflix’s latest little deal is with Warner Bros. — not the movie studio but its television division — giving it exclusive streaming rights to completed seasons of the J.J. Abrams-produced Revolution (a big debut on NBC last year), 666 Park Avenue (another just-canceled ABC “supernatural thriller” trying to recapture Lost’s early magic), and basic cable entries Political Animals and Longmire. Warner Bros. is also licensing the full runs of The West Wing (already streaming on Netflix), Chuck, and Fringe, plus Fox’s not-yet-aired Kevin-Bacon-chases-a-serial-killer drama The Following.
Good move by Netflix. I am particularly looking forward to watching the last couple of seasons of Chuck.
These are great. I might just set the [Red Sox one from their 2004 World Series win](http://www.netflix.com/Movie/30_for_30_Four_Days_in_October/70170094) on a loop when I am not watching anything.