It can sit in your queue now, instead of as a DVD on top of your TV for four months.
We’ve got some new info for ya.
Problems in Camelot.
News like this makes me want to repeatedly kill people and keep getting away with it inexplicably.
Get familiar with the Rayburn clan.
Getting beaten up by a blind lawyer can’t be good for criminals’ self-esteem.
Turns out he’s sticking with comedy.
The magic number was four with Adam Sandler, and it’s four here.
If you can survive a doomsday cult, you can probably hack it in the Big Apple.
Netflix vs. hackers.
This may hurt Netflix a little, but it’s one more outlet that will put something out that’s not lowest-common-denominator fare.
He must owe Netflix gambling money and be working it off.
A little something for everyone.
Just when you thought things couldn’t get more intense. So many gasping reaction shots.
Can he at least tell us if it’s going to be better than the last season?
Time to pull the grey suit and tiny bow tie out of moth balls.
Success will be viewed instead as a function of bare breasts and decapitations.
With the (unofficial) announcement that a Wet Hot American Summer series is coming to Netflix, it’s become clear that yesterday’s cult films are becoming today’s television shows. Here are a few more options Netflix should consider.
Finally, an excuse to go into a dark air-conditioned room and sit.
Yowser. Something tells me they won’t all be winners.
Politics as usual.
Looks like NBC’s loss is Netflix’ gain.
“Unpleasantness” = a torrent of sexual allegations.
However, if we’re drawing parallels, I guess his father, who gave him away as a slave, would be his “fish out of water.”
Fine, Amazon. We’ll pay attention. Jeez. Nice work on ‘Transparent’, btw.
Not starring Macauley Culkin, though that would be hilarious.
(to couch) “Hello, old friend.”
They’ll be there for us.
Unless you were doing it before August 12th. Then you’re good for a couple years.