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Old 01-25-17, 10:18 PM   #1276
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Re: The OFFICIAL Noteworthy New Arrivals to Netflix Thread

Pardon my ignorance but has Netflix and Amazon decided not to do anymore streaming newer releases? For awhile there it seemed they would throw us a bone and stream a movie every couple weeks that came out the same time as redbox (which was still several weeks after on-demand, video store release date) but now I don't see much. Sausage Party on the 23rd is close I guess.
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Old 01-25-17, 10:24 PM   #1277
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Pardon my ignorance but has Netflix and Amazon decided not to do anymore streaming newer releases? For awhile there it seemed they would throw us a bone and stream a movie every couple weeks that came out the same time as redbox (which was still several weeks after on-demand, video store release date) but now I don't see much. Sausage Party on the 23rd is close I guess.
Death Race 2050 (straight to video) just came out on Netflix last week on the same day it was released on BD.

But them posting actual new studio movies is more miss than hit. They tend to focus more on TV, Netflix originals and older movies.
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Old 01-25-17, 10:57 PM   #1278
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The more original shows on Netflix, the chances of seeing newer movies/same as Redbox will dwindle is my best guess. I'd rather they get some better movies and get rid of the cheaper crap I have to dig through just to find something decent. And what's with the Roku app playing music or a trailer when I hover over a title? Good god that's really annoying, and there's no option to turn it off except for muting. Guess I'll be casting titles unless that goes away.
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Old 01-25-17, 11:20 PM   #1279
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The more original shows on Netflix, the chances of seeing newer movies/same as Redbox will dwindle is my best guess. I'd rather they get some better movies and get rid of the cheaper crap I have to dig through just to find something decent. And what's with the Roku app playing music or a trailer when I hover over a title? Good god that's really annoying, and there's no option to turn it off except for muting. Guess I'll be casting titles unless that goes away.
Netflix/Hulu/Amazon will never be the same time as Red Box (or Vudu, Amazon Instant, iTunes) for major movies, they have to settle for a cable window (ie: HBO timeframe, about 8 months), not a new releases window (ie: release to DVD timeframe, about 3 months) since the movies still make a ton of profit off DVDs/Blurays.

Their fastest releases tend to be Disney (ie: they had Captain America: Civil War, the Jungle Book, Zootopia, and Alice Through the Looking Glass were all about 7 months after their theatrical releases) since they're more or less the exclusive "Cable" provider for Disney movies (it used to be Starz). They stopped focusing on movies so much because they generally cost $20 - $30m for rights and are all of 90 minutes of content versus $50m for a 12 episode series, and I'm on board with that for the most part. That said they do seem to be culling their movies down a bit, less B movie in favor of fewer movies of higher grade -- albeit most are lesser known.

There's no option to shut off the trailers yet as it's a newer feature, they don't bother me but I agree the music is pretty awful. I usually just hop on InstantWatcher.com and add stuff to my queue.

All this said, I do wish they would commit to a Tuesday, or Saturday, night "new movie" release like HBO does. Add a new decently well known movie a week, something to look forward to.

The only "big" titles coming in February appear to be Finding Dory and Sausage Party. Though I am looking forward to the Andy Whitfield documentary.

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Old 01-25-17, 11:39 PM   #1280
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And that's understandable, and I'm not expecting same date as Redbox for Netflix streaming, considering how cheap Netflix still is, for now at least. Though I have noticed a lot of stuff coming to streaming subscription services months before they would typically come to cable. There is a lot of older stuff I'd rather see pop up than new, but I guess I'll settle for Tribeca Shortlist in the meantime.
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Old 02-01-17, 09:46 AM   #1281
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Re: The OFFICIAL Noteworthy New Arrivals to Netflix Thread

Finding Dory is on Netflix starting today

I think Woman in Gold (Mirren, Reynolds) is new as well. Knowing, Babe, Day Watch, Contact and Mulholland Drive returned.
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Old 02-03-17, 01:27 PM   #1282
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Santa Clarita Diet Is now streaming. I watched the first episode and really liked it. Try to avoid reading previews as some spoiled the "twist". Wish I hadn't known about it.

It has a good set of stars attached (Drew Barrymore, Andy Richter, Timothy Olyphant, and Nathan Fillian.)
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Old 02-04-17, 07:45 PM   #1283
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The entire 1st season of Frequency, which just aired on The CW, is now available on Netflix.

I know most here have so much stuff to watch, but I though it was a good watch for it's 13 episodes. It's loosely based on the movie that starred Dennis Quaid and Jim Caviezel. I think it's a fairly easy show to binge watch and it's quite heavily serialized.

No spoilers, but the season wraps mostly with closure. They do leaves a small element open for another season.
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Re: The OFFICIAL Noteworthy New Arrivals to Netflix Thread

And Netflix is spending a lot more money on original content than movies.
As of 2016
" 6,494 movies and 1,609 TV shows in its U.S. catalog in January 2014. As of this week [Mar 2016], it has 4,335 movies and 1,197 shows. That’s a 33% dip in films and a 26% drop in television shows in a bit more than two years. "
I think I read they're targeting 50% of their catalog to be original content in the next few years. So watch the Hollywood movies while you can.
I definitely think "New Release xxxday" would be a cool way to have perception try to counter that reality.

Two eps in to OA - hearing mixed reviews. I'll give it a one or two more (and I think it's not that many eps anyway.)
Looking forward to catching up on Crazy Ex Girlfriend.
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Old 02-07-17, 10:16 AM   #1285
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Michael Bolton's Big, Sexy, Valentine's Day Special was added today. This is basically a Lonely Island special. From Akiva Schaffer (Lonely Island) and Scott Aukerman (writer of W/ Bob and Dave, director of Between Two Ferns)

In typical Netflix fashion, there is no other information available than it co-stars Bolton, Andy Samberg, Michael Sheen, and Sarah Silverman.
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Old 02-13-17, 01:39 PM   #1286
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The Valentine's Day movie for this year is Girlfriend's Day from Bob Odenkirk and company:

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Old 02-13-17, 04:51 PM   #1287
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That looks great -- I love me some Bob Odenkirk. Worth my Netflix subscription fee for the month of February.
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Death Race 2050 (straight to video) just came out on Netflix last week on the same day it was released on BD.

But them posting actual new studio movies is more miss than hit. They tend to focus more on TV, Netflix originals and older movies.
They've dumped an awful lot of TV I was in the middle of, sadly . First world problems .

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Re: The OFFICIAL Noteworthy New Arrivals to Netflix Thread

Arriving on Netflix for March 2017

*indicates the title is available for download

March 1
Angry Birds Season 2*
Blazing Saddles
Chicago*
Deep Run*
Dirt Every Day Season 1*
Epic Drives Season 2*
Friday After Next
Head 2 Head Season 2*
Hot Rod Unlimited Season 1*
Ignition Season 1
Impossible Dreamers*
Jurassic Park*
Jurassic Park III*
Kate and Mim-Mim Season 2*
Know Your Enemy - Japan*
Kung Fu Panda*
Let There Be Light*
Memento*
Midnight in Paris*
Nacho Libre
Nazi Concentration Camps*
Roadkill Season 2*
Rolling Stones: Crossfire Hurricane*
San Pietro*
Singing with Angels*
Sustainable*
Slumbs of Beverly Hills
The Craft*
This Is Spinal Tap*
Tenacious D in: The Pick of Destiny
The Lost World: Jurassic Park*
The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress*
The Negro Soldier*
Thunderbolt*
Tunisian Victory*

March 3
Greenleaf Season 1

March 4
Safe Haven

March 5
Senora Acero Season 3

March 7
Amy Schumer: The Leather Special

March 8
Hands of Stone*
The Waterboy

March 9
Thithi*

March 10
Buddy Thunderstruck Season 1
Burning Sands
Love Season 2
One More Time Season 1
The Boss' Daughter

March 13
Must Love Dogs
Million Dollar Baby

March 15
Disney's The BFG
Notes on Blindness*

March 16
Beau Sejour Season 1
Coraline*

March 17
Diedra & Laney Rob a Train
Julie's Greenroom Season 1
Marvel's Iron Fist Season 1
Naledi: A Baby Elephant's Tale*
Pandora*
Samurai Gourmet Season 1

March 18
Come and Find Me*
The Vampire Diaries Season 8*

March 20
El Reemplazante Season 1-2

March 21
Ali & Nino*
Another Forever*
Evolution*
Fire at Sea (Fuocommare)

March 23
How to Get Away with Murder Season 3*
Welcome to New York*

March 24
Botternsikes & Gumbles: Season 2
Déjà Vu
Felipe Neto: My Life Makes No Sense
Grace and Frankie Season 3
Ingobernable Season 1
Spider
The Square
The Most Hated Woman in America
Who Framed Roger Rabbit

March 25
The Student Body*
USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage*

March 26
The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

March 27
Better Call Saul Season 2

March 28
Archer Season 7
Jo Koy: Live from Seattle

March 30
Life in Pieces Season 1

March 31
13 Reasons Why Season 1
Bordertown Season 1
Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life Season 1
Dinotrux Season 4
FirstBorn*
Five Came Back
GLOW: The Story of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling*
Rosewood Season 1
The Carmichael Show Seasons 1-2
The Discover
Trailer Park Boys Season 11

Leaving Netflix in March 2017

March 1
Jaws
Jaws 2
Jaws 3
Jaws: The Revenge
Justice League: The Flashpoint
Justice League: War
Paradox
Keeping Up Appearances
Monarch of the Glen: Seasons 1 - 7
National Lampoon's Animal House
Robin Hood: Seasons 1 - 3
Survivors: Series 1 - 2

March 2
Black or White
Sweetwater

March 3
Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey
Misfire
Web Junkie

March 4
Entertainment
I Dream of Wires
Otto the Rhino
Seashore
The Discoverers
The Nanny Diaries

March 5
Food Chains
Jail Caesar
The Days to Come
Two Hundred Thousand Dirty

March 6
Pit Stop
Rigor Mortis

March 7
Hansel vs. Gretel

March 8
Love At First Fight
The Starving Games

March 15
Boy
B for Boy
My Girlfriend's Boyfriend
Sushi: The Global Catch

March 16
American Dreamz

March 23
Love Me
The Invincible Iron Man

March 25
All Stars
Pup
The Perfect Wedding

March 27
Dragonwolf

March 28
Erasing Hate
The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness

March 29
6 Guns
Detropia
I Melt With You
Mega Shark vs. Mecha Shark
The Life and Crimes of Doris Payne

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Old 03-01-17, 10:26 PM   #1290
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This should be a fun show. I loved the original GLOW back in the 80's.

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Netflix is launching its straight-to-series wrestling comedy GLOW on June 23, according to a very 1980s video announcement launched by the company today.

Inspired by the short-lived but beloved show from the ’80s, GLOW tells the story of Ruth Wilder (Alison Brie), an out-of-work, struggling actress in Los Angeles who finds one last chance for stardom when she’s thrust into the glitter and spandex world of women’s wrestling. In addition to working with 12 Hollywood misfits, Ruth also has to compete with Debbie Eagan (Betty Gilpin), a former soap actress who left the business to have a baby only to be sucked back into work when her picture perfect life is not what it seems. And at the wheel is Sam Sylvia, played by Marc Maron, a washed-up, B-movie director who must now lead this group of women and a journey to wrestling stardom.
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I wasn't aware of this. Netflix has a form for requesting Movies & TV Shows.

It probably doesn't have much influence on what they actually get. But if you really want something, it's worth a shot.

https://help.netflix.com/en/titlerequest
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St. Elsewhere requested!
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Old 03-13-17, 12:56 AM   #1293
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I suggested Baywatch (been wanting to revisit the series for a long long time)

However, I think the music clearance rights might prohibit it from streaming.

I also suggested Van Helsing the series from SyFy. I didn't get a chance to see it when it aired and since Netflix has the rights to Dark Matter, I suggested it.
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20 episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000 (not the new season) will hit Netflix tomorrow:

http://www.avclub.com/article/20-fan...flix-to-252076
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FYI

Korean Zombie Thriller Train to Busan is now on Netflix as of today
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Old 03-18-17, 09:57 PM   #1296
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Korean Zombie Thriller Train to Busan is now on Netflix as of today
Thanks, something to check out when I finish Iron Fist.
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Old 03-31-17, 08:54 AM   #1297
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A lot of content posted on Netflix today

new original series 13 Reasons Why

Party of Five

Rosewood season 1

The Night Shift season 1 and 2

The Real Ghostbusters animated complete series

Salem season 3

The Client List seasons 1 and 2

The Carmichael show
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Old 03-31-17, 03:29 PM   #1298
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The Discovery also released today.
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That sounds like an amazing premise
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Old 03-31-17, 07:56 PM   #1300
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I started using the ps4 to stream netflix, I dont know if it is on all devices, but they started quick previews when you hover over title, really cool
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