Tag: Arts/Entertainment

Here’s everything new on Netflix in November 2021 — and what’s leaving

From outer space to the North Pole, Netflix Inc. has a little something for everyone in November, with new seasons of some returning favorites, star-studded original movies and a slate of holiday offerings. The most anticipated of the bunch is undoubtedly “Cowboy Bebop” (Nov. 19), the long awaited live-action adaptation of the classic Japanese anime […]

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Here’s everything new to Amazon Prime Video in November 2021

Amazon Prime Video is dropping its biggest original series of the year in November, along with some returning favorites and a solid slate of movies. “The Wheel of Time” (Nov. 19) is the big-budget series adaptation of the best-selling fantasy novels by Robert Jordan that Amazon AMZN, -2.90% hopes can be its own version of […]

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Alec Baldwin’s ‘Rust’ film set hampered by worker complaints over pay, long hours and safety

The movie set on which Alec Baldwin discharged a prop firearm in an incident that killed one person and wounded another was hampered by worker complaints over pay and conditions, according to people familiar with the filming. The camera crew walked off the set earlier this week, according to the people. Workers complained about pay, long hours, […]

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Here’s what’s new to Hulu in November 2021 — and what’s leaving

Hulu is bringing back two of its best series in November, along with a slate of holiday movies. The “anti-historical” satire “The Great” (Nov. 19) returns for its second season, with Gillian Anderson joining the cast as the mother of Catherine the Great (Elle Fanning), who seize the Russian throne from her husband, Peter (Nicholas […]

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Netflix says ‘Bridgerton’ is its most-watched series ever — but maybe not for long

For the first time, Netflix Inc. has revealed data about the number of hours its most popular programming has been watched. Speaking Monday at the Code Conference in Beverly Hills, Calif., co-CEO Ted Sarandos showed a slide that listed Netflix’s NFLX, +0.04% top 10 shows by hours watched in their first 28 days after release. […]

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Here’s everything coming to Netflix in October 2021 — and what’s leaving

Netflix Inc. has a bag full of Halloween-themed shows and movies coming in October, along with some big-name original films and the return of some series that viewers may have forgotten about. After a nearly two-year absence, the stalker thriller “You” (Oct. 15) returns with a third season, which finds Joe (Penn Badgley) now married […]

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