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  1. 'Chef's Table' Season 2: TV Review

    3:46 pm 5/27/2016

    This beautifully shot survey of international chefs is one of Netflix's best shows.Read more

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  2. Where to Eat, Shop and Sleep in the Upper Florida Keys

    12:15 pm 5/27/2016

    Fishing isn't the only activity attracting tourists to the setting of Netflix's 'Bloodline.'Read more

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  3. How Netflix's 'Bloodline' Made the Florida Keys a Must-Visit Destination

    10:28 am 5/27/2016

    As Islamorada becomes the next hot spot for tourists, locals are turning into amateur tour guides overnight and giving "impromptu tours all day long since the marina in the show is directly behind us," says one resident.Read more

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  4. 'The Do-Over': TV Review

    10:04 am 5/27/2016

    Netflix releases its latest Adam Sandler comedy. A nation mourns.Read more

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  5. Judge Halts Netflix's Plan to Stream Zach Galifianakis Comedy in June

    5:45 am 5/27/2016

    Relativity Media wins the latest round in a bitter battle with its successful reorganization at stake.Read more

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  6. 'Bloodline' Season 2: TV Review

    6:14 pm 5/26/2016

    Season one was an endurance test, but at least it had a reason for being. This one doesn't, unless predictable fallout is your thing.Read more

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  7. 'Bloodline': 7 Things to Remember From Season 1

    4:37 pm 5/26/2016

    Refresh your memory of some of the smaller details and subplots that could crop up again in season two.Read more

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  8. Netflix, Time Warner Shares Benefit from Apple Rumors

    3:58 pm 5/26/2016

    Rumors resurfaced Thursday that Apple was looking for a media company to acquire.Read more

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  9. 'The Little Prince' Gets New Trailer, Release Date

    10:15 am 5/26/2016

    Jeff Bridges, James Franco and Paul Rudd lend their voices to the animated film, which will be released on Netflix.Read more

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  10. Europe Calls for Netflix, Amazon Content Quota

    1:50 am 5/25/2016

    In addition to a 20 percent European content quota, new legislation would allow countries, such as France, to force streaming giants to invest in European films and TV series. Read more

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