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  1. Netflix’s 'Bloodline' Scores Second Season

    3:42 pm 3/31/2015

    The Kyle Chandler-led family drama debuted to strong reviews this month.Read more

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  2. Marvel's 'Luke Cage' Taps Cheo Hodari Coker as Showrunner

    11:11 am 3/31/2015

    The Netflix series stars Mike Colter as the bulletproof superhero.Read more

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  3. Anne Sweeney Joins Netflix Board

    8:13 am 3/30/2015

    The streaming giant also adds Microsoft executive vice president Brad Smith, bringing its number of directors to nine.Read more

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  4. Mark Strong Joins Jamie Dornan for Netflix’s 'Jadotville' (Exclusive)

    6:17 am 3/30/2015

    The 'Imitation Game' star also said he may be taking 'A View from the Bridge' from the West End to Broadway later this year.Read more

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  5. Watch the Trailer for Ricky Gervais' 'Derek' Special (Exclusive)

    6:30 am 3/26/2015

    The hourlong program will hit Netflix on April 3.Read more

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  6. Canadian TV Cord-Cutting Accelerates, Says Analyst

    9:05 am 3/25/2015

    The pace of cable cancellations is quickening as Canadians flock to Netflix and the country announces the introduction of pick-and-pay channel pricing by 2016. Read more

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  7. Netflix Nabs Chris Tucker Stand-Up Special (Exclusive)

    8:00 am 3/23/2015

    It marks the comedian's first full-length special.Read more

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  8. Netflix "God Mode" Kills Horizontal Scrolling for Web Browsing

    2:11 pm 3/20/2015

    The unauthorized bookmarklet comes from developer Renan Cakirerk.Read more

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  9. 'Bloodline': Five Things to Look Forward to From Netflix's Kyle Chandler Drama

    9:00 am 3/20/2015

    The executive producers and stars offered hints of what to expect from the show's first season and in subsequent seasons, should Netflix and its subscribers want more.Read more

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  10. 'Fifty Shades' Producer on Salary Demands, Feuding With Harvey Weinstein and Why He Won't Support Hillary Clinton for President

    9:00 am 3/19/2015

    Dana Brunetti, the outspoken president and CEO of Trigger Street Productions, opens up about Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan wanting raises for the sequel ("I'm not going to cry for anybody"), Amy Pascal and whom he'd rather see in the Oval Office come January 2017.Read more

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