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Netflix Launches Online Shop With Show-Branded Merchandise

Netflix is diving into ecommerce with the launch of its first branded merchandise shop on Thursday. Featuring streetwear collections, home decor, jewelry and other merchandise, the shop will…

This Week in TV: ‘Kardashians’ Say Goodbye, ‘Lupin,’ ‘Blindspotting’

An era of reality TV ends this week when Keeping Up With the Kardashians airs its final episode ever. Also on tap are the return of a Netflix international hit, a TV adaptation of the…

Netflix’s ‘Lupin’ Part 2: TV Review

Omar Sy returns for five more episodes of heists, Parisian style and revenge in this story of a master criminal inspired by Maurice Leblanc's Arsène Lupin character.

‘TV’s Top 5’: ‘Lupin’ and ‘We Are Lady Parts’ — Inside the Rise of Global TV

Welcome to Episode 123 of TV’s Top 5, The Hollywood Reporter‘s TV podcast. Every week, hosts Lesley Goldberg (West Coast TV editor) and Daniel Fienberg (chief TV critic) break down the…

Netflix’s New Releases Coming in June 2021

Kevin Hart’s Fatherhood and new episodes of the TV series Lupin and Too Hot to Handle are among the highly anticipated titles set to hit Netflix next month. Originally set to be released by Sony

Netflix Greenlights New French Series, Films

Hot off the global success of 'Lupin,' the global streamer is backing a slate of French action films and TV dramas.

‘Lupin’ Director Louis Leterrier, Netflix Reteam for Action Comedy

The French film will be a follow-up to the 2012 action comedy 'On the Other Side of the Tracks,' with Omar Sy and Laurent Lafitte starring.

Omar Sy on Making Netflix Hit ‘Lupin’ Under COVID Lockdown

The French star discusses shooting the show in Paris amid changing restrictions, how the series shows "France as it is" and why Netflix is "the Olympics of TV."

European Directors Call on Streamers to Commit to “Fair” Compensation

The European film and TV directors association is calling on global streaming companies to share their viewership figures and pay filmmakers for success.