Netflix has never been shy about picking up shows, some are amazing, some are bland, and others just float around. “The Umbrella Academy” seems to fit into all these categories but none all at the same time. It adds a new take on the superhero genre while also introducing casual audiences to something other than Marvel or DC heroes. I can without a doubt tell you I had never heard of this comic series until the show dropped on Netflix, but I’m glad it did and it is an incredible thing for it’s creator Gerard Way has made.
February 15th marked the release of a new Netflix original show, “The Umbrella Academy”. Inspired by the comic series of the same name and published by creators Gerard Way and Dark Horse Comics, this show offers a somewhat different feel than products given to us by the big two (Marvel and DC comics). Which brings up the question, where did this come from?
Although Netflix has not released a premiere date for Season 4 of Lucifer, it is expected to premiere sometime in 2019. The cast and fans alike have reason to celebrate after FOX cancelled the series earlier this year. Below is a celebratory video of the cast announcing day 1 of shooting! We here at Shallow Graves are so excited!!!
After much fan outrage and support of FOX dropping ‘Lucifer’ from their fall line up, NETFLIX has breathed new life into this highly popular show but that may not be all…will we be seeing more than before, Netflix is notable for its not ready for primetime restrictionsof nudity, violence, launguage and now Lucifer may be joining the ranks.
Deadline recently reported: While Marvel has had a lot of TV success with the Netflix series and recently Hulu’s Runaways, Fox’s The Gifted and FX’s Legion, the track record of Marvel dramas on corporate sibling ABC has been mixed.
Netflix subscribers in USA and Canada will be able to watch television drama, Harlan Coben’sThe Five, produced by award-winning RED Production Company. Netflix has acquired the rights to the ten part crime thriller for the USA and Canadian territory strand of the popular streaming service, opening up the series to a breadth of new audiences.
When I was a kid, my brother Nick passed down the first four books of a certain series. The pages were filled with everything from steampunk, mystery, secret societies, and murder. I immediately fell in love. ‘A Series Of Unfortunate Events’has grown to be a huge franchise that is now getting the attention it truly deserves, thanks to Netflix.
LORELAI AND RORY ARE BACK…AND THEY BROUGHT TREATS…!!!
Friday, November 25this upon us and no we are not talking about any black Friday deals here, but what we are talking about and all we have been talking about is the return of our gals, Lorelai, Rory, and Emily Gilmore. The Gilmore Girls are gracing our Netflix screens again after an awful NINE years of them being on hiatus. To celebrate we know you have your pop-tarts ready, the largest pizza EVER ordered and of course most importantly a COFFEE cup filled to the brim.