Netflix is really going all in on “The Witcher“. As one Netflix‘s most popular series to date, it is understandable that their may be some spin-offs or other productions in the works. Yet, no one expected an animated series/anime set in the world of “The Witcher”.Continue reading Netflix Is Making An Animated Series For The Witcher???
Declared one of the greatest shows of all time, and today will be your last day to stream the series many grew up loving. So, if you plan on streaming this beloved series next year in 2020 on Netflix, you may have to alter some plans because starting tomorrow “Friends” will no longer be available on that streaming platform.Continue reading Today Will Be The Last Day You Can Watch “Friends” On Netflix??
Despite its terrible critical reviews, Netflix‘s “The Witcher” manages to dethrone “The Mandalorian” and somehow become the most in-demand series in the world!Continue reading “The Witcher” Beats “The Mandalorian” To Become The Biggest Show In The World Right Now
Argued to be one of the greatest animated shows of all time that managed to transcend that of a children’s cartoon, Nickelodeon‘s “Avatar: The Last Airbender” has been a show to remember ever since its first episode. And now it will be getting a live action adaptation that will honor the source material and hopefully become one of Netflix‘s new hit shows.Continue reading Netflix’s “Avatar: The Last Airbender” Will Start Production In Early 2020
The reviews are in on Netflix‘s “The Witcher” series (based off the novels of the same name by Andrzej Sapkowski) and they have all been pretty divisive. It seems as though 50% of critics love it whereas the other 50% absolutely hated it, comparing it to “Game of Thrones” and “The Mandalorian“. Now, whereas we here at Shallow Graves absolutely adored it, some media outlets didn’t and only watched around 1-2 episodes before reviewing it. This seemed to tick off showrunner Lauren S. Hissrich a little bit.Continue reading Netflix’s “The Witcher” Showrunner Bashes Useless Critics
This show may not be what a lot of people expected. Based off novels of the same name, the series also gained immense popularity with the release of CD Projekt Red‘s video games, and if you had not played them or read the books, you may not know what you were in store for. And it definitely seems as though critics didn’t get what they wanted.Continue reading Critics Are Wrong About Netflix’s “The Witcher”…
With the release of Netflix‘s newest and highly anticipated fantasy series only on the horizon, Netflix is starting to give us some sneak peeks into the world of “The Witcher” and the characters we will be following throughout the show.Continue reading “The Witcher” Introduces Characters In These Little Featurettes
Netflix‘s new fantasy epic is coming to their streaming service very soon, and with that release, Netflix will have to decide whether or not the show will be picked up for another season or not. If it is, then wow are they in luck because showrunner, Lauren Hissrich, has seven seasons already mapped out and planned for the show.Continue reading “The Witcher” Showrunners Have Seven Seasons Planned
“The Witcher” Netflix series is approaching quickly. Now that a release date has been revealed alongside a new trailer for the fantasy epic drama, you can mark off your calendar for when Geralt arrives on your screens.Continue reading “The Witcher” Trailer Shows Some Epic Combat Scenes
Netflix really loves the idea of splitting their shows season’s into two. They’ve done it with “The Ranch” and “Bojack Horseman” and now they’re doing it with “Lucifer“. That’s right, the upcoming fifth and final season for the paranormal crime drama will be split into two halves.Continue reading Netflix’s “Lucifer” Final Season Will Be Split Into Two Parts