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Marvel and Netflix released the first images of their new Daredevil at New York Comic Con this weekend, and they’re already helping us to forget about that terrible Ben Affleck movie. The new series, which will be exclusively available on the streaming outlet, stars Boardwalk Empire’s Charlie Cox, and will be based on Frank Miller’s acclaimed graphic novel Daredevil: The Man without Fear. The first 13-episodes—also starring Rosario Dawson—will be available for your binge watching pleasure in 2015 ... Discuss

Netflix has already disrupted traditional TV with its original series such as House of Cards and Orange is the New Black, but now it’s taking the next step: making a movie. The video streaming service will be working with Harvey Weinstein to create Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: The Green Legend (a sequel of sorts to the popular movie released in 2000). The movie will release on Netflix and have a short run in IMAX theaters in late August of 2015. “The moviegoing experience is evolving quickly and profoundly, and Netflix is unquestionably at the forefront of that movement,” Weinstein said in a statement. “We are tremendously excited to be continuing our great relationship with Netflix and bringing to fans all over the world the latest chapter in this amazing and intriguing story” ... Discuss

Two weeks ago, we posted that a reboot of the classic TGIF sitcom Full House was in the works. Now Deadline is reporting this interesting development: Evidently, Netflix is interested. The show, which would reunite most of the original cast, is still in development, but if Netflix has shown us anything, it’s that they’re not afraid to bring a beloved show back from the dead ... Discuss

In July, Halle Berry appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon to promote her new television show, Extant, in which she plays an astronaut who returns to earth after a year in space with a big secret. Their chatter fluttered around the usual late-night show talk, but buried was a brief—but revealing—discussion about working in TV in this day and age.

“Television is a lot harder than I ever thought it would be,” Berry said. “I thought, ‘I’m going to do television so I can be with my kid more.’ I never see my daughter!” Read More

It appears Netflix believes there’s still money left in the banana stand. Last night, Will Arnett visited the Tonight Show, and Jimmy Fallon asked Gob Bluth the question everyone wants to know the answer to: Have we seen the last of the Bluth family? Arnett confirmed that even though there’s no timeline in place for the return, Netflix is bringing back Arrested Development for a fifth season. Let’s just hope the teamed learned from some of the mistakes of the poorly received fourth season (non-linear episodes, breaking up the cast, overly long scenes) and returns to the formula that made the show great in the first place. Otherwise, this could be a huge mistake ... Discuss

What’s the deal with Seinfeld not being on Netflix? Well, just in case you are in need of one more show to spend countless hours repeat binge watching, one of the greatest sitcoms of all-time may soon be finally headed to the streaming outlet. During a Reddit AMA session yesterday, Jerry Seinfeld said this to a fan who asked if the show would ever be available on Netflix: "You are a very smart and progressive person. These conversations are presently taking place." Obviously, “conversations” doesn’t mean that a deal is a sure-thing, but just the prospect of being able to watch all 180 episodes back-to-back is enough to get our hopes up ... Discuss