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"Titanic" and "What’s Eating Gilbert Grape" are among the movies and shows departing the streaming platform this month.
The Oscar winner made her directorial debut with "Bruised," which premiered on the streaming service on Nov. 24.
"Coming Out Colton" chronicles the former "Bachelor" star's "journey to a new reality." The six-episode docuseries debuts Friday, Dec. 3.
Lavish homes, friendship breakups and extravagant style. Yes, we are already caught up on the latest antics of the Oppenheim Group.
The streaming service announced the movies and shows arriving soon.
The "Game of Thrones" star hilariously "set the record straight" during a comedy roast of The Jonas Brothers for Netflix.
The losses were brought on by the actor's firing from the hit Netflix political thriller for sexual misconduct.
Terra Field was suspended from the company and then reinstated last month after publicly criticizing Chappelle's comedy special as transphobic.
A new South Korean thriller and the "Tiger King" sequel also are trending in this week's rankings.
Two movies with similar names but very different plots are also trending on the streaming service.
Joe Exotic, whose real name is Joseph Maldonado-Passage, was transferred from a federal medical center in Fort Worth, Texas.
The Tony-nominated actor gives a chilling performance as Michael, a queer Latino confidant to Andrew Garfield's Jonathan Larson, in the Netflix musical.
Cpl. Moises Garcia of the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office says the animal sanctuary owner has refused three requests for interviews.
Two holiday rom-coms and Idris Elba's new Western are also trending.
A new nature docuseries and a video game adaptation are among the trending shows on the platform.
Debuting Dec. 2, the gay romantic comedy finds Michael Urie feeling less than merry after getting caught up in a Christmas love triangle.
Marvin Lemus and Linda Yvette Chavez discuss the battles they fought to make Season 2 of the Netflix dramedy even better than the first.
The actor committed and then some to bring his performance in Netflix's "The Power of the Dog" to life.
A new Idris Elba Western and an Italian crime drama are also trending.
A new true-crime docuseries and Nickelodeon family show are also trending.