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The story of a Harlem honors student whose life changes when he’s charged with murder is one of the top movies on Netflix right now.
A new generation of superheroes are at the forefront of a popular drama.
The latest glimpse at the forthcoming installment of Netflix's horror sci-fi smash also hints at the return of a chilling Season 1 villain.
"Brokeback Mountain," “Sherlock” and "Milk" are among the movies departing the streaming platform this month.
Maya Rudolph, Eric Andre, Abbi Jacobson and other comedians lent their voices to this new release from Sony Pictures Animation.
The YA fantasy adaptation still dominates, but a new Spanish thriller and South Korean mafia drama aren't far behind.
The Netflix executive loves the intersection of internet and entertainment — and is finding ways to make sure Black audiences are being served the content they deserve.
The streaming service announced the movies and shows arriving soon.
The Netflix comedy will shift the focus away from Aziz Ansari's Dev when it returns May 23.
The groundbreaking Netflix comedy is based on creator Ryan O’Connell’s life as a gay man with cerebral palsy. Its final season kicks off May 20.