Netflix has the perfect bloody Valentine planned for February 14 thanks to the return of House of Cards for the show’s second season, which follows the hugely successful debut in 2013 on top of four Golden Globe nominations — including for Best TV Series – drama, and three nods for actors Robin Wright, Kevin Spacey and Corey Stoll.
Over the past year, Netflix has branched out from simply providing viewers with content–which Netflix in turn must pay royalties on–to producing their own original content. Netflix will continue to pursue this direction with the approval of a second season of the gothic mystery thriller Hemlock Grove.
In celebration of the new Netflix series Hemlock Grove from executive producer Eli Roth, The GATE is giving away a special Hemlock Grove prize pack for the scary new series which includes a Roku player with a 6-month subscription to Netflix Canada!
Netflix debuted their series of Arrested Development character-themed ads today, to help promote the May 26 return of the long-awaited fourth season, which will feature 15 episodes.
This week, Netflix and Fox Television Studios announced that the third season of The Killing will be available to stream on Netflix just three months after the finale airs on AMC. In anticipation of the third season’s debut on Netflix, The GATE is giving away a special prize pack including a subscription to Netflix and a Roku.
The final countdown is on for holiday shopping, so I’ve put together a few suggestions for must-have stocking stuffers and extra little gifts to make that someone in your life smile this December.
And the best part? Most of these gifts can be picked up in stores, and they’re mostly under $50.
Halloween is just around the corner, and The GATE and Netflix are giving you a chance to explore some of the scariest, silliest and most original horror movies currently streaming on Netflix, with a little help from Dave Alexander, editor-in-chief over at Rue Morgue Magazine.
If you’re a Canadian Netlix user, there’s good news this week, but there’s also bad news.
The good news is that Netflix is bringing Arrested Development back for a fourth season with all the talent involved once again, including Jason Bateman and producer/narrator Ron Howard.
Welcome to 2011, my friends, which I’m dubbing the year of “Gettin’ Stuff Done”. What the stuff will be, I have no idea, but I’m already feeling 65% more efficient with the concept alone.
Earlier today I was a few mouse clicks away from signing up for Netflix here in Canada, but I started doing a little research that changed my mind pretty quickly.