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    Netflix Nabs The Wachowskis & Michael Straczynski's TV Series 'Sense8'

    Though last year’s “Cloud Atlas” wasn’t the barn-burner that some tipped it to be, The Wachowskis aren’t looking back, and are instead getting back to work. Not only are they working on their directorial follow-up "Jupiter Ascending," their first to tackle on their own since 2008’s “Speed Racer,” bu...

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    Netflix Teams Up With the Wachowskis for Their First TV Series 'Sense8'

    Last October we learned that the Wachowski siblings were looking to make their first venture onto the small screen with "Sense8," an hour-long series they developed with showrunner J. Michael Straczynski with the intention of shopping it around to different networks. Further details remained secreti...

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    Netflix Sets Wachowskis Free with J. Michael Straczynski for New Original Content Series 'Sense8'

    Video service Netflix continues to blaze trails in the original content game. In a brilliant move, the company has tapped the Wachowskis ("Cloud Atlas," "The Matrix") and "Babylon 5" creator Michael J. Straczynski to develop a new series, "Sense8." The few details we know about the project promise a...

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    HBO GO "Could Evolve" Into an Internet Package for Non-Subscribers, CEO Plepler Says

    HBO CEO Richard Plepler is considering the possibility of partnering with broadband internet providers to widen access to the company's HBO GO streaming service for non-subscribers. Plepler told Reuters, "Maybe HBO GO, with our broadband partners, could evolve."

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    Netflix Picks Up 'The Killing' Season Three for Streaming, Connects with Facebook

    Netflix has picked up exclusive streaming rights for the third season of the FOX TV mystery series "The Killing" after three months, which is a much shorter window than usual. And on Tuesday, the streaming service announced a new integration with Facebook that will make it even easier for people to ...

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    Netflix Finalizes a Deal to Stream the New Season of 'The Killing' Three Months After It Airs on AMC

    When "The Killing" was brought back for a third season by AMC after the network initially canceled the series last summer, there was speculation that Netflix, who's been in talks about potentially continuing the show themselves, would be involved in the deal in some way. There were no partners menti...

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    Mitchell Hurwitz Wants an 'Arrested Development' Movie to Happen, But Says 'We Have Nothing Else Right Now'

    "There's a reason this kind of thing doesn't happen more often," "Arrested Development" creator Mitchell Hurwitz said of his resurrected comedy series today. "Shows don't reunite because television doesn't work that way. There's no profit model and people go off to do other work."

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    Being Zoe Barnes: Reconsidering the Most Difficult Character in 'House of Cards'

    The characters in Netflix's original series "House of Cards" are fascinatingly manipulative, calculating, ferociously ambitious or destructively idealistic. What they're not is easily likable, especially in the case of Zoe Barnes (Kate Mara), the cub reporter who hitches her star to Representative F...

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    We're Probably Only Getting One New Season of 'Arrested Development' on Netflix

    You win some, you lose some. You learn your beloved cult favorite show has been resurrected seven years after it was canceled by Fox, then you find out it's only getting one season before drifting away again.

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    Robin Wright Hits a Groove, from 'House of Cards' to Upcoming 'Congress' and 'Most Wanted Man'

    After three strong supporting roles in 2011 ("Moneyball," "Rampart," "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo"), Robin Wright returned with headliner power in Netflix's "House of Cards." Much has been said about how the show (reviews: TOH, Indiewire) heralds the new post-TV era (as of February 12 it was the...

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