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Netflix’s ‘Insatiable’ takes 12 mind-numbing hours to add insult to injury

Turns out Insatiable wasn’t better than advertised. If you’re not caught up on the controversy, in July, Netflix dropped a trailer for the new campy, teen series—and some viewers (understandably) lost it. Labeling the preview an unequivocal display of fat-shaming, many called for its cancellation prior to the series’ premiere.  SEE ALSO: 22 truly abhorrent...CONTINUE READING
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Here’s to all the TV romances that didn’t make it

It’s Summer Lovin’ Week here at Mashable, which means things are getting steamy. In honor of the release of Crazy Rich Asians, we’re celebrating onscreen love and romance, looking at everything from our favorite fictional couples to how Hollywood’s love stories are evolving. Think of it as our love letter to, well, love. Entertainment fans...CONTINUE READING
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Things might get steamy with Joyce and Hopper in ‘Stranger Things’ Season 3

No matter how upside down the world becomes, there’s always room to find love. At least that’s what Stranger Things star David Harbour is hinting at when it comes to Season 3 of the Netflix phenomenon.  More specifically, Harbour teased fans about the undeniable chemistry between his character Hopper and Winona Ryder’s Joyce during a...CONTINUE READING
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Surprise! Netflix suddenly cancels ‘The Break with Michelle Wolf’

Netflix isn’t known for being quick to cancel or even do much quality control with its glut of original content. But the streaming service confirmed that the company would not be ordering additional episodes of The Break with Michelle Wolf. The move comes as a bit of an unpleasant surprise, considering the cancellation is happening...CONTINUE READING
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Netflix is testing ads and people are freaking out

Say it ain’t so.  The company that almost single-handedly introduced us to binging video has apparently gone decidedly old-school with the latest innovation being tested on its platform. That’s right, Netflix is running commercials.  SEE ALSO: Netflix has tons of hidden categories — here’s how to see them So reports Cord Cutter News, which notes...CONTINUE READING
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Why ‘The Princess Diaries’ should be revived for streaming

It’s Summer Lovin’ Week here at Mashable, which means things are getting steamy. In honor of the release of Crazy Rich Asians, we’re celebrating onscreen love and romance, looking at everything from our favorite fictional couples to how Hollywood’s love stories are evolving. Think of it as our love letter to, well, love. It’s been...CONTINUE READING
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Netflix has tons of hidden categories — here’s how to see them

Netflix hidden categories are the secret to better binging, friends.  The vast amount of content on Netflix can get pretty unwieldy. Luckily, there’s a secret, better way to browse the swaths of mediocre titles on the streaming service to get to what you’re really looking for. Netflix has a master list of hidden categories that...CONTINUE READING
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‘The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society’ is the perfect appetizer to the ‘Downton Abbey’ movie

Right this very instant, somewhere out there the Downton Abbey movie is being made. Perhaps the Crawley family is having a hushed conversation as cameras circle in. Or maybe the cast and crew are on a dainty craft services break!Regardless, the Downton Abbey movie is happening. And we have no release date. SEE ALSO: Netflix’s...CONTINUE READING
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Jerry Seinfeld hypes his Netflix series with Google Maps reviews and dad jokes

“I was in our Nation’s Capital and there’s only one place to eat when you’re in our Nation’s Capital. But they were closed.” Jerry Seinfeld is currently in pop culture’s good graces thanks to his excellent web-turned-Netflix series, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. And now, to help spread the word, he’s started leaving restaurant reviews...CONTINUE READING
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