'Lost In Space' hasn't been renewed for a second season, but the co-creators have plenty of ideas if it does get the green light.
The reviews are in for Netflix's remake of classic 60s series 'Lost In Space', and it would seem the majority of those who have sat down to binge the debut season of the new show are enjoying what co-creators Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless have offered up. So where does the series go from here? No official order has yet been given for a second season, but we wouldn't be surprised to hear in the near future that it'll be returning - especially after that shock season 1 ending!
Molly Parker stars as Maureen Robinson in the new 'Lost In Space' Netflix series
Netflix have never been a streaming service to release the numbers of subscribers who tune into their original content, so it's a bit of a waiting game for us all when it comes to learning whether or not enough people have watched 'Lost In Space' for it to make a return. Even the series' co-creators are in the same boat.
Continue reading: 'Lost In Space' Creators Already Developing Season 2
The video is designed to discourage those with suicide issues from watching the show alone.
'13 Reasons Why' may have been an extremely popular drama, but it certainly wasn't without its controversies. Thus, Netflix commissioned a study to explore how the show has affected viewers as a majority, and they've added a suicide warning video rather than a standard disclaimer ahead of season two.
'13 Reasons Why' star Dylan Minnette at Variety's Power of Young Hollywood event
Criticised for 'glorifying' ideas of teen suicide, the show explored why a high school girl named Hannah Baker took her own life through a series of cassette tapes she left behind blaming her death on her friends, bullies and those who had broken her trust.
The younger cast members will be getting the biggest boost when it comes to their pay.
'Stranger Things' is without a doubt one of the most popular original shows Netflix has in its catalogue. Though the streaming service don't officially reveal their numbers, the series is one that has the world talking, with a third season currently in development. Filming has now been confirmed to kick off on the batch of new episodes this April, but this week some more interesting information has been released.
The 'Stranger Things' cast will pocket some nice cheques for season 3
It turns out that the cast of the award-winning show will be getting a boost to their wages from season 3 and beyond, with some of the youngest members seeing their salaries rise 12 times higher than what they've been paid for the first two seasons of the series. The deals closed last week, but Netflix have declined to comment on the reports.
Continue reading: The Cast Of 'Stranger Things' Get Big Pay Rise For Season 3
The series will be making its return to Netflix at some point in 2019.
It looks like some more new faces will be headed to the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana when 'Stranger Things' makes its return for a third season next year. The series has never been afraid to bring new blood into the fold to help progress the narrative, and did a brilliant job with their newbies when the second season rolled around.
Charlie Heaton and Natalia Dyer in the second season of 'Stranger Things'
Now, with the Duffer Brothers' 80s sci-fi drama series moving into production for a batch of eight new episodes, more details will begin to bubble to the surface in regards to what viewers can expect from the future. We know of course that the main group of teens will be returning to the spotlight, and that David Harbour and Winona Ryder will also make a comeback, but what about those new faces?
Continue reading: Details Drop Surrounding New Characters For 'Stranger Things' Season 3
The Roxanne Shanté story comes to Netflix in March.
Coming to Netflix this Spring is 'Roxanne Roxanne'; the story of pioneering female rapper Roxanne Shanté, and her rise to fame from humble beginnings on the harsh streets of Queens, New York. The star herself is credited as an executive producer for the movie, while her young self is played by Chanté Adams.
Roxanne Shante at Tribeca Film Festival
Roxanne Shanté (whose real name is Lolita Shanté Gooden) began rapping at the tender age of 13 and by the time she was 14, she was a part of Marley Marl and radio DJ Mr. Magic's 80s hip hop collective The Juice Crew.
The star plays Betty Cooper in The CW's successful Archie Comics adaptation series.
When 'Riverdale' was first announced to be coming to The CW, nobody really knew what to expect. Could a series based on the characters and storylines woven throughout Archie Comics really be as tonally dark and gritty as was suggested by the teasers? Turns out it could, as the show surpassed all expectations and became a major hit with audiences.
Lili Reinhart has continuously impressed in her role of Betty Cooper in 'Riverdale'
Now in its second season, 'Riverdale' continues to impress, and when a completely new series based on the narrative in the comic series 'The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina' was announced, many thought it would provide the perfect opportunity for the two worlds to collide. They were of course from the same comic book universe, so why not?
Ryan Murphy is set to bring exciting new content to Netflix.
Netflix continues to cement itself as THE place to go to for good television, landing a huge deal with showrunner Ryan Murphy that will see the series creator bring new shows to the streaming platform for at least the next five years. The move comes after the company also brought Shonda Rhimes on board, and will see a huge chunk of Murphy and Rhimes fans either renew or start up their subscription to the service when their original content begins to stream.
Ryan Murphy has signed a huge deal with Netflix
Having created such shows as 'Nip/Tuck', 'Glee' and 'American Horror Story', Murphy is without a doubt a man who's able to entice viewers, keep them coming back for more and implement an addictive and compelling narrative. Able to keep multiple series on the go at one time, he's an incredibly valuable asset to the companies he works for.
Continue reading: Ryan Murphy Signs Five Year Netflix Deal Worth $300 Million
The pair are joining as part of a cast shake-up following the production hiatus after Kevin Spacey was fired last year.
Kinnear and Lane, both former Oscar nominees, are to join the cast ahead of production on the sixth and final season resuming production on Wednesday (January 31st). This follows a months-long hiatus on ‘House of Cards’ after its star and executive producer, Kevin Spacey, was fired by Netflix in the midst of mounting allegations of serious sexual misconduct against him.
The two new stars are reportedly to play siblings on the show, but any more details about the casting have been kept firmly under wraps by Netflix. During the shutdown, the script for the new series was re-worked by producers to revolve around Robin Wright’s character of Claire Underwood.
Continue reading: Greg Kinnear And Diane Lane Join 'House Of Cards' Cast For Season 6
A time-loop story where romance is not guaranteed.
If you could relive a night over and over until you got the most perfect result regardless of the future consequences, would you go through with it? In 'When We First Met', it's certainly the ideal solution for one guy who's desperate to turn back the clocks and so his best friend that he's the man of her dreams.
You can't get away from the obvious fact that it's so similar to 'Groundhog Day', but rather than this being a lesson in being a good person and doing the right thing, 'When We First Met' is all about how things happen for a reason, and how changing the past may seem desirable, but you can never predict the future.
The 10-episode series is set in 1996 Oregon.
Experience some serious 90s nostalgia with the upcoming Netflix show 'Everything Sucks!'. Set in 1996 in an American high school, it is due to hit the streaming service in a month when it will evoke all your memories of your favourite TV shows and teen movies.
Peyton Kenny and Jahi Di'Allo Winston in 'Everything Sucks'
Nineteen-ninety-six; the year of Spice Girls and Alanis Morissette, 'Mission: Impossible' and 'Sabrina the Teenage Witch'. And while it may seem in hindsight like we had the best music, the best films and the best TV shows, as a matter of fact everything sucked.
Continue reading: Nineties Fever Is Rife In Netflix's New Comedy 'Everything Sucks'
Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos with his daughter Sarah Sarandos at the 2017 Film Independent Spirit Awards - Santa Monica, Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 25th February 2017