Netflix Originals

In need of Assistants? The First Official trailer for Netflix’s Set It Up is here to help

May 21, 2018

Need help falling in love? Well the newest trailer for the upcoming Netflix original film Set It Up shows us that sometimes, love needs some assistants. The trailer introduces us to Harper and Charlie, played by Zoey Deutch (Before I Fall) and Glen Powell (Hidden Figures) respectively, two young, underpaid  and overworked executive assistants who hatch an ideal plan to […]

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First look at Emma Stone and Jonah Hill in Netflix series Maniac

April 23, 2018

Streaming service Netflix has recently released global first look images from Cary Fukunaga’s directing debut for the upcoming exclusive series, Maniac. Starring Superbad duo Emma Stone and Jonah Hill, Maniac follows the story of two strangers partaking in a mind-bending pharmaceutical trial that inevitably goes awry. Sally Field (Mrs. Doubtfire), Justin Theroux (The Leftovers), Julia Garner (Ozark) and Jemima Kirke (Girls) co-starring, […]

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First Impressions: Netflix’s Rapture examines the power of hip hop with empathy and intimacy

March 29, 2018

Hip hop, now considered the dominant and most popular style of contemporary music in the world, is one of the most powerful and important forms of art to emerge in the past few decades, and that can be an incredibly hard notion for many to wrap their head around. The fascination with the art and […]

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First Look: George R.R. Martin novella Nightflyers to be adapted by Netflix

March 26, 2018

George R.R. Martin’s works will be seeing an television adaptation once again, as his novella Nightflyers is set to arrive exclusively to Netflix. Set sometime in the future on the eve of the Earth’s destruction, a crew of explorers pilot the most advanced ship known to man in a bid to reach a strange alien spacecraft […]

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First Impressions: Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events) Season Two (USA, 2018) is Wonderfully Inventive and Surprisingly Intense

March 22, 2018

Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events is finally back, successfully building on its premise by deepening its established gloominess and quirky antics with surprising maturity. The end of season one warned us through a sing-along that the tragic tale of the Baudelaire orphans is far from over, “You might dream that justice and peace […]

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Take your first look at the Lost in Space reboot as Netflix confirms release date

February 26, 2018

Netflix has given us our first look at the rebooted intergalactic adventure series Lost in Space. Exclusive to the streaming platform, Netflix’s take on Lost in Space proves to be modern reimagining of the 1960’s classic science fiction series, as the Robinson family is selected among others for a new life on a distant planet. However, […]

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Jessica Jones confirms second series release date and drops new trailer

February 12, 2018

Marvel’s Jessica Jones is set to return to Netflix for a second season,  as its March release date is confirmed and a new trailer graces our screens. With arch-nemesis Kilgrave gone, Jessica finds that an exit from the world of vigilante justice isn’t as easy as she anticipated, as her disturbed past drags her back into a world […]

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Netflix crime-thriller series Seven Seconds shows off first official trailer

January 29, 2018

Netflix original series Seven Seconds has recently revealed its first official trailer, with enough to unpack, and a lot for crime-thriller fans to look forward to. Seven Seconds centres around the death of a young African- American teen, as his death sparks a fire in the heart of his mother, but sets forth a series […]

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Netflix Review: In its second season, The Crown continues to delight

November 29, 2017

Aside from a Knighthood, the greatest honour a television personality, or programme, can receive is an Emmy. It provides one with a sense of prestige or grandeur, yet that brings with it the burden of maintaining that superiority throughout one’s lifespan. Gracefully, it’s a dilemma that this series takes in its stride. The year is […]

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Stranger Things‘ second season to hold Australian Premiere event at the Sydney Opera House

October 9, 2017

Netflix original series Stranger Things will premiere its first episode  of its highly anticipated second season at an exclusive event at the Sydney Opera House on October 27 for fans of the show. It will air the same time as the global LA premiere and a number of hours before Australian audiences can access the […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to BoJack Horseman

September 6, 2017

This weekend heralds the return of everyone’s favourite anthropomorphic horse, with Netflix streaming the eagerly awaited fourth season of BoJack Horseman. Since its premiere in 2014, the animated comedy has received much praise from critics – despite an initially frosty reception – with some going as far as to call it the best television series […]

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Netflix Review: Mockumentary American Vandal is the surprise of the season

September 4, 2017

When spoofing a film or television series, one could create a shot-for-shot parody of the source material, or merely utilise its formula. The latter approach is the preferred option for many, but that brings with it a need to produce original, compelling material that is worthy of viewing in its own right. Such an example […]

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Netflix’s The Crown delivers a trailer for its second season

August 14, 2017

The award-winning Netflix series (and famed as the most expensive television series of all time), The Crown, will return for its second season later this year – and now we have the first trailer ahead of its December debut. The Crown focuses on Queen Elizabeth II and her time spent as Queen of the United Kingdom. The show focuses […]

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Meet the Cali Cartel: Netflix reveals newest trailer for Narcos Season 3

August 8, 2017

Narcos has been one of the many successful Netflix exclusives, and looks to maintain that title with the unveiling of the newest trailer for it’s third season. It’s hard to watch without going into spoilers, but it’s really no secret that the ruthless drug lord and main character of Narcos season 1 and 2, Pablo […]

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Netflix debuts trailer for unconventional new series Atypical

July 25, 2017

With the consistent barrage of Netflix original/exclusive shows, Atypical joins the ranks in what seems to be a familiar narrative with an unconventional twist. Atypical revolves around Sam (played by Keir Gilchrist), a young, autistic high school student struggling with the opposite sex and what it means to date, socialise and ultimately connect. As previously […]

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Netflix Review: The third season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt season is fun, hilarious and surprisingly deep

June 14, 2017

It doesn’t take very long for the third season of Netflix’s Original Series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt to remind its audience why it’s such a powerful and unexpected treasure. In 2015, the show first hit Netflix and was praised by critics and general audiences for its humour and overall freshness from the generic television show. By the […]

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Watch the intense teaser for David Fincher’s thrilling Netflix series Mindhunter

March 5, 2017

Rolling off from the incredible success of House of Cards, David Fincher (The Social Network, Gone Girl) has returned to Netflix for a new series, Mindhunter. In the vein of True Detective, the series follows a a pair of FBI agents as they interview imprisoned serial killers in an attempt to solve cases in 1979. Watch the trailer here: Based […]

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Brad Pitt stars in the teaser for Netflix black comedy film War Machine

March 5, 2017

If there’s anything we already know about 2017, it’s that Netflix has definitely upped their A-game in content. The teaser for David Michôd‘s new dark comedy war film War Machine, starring and produced by Brad Pitt, officially dropped over the weekend and features a star-studded cast including Tilda Swinton, Sir Ben Kingsley, Topher Grace and Will Poulter. Watch the […]

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Tilda Swinton stars in the mysterious teaser for upcoming Netflix film Okja

March 1, 2017

Although short, the debut teaser trailer for new Netflix Original Film Okja will have you hooked. Directed by South Korean visionary Bong Joon Ho (Snowpiercer) comes a mysterious adventure following a young girl named Mija, where the stakes are high to prevent a powerful, multi-national company from kidnapping her best friend – a massive animal named ‘Okja’. Watch […]

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First Impressions: Netflix and Baz Luhrmann deliver a unique and compelling series in The Get Down (USA, 2016)

August 11, 2016

Baz Luhrmann, over a decade worth of planning, and a whopping $120 million dollar budget sit behind The Get Down, an upcoming Netflix Original that boldly tackles the origins (and fundamentals) of Hip Hop with the Australian director’s characteristically fanciful touch. The result is a surprisingly unique, compelling series that marches to the beat of […]

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