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Netflix and Scream: How Shudder Curates its Programming
October 16, 2017
Updated 4mo ago
Horror streaming service Shudder just announced new original programming in addition to adding classic movies to its library. Curator Sam Zimmerman tells us how its programming decisions are made.
New York Gov. Cuomo Calls for Fast Timeline to Cannabis Legalization
Dec 17, 2018
'Springsteen On Broadway' Director Thom Zimny: How He Brought The Boss to Netflix
After 236 sold-out Broadway performances, Bruce Springsteen is still "Born to Run"ー all the way to Netflix. Thom Zimny, the Emmy Award-winning producer and director of "Springsteen on Broadway," told Cheddar on Monday that he didn't just want to retell Springsteen's story, but "create a film that captured this magical thing ー the theatrical space."
Dec 10, 2018
'House of Cards' Boris McGiver Says the Netflix Hit's Parallels to Real Life Are No Accident
Boris McGiver didn't need to research his journalist character on "House of Cards" ー he simply had to read the scripts. "The writing was and remains so good," McGiver said Monday of the show, which was the first of Netflix's ($NFLX) binge-watchable programming when it premiered in 2013 and is now wrapping up after six seasons.
Dec 5, 2018
Netflix's 'Friends' Deal Highlights Licensing Tangles for the Future of Streaming
Care to watch the original "Star Wars" trilogy? Don't assume Disney's forthcoming streaming service Disney+ will have it. And while AT&T owns "Friends," it won't be streaming it exclusively on its own OTT platform when it launches in 2019 ー viewers will still be able to binge the series on Netflix. "Star Wars" and "Friends" are just a couple of the confusing licensing arrangements viewers should expect as more media companies push to debut their own streaming services to rival Netflix and Hulu.