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Netflix has yet again released a video for what movies and shows are coming to and leaving its platform this upcoming April.
Holiday season is here and with it comes a new batch of movies and television shows on Netflix that can help you escape enjoy time with your family. However, Netflix giveth with one hand and taketh away with the other, so in addition to the list of movies and TV series coming to the streaming service in December, there’s also a list of content that will be removed from the lineup on Dec. 1.
After your turkey coma on Thursday you can cuddle up with Dirty Dancing, Double Indemnity, Mission: Impossible III or Spice World before saying sayonara to them. Come December, if you’re upset about no longer being able to see Johnny Castle dance with Baby, you can console yourself with a drugged-up Jordan Belfort when The Wolf of Wall Street hits Netflix on Dec. 11. Other December highlights include the new Netflix series Marco Polo, American Horror Story: Coven, Almost Famous, American Beauty and, of course, Sharknado 2: The Second One.
See the full list of adds and drops below. Continue reading Here Are the Movies Coming to Netflix in December (and the Ones That Are Leaving)
Queen Latifah is not only a legendary rapper and singer, but also a pretty good actress as well. The entertainer has a production company called Flavor Unit Entertainment, which has just recently struck a deal with Netflix.
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An outage at one of Amazon’s web service centers hit users of Netflix Inc’s streaming video service on Christmas Eve and was not fully resolved until Christmas Day, a spokesman for the movie rental company said on Tuesday.
The outage impacted Netflix subscribers across Canada, Latin America and the United States, and affected various devices that enable users to stream movies and television shows from home, Netflix spokesman Joris Evers said. Such devices range from gaming consoles like the Nintendo Wii and PlayStation 3 to Blu-ray DVD players.
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