Love, technolgy, culture – somehow, making all three things fit just isn’t easy. In fact, it’s so not easy that there’s a new Netflix anthology series about a number of diverse Chicago characters who are trying to figure it out – not very well in some case.
Ironically, the show is called Easy. It premieres on September 22nd. Check out the trailer after break.
Netflix documentary Audrie & Daisy is the story of two girls who were sexually assaulted and even worse, filmed as it happened. One lived and through it to become a stronger, more vital human being; the other took her own life.
Singer/songwriter Tori Amos talks about the film, the girls and the song she wrote for the film in a new video – that follows the break – released today by Netflix.
Audrie & Daisy premieres on Netflix on September 23rd.
Barb has finally returned from the Upside Down, and she comes bearing…birthday cake? Chelsea Handler certainly has a surprise up her sleeve when she welcomes the kids of Stranger Things to the stage in Thursday’s episode of Chelsea on Netflix.
In a future where corporations battle against sovereign nations over the last of the world’s energy supplies, young engineer Renton and Hannah find themselves attempting to save an experimental energy technology that could end the wars. The catch is, the technology has created a time loop that causes them to relive a deadly home invasion over and over again. They must figure out how to stop the time loop and come out of it alive.
Check out the trailer after the break. ARQ is an Official Selection at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival. It premieres on Netflix on September 16th.