The month of major Netflix originals continues this week as Orange is the New Black returns for its seventh and final season. The prison dramedy helped put Netflix on the map way back in 2013 as a genuine player in the increasingly crowded TV landscape, and it’s incredible to think just how prolific the service has become since.
The other highlight of the week is the addition of Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds, which remains one of the best movies from the latter half of his career. Plus, its arrival on Netflix comes at the perfect time, as his ninth movie, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, is set it hit theaters on Friday, July 26th. If you’re so [...]
If you didn’t get enough David Harbour (Chief Jim Hopper) from Stranger Things this month, we’ve got some good news for you: You can also watch him in a satirical new Netflix original film called Frankenstein’s Monster’s Monster, Frankenstein this coming Tuesday. Honestly, there’s no such thing as too much Harbour.
But if for whatever reason that isn’t enough to quench your media thirst this week, Netflix is also unleashing another batch of episodes from Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. This time around, the comedian talks to the likes of Eddie Murphy, Matthew Broderick, Melissa Villaseñor, and Martin Short.
Hulu is one of the biggest streaming platforms out there today, but it lacks the 4K content that its competitors in Netflix and Prime Video have in huge quantity. This week, Hulu quietly revealed that 4K streaming is back after it was previously removed, and it works on Chromecast and Apple TV.
As far as video streaming options are concerned, you’d be hard-pressed to find a service that offers consumers more bang for the buck than Netflix. Even with a series of incremental price increases over the past few years, the value proposition afforded by Netflix is arguably unrivaled, especially given the avalanche of new content the streaming giant continues to roll out with each passing month.
Nonetheless, some subscribers take an opposing view and believe that Netflix has gotten a tad too pricey. According to a recent survey involving approximately 1,000 Netflix subscribers, 24.3% of respondents believe that Netflix has gotten to expensive.