- 12 Apr 16
The cable giant held a press conference yesterday in Paris and filled us in on when our favorite shows would be back.
Time to prepare yourself for the binging fiasco that is about to take place thanks to Netflix!
There are two new, original Netflix series that are coming our way, The Crown and Marseille. The Crown takes on the daring challenge of portraying Queen Elizabeth of England. It's guaranteed to bring in the audiences with the pedigree production team behind it; putting pen to paper is Peter Morgan who wrote the Oscar-winning 2006 film The Queen and occupying the director's chair is Billy Elliot's Stephen Daldry. The Crown will follow Elizabeth's early reign. At the tender age of 25, newly married and facing the daunting task of leading Britain out of the dismay and heartache of WWII, The Crown is definitely one to watch. It will air on Netflix on November 4.
An exclusive first look at the cast of Netflix's Marseille was unveiled. It will be launched on May 5. To read Hot Press' full up-to-date information on the upcoming French political drama, click here.
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Due to extreme popularity and critical acclaim, Netflix have made the wise decision to bring back Bloodline and Marco Polo for a second Season. Each will be brought back for a 10-episode long run. Marco Polo will return to screens on July 1 whilst Bloodline will resume on May 27.
We're beginning to wonder will there ever be enough hours in the day to watch all the Netflix that we so badly want to? It's time to get our priorities straight with 'Netflix Binge' bee-lining to the top!