Oh boy. Oh boy oh boy oh boy. So you know how Netflix said they were bringing every Star Trek everything to Watch Instantly? They finally delivered, just in time for you to celebrate your independence trying to track down that one episode of TNG where Tasha Yar wasn't incredibly annoying.
I know. Sometimes Netflix Watch Instantly seems like an endless stream of Daddy Daycare sequels, as more and more studios strip away the good stuff. But take heart! Miramax just signed a multi-year agreement that's going to deliver lots of high-quality movies starring people with cool accents, starting in June.
Netflix and Lionsgate TV have agreed on a deal for the streaming rights of arguably the best show on TV. The deal covers all seven seasons at about $1 million an episode. The first four seasons start streaming July 27. [Variety]
Those upcoming Snapdragon chips of Qualcomm's can actually stream Netflix on Android phones, as we saw on an LG Revolution at the MWC tradeshow in Barcelona, Spain, this week. It's unlikely you'll be streaming from your queue anytime this year though, as we wait for Qualcomm's new chips to find its way into phones,…
In what may be the 21st century content delivery equivalent of hanging your enemy's skulls from the parapet, Netflix has announced a deal to bring Battlestar, every episode of SNL, and more to Watch Instantly the day after Blockbuster's demise.
Slogging through your Netflix Watch Instantly options can be a nightmarish tour of the straight-to-DVD netherworld. Fortunately, our friends over at Splitsider have compiled a handy list of 55 comedies for your queue that aren't just excellent—they're essential.
Finally! You'll be able to search the entire Netflix Watch Instantly Library on your Xbox 360 this November. Which basically means you'll be able to find that one episode of Arrested Development where George Bluth Sr. teaches his kids life lessons by hiring a one-armed man—and add it to your Netflix queue—without…
Last January, Netflix agreed to delay the rental of new release Warner Bros. films by 28 days in exchange for more streaming properties. Now, Fox and Universal have signed similar agreements. What do we get out of the deal? Buffy!
Here's a real interesting question from a recent Netflix survey: "How likely would you or someone in your household be to instantly watch movies & TV episodes on your iPhone via a Wi-Fi network?"