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I’d be lying if I said that “BoJack Horseman” season four wasn’t a step down from previous seasons. I’d also be lying if I said that it didn’t have the best ending of any ‘BoJack’ season yet. The season’s primary storyline surrounds the introduction of a new character: the maybe-BoJack’s-daughter, Hollyhock, voiced by the supernaturally endearing Aparna Nancherla. She shows up one day, claiming that BoJack (Will Arnett) is her father, amid a search for her biological mother. Continue reading ‘BoJack Horseman’ Season 4: A Minor Step Backward, But A Killer Finale [Review] at The Playlist.

What you are looking at is pure, unadulterated joy.  The image accompanying this story finds Lena Waithe dancing her ass off at Netflix’s post-Emmy party in Hollywood. She was at the center of the dance floor.  Throwing her Emmy up in the air to cheers from everyone in the room. And if you were in her shoes you would have been just as euphoric.  Waithe became the first African-American woman to win a Comedy Series writing Emmy for her now classic episode “Thanksgiving” from “Master of None.” Throw in the two wins for “Black Mirror: San Junipero” (including an unexpected writing trophy) and it didn’t matter that “Stranger Things” was shut out or only John Lithgow took home a statue for “The Crown.” Netflix topper Ted Sarandos and stars such as Jeffrey Tambor, Dave Chappelle, James Cordon as well as some familiar Netflix faces made sure the party was a lit as the HBO ceremony five miles a way.  Continue reading Lessons Learned From The 2017 Emmy Awards Season at The Playlist.

There is no question that “Stranger Things” is a centerpiece show for Netflix, and as such, the streaming service is maximizing the hugely popular series as much as they can. Beyond giving creators and directors Matt and Ross Duffer the space to work their magic, Netflix also knows that the brand can keep generating big money through licensing, and they’ve already inked deals with Funko, Trends International, McFarlane Toys, and Hybrid Apparel to roll out merchandise for the second season. Continue reading Netflix Wanted To Shoot ‘Stranger Things’ Seasons 3 & 4 Back-To-Back at The Playlist.

Season 3 will premiere on Friday, September 22, which marks the 30th Anniversary of the original Full House airing The post Fuller House Season 3 Trailer Released by Netflix appeared first on