7 items from 2015
You might imagine that, since Grey’s Anatomy already broke up Callie and Arizona, killed off not only Jackson and April’s baby but Derek, too, and blinded Geena Davis this season, the show might go a little easy on us in its finale. But no, the hits just kept on coming this week. Think you can make it through even more heartache to get to the hour’s lighter moments? Read on.
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Netflix may be losing such classics as "Cool Runnings," "Seven" and "Dumb and Dumber" come March, but the premium streaming service will be gaining a handful of new titles throughout the month in return, from fan favorites like "Teen Witch" to acclaimed Oscar nominees such as "How To Train Your Dragon 2" and "Finding Neverland." As always, the roster of new Netflix additions should please casual moviegoers and cinephiles alike. Check out the over 20 new titles coming to the streaming library in March below, plus Indiewire's personal picks on what to stream. Available 3/1 "Patch Adams" (1998) "The Brothers Grimm" (2005) "Teen Witch" (1989) "Evelyn" (2002) "Mercy Rule" (2014) "Monster High: 13 Wishes" (2013) "Monster High: Ghouls Rule" (2012) "Rules of Engagement" (2000) Indiewire Pick: "Finding Neverland" (2004)Before Johnny Depp turned »
- Zack Sharf
At the beginning of (and throughout) every month, Netflix Streaming adds new movies and TV shows to its library. Here is a quick list of several that you might be interested in. Some of these may have previously been on Netflix, only to have been removed and then added back. We will update this list as more titles are added closer to the end of the month.Movies March 130 for 30: Of Miracles and Men (2015)The Brothers Grimm (2005)Evelyn (2002)Finding Neverland (2004)Mercy Rule (2014)Monster High: 13 Wishes (2013)Patch Adams (1998)Rules of Engagement (2000)Teen Witch (1989) March 5The ABCs of Death 2Food Chains (2014) March 6Aziz Ansari Live at Madison Square Garden (2015)My Own Man (2014) March 9After the Fall (2014)Cesar Chavez (2014)The Angriest Man in Brooklyn (2014)Tyler Perry's The Single Moms Club (2014) March 10Monster High: Haunted (2015) March 11How to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014) March 15Marvel & Espn »
- Vulture Editors
Picture it…American Idol, Hollywood Week, Season 14. No vicious “Airplane Hangar of Doom.” No threat of Randy Jackson’s inane mentoring sessions. And a dozen (or two) fantastic, charismatic vocalists signaling the possibility of a truly stellar three months of competition.
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That dream scenario began to look like a reality during last week’s two-part Idol telecast — or at least that’s the conclusion drawn by my co-host Melinda Doolittle and me on this week’s episode of Reality Check.
Still, though, »
Eye contact. Trust. And a little bit of improvised wailing.
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Unpopular opinion of the week: Monday’s Sleepy Hollow could have benefitted from more Katrina.
I know. For at least half the season, I’ve been advocating reduced screen time for the witch — or, at least, a purpose for her that’s more than wringing of hands and botching of spells.
But after the ending to last week’s episode, in which it appeared that Red had accidentally catapaulted over to the dark side, I really wanted to see what Mrs. Crane was up to.
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Instead, we get a few scant moments of »
Perhaps it should be retitled Unkillable.
After being canceled by CBS, brought back and then canceled again by the same network, Poppy Montgomery-led detective drama Unforgettable is getting a new lease on life courtesy of A&E, which has picked it up for a fourth season.
The series, in which Montgomery plays a detective who remembers everything apart from the day her sister was murdered, first got the ax after one middling season on CBS, but the network decided to bring it back for a second season over the summer, where it thrived for its next two seasons. As part of its move toward louder, more expensive programming like Under the Dome and James Patterson’s Zoo, however, CBS killed the series yet again last October.
- Isaac Feldberg
7 items from 2015
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