The story of one man’s battle saving the custody of his exotic cat park from animal rights activists and financial hardships through unsettling times is liberating to see. “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness” is a Netflix original that was released on March 20.
Season three of Netflix’s “The Dragon Prince” is a roaring adventure that rivals the deep story and exciting action set pieces of any other fantasy genre fare.
“Mind Hunter” is an engrossing drama following some of the first professionals to seriously study the psychology of serial killers through the ‘70sand ‘80s.
Netflix just rolled out their newest teen romance last month called “Tall Girl.” The film isn’t necessarily bad, but it is definitely problematic.
As an avid “Seinfeld” enthusiast, I could see no better replacement for “Friends” and “The Office” than the show about nothing over on Netflix.
The Netflix film “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile” tells the story of Ted Bundy through the perspective of his fiance, Elizabeth Kendall.
ELAC should offer more scholarship opportunities to students who aren’t new or transferring, but just trying to learn new things. School budgets generally favor student enrollment and transfer rates, offering little financial help to older ELAC students and those who work full-time.
On Thursday Netflix made the decision to cancel the show “One Day at A Time” after a run of three seasons.
Netflix’s “The Dragon Prince” returns for its second season, plunging deeper into the show’s mythos and allowing its characters to grow in unexpected ways.