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Spiderhead review – Netflix’s prison-experiment fable is going nowhere

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Here is a rather self-conscious sci-fi satire, directed by Joseph Kosinski and adapted by Deadpool screenwriters Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese from George Saunders’s New Yorker short story Escape from Spiderhead, publi...

The orgasm gap: can Netflix’s new sex ed show revolutionise women’s lives?

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Sex can often be a disappointment – particularly for women. A recent study from the official publication of the International Academy of Sex Research shows that while gay and straight men climax about during about 85%...

Netflix’s Bubba Wallace docuseries ends up losing the race

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Early into the premiere episode of Race, the six-part Netflix docuseries on Bubba Wallace, the thesis statement comes roaring in as loud as a stock car at wide-open throttle. “I think a lot of the world needs to under...

All of Us Are Dead: Netflix’s Korean zombie show will blow you away

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You’d think we’d be absolutely dripping in zombies by now, wouldn’t you? It feels a fairly obvious genre for TV shows to get into at the moment. After all, look where we are. We’re in the third year of a once-a-centur...

Netflix’s Byron Baes cast appear to flout NSW Covid measures in Instagram videos

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Cast members of the Netflix reality series Byron Baes have posted videos to social media of people dancing to live music at a crowded Byron Bay venue in apparent contravention of New South Wales Covid measures. Two of...

Netflix’s market value tumbles as it predicts subscriber slowdown

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Netflix’s market value plunged by almost a fifth after forecasting a dramatic slowdown in subscriber growth in the first quarter, as the pandemic-fuelled streaming boom fizzles out and competition from newer rivals su...

Red Notice review – Netflix’s biggest film to date offers little reward

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One of the supposed beauties of Netflix, and all other streamers with access to such vast resources, is that without the panicked need for box office success, there’s a certain freedom that’s then afforded. The risks ...

Netflix’s Bridgerton and Rebecca fuel tourism boom in south-west England

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From walking tours in Bath to visiting the sweeping coastal scenery of Hartland Quay in Devon and stately Mapperton House in Dorset, hits from Bridgerton to the period film Rebecca are providing the southwest of Engla...

Can Netflix’s Insiders put the reality back into reality TV?

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People often accuse reality TV contestants of lacking self-awareness, but the opposite is usually true. Most are outrageous, offensive and, at times, embarrassing because they know it’s what will lead them to be cast....

Chappelle willing to meet Netflix’s trans employees but won’t ‘bend to demands’

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The comedian Dave Chappelle has spoken out about backlash against his recent Netflix special, saying he would be open to meeting transgender employees of the streaming company but would not be “bending to anyone’s dem...

Squid Game is Netflix’s biggest debut hit, reaching 111m viewers worldwide

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Dystopian South Korean drama Squid Game has become Netflix’s most popular series ever, drawing 111 million fans since its debut less than four weeks ago, the streaming service said Tuesday. The unprecedented global vi...

Netflix’s Squid Game owes its popularity to anxieties of modern life

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Squid Game, a Netflix series made in Korea by Hwang Dong-hyuk, was released on 17 September and within 10 days was the platform’s highest ranking show in 90 countries. It’s the first time a Korean drama has ever been ...

Netflix’s Diana: The Musical is the year’s most hysterically awful hate-watch

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Logically, it makes perfect sense that Diana: The Musical should exist. After all, Diana, Princess of Wales lends herself extraordinarily well to musical theatre. Hers was a story of wealth and betrayal, of high camp ...

Netflix’s Roald Dahl universe would be a golden ticket to despair

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At this stage, it is abundantly clear that not everyone can pull off a shared universe. Marvel’s success has been followed up by a flurry of awkward misfires. The DC Extended Universe culminated in two versions of the...

Q Force review – Netflix’s gay spy caper is disastrously dated

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When a trailer for Q Force (Netflix) was released in June, it caused a kerfuffle on social media. This animated series, about a queer group of spies operating an offshoot squad in the fictional American Intelligence A...

Amanda Peet: the actor-turned-writer behind Netflix’s witty campus drama The Chair

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What is the best way to deal with critical customer feedback? Well, Joan, a veteran academic at the fictional Pembroke College, an almost-Ivy League American university, knows exactly what to do with it. She quietly p...

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