Lost Girls, a movie based on the nonfiction book of the same name chronicling the unsolved Long Island Serial Killer case, is set to be released on Netflix on March 13, the company announced Thursday.
For those who don’t have access to Netflix but have been meaning to check out the streaming service’s powerful documentary “13th,” you’re in luck.
There was a time when I would never be able to consider life without cable. Not anymore. All I had to do was cut the cord.
The legal brief was signed by some of the leading names in innovation: Apple, Facebook, Microsoft and Google. The list also includes Twitter—ironically, Trump’s preferred mode of communication to the masses—Uber, the ride-sharing company that has faced a wave of criticism amid the travel ban controversy, and Netflix.
As usual, the annual review of the Press’ most-clicked stories of the year looks nothing like the editors’ choices for top stories of the previous 12 months. Instead of big political and business news stories that affect many Long Islanders’ lives, readers instead flocked to articles about creepy clowns, serial killers and video games.
Netflix announced that its beloved sci-fi paranormal thriller Stranger Things is returning for Season Two in 2017, Set in the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana, the popular series was originally named "Montauk," and shares many parallels with long-rumored tales of covert military experiments, telekinetic torture, transdimensional vortexes and really really scary monsters, among others.
The spinoff of the DreamWorks movie starring the animated prehistoric family premiers on Netflix on Dec. 24.
"This is not your average pulse-pounding comics-inspired show rife with strange masked heroes possessing otherworldly abilities. This is a show about justice."
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