The Sandman is based on the 1989–1996 comic book written by Neil Gaiman and published by DC Comics. The series was developed by Allan Heinberg for the streaming service Netflix—with Heinberg, Gaiman, and David S. Goyer serving as executive producers—and is being produced by DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television.
According to the elves at Netflix, the holiday season starts November 1 – the first day when seasonal streaming starts heating up.
Netflix announces an all new original anime series Godzilla Singular Point featuring a brand new cast and original story set to premiere globally on Netflix in 2021.
Netflix says The Witcher: Blood Origin will be set 1,200 years before the adventures of Geralt, Ciri, and Yennefer on The Continent. It’s set to be a six-part limited series.
It’s a puzzling but official – Netflix has cancelled the popular Chilling Adventures of Sabrina just ahead of its season 4 debut this Fall. The reason of course, was not stated but it’s commonly expected that Netflix will axe a show after season 2 or 3.
Here’s a complete calendar of what’s coming to Netflix in July 2020. I’ve highlighted ones that I think will be most interesting.
As feared, the FCC has decided to dismantle Obama-era net neutrality rules, rules that protected consumers from ISP throttling. The winners of course, are ISPs, cable companies, and wireless companies. The losers – the American consumer. The changes are expected to be approved at a Federal Communications Commission meeting in mid-December.
It’s no longer just a theory – despite their denials, major ISPs are ignoring net neutrality rules and throttling Netflix bandwidth and Netflix has the proof in hand which they provide through their publicly-available monthly statistics reports. Here’s how to find out if you’re being throttled by your ISP, why ISPs throttle network traffic from…
Amazon’s US-East Region 1 data center is a popular choice for their ELB (Elastic Load Balancing) service because it’s cheap and typically is the first data center to get new services when Amazon rolls them out. It also tends to be a headache for US-East customers who rely on its CDN delivery network. On Christmas…
Oyster announced today that they have secured $3 million in funding for a new startup that will provide unlimited access to a library of books for a flat monthly price. The company is developing an application geared specifically for mobile use.