July 20, 2019
  • 11:46 am Breaking Apart That Anti-Good Omens Campaign
  • 10:38 pm Chernobyl’s Hot Zone: A Sleepy Summer Finds Drama in a New Genre
  • 11:10 am HBO Reminds Fans That It Has Other Stuff Besides GOT
  • 12:21 am On The Good Fight, Even Ball Lightning is Partisan
  • 9:22 pm CNN’s Hiring of Sarah Isgur is a Travesty

Netflix has got a great winter line-up of sci-fi shows to stay-in and cuddle with.

  • Stranger Things
  • The Punisher
  • The Crown
  • A Series of Unfortunate Events
  • Travelers
  • The OA

With a new remake of Lost in Space coming along with their very first movie franchise Bright, Netflix is no stranger to the sci-fi genre.

The cult hit british show Black Mirror was saved from BBC, by Netflix and completely Americanized by season 3. Yet over the past couple of days Netflix has been dropping trailers for Season 4 of the TV show that sometimes poke fun at our dependence on technology.

Netflix has already released the trailers for “Crocodile” and “Arkangel.” The first and second episodes of the six episode series. Netflix likes to play with it’s audiences and if Netflix randomly drops the episodes of Black Mirror without even telling the media that it has done this, it wouldn’t be totally unheard of. It did the same thing last year with a secret TV show which we all know now to be The OA.


John J. Falco