Netflix has finally given subscribers what most of us have wanted for a long time: the ability to download shows and watch them without an internet connection.
Earlier this evening Netflix confirmed to me that Season 3 of Peaky Blinders, the hit period crime drama, will premiere in the US less than a month after it bows in the UK on BBC Two.
Did Netflix triple-dog-dare Amazon? Because Amazon is now offering Prime Video as a standalone monthly subscription in the US, mere weeks before Netflix starts rolling out its higher subscription price.
Technically, that’s worldwide minus the UK and Ireland, but still. Netflix has scooped up Marcella, the new British crime drama starring Anna Friel and premiering on ITV tonight.
Remember all the hullabaloo a while back about Netflix removing Doctor Who from its streaming selections? Well, the reprieve is soon over.
There will be several new cast members in the third and final series of the hit crime drama The Fall, which has begun filming in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Bea Smith and the other inmates of Wentworth Correctional Centre are back, as hit Australian drama Wentworth returns to Netflix US today.
It’s time to get your laugh on, Scottish style, as two sitcoms and one sketch show, all set in the greater Glasgow area, have arrived on Netflix US.