In Your Face, Networks: 'Arrested Development' Banana Stand Hits Upfronts 1 week ago
Beware the banana stand.
As advertisers filed into NBC's presentation of its 2013-14 slate, they couldn't help but be ...
By Tim Molloy
The Bluth family is still in desperate need of counseling, and now, some jobs
The "Arrested Development" Banana Stand is back and (potentially) coming to a city near you
Lucille Bluth turns Buster into the poster boy for second-hand smoke
"The Office" star John Krasinski joins an esteemed list of "Arrested Development" guest stars that includes Conan O'Brien,
Analysis: Investments in content are eating into profit as digital heavyweights like Netflix position themselves for the future
Netflix has already debuted three original shows with several more in the offing
Netflix's rebound continues, as its share price climbs past $170
Brian McGreevy explains the differences and similarities between the show and his novel and where it could go if given a second season
Brian McGreevy dispels what you may have heard about the Netflix original series based on his novel
The newest Netflix original series debuts in its entirety on Friday
Show was originally to run for 10 episodes on Netflix
"House of Cards" with Kevin Spacey coming to DVD in June
This whole thing started when I tried to find "Cry Freedom" to watch with my 15-year-old son. The mission from hell
Lost? TheWrap whacks through the jungle of streaming options to bring you the pros and cons of the choices in digital home entertainment
After initially cancelling the drama, AMC renewed it for a third season in January
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings doesn't anticipate any additional seasons
Netflix Chief Creative Officer Ted Sarandos suggested Netflix won't release viewership numbers for some time (if ever)
Between praising Netflix and discussing the DVD market, Michael Lynton discussed how social media has changed the way studios market movies
Netflix is adding the DreamWorks Animation project to its slate of original programming
Bob Iger says Disney did the deal with Netflix because it "paid the right price"
"House of Cards" hits Netflix streaming, and the critics have spoken
Second in a series: Television is cooler, more lucrative and faster than film. It's also better written
Netflix wants to use the money to keep funding shows like "House of Cards" and "Arrested Development"
Analysts are divided over whether or not Netflix has turned the page on its Qwikster debacle
Netflix added two million U.S. customers in the fourth quarter, bringing its overall base to 27 million
"Robot Chicken," "Aqua Teen Hunger Force," "The Boondocks" and "Children's Hospital" will become available to subscribers on March 30
As the rain starts up again, Redford gets a lengthy ovation for J.C. Chandor's wordless lost-at-sea drama