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Netflix Hires Former EA and Zynga Executive in Pursuit of a Video Game Offering...

This is about as weird as it sounds: according to reports from Bloomberg, Netflix is laying the groundwork to get into the video game industry. This has raised a lot of questions and uncertainties, though it’s worth noting that the only things that exist right now are plans, and those are subject to change. What we know right now is that Netflix has hired Mike Verdu, a former EA and Zynga executive as their vice president of game development. According to the report, "The idea is to offer video games on Netflix's streaming platform within the next year” and "The company doesn't currently plan to charge extra for the content.”...

Netflix and CD Projekt Red Have Revealed the WitcherCon Schedule

On July 9, we will be getting the first-ever all virtual Witcher event, and while it is still some ways off, Netflix has gone ahead and provided expectant fans with a breakdown of sorts regarding the virtual show’s schedule. WitcherCon will be streaming on both YouTube and Twitch via Netflix’s channels at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET, to be hosted by television presenter Julia Hardy...

Resident Evil Is Getting A TV Series On Netflix

The Resident Evil Franchise is mostly known for its video games, but it has dabbled in television and movies from time to time. However, most of them weren’t extremely popular. Fans have a pretty polarized view of the movies even if they sold decently over time, but either way, it seems that Netflix is going to give it another shot, green lighting a Resident Evil show that has a director from Breaking Bad attached to it.

The Fourth Season Of Netflix’s Castlevania Has Been Confirmed

Good shows are hard to come by, but Netflix usually manages to deliver on quite a few of them. That’s why it’s good news whenever one of those great shows gets renewed for another season. Castlevania is in that boat, with the excellent Netflix original being renewed for a fourth season. This announcement was made on Netflix’s official Twitter account, accompanied by a scene from season 3.