Friday, October 31, 2014

Netflix becomes even more addicting with classic shows

By: Haley Taylor

Netflix puts movies and TV shows online for a price. Recently added that has caused a lot of hype is “Gilmore Girls” which first aired in 2000. The full set of “Gilmore Girls” was released to Netflix October 1. Netflix believed that “Gilmore Girls” never got the full recognition it deserved. It was an extremely full, personal show which kept the audience alive. “Gilmore Girls” never really had closure, so fans are excited to continue watching indefinitely.

   Sophmore Allie Hamilton, said, “My life is now solely dedicated to watching Gilmore Girls.”

   To date, the biggest announcement Netflix has ever made is “Friends” will be available on the website January 1. Netflix announced the big news by publishing a video featuring  the show’s theme song by The Rembrants. The full set will be available, which includes 236 episodes and “lost” ones as well. Viewers would spend approximately 83 hours to watch them all. The Netflix deal comes with “Friends” is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a Central Perk pop-up coffee shop in New York. This marks the first time that NBC series will be available on a streaming service.

   Junior Skye Stover, said, “Friends is the best thing that has happened to Netflix.”

   A Netflix original that will be aired on March 2015 is “Bloodline.” The entire first season of 13 episodes will be available all at once. “Bloodline” will focus on a “close knit family with secrets and scars.” It will feature Kyle Chandler, known for “Friday Night Lights.” It is expected to be ranked as high as “Orange is the New Black” and “House of Cards.” 

   Netflix will continue to gain a following of teenagers much like the past with classic hit TV series becoming available.

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