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Netflix Begins Production on The Witcher Season 2

This confirmation follows reports that shooting had begun on Season 2 with those reports themselves following numerous teases by Henry Cavill, the star of the show who plays Geralt of Rivia. Netflix’s announcement also confirmed that the second season of the show is expected to release on the streaming platform some time in 2021, though a more precise date has not been set yet. – Tanner Dedmon, ComicBook.com » https://ift.tt/39UbFJc

‘Black Panther’ Is Leaving Netflix to Come to Disney Plus

The migration of “Black Panther,” one of the top-grossing superhero films to date, from Netflix to Disney Plus comes as Disney winds down its output deal with Netflix for the U.S. and Canada. Starting with 2019 new releases, Disney Plus is the exclusive home for subscription VOD access to new releases from Walt Disney Studios, Pixar, Lucasfilm and Marvel. Disney has been steadily reclaiming streaming rights to library titles like “Black Panther.” – Todd Spangler, Variety » https://trib.al/4Vax865

‘Insatiable’ Canceled By Netflix After Two Seasons

Insatiable started as a 2017 CW pilot before landing a Netflix series order. The news of its demise comes on the heels of Netflix also canceling another series that had originated as a busted broadcast pilot, Soundtrack, after one season, as the streamer seems to be pulling away from that business model. – Nellie Andreeva / Denise Petski, Deadline Hollywood » https://ift.tt/2uNstCx

’13 Reasons Why’: JanLuis Castellanos Joins Final Season Of Netflix Series

Castellanos will play Diego Torres, a charismatic, aggressive, and fiercely loyal leader of a divided football team struggling to understand the loss of one of their own. But as Diego grapples with his own grief and confusion, his violent temper masking a hurting heart, he finds himself falling for one of Liberty High’s most complicated women—leaving him caught between past and present, wondering who he can trust. – Denise Petski, Deadline Hollywood » http://dlvr.it/RPqm49

Finally! Netflix will now let you turn off the autoplay feature you hate

According to the Netflix help page linked to in that tweet above, here’s what you need to do. First, sign in to Netflix from a web browser. Select “Manage Profiles,” and then choose the profile you want to update (assuming there are multiple profiles on your account, like for multiple family members in a household). Then, simply uncheck the option to “Autoplay previews while browsing on all devices,” and voila — you’re done. – Andy Meek, BGR » http://bgr.co/0tANNON

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