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‘The Office’ To Stream Exclusively On NBCUniversal Service Beginning in 2021

Via Twitter, the official Netflix handle addressed the news. “We’re sad that NBC has decided to take The Office back for its own streaming platform,” it wrote, “but members can binge watch the show to their hearts’ content ad-free on Netflix until January 2021.” – Dade Hayes & Denise Petski, Deadline Hollywood » https://ift.tt/31WcnCw
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Is Netflix Cancelling Shows Before People Have a Reasonable Amount of Time to Watch Them?

If streaming is famously about “watching what you want, when you want,” we shouldn’t feel so pressured to plow through a season within a month. Netflix factoring in six (if not eight) weeks would set a far more realistic goal, recognizing that any given person is not only about any “one” show. Them old-timey broadcast-TV shows typically get at least 13 weeks to state their case, to open well and hold onto enough of that audience that they hopefully see another season[.] – Matt Webb Mitovich, Indiewire » http://bit.ly/2YaAuuT

DC Universe: ‘Doctor Who’ Co-Star Lands Mercy Graves Role On ‘Titans’

The official character bio from the show’s producers: “Mercy Graves is the ruthless, cunning, right hand and bodyguard to the notorious Lex Luthor – serving her boss with unquestioned loyalty. Her connection to the Luthors runs deep, as Mercy has been a friend of the family and in Lex’s life since they were young.” – Geoff Boucher, Deadline Hollywood » http://bit.ly/2ZndXet

Oh man, Netflix just canceled ‘Good Omens’

Good Omens was released in May. David Tennant plays the demon Crowley, while Michael Sheen plays his counterpart as the angel Aziraphale. The campaign is upset that the two characters are “good friends.” The petition’s creators are also perturbed that the six-part series portrays God as evil, while the devils appear as good. – Eilish O’Sullivan, The Daily Dot » http://bit.ly/2NjIQQ3

‘Final Life’ on Amazon is a Brutal Japanese Crime Drama Starring Some Beautiful Boys

Final Life follows two very different young men as they are thrown together on a special police force. Ryo Kawakubo (Shota Matsuda) grew up in destitution, while Song Shi-On (Taemin) has a posh American education. His one problem? Uh, a risky medical experiment on his brain has rendered him with amnesia. He also has blue hair, bright blue eyes, and enters the story by runway-walking off of a helicopter. You know, normal police guy stuff. – Meghan O’Keef, Decider » https://trib.al/ICtHzvf
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