Netflix ends support for some older Roku players on December 1st
Are you still hanging on to an early Roku player to stream Netflix in the basement? You'll need to upgrade soon. Netflix has warned that it's ending support for some of Roku's oldest players after December 1st, including the Roku HD, HD-XR, SD, XD and XDS as well as the NetGear-branded XD and XDS. You should get an alert if you're affected, but Cord Cutters Newsadded that a simple feature check will do before then. If your Netflix app can'tThis wasn't surprising when Roku itself warned in 2015 that it would stop updating players made in May 2011 or earlier. These are vintage boxes that stopped receiving new material a long time ago. There's a good chance you've moved on since, for that matter.
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Netflix will soon launch their own new shared superhero universe in collaboration with Mark Millar, from an impressive set of titles including Jupiter' s For five years, I've reviewed and praised Netflix ' s Marvel shows, even giving the flawed Iron Fist season 1 a B-grade and noting it improved after the
Line Friends, the cute mascots used as stickers in the popular messaging app, are getting their ownWhile the application isn't widely used in the US, it's huge in Japan and other parts of Asia. Brown, Cony, Sally, Moon, James and the other Line Friends even have their own merch -- an official store in New York's Times Square a couple of years ago -- and .
In Netflix's announcement, it said the series will be a CG-animated non-verbal slapstick comedy telling the story of a diverse set of friends living in the same town. Aram Yacoubian, the Director of Original Animation at Netflix, said in a statement: "The band of adorable BROWN & FRIENDS characters has been a part of many fans' daily lives since they created as stickers on Line mobile messengers, and now we're excited to develop the expanded world for screens of all kinds to delight new audiences everywhere on Netflix."
The show, simply entitled Line Friends, doesn't have a premiere date yet, but the streaming giant promises to announce more details at a later date. There's no word on whether, the Line characters created in collaboration with famous K-Pop band BTS, will also appear in the series.
Spotify is the star of Netflix's latest series .
While we wait for Aaron Sorkin to pen a sequel to The Social Network, Netflix hopes to tide people over with a story about another tech startup gone global. On Wednesday, the company announced it's making a new original series based on Spotify and its co-founders Daniel Ek and Martin Lorentzon. There aren't a lot of details about the project just yet. Specifically, Netflix hasn't said whether the end result will be a docu-series or dramatized account. The latter seems more likely given what the company has said about the project and that Yellow Bird UK, the production company that's filming the series, has a pedigree in drama.