Explosive Entertainment Arriving to Netflix this Fall
Netflix continues to roll out new programs in the fall season with The Siege of Jadotville, Haters Back Off with Miranda Sings, Mascots and many more.
As the world’s leading Internet TV network, Netflix is premiering new shows this September and October to compete with the broadcast/digital television fall season lineup of new content.
My preview of the fall lineup displays some standout shows, and also looks at other projects that could be stronger in some areas.
Cedric the Entertainer Live from the Ville takes the crown for best program currently making waves on the network.
The Siege of Jadotville. coming out October 7, is a period piece from 1961. For the history buffs in the world, it might strike their attention, but I disapprove of any military footage on a mainstream form of media.
The reason I disapprove of the footage is the way the producers use it to get around the over usage of firearms in mainstream media. It should be banned in our country to be honest.
Recently, the public has brought up that it is the media’s fault for giving the Republican nominee for the 2016 Presidential Election exposure to push negative and divisional comments to massive audiences. In return, making the public that consumes these messages negative and divisional. Now, take the blame that people want to put on the media for building that level of awareness, and think back to my point of banning the glorification of guns in entertainment. One should be able to see the correlation between the two. As a member of the media, I am fully aware of my responsibility to inform my audience of the fourth wall between the media and the public. I will continue to constructively criticize films and shows that use firearms in mainstream media.
Haters Back Off, capitalizes on the youthful YouTube star, Miranda Sings. At first, she comes off uncoordinated or clumsy, but when you start to peel back the layers to Miranda’s personality, she displays a true creative drive that is perfect for a larger stage.
The company reports to have 83 million members in over 190 countries enjoying more than 125 million hours of TV shows and movies per day. I would like to see more data on the rating behind each show, similar to broadcast/digital television.
Watch over trailers and clips from the fall season on Netflix.
Browse over data from Google Trends comparing Netflix to ESPN, and Disney.