Netflix isn't known for being quick to cancel or even do much quality control with its glut of original content.
But the streaming service confirmed that the company would not beordering additional episodesof The Break with Michelle Wolf. The move comes as a bit of an unpleasant surprise, considering the cancellation is happening a mere four months after the variety show debuted on May 27.
Reportedly The Joel McHale Showis being cancelled, too, after only a 19-episode run that started back in FebruaryThe Breakonly aired 10 episodes total.
The reasoning behind the premature cancellation of Wolf's show remains unclear. Read more...More about Entertainment, Netflix, Michelle Wolf, The Break With Michelle Wolf, and Entertainment
U.S. officials sent out a warning after Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro was attacked with explosive drones in a failed assassination attempt.
The Aug. 4 attack targeted Maduro while he was giving a speech in Caracas. He was unharmed but seven soldiers were hurt. It raised concerns worldwide that commercial drones could be used to harm people.
ABC News obtained a bulletin from the FBI, Department of Homeland Security, and National Counterterrorism Center officials detailing that concern. The bulletin was issued earlier this week. Read more...More about Security, Drones, Attack, Safety, and Venezula
Say it ain't so.
The company that almost single-handedly introduced us to binging video has apparently gone decidedly old-school with the latest innovation being tested on its platform. That's right, Netflix is running commercials.
So reports Cord Cutter News, which notes that the streaming giant is showing some subscribers ads for other video content between shows.
We reached out to Netflix in an attempt to determine just how many users are affected and other details about this brazen attempt to mess with our streaming bliss, but received no response as of press time. However, the company did confirm the news in a statement provided to Cord Cutter News. Read more...More about Netflix, Streaming Services, Tech, and Big Tech Companies
Dermatologist Sandra Lee — better known as Dr. Pimple Popper — is not your typical Instagram star. Instead of beauty tutorials or fashion hauls, Dr. Lee is known for her oozing, explosive, forever satisfying pimple popping videos.
She has a TLC show, a skincare line, and now she's released "Pimple Pete," an Operation-like tabletop game where players gently pull stubborn zits out of poor acne-prone Pete. If you pull too hard, Pete's pimple-ridden face will squirt you.
Guys... he’s here!!! Pimple Pete is here IN REAL LIFE! Finally, a pimple popping GAME for you to play at home with your little popaholics (or older ones too 😜) See how many pimples you can pop without getting SQUIRTED! 😷😷😷 I’m so excited for this and I know you are gonna have a lot of fun with your own Pete!!! Available now!
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