"Daredevil," which stars British actor Charlie Cox as the titular character, is set to debut on Netflix on April 10. "Daredevil" is the first of five Marvel series in development for Netflix, with others including "AKA Jessica Jones" and "Iron Fist." Other additions to Netflix in April include 2007 comedy "Hot Fuzz" and 2014 drama "Noah."
What's coming and going on Netflix for April 2015 - CNET
Other recent additions to Netflix include Tina Fey's critically acclaimed comedy "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," which debuted on March 6, and the third season of "House of Cards," which debuted on Feb. 27.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt provides a solid template for the Netflix sitcom
Nintendo on March 23 denied a recent report in the WSJ suggesting Netflix was developing a live action original series based on the "Legend of Zelda." The WSJ also recently reported that Netflix was "taking a pass" on the streaming rights to the sitcom "Seinfeld."
– Nicholas Deleon Circa Technology Editor
Netflix Is Developing a Live-Action ‘Legend of Zelda’ Series
In Sept. 2014 Netflix acquired the worldwide streaming rights to "Gotham." The Warner Bros.-produced show airs on Fox. It is an "origin story" of Batman / Bruce Wayne as a child in Gotham City. Similar deals are usually done country-by-country, but Netflix can stream the show worldwide.
The movie-going experience is evolving quickly and profoundly, and Netflix is unquestionably at the forefront of that movement.
- Harvey Weinstein, Weinstein Co. co-chairman
Netflix, the Weinstein Co., and Imax announced a deal in Sept. 2014 to release "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: The Green Legend" simultaneously on Aug. 28, 2015. The sequel will be directed by Yuen Woo-ping and star Michelle Yeoh, who will reprise her role from the first film.
With ‘Crouching Tiger’ Sequel, Netflix Takes Aim at Hollywood