Many Are Questioning Netflix’s Decision To Re-Release “Titanic” In The Wake Of The Titan Submersible Tragedy
Greedy conglomerate Netflix, which is quickly sinking into its own ocean of un-popularity, has descended a few more leagues into the Sea of Stupidity with its latest decision to re-release the 1997 disaster film Titanic in the wake of the Titan submersible tragedy. It’s only been a week since we learned of the outcome of the ship’s ill-fated mission of trying to reach the actual Titanic on the ocean floor, and many believe Netflix’s decision to add the film to its roster is tone-deaf considering the timing.
Last week after the announcement broke that Spotify fell off the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle bandwagon and ended their partnership, an insider spilled that Netflix has their foot dangling out of the wagon too since, according to the source, it’s possible that “the lemon has been fully squeezed,” in terms of getting any more binge-worthy content from the royal exiles. But an industry source says there’s still a chance for the pair to hang onto their $81 million Netflix deal if they can manage to pump out more “must-watch” content.
Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Reportedly Might Lose Their Deal With Netflix Amid Getting Dropped By Spotify
According to insiders, Netflix isn’t too hard-pressed to renew their contract with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and might drop them once their contract expires. The rumor comes only days after Spotify and the royal couple put out a joint statement announcing their decision to split ways after only 12 episodes of Meghan’s podcast Archetypes, followed by Spotify’s Head of Podcast Innovation, Bill Simmons, calling the pair “fucking grifters” on his podcast. First, dropped by Spotify, and now maybe Netflix? Who’s next, Tyler Perry??! Continue reading
Arnold Schwarzenegger Opens Up About Telling His Ex-Wife Maria Shriver About His Affair And Love Child
Lately, it seems like streaming giants have been handing out auto-biographical docuseries like doctors handing out Ozempic prescriptions- you get one even if you don’t need it! And the latest celeb we can expect to see oversharing on our screens is Arnold Schwarzenegger, whose Netflix docuseries will be dropping tomorrow and will dive into his experiences as a bodybuilder, actor, politician, and most importantly, two-timing cheater- which he gets candid about during his recollection of the moment his ex-wife Maria Shriver found out about his affair and secret love child.
I hope everyone has finally made their decision as to whether or not they’ll be paying for Netflix‘s password-sharing option because times up! After initially rolling out the plan to not have too many hands in the cookie jar, Netflix has finally begun the crackdown on password sharing here in the U.S. Personally; I think this is the dumbest idea ever because they can’t be losing that much money. And password sharing has become the new way of showing someone you care, which is a lost commodity in these days and times. But regardless of how I feel, Netflix is the streaming pimp who wants all their money upfront. And as long as you’re a premium subscriber, you can keep the party going with the same password. Just know it’ll cost you.
Last autumn, Ryan Murphy faced backlash over his Netflix series, Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story. Despite the controversy, the show was one of the biggest original shows in Netflix history, and the streamer ordered two more seasons. Today, Variety reported that the second season will focus on Lyle and Erik Menéndez, aka the Menéndez brothers. Those two killed their parents, José and Kitty Menéndez, in 1989 and received life in prison without parole. Hey, it’s a smart move. To avoid pissing off the victims’ families this time around, pick victims whose family members are the actual murderers.