Netflix is hinting at a little more Crazy Eyes while we all wait desperately for Season 2; NPH remains the best at everything ever (except hosting the Emmys, but neither here nor there); the BBC is now taking on bad reality TV fare; the Wikileaks movie had nowhere near the impact of actual Wikileaks.
- In a speech at the GigaOm Mobilize Conference, Netflix's VP of Product Innovation (best job title, ever) Todd Yellin revealed that Netflix is on the verge of releasing DVD-like extras for its popular series House of Cards and Orange Is The New Black. I've got a fever and the only cure is more Crazy Eyes. [Slashfilm]
- Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka once again have shamed the world by being better than everyone at everything: this time, family Halloween costumes. As if it didn't make you feel lazy enough, NPH warns that there's something even better coming up in 10 days on actual Halloween. [Instagram]
- Taking a page from America's bad TV playbook, the BBC will now be releasing a reality competition about gymnasts...Let's Get Ready To Tumble. I can't. This is a thing. That exists. The BBC was once known for its quality programming. [THR]
- Wikileaks bombed this weekend, though probably not for the reason Julian Assange thought (the public wanting the truth, not a film, as well as his own outcry). More likely because the marketing for the film was truly awful and nonsensical. Oh well. [THR]
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