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choose your own adventure
choose your own adventure

Netflix Is Going to Stream a Playable 'Minecraft' Adventure Game

The streaming service is teaming up with Telltale Games to extend the ‘Stranger Things’ universe and expand its interactive media catalogue.
Matthew Gault
6.13.18
NOT SO FAST
NOT SO FAST

After Arrest in Serbia, Netflix Hackers ‘The Dark Overlord’ Say They’re Still Going

Serbian police may have arrested a suspected member of The Dark Overlord hacking crew, but someone in control of the group's email account told Motherboard "we're still here."
Joseph Cox
5.17.18
cord-cutting
cord-cutting

Cord Cutting in the US Has Nearly Tripled Since 2013

A new report shows that the number of people who only watch TV through streaming services increased from around 5 million households to 14 million.
Kaleigh Rogers
3.29.18
what to watch
what to watch

The Best Science Fiction Movies and Shows on Netflix Right Now

Motherboard’s guide to binging good sci-fi stories.
Matthew Gault
3.23.18
cord-cutting
cord-cutting

Cable Industry Slowly Realizes More Ads and Higher Prices Aren’t the Solution to Cord Cutting

Competing with Netflix and YouTube is turning out to be harder than cable companies thought.
Karl Bode
3.8.18
Sci-Fi
Sci-Fi

The Best Character in 'Altered Carbon' Is a Hotel

Edgar Allan Poe is the perfect detective’s companion.
Matthew Gault
2.7.18
net neutrality
net neutrality

Google, Facebook, and Netflix Decide They Care About Net Neutrality Again

A group the corporations are a part of will sue the FCC, but where were they during the fight to protect net neutrality in the first place?
Karl Bode
1.9.18
black mirror
black mirror

‘Black Mirror’ Made a Murder Thriller About Overbearing Licensing Agreements

"Crocodile" isn't about mind-reading technology, it's about the End User License Agreements that enable it.
Jason Koebler
1.2.18
Television
Television

‘Wormwood’ Is an LSD-Soaked True Crime Masterpiece

Errol Morris dissects MKUltra, the CIA’s mind control experiments—and redefines the true crime genre in the process.
Matthew Gault
12.28.17
Cord Cutters
Cord Cutters

40 Percent of America Will Cut the Cord by 2030, New Report Predicts

A new market analysis predicts the slow death march of pay TV will continue.
Kaleigh Rogers
12.5.17
tv
tv

'Stranger Things' Never Adds Up to More Than the Sum of Its References

The allure of Netflix's show is that the main characters define themselves in terms of their pop culture consumption.
Brenden Gallagher
11.2.17
GOOD or BAD
GOOD or BAD

Is ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ GOOD or BAD?

Motherboard writers beef.
Jordan Pearson & Kaleigh Rogers
10.13.17