Despite all of the drama surrounding the new incarnation of BBC’s Top Gear with Chris Evans, a preview clip of the show received positive feedback in Liverpool recently. The airing included a few Netflix executives, who reportedly want to stream the show in order to rival the ex-Top Gear hosts’ Amazon Prime series.
One thing that's fun to do during the holidays is get the hell away from your family for just like one solid second of peace and quiet or so you can strategize. While any of these films that will be leaving Netflix on December 31 are suitable for family viewing, it's also true that you can do things on your own…
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When the clock strikes its last midnight in 2013—or somewhere around there, anyway—dozens of movies will disappear from Netflix streaming. Fortunately, you've still got some time to churn through the ones you'll miss the most. Here's a list of the very best of the movies that'll be gone in 2014.
If you haven't seen the Ayrton Senna F1 documentary Senna you must be sick of hearing other car guys constantly talk about how great it is. Now here's your chance to see it for free, on your computer, right now.
The fantastic Senna documentary is set to be released in U.S. theaters on Aug. 12, but those of you who subscribe to Netflix can stream it to your homes today, the 17th anniversary of his death. UPDATE: And it's gone...