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A director and show runner have been hired for the Netflix Lemony Snicket series

Variety is reporting that Netflix’s upcoming adaptation of the Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events book series is moving closer to production. Paramount Pictures, who also ran the ship on the last adaptation – the 2004 film starring Jim Carrey – have hired Mark Hudis (True Blood) as the showrunner and Barry Sonnenfeld to direct.... Continue Reading

Narcos leads the pack in a slew of new additions to Netflix Australia this week

The first season of Netflix’s new original series Narcos premiered on Friday (read our first impressions here), and today a slew of new films have been added to Netflix Australia’s repertoire. Available from later today will be the following films, a mix of family friendly, Oscar winners and cult favourites:  Continue reading Narcos leads the pack in a slew of new additions to Netflix Australia this week

Narcos: Our Impressions Of Netflix’s New Crime Drama

At first glance, a lot of the shows that Netflix picks up seem to be positioned to check boxes on their roster. “People like Game of Thrones, maybe they’ll go for Marco Polo?”, ”Superheroes are big on TV right now, how about Daredevil?” and so on. Following in that mould, Narcos seems like it’s supposed to fill the gritty-crime-drama-shaped gap in Netflix’s lineup.... Continue Reading

The five best episodes from the first five seasons of FX’s Archer

We’re a bit excited that the first five seasons of Archer are finally on Netflix in Australia, after making quite a name for itself on the US version of the popular streaming platform. So excited, that many here at The Iris are not doing their work and instead having a binge of entire seasons of the hilarious animation from FX. As we relive some of the now classic episodes of the series, we’re counting down our five favourite episodes from the first five seasons… Continue reading The five best episodes from the first five seasons of FX’s Archer