Netflix has announced that the animated Star Wars series that originally found life on Cartoon Network (before getting a worthy finale) will be coming to their streaming service. Additionally, The Clone Wars will also be getting a sixth season on Netflix. The sixth season was already well into production when the show was canceled after the Disney acquisition of Lucasfilm.
The Clone Wars is expected to hit Netflix on March 7.
It’s been a long time coming, but we’ve finally got the fourth season of Arrested Development available exclusively on Netflix. The show was cancelled by Fox back in 2006 due to low viewership despite critical acclaim. Fans have been clamoring for a continuation of the comedy for years and it’s now a reality as the 15-season is now online for Netflix subscribers to enjoy. I will be posting a review as soon as I get a chance to enjoy the continuing Bluth saga.
It’s been eight years since Star Trek Enterprise (ENT) came to a studio determined end with its cancellation, but that hasn’t stopped Rob Bolivar and Doug Drexler from looking to Netflix for the future of the series. Hoping to revive the show for a fifth season, they’ve launched a campaign to bring the series back to life on Netflix similar to the upcoming revival of Arrested Development. Series creator Brannon Braga stated that Netflix could possibly revive the series if a revival campaign received enough support.