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'Anne With An E' Debuts Season Two Trailer & Premiere Date on Netflix

'Anne With An E' Debuts Season Two Trailer & Premiere Date on Netflix

Anne With An E just launched their season two trailer!

The Netflix series will return to the streaming service on July 6th and be available for everyone, expect Canada. Canada will be able to watch the series when it returns in September on CBC.

The expanded ten episode season will continue to chart bold new territory, adding new characters and storylines while further exploring themes of identity, prejudice, feminism, bullying, gender parity and empowerment through the lens of its fierce, starry-eyed, irrepressible 14-year-old protagonist.

Anne With An E stars Amybeth McNulty, Geraldine James, R.H. Thomson, Corrine Koslo, Dalila Bela, Aymeric Jett Montaz, Lucas Zumann and Kyla Matthews.

Dalmar Abuzeid and Cory Grüter-Andrew also joined the show as Sebastian Lacroix and Cole MacKenzie, respectively.

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'13 Reasons Why' Renewed For Third Season at Netflix

'13 Reasons Why' Renewed For Third Season at Netflix

The news is out – 13 Reasons Why has been officially renewed by Netflix for a third season!

The streaming service announced the news today in a video, revealing that Brian Yorkey will be back as showrunner, along with EPs Selena Gomez, Mandy Teefey, Joy Gorman, Kristel Laiblin, Tom McCarthy, and Steve Golin.

While there’s no word on what the third season will be focusing on, the current season left a lot of storylines open like Chloe’s pregnancy and what’s going to happen to Tyler after being attacked by Monty.

However, we do now that Katherine Langford will not be returning as Hannah Baker.

Season 3 will have 13 episodes and will premiere in 2019.

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Camila Mendes Beats A Burger With A Frying Pan in Netflix's Promo for 'Riverdale'

Camila Mendes Beats A Burger With A Frying Pan in Netflix's Promo for 'Riverdale'

Camila Mendes gets her message across in this new promo for Riverdale, which is streaming on Netflix now.

Making a parody of the “Your Brain on Drugs” commercials, the actress, as Veronica Lodge, shows viewers what Jingle Jangle can do do your brain, and more.

Camila actually looks like she’s having fun beating a burger, breaking plates and smashing a strawberry milkshake inside Pop’s.

“Any questions, Archiekins?” Camila asks Archie at the end of the promo.

Riverdale season two is streaming on Netflix now. Binge safely!

'13 Reasons Why' Stars Reveal The Actual Scene That's The Most Difficult To Film

'13 Reasons Why' Stars Reveal The Actual Scene That's The Most Difficult To Film

You would think that with a show like 13 Reasons Why, the most graphic, hard to watch parts are the most difficult to film.

However, the cast – Dylan Minnette, Devin Druid, Christian Navarro, Alisha Boe, and Ross Butler – just revealed the actual scene that’s the worst – the dance scene!

“You think you know how to dance, until you have to dance without music,” Christian shared during their appearance on Build Series earlier this week.

Dylan adds, “There are 200 people in the background, and you have to be yelling as though you’re yelling over music, and all the background actors are silent, and so you’re just screaming out spoilers…I knew they’d all signed NDAs, but it was a whole thing for me!”

The cast actually has to film it without any music, which is added in post-production.

13 Reasons Why is streaming on Netflix now.

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What's Coming & Leaving Netflix in June 2018? Check The Full List Here!

What's Coming & Leaving Netflix in June 2018? Check The Full List Here!

We are NOT okay about what’s leaving Netflix in June – mostly because it means no more Baby Daddy!

Yes, we’re still sour about the show being cancelled and now they’re taking it away from Netflix – what are we going to do?!

However, there is a silver lining with a few new disney animated films coming to the streaming service, as well as Thor: Ragnorak!

Click inside for the full list of titles coming and leaving Netflix…

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