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UPDATE – ‘Arrested Development’ Adds Fake Movies to Netflix, But What Does It Mean?

Years though it's been, every day in the wait for new 'Arrested Development' episodes brings with it a renewed sense of anticipation to see our favorite Bluths once more. We've followed every casting development and a bit of additional content, but the latest 'Arrested Development' season 4 push might be the strangest yet. In advance of the Netflix revival in the spring, the pay-content streaming service has added all the in-universe movies and TV to its instant roster, but to what end? What secrets are hidden in the videos?

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‘Arrested Development’ Season 4 Officially Increases Episode Order

It's been a good while since we've had any real news from the long-awaited fourth season of 'Arrested Development,' but it seems the Bluth family has decided to give us an early Christmas present. Not only is the Netflix revival season still due in the sprring, all episodes to be released at once, but we've confirmed that 'Arrested Development' season 4 has grown from it's initial 10-episode order! How big will the new season be, and will it lead to the movie?

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‘The Killing’ Officially Back for Season 3?

A few weeks ago we heard that 'The Killing' might be due for a resurrection, as Fox TV studios was nearing a deal between both AMC and Netflix that would see Detectives Linden and Holder returning to the Seatle crime beat once more, despite AMC's earlier passing on a third season. Now, new developments have all-but-guaranteed 'The Killing' will indeed return, but will the same cast be present? What story would 'The Killing' season 3 follow?

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Netflix Loses 800K Subscribers in Third Quarter

Netflix, the one-time master of customer service, just can’t seem to get it right anymore. On Monday, the video rental giant revealed in its third quarter report that it has lost about 800,000 subscribers since June, and the company expects to lose more in the coming months.

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Netflix Scraps Idea for Qwikster DVD-by-Mail Service

Netflix has been doing so much backpedaling lately, it’s surprising the company hasn’t adopted a bicycle for its logo.

In the most recent reversal, Netflix announced Monday that it’s scrapping a plan to split its streaming and DVD-by-mail services into two different companies and would instead keep both under the Netflix name. The abandoned idea would’ve seen the mailed DVD service take on the name Qwikster, with a separate website and separate billing.

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Netflix May Have to Pay $100,000 for Qwikster Twitter Account

Chances are good at least one “d’oh!” was uttered in at least one Netflix conference room Tuesday morning.

It seems the company, which on Monday announced it would split up its service and rebrand the DVD-delivery side Qwikster, neglected to lock up the name on Twitter. Now Jason Castillo, who’s owned the @Qwikster name on the microblogging service since April, wants money — big money — to hand it over.

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Netflix CEO Apologizes for Rate Increase, Announces Company Will Split Into Two Divisions

In the wake of unpopular rate increases that caused customers to cancel subscriptions in droves and resulted in the company stock nosediving, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings apologized in a blog post on Sunday.

“I messed up,” he said. “I owe everyone an explanation … In hindsight, I slid into arrogance based upon past success.”

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Netflix Customers Upset About Drastic Price Hikes

DVD-by-mail and digital streaming service Netflix has announced a new pricing structure, and its customers are doing the metaphorical version of booing and throwing popcorn at the screen.

People who currently pay $10 for one DVD per month plus unlimited digital streaming will see rates jump to $16, while those who get two DVDs plus streaming will have a new rate of $20, up from $15. The price increases take effect September 1 for existing customers. New subscribers will pay the new prices immediately upon sign-up.

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