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The drug lord still wants to act tough in a prison uniform.

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Netflix releases latest list of TV Shows, Movies, much-loved TV series on January 2017.

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Aimed at boosting its Latino audience, Netflix has partnered with Univision to coproduce some new shows for next year. The announcement was made at Univision's upfronts for 2016 in New York, in which the media company presented its programming plans to advertisers.

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Every month films are added and removed from your Netflix cue. This is always something that annoys Netflix viewers as they are forced to watch films before they leave the cue and add new ones to watch. Here is a list of the best five films leaving and the best five being added.

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Gone are the days when people are required to attend tedious classes and undergo physical training to acquire professional skills. With the continuing rise of the digital age, it's no wonder that education platforms are also innovating.

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Latinos are the least represented in Hollywood’s film and TV projects, according to a research published this week.

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The Sundance Film Festival is coming to a close this weekend and many of the year's best films have already been sold to some of the top distributors. However, this year there has been one trend that will like shake up the industry - Amazon and Netflix have dominated the acquisitions.

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Netflix hits 130 new countries.

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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are not the only big names hoping to secure the White House in 2016, as fictional President Frank Underwood made clear when he released (an equally fictitious) campaign ad to promote the fourth season of the Netflix hit series "House of Cards."

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Three stories hit the news on Monday in separate publications, concerning three different but interrelated subjects -- advertising, entertainment, and the IT backbone of the Internet. Taken together, they represent a tipping point in a trend we've seen building for a decade. Welcome to the era of cord cutting.

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If the opening image of "Beasts of No Nation" is framed as illusion, the final image, which essentially bookends the story with a similar image explored through a more promising element, tells us that there is hope. Or at the very least the film seems to be hoping for some hope.

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Last Friday Netflix released season 1 of the miniseries "Narcos," a fictionalized look at the life of the notorious drug lord Pablo Escobar.

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The latest study shows Latinos still dominate the over-the-top (OTT) Internet streaming entertainment market, and adds new insights about the differences (and similarities) between Spanish-dominant and English-speaking or bilingual households.

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When "Orange Is the New Black" star Dascha Polanco hits the set of the award-winning Netflix original series, it's all about "familia" and female empowerment. Polanco spoke to Latin Post in an exclusive interview where she discussed the camaraderie and diversity on the set of "OITNB."

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Pinch me I must be dreaming is what "Orange Is the New Black" star Dascha Polanco who plays Dayanara Diaz on the award-winning Netflix original series must be saying after having such a stellar year -- and it's only getting better. Polanco spoke to Latin Post in an exclusive interview and shared her gratitude about receiving the Lupe Award, which will be presented to her at the 16th annual NALIP Latino Media Awards at the W Hollywood Hotel on June 27.

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There's a lot of creative genius going on within the bathroom stalls, the kitchen, and behind bars at Litchfield Penitentiary. "Orange Is the New Black" actress Laura Gómez, who plays Blanca can attest to this as she's been spending a lot of time there honing her craft as an actress. Who would have thought that within the walls of a bathroom stall and the kitchen would be where Gómez would be developing her wonderfully odd and complex character, but she wouldn't have it any other way.

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