Where is there information about when shows vanish from Netflix? My only gripe with their service is that I can never see on their site notifications of this.
I think it's something they've recently restored; I remember asking on here last year when we first signed up with Netflix why they don't provide this information! I would like them to actually alert you if you're part way through watching something that will disappear soon though. The other day I bought The Force Awakens on Blu-Ray so my daughter could finish watching it at last.
Netflix are generally very poor about providing information on their catalogue. That said we had about upgrade on their app on our Firestick and there are a lot more options now for filtering and sorting etc. Finally.
Enjoyed POWER OF GREYSKULL (about He-Man and the Masters of the Universe). Far more coherent (and without the casual racism) of 'The Toys Who Made Us' series. I would say it is fairly accessible to anyone with a passing interest in the subject or who may remember the toys/cartoon from back in the day. It's not aimed at die-hard fans or the 'collector crowd'. Decent documentaries on toys is still a strangely rare sub-genre so worth supporting.
Last Edit: Sept 3, 2018 10:06:28 GMT by The Doctor
Finally decided to get back to Season 2 of Luke Cage and then rolled straight in to Iron Fist.
Somehow Iron Fist season 3 is the Neflix MCU show Im not most looking forward too. I never thought Iron First was that bad, but it still ranked bottom of the season one shows so thats quite the turn around.
Cage S2 was about on par with season 1 but had the advantage of finishing strong (if dark).
I honestly though they were heading towards a Heroes For Hire combined season 3, but the Cage went dark and First went wherever the hell Fist just went.
Misty seems to have replace Claire as continuity person. Im okay with this.