INTERNET STREAMING SERVICE Netflix is swaggering about and boasting about its upcoming programmes.
The service, which costs around a fiver a month and competes with Lovefilm, is adding a decent range of new shows to its roster including the new self-made series of Arrested Development.
Arrested Development series four will be exclusive to Netflix when it arrives, which should be next year, and this is the show that we find the most exciting.
Others that you might have missed when they were on the telly include Modern Family, Lie to Me, Sons of Anarchy and The Killing.
"Arrested Development is one of the finest American comedies in TV history and we are incredibly excited to bring it back for British and Irish fans," said Ted Sarandos, Netflix chief content officer.
"As today's announcement with Twentieth Century Fox clearly shows, we're continuing to add all kinds of great content for our UK and Ireland to enjoy when and how they want it."
The announcement, which is heavily weighted with references to Twentieth Century Fox, follow a press release from Lovefilm in which that firm welcomed new content from the same TV and film studio.
This month Netflix added a "Recently added" selection to its service. This, which lets you see what content has just appeared its service, is probably our favourite feature so far. At least, that is, until Arrested Development series four comes out. µ
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