Hulu’s The Dropout Is a Biting 8-Part True Story

Amanda Seyfried plays Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes in a series that pulls no punches.

Following Inventing Anna, and beginning ahead of WeCrashed, television’s year of the scammer continues on Hulu with The Dropout. The Dropout tells the story of the rise and fall of Elizabeth Holmes, the titular Stanford dropout who went on to found the now-defunct company Theranos—which at one point promised to change the world of healthcare and blood testing, and eventually found its founder convicted of fraud.

Unlike the mishandled Inventing Anna, however, The Dropout actually holds its subjects’ feet to the fire. Rather than awkwardly framing Holmes (along with her partner Sunny Balwani) as fighting some sort of noble fight, it frames her as what she was: a liar. An ambitious liar, sure, but nonetheless a liar whose fabrications not only cost people money, but wound up hurting people, too.

Amanda Seyfried, who last year picked up an Academy Award nomination for her work in David Fincher’s Mank, will likely find herself in Emmy conversations this time around for her work playing Holmes. From her work in Mean Girls and Mamma Mia to Jennifer’s Body and Twin Peaks, Seyfried has always shown an immense talent for fully transforming into character—and adding a layer of depth and a degree of complexity to a character seen frequently in the media is her latest achievement in the craft.


The only other series regular in The Dropout is Naveen Andrews (Lost) who plays Balwani, but the show also features an impressive array of guest stars, including Laurie Metcalf, Alan Ruck, Sam Waterston, William H. Macy, and Dylan Minnette. And it makes sense for it to be that way—this is the story of Holmes, with Balwani somewhat along with her for the ride. So, it makes sense that they’re the only ones we’re seeing with any regularity.

All eight episodes of The Dropout are now on Hulu.

By EVAN ROMANO for Men’s Health©

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Here’s What’s Coming to Netflix in April 2022

Netflix is about to rain April showers of streaming content on you! Check out the movies and TV shows being added, including fan favorites like New York Minute and Selling Sunset.

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No April Fool’s, just April jewels from Netflix.  

Has spring got you feeling flirty? A few classic rom-coms will be added starting April 1 including Love ActuallyA Cinderella Story and Monster-in-Law.

 And for those who are still knee-deep into some of Netflix’s can’t-miss true crime documentaries (i.e.: Bad VeganThe Tindler Swindler), no need to put away your trusty spy gadgets just yet. With films like The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe: The Unheard Tapes, which follows an investigative journalist’s reexamination of the late star’s death, there’s no shortage of questions that have yet to be answered.

Reality TV fans, meanwhile, (especially viewers of real estate shows with a heaping side of drama) have season five of Selling Sunset to look forward to on April 22.

April 1

Apollo 10 1/2: A Space Age Childhood
Battle: Freestyle
The Bubble 
Captain Nova 
Celeb Five: Behind the Curtain 
Forever Out of My League
Get Organized with The Home Edit: Season 2 
The Last Bus 
Trivia Quest                                                                                                                                           

Cinderella Story
Abby Hatcher: Season 2
Any Given Sunday
Blade II
Blade: Trinity
The Blind Side
Bonnie and Clyde (1967)
Catch and Release
CoComelon: Season 5
Delta Farce
Eagle Eye
Four Brothers
Full Metal Jacket
Grown Ups
Heartland: Season 14
How to Train Your Dragon
Love Actually
Molly’s Game
New York Minute
The Nut Job
Polly Pocket: Season 4: Part 1: Summer of Fun
Puss in Boots
The Rental
The Ring
Rumor Has It…
Saving Private Ryan
Sherlock Holmes
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
Shrek Forever After
Something’s Gotta Give
We The Animals

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April 4

Better Call Saul: Season 5

April 5

Ronny Chieng: Speakeasy 

April 6

Green Mothers’ Club
Jimmy Savile: A British Horror Story Michela Giraud: the Truth, I Swear!
The Ultimatum: Marry or Move On

April 7

Queen of the South: Season 5
Return to Space 
Senzo: Murder of a Soccer Star 

April 8

Barbie It Takes Two: Season 1
Dancing on Glass 
Dirty Lines 
Elite: Season 5 
Green Eggs and Ham: Season 2 
Metal Lords 
Tiger & Bunny 2 
Yaksha: Ruthless Operations 

April 9

My Liberation Notes 
Our Blues

April 10

The Call

April 12

Hard Cell 
The Creature Cases 

April 13

Almost Happy: Season 2 
Our Great National Parks 
Today We Fix the World 

April 14

Ultraman: Season 2 

April 15

Anatomy of a Scandal 
Choose or Die 
Heirs to the Land 
One Piece Film Z
Strawberry Shortcake Berry in the Big City: Season 1

April 16

LEGO Friends: Girls on a Mission
Man of God 
Ouija: Origin of Evil
Van Helsing: Season 5

April 19

Battle Kitty 
Pacific Rim: The Black: Season 2 
White Hot: The Rise & Fall of Abercrombie & Fitch 

April 20

The Marked Heart 
Russian Doll: Season 2 
The Turning Point 
Yakamoz S-245 

April 21

All About Gila 
He’s Expecting 

April 22

Along for the Ride 
Selling Sunset: Season 5 
The Seven Lives of Lea 

April 25

Big Eyes

April 26

David Spade: Nothing Personal 

April 27

Bullsh*t The Game Show 
The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe: The Unheard Tapes 
Silverton Siege 

April 28

Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles 

April 29

Grace and Frankie: Season 7-The Final Episodes 
Honeymoon with My Mother 
Ozark: Season 4 Part 2 

Article By KISHA FORDE ENews©

Source: Here’s What’s Coming to Netflix in April 2022 – E! Online (

Here’s what’s leaving Netflix in March 2022

Making way for the new, the old must be replaced. So here is what is leaving Netflix© in March. Ready, Set, Start streaming!

What’s leaving in March

March 3 Parker

Safe Haven

March 6 The Secret

March 15 Howards End

March 21 Philomena

March 27 Lawless

March 28 Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom

March 30 Doctor Foster: Seasons 1-2

Mercy Black

March 31 300

A River Runs Through It

As Good as It Gets

Bad Teacher

Bee Movie

Blood Diamond


Bright Star

Despicable Me

Despicable Me 2

Eight Legged Freaks

Free Willy 4: Escape from Pirate’s Cove

G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra

Ghosts of Girlfriends Past

Good Burger


The Hangover

Happy Feet Two

The Holiday


I Love You, Man

In the Cut

Interview with the Vampire


The Karate Kid

Kung Fu Panda

The Longest Yard

Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted

Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa

Nacho Libre

The NeverEnding Story

Paranormal Activity

Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You!

Pokémon the Movie: The Power of Us

Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon

Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon: Sun & Moon: Ultra Adventures

Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon: Sun & Moon: Ultra Legends

Runaway Bride

The Ugly Truth

Wild Wild West


Article by Mike Murphy for Marketwatch©

Source: Here’s what’s coming to Netflix in March 2022 — and what’s leaving (

Here’s what’s coming to Netflix in March 2022


Netflix has another relatively light lineup of new releases in March, though it will feature the return of one of its most popular series.

That would be Season 2 of “Bridgerton” (March 25), the steamy Shondaland romantic drama set in Regency-era England. Netflix says Season 1 was its most-watched English-language series ever in its first 28 days, and Season 2 looks to be just as big a hit. The new season will focus on a different coupling, and while Season 1’s breakout star Regé-Jean Page is not returning, viewers can expect plenty of familiar Bridgerton faces, such as Daphne (Phoebe Dynevor), Anthony (Jonathan Bailey) and Eloise (Claudia Jessie), as well as Penelope Featherton (Nicola Coughlan), and Simone Ashley (“Sex Education”) will join the cast as Kate Sharma, a potential suitor for Anthony.

Netflix also has “Human Resources” (March 18), an animated spinoff of “Big Mouth” featuring the voices of Nick Kroll, Aidy Bryant and Randall Park, among others; Season 4 of the hit behind-the-scenes racing series “Formula 1: Drive to Survive” (March 11); the fifth and final season of the bloody Medieval drama “The Last Kingdom” (March 9); “The Adam Project” (March 11), a time-traveling action movie starring Ryan Reynolds and Jennifer Garner; the Leighton Meester Croatian-vacation thriller “The Weekend Away” (March 3); Ryan Murphy’s six-part documentary “The Andy Warhol Diaries” (March 9), which uses AI to creepily recreate Warhol’s voice to narrate; and the docuseries “Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives” (March 16), about a celebrity restaurateur who embezzles millions with her new boyfriend and goes on the run.

There are also a number of new movies being added, including “My Best Friend’s Wedding,” “Shrek,” “Starship Troopers.” “Sorry to Bother You” (all March 1), “Dunkirk” (March 12) and “Blade Runner 2049” (March 26).

Here’s the complete list of what’s coming as of Feb. 23 (release dates are subject to change):

What’s coming in March 2020

Date TBA 800 Meters — Netflix Documentary

Tomorrow — Netflix Series

March 1 The Guardians of Justice — Netflix Series

Worst Roommate Ever — Netflix Documentary


21 Bridges

A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)

A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)



Coach Carter

Due Date

Freddy vs. Jason


The Gift

The Green Mile

My Best Friend’s Wedding

Public Enemies


The Replacements

Richie Rich

The Shawshank Redemption



Shrek 2

Sorry to Bother You

Starship Troopers

Texas Chainsaw 3D

Top Gun

V for Vendetta

Where the Wild Things Are


March 2 Against The Ice — Netflix Film

The Pirates: The Last Royal Treasure — Netflix Film

Savage Rhythm — Netflix Series

March 3 He-Man and the Masters of the Universe: Season 2 — Netflix Family

Midnight at the Pera Palace — Netflix Series

The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties: Season 2 — Netflix Series

Power Rangers Dino Fury: Season 2 — Netflix Family

Surviving Paradise: A Family Tale — Netflix Documentary

The Weekend Away — Netflix Film

Whindersson Nunes: My Own Show! — Netflix Comedy

March 4 The Invisible Thread — Netflix Film

Lies and Deceit — Netflix Series

Making Fun — Netflix Series

Meskina — Netflix Film

Pieces of Her — Netflix Series

March 5 Beirut

March 7 Good Girls: Season 4

March 8 An Astrological Guide for Broken Hearts: Season 2 — Netflix Series

Autumn Girl — Netflix Film

Chip and Potato: Season 3 — Netflix Family

Last One Standing — Netflix Series

Taylor Tomlinson: Look At You — Netflix Comedy

March 9 The Andy Warhol Diaries — Netflix Documentary

The Bombardment — Netflix Film

Byron Baes — Netflix Series

Queer Eye Germany — Netflix Series

The Last Kingdom: Season 5 — Netflix Series

March 10 DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: Season 7

Karma’s World: Season 2 — Netflix Family

Kotaro Lives Alone — Netflix Anime

Love, Life & Everything in Between — Netflix Series

March 11 Formula 1: Drive to Survive: Season 4 — Netflix Series

Life After Death with Tyler Henry — Netflix Series

Once Upon a Time… Happily Never After — Netflix Series

The Adam Project — Netflix Film

March 12 Dunkirk

March 13 London Has Fallen

March 15 Adam by Eve: A live in Animation — Netflix Anime

Catherine Cohen: The Twist…? She’s Gorgeous. — Netflix Comedy

Marilyn’s Eyes — Netflix Film

One Piece Film: Strong World

Team Zenko Go — Netflix Family

March 16 Pedal to Metal — Netflix Series

Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives — Netflix Documentary

Hei$t: The Great Robbery of Brazil’s Central Bank — Netflix Documentary

A Walk Among the Tombstones

March 17 Lee Daniels’ The Butler

Rescued by Ruby — Netflix Film

Soil — Netflix Series

March 18 Alessandro Cattelan: One Simple Question — Netflix Series

Animal: Season 2 — Netflix Documentary

Black Crab — Netflix Film

Cracow Monsters — Netflix Series

Eternally Confused and Eager for Love — Netflix Series

Human Resources — Netflix Series

Is It Cake? — Netflix Series

Light the Night: Part 3 — Netflix Series

Standing Up — Netflix Series

Top Boy: Season 2 — Netflix Series

Windfall — Netflix Film

Without Saying Goodbye — Netflix Film

Young, Famous & African — Netflix Series

March 21 Call the Midwife: Series 10

In Good Hands — Netflix Film

March 22 Jeff Foxworthy: The Good Old Days — Netflix Comedy

The Principles of Pleasure — Netflix Documentary

March 24 Love Like the Falling Petals — Netflix Film

March 25 Bridgerton: Season 2 — Netflix Series

Transformers: BotBots — Netflix Family

March 26 Blade Runner 2049

King of Thieves

March 28 The Imitation Game

March 29 Thermae Romae Novae — Netflix Anime

Mighty Express: Season 6 — Netflix Family

Mike Epps: Indiana Mike — Netflix Comedy

March 30 All Hail — Netflix Film

Trust No One: The Hunt for the Crypto King — Netflix Documentary

March 31 Casual: Seasons 1-4

Super PupZ — Netflix Family

Article by Mike Murphy for Marketwatch©

Source: Here’s what’s coming to Netflix in March 2022 — and what’s leaving (

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