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Netflix drops trailer for romantic K-drama series ‘Welcome To Wedding Hell’ featuring Lee Jin-wook

  • Netflix has dropped a new trailer for the upcoming 12-episode romantic K-drama series “Welcome To Wedding Hell” on Sunday.
  • Featuring Lee Jin-wook of “Bulgasal: Immortal Souls” and Lee Yeon-hee of “East of Eden,” the upcoming show follows a couple who begin to face problems as they plan for their wedding and future life together.
  • The first episode of “Welcome To Wedding Hell” will be released on May 23 on Netflix and the South Korean streaming service platform KakaoTV.

A trailer for the upcoming romantic K-drama series “Welcome To Wedding Hell” has been released by Netflix. 

The 12-episode series features Lee Jin-wook of “Bulgasal: Immortal Souls” as Seo Joon-hyung and Lee Yeon-hee of “East of Eden” as Kim Na-eun. The two play a couple who begin to face several problems in their relationship as they prepare for their wedding and future life together.

‘Money does not bring you happiness’: LA’s wealthiest Asians on ‘Bling Empire’ Season 2 talk money and drama

Netflix’s hit reality show “Bling Empire” is back with more drama enveloping the lavish lives of Los Angeles’ wealthiest Asians. 

Ahead of the second season’s release on Friday, the cast got real with NextShark about how well they really get along, whether the feud between Anna and Christine will ever reach a truce and what sparked the romance between Kevin and Kim – who we saw last season quarreling with drinks being thrown through the air. (A point that Kevin likes to remind us: “She threw the drink on me.”)

Netflix releases new photos, premiere date for ‘Never Have I Ever’ Season 3

  • Season 3 of “Never Have I Ever” is set to premiere on Netflix on Aug. 12, the streaming platform announced during its “Netflix is a Joke” comedy festival.
  • Netflix also released a set of first-look photos from the upcoming season.

Season 3 of Netflix’s hit dramedy “Never Have I Ever” is slated for release on Aug. 12, with 10 new episodes. Meanwhile the fourth and final season, currently in production, is set to premiere sometime in 2023. 

The streaming platform announced the premiere date on Sunday as part of its Netflix is a Joke comedy festival. 

‘Allez cuisine!’: ‘Iron Chef’ set for summer revival on Netflix

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  • Netflix announced on Monday that it will reboot the hit culinary show “Iron Chef” on its streaming platform this summer.
  • Titled “Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend,” the new show’s eight 45-minute episodes will be released weekly starting June 15.
  • “Five new trailblazing Iron Chefs will welcome brave Challenger Chefs to the reimagined Kitchen Stadium, where they'll face off and be pushed to the limits of endurance and creativity,” Netflix said of the show in a press release.
  • Mark Dacascos will reprise his role as “The Chairman,” and Alton Brown will also return as the host, now joined by Korean-born American chef and “Top Chef” Season 10 winner Kristen Kish as his co-host.
  • “Iron Chef” was originally a Japanese show and was successfully adapted for US audiences in 2005 with“Iron Chef America,” which ran for an impressive 13 seasons on the Food Network.

Netflix announced on Monday that it will reboot the hit culinary competition show “Iron Chef” on its streaming platform this summer.

Titled “Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend,” the new show’s eight 45-minute episodes will be released weekly starting June 15.

Netflix unveils premiere date, new trailer for ‘Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area’

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  • Netflix has announced the premiere date for “Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area” as June 24.
  • A new teaser for the South Korean remake of the hit Spanish drama reveals the Korean Hahoetal mask will replace the iconic Dali masks worn by the original series’ characters.
  • The original characters will make a return in the adaptation, with “Squid Game” star Park Hae-soo now taking on the role of Berlin.

Netflix has released a new teaser for “Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area,” the highly anticipated South Korean remake of the hit Spanish drama. Starring “Squid Game” star Park Hae-soo, the upcoming series will premiere on June 24, the streaming giant revealed on Friday.

The 12-episode series, directed by Kim Hong-sun, sees the return of the show’s original characters, including the Professor (played by Yoo Ji-tae), Berlin (Park Hae-soo), Tokyo (Jun Jong-seo), Moscow (Lee Won-jong), Denver (Kim Ji-hun), Nairobi (Jang Yoon-ju), Rio (Lee Hyun-woo), Helsinki (Kim Ji-hoon) and Oslo (Lee Kyu-ho).

‘Bling is back!’: Netflix unveils new trailer for season 2 of ‘Bling Empire’

  • Netflix has dropped the official trailer for Season 2 of “Bling Empire,” premiering May 13.
  • The new season adds two newcomers, former “Rich Kids of Beverly Hills” star Dorothy Wang and businesswoman Mimi Morris to the original cast.

Get ready for more glitz and glamor as “Los Angeles’s beloved uber-rich Asians” gather for the second season of Netflix’s hit reality show “Bling Empire.”

Netflix officially dropped the trailer for the upcoming season on Friday. 

‘Heartstopper’: William Gao is the breakout star of Netflix’s new hit teen series

  • Netflix’s latest coming-of-age, LGBTQ plus romance series “Heartstopper” has been receiving glowing reviews since its release last Friday.
  • Among the show’s main stars is newcomer William Gao, who plays Tao Xu.
  • Gao, whose acting career began in the theater, is also part of a musical act called Wasia Project.

Netflix’s latest coming-of-age, LGBTQ plus romance series “Heartstopper” has been receiving glowing reviews since its release last Friday, thanks to its heart-stopping story brought to life by a young and talented ensemble.

Among the show’s main stars is newcomer William Gao, who plays Tao Xu, the protective, no-nonsense friend to Joe Locke’s Charlie Spring.

‘Cyber Hell’: Everything you should know about Korea’s infamous Nth chatroom case before Netflix doc release

  • On Wednesday, Netflix released its trailer for the documentary “Cyber Hell,” which relays the details of South Korea’s Nth Room case in which at least 74 women were coerced into documenting gruesome sexual acts for profit.
  • The overwhelming number of men involved, approximately 25,000 users in 30 chat rooms linked to this specific case alone, also garnered public outrage.
  • Since 2018, a user by the name “Baksa,” meaning “Doctor,” lured in young women looking for work by offering them large payments for body photos.
  • After getting their personal information, he blackmailed them, forcing them to film themselves doing grotesque acts that he would then sell on his “Nth” chat rooms, which had entrance fees ranging from 250,000 won ($200) to 1.55 million won ($1,200).
  • The ring leader was eventually revealed to be Cho Ju-bin, a then-24-year-old former editor of his college newspaper, who thanked people for “stopping [his] life as a devil” following his arrest.

Warning: This article contains graphic descriptions of sexual violence that some readers may find disturbing.

On Wednesday, Netflix released its trailer for the Korean documentary “Cyber Hell,” which relays the details of South Korea’s Nth Room case in which dozens of women were coerced into recording gruesome sexual acts to be sold for profit. 

‘White Hot’: New Netflix doc recounts the racist ‘all-American’ culture of Abercrombie & Fitch

  • A new Netflix documentary, “White Hot: The Rise & Fall of Abercrombie & Fitch,” exposes the toxic and racist culture of the American clothing company.
  • A lawsuit filed against Abercrombie & Fitch in 2004 accused the American chain of giving floor sales and management positions to white employees, while women and employees of color worked in the back of the store.
  • Former employee Dr. Anthony Ocampo claimed that Abercrombie wouldn’t rehire him because there was already another Filipino working at the store.
  • Another former employee, Jennifer Sheahan, claimed she was fired from a branch in Costa Mesa, California, because she is Asian.
  • A Black employee, Carla Barrientos, was fired after requesting to work more hours during the daytime.

A new Netflix documentary, “White Hot: The Rise & Fall of Abercrombie & Fitch,” recounts the toxic and racist culture of the American clothing company during the 2000s.

In the documentary, which was released on Netflix on Tuesday, former Abercrombie employees alleged that they were excluded or held back at the company because of their ethnicity. 

‘Shang-Chi’ star Meng’er Zhang to play a ‘fierce huntress’ in Netflix’s ‘The Witcher’ Season 3

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  • Netflix announced on Thursday that its hit fantasy drama series “The Witcher” would return for its third season with several new cast members, including actor Meng’er Zhang from “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.”
  • Meng’er Zhang played Shang-Chi’s estranged younger sister Xialing in the Marvel film, wowing crowds with her powerful moves and fierce determination to survive at all costs.
  • “The Witcher” series, which is based on Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski’s books by the same name, follows the journey of monster-hunter Geralt of Rivia, played by Henry Cavill, and his quest to serve as crown princess Ciri of Cintra’s protector.
  • According to “The Witcher” official Twitter account, Zhang will play character Milva, a “human adopted by the dryads of Brokilon Forest” who is “a fierce and talented huntress.”

Netflix announced on Thursday that its hit fantasy drama series “The Witcher” would return for its third season with several new cast members, including actor Meng’er Zhang from “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.” 

Meng’er Zhang played Shang-Chi’s estranged younger sister Xialing in the Marvel film, wowing crowds with her powerful moves and fierce determination to survive at all costs. 

Netflix confirms ‘Singles Inferno’ will return in ‘hotter and sexier’ Season 2

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  • Netflix officially announced the second season of “Singles Inferno” on Tuesday.
  • Season 2 will follow the formula of the show’s first season, where a group of men and women living together on a deserted island must find a partner to experience a day of luxury.
  • “Those who become a couple can move to ‘HEAVEN Island’ for a day, where high-quality food and accommodations are provided, while those who fail to become a couple must spend their days self-sufficient in ‘Hell Island,’” Netflix said in a press release.
  • The cast list and release date of Season 2 have yet to be revealed.

Netflix has announced that a “hotter and sexier” second season of its hit South Korean dating show “Singles Inferno” is on the way.

In an announcement on Tuesday, Netflix officially confirmed that “Singles Inferno” will return with a new set of castaways who must compete on a deserted island to find a partner while trying to survive.

‘Squid Game’ director Hwang Dong-hyuk: Upcoming film ‘Killing Old People’ will be even ‘more violent’

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  • "Squid Game" Director Hwang Dong-Hyuk has revealed his upcoming project to be a movie titled "Killing Old People Club."
  • The new film, based on Italian writer Umberto Eco's works about an intergenerational war, is expected to be even more violent and controversial than Hwang’s Netflix series global sensation.
  • Season 2 of "Squid Game" is expected to be released by the end of 2024.

“Squid Game” director Hwang Dong-hyuk has revealed his upcoming project following a successful awards season: “Killing Old People Club,” or “K.O. Club.”

With the 25-page treatment already prepared for “K.O. Club,” the director is preparing to create a film not only “more violent” than “Squid Game” but also more controversial. The film is reportedly based on “an intergenerational war” in which the old and young are pitted against one another.

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