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Andy Meek

Trending News Reporter

Since 2015
Top Channel Entertainment
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Bio

Andy Meek is a reporter who has covered media, entertainment, and culture for over 20 years. His work has appeared in outlets including The Guardian, Forbes, and The Financial Times, and he’s written for BGR since 2015. Andy's coverage includes technology and entertainment, and he has a particular interest in all things streaming. Over the years, he’s interviewed legendary figures in entertainment and tech that range from Stan Lee to John McAfee, Peter Thiel, and Reed Hastings.

The Mole on Netflix

New Netflix game show The Mole is wowing critics

October 23rd, 2022

When Alex Wagner took over most of Rachel Maddow’s MSNBC hosting duties back in August after Maddow had pared her schedule down to just one night a week at the network, it marked a seminal moment in cable news — and in the critical 9 pm hour, specifically. Despite the high-profile nature of her new …

All Quiet on the Western Front on Netflix

Netflix is adapting 2 of the greatest novels of all time

October 21st, 2022

Book adaptations, for obvious reasons, offer a never-ending wellspring of creative inspiration for all the major streaming services, helping them to keep their development pipelines chock-a-block with new projects that can turn into compelling releases that keep people subscribed. On that score, coming to Netflix soon is a pair of major projects — a series, …

Luckiest Girl Alive on Netflix

The biggest movies dominating Netflix around the world this week

October 20th, 2022

During Netflix’s earnings call on Tuesday, October 18, the streamer’s co-CEO and chief content officer Ted Sarandos told analysts he has no misgivings about the company’s staggering $17 billion content budget for 2022. “I think we’re spending at about the right level,” he said. “And as we reaccelerate revenue, we’ll revisit that number, of course. …

Vincenzo on Netflix

The best Netflix series for K-drama fans

October 20th, 2022

If you have any interest whatsoever in K-dramas — and you should, because so many of them come close to TV perfection — Netflix is increasingly the go-to source for fans. The biggest streamer in the world spent around half a billion dollars last year on Korean series and movies alone. Netflix even built a …