|[03/09/17 - 06:35 AM]
Video: "The Get Down - Part II" - Official Trailer - Netflix
Part Two of The Get Down picks up in 1978, one year after the events of Part One.
|[03/03/17 - 11:40 PM]
Development Update: Friday, March 3
Updates include: Allison Miller to star in ABC's "Salamander"; Peter Fonda to guest on Amazon's "Jack Ryan"; and FOX's "Lucifer" to relocate production to Los Angeles.
|[02/23/17 - 10:56 AM]
Super Plus Official Plus Delicious - "The Get Down" - New Episodes April 7
Netflix confirms the release date of Part II from the series.
|[09/21/16 - 06:17 AM]
You're Still Hooked and Netflix Knows Why
Streaming service further details the episodes that kept 70% of viewers watching through a first season's end.
|[08/23/16 - 11:08 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, August 23
Updates include: Jason Richman brings "The Departed" TV series to Amazon; John Cho lands "Connoisseur" at USA; and Chris O'Dowd, Ray Romano eyed for Epix's "Get Shorty."
|[07/25/16 - 08:43 AM]
Video: "The Get Down" Official Trailer Release
Part One of "The Get Down," comprising six episodes, premieres Friday, August 12 on Netflix around the world.
|[01/17/16 - 08:40 AM]
Netflix Announces Premiere Dates for 11 Upcoming Comedy, Drama and Kids Series
Plus: "Marvel's Jessica Jones" to return for a second season and casting revealed on the highly-anticipated series "Black Mirror."
|[01/06/16 - 09:42 AM]
Video: First Look at "The Crown" and "The Get Down"
This morning at CES, Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos premiered two First Look videos at upcoming Netflix original series.
|[09/29/15 - 11:51 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, September 29
Updates include: Amazon lands Paramount's "Jack Ryan" TV series; Elisha Cuthbert heads to "The Ranch" at Netflix; and Heléne Yorke joins the cast of Epix's "Graves."
|[08/11/15 - 11:41 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, August 11
Updates include: Showtime passes on fifth season of "Web Therapy"; The CW developing trio of projects based on features; and Michael Vartan cast in E!'s "The Arrangement."
|[08/04/15 - 11:39 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, August 4
Updates include: James Cromwell among latest cast in HBO's "The Young Pope"; Yahoo! discussing "future opportunities" for "Community"; and Andrew Ridings to play Craig T. Nelson's son in NBC's "Coach" revival.
|[06/18/15 - 11:33 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, June 18
Updates include: Britne Oldford tapped for "Hunters" at Syfy; Giancarlo Esposito to "Get Down" at Netflix; and FX eyes adaptation of comic book "Southern Bastards."
|[06/09/15 - 02:38 PM]
Jaden Smith Joins Baz Luhrmann's "The Get Down"
Smith joins the cast for the 1970s Bronx series in the role of Marcus "Dizzee" Kipling, 18, a psychedelically talented and enigmatic graffiti writer raised in the South Bronx.
|[05/28/15 - 04:24 PM]
"The Get Down" Adds Yahya Abdul-Mateen II
He will play "Cadillac," a fly gangster and prince of the disco world who's the owner and proprietor of the most notorious after-hours night spot in the Bronx.
|[05/26/15 - 11:29 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, May 26
Updates include: Jimmy Smits cast in Netflix's "The Get Down"; Charlene McKenna boards Lifetime's "Clan of the Cave Bear"; and SallyAnn Salsano to step down as showrunner of "The Real."
|[05/20/15 - 03:21 PM]
Hip Hop Icon Grandmaster Flash Joins Baz Luhrmann's Netflix Original Series "The Get Down"
In addition, Mamoudou Athie will portray Grandmaster Flash in the series.
|[04/16/15 - 01:26 PM]
Netflix's "The Get Down" - Baz Luhrmann Discovers His New Leading Lady
Herizen Guardiola will star as "Mylene Cruz," a shining, tenacious girl with a voice from God who dreams of disco stardom from the confines of her family's fiercely religious church walls.
|[04/09/15 - 08:02 AM]
Netflix Announces First Four Actors Cast in Baz Luhrmann's "The Get Down"
The series follows a rag tag group of teenagers who are wild in the streets of the Bronx in the late 70's.
|[02/05/15 - 10:01 AM]
Only on Netflix: "The Get Down," An All-New Music-Driven Drama Series from Baz Luhrmann Set in New York City in the 70s
The one-hour, 13-episode drama from Sony Pictures Television will focus on 1970s New York City - broken down and beaten up, violent, cash strapped - dying.