Are you hooked on all those CBS shows like Angel From Hell, Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, and Kevin James Makes That Face Again? Well, pretty soon you’ll be able to watch them all on demand and commercial-free thanks to CBS’s new streaming service tier. And it’s just $10, roughly the same price as Netflix, which by…
September marks the beginning of fall, and that chill in the air means more excuses to sit inside binging on Netflix. This month, Netflix brings along som originals and some true classics.
Pandora is trying valiantly to stay afloat in a sea filled with competitors like Spotify and Apple Music, and now the company has tapped music legend Questlove to help rescue it from the murky depths of irrelevance.
Are you really getting the best possible look at Stranger Things (or whatever other show you’re currently bingeing)? The answer depends on both the way you’ve configured the app and even which browser you’re using. Here’s what you need to know.
Hulu will soon kill its free, ad-supported TV service, focusing its efforts on its paid subscriptions. But you’ll still be able to watch free TV online.
You can watch popular CW shows on Netflix right now. Soon though, thanks to a new deal, not only will that relationship continue, full current seasons will be uploaded soon after the finale. The Flash would proud.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple is in talks to acquire Tidal, also known as Jay-Z’s music streaming service that lets you listen to Kanye’s music a little bit earlier.
Pacific Rim writer Travis Beacham and director Guillermo del Toro are teaming up once again to create a brand new world. That world is called Carnival Row, and it just got picked up to pilot by Amazon.
If Netflix wasn’t already the most essential streaming service before, it probably will be soon. (Well, essential for those of us too lazy and/or strapped for cash to go buy our own copies.)
Do you love music and also saving money? Then you should cancel whatever streaming music service you’re signed up for and team up with five friends to get the new $15 Spotify Family plan. Seriously, you’re throwing away money if you don’t.
The X-Files’ Frank Spotnitz is suddenly no longer the showrunner for Amazon’s alternate history series The Man in the High Castle. And the decision’s thrown a bit of a wrench into the production of the show’s second season.
The future of direct-to-streaming entertainment seems inexplicably tied up with controversy. Our first taste came from The Interview (lol remember that?) after Sony’s massive hack in 2014. Now Netflix wants to stream two new films, starring Zack Galifianakis, Kristen Wiig, and Kate Beckinsale, before they come to…
The band Radiohead erased itself from the internet earlier this week Or did it? Now, from the echoing empty chambers of the band’s blank slate of engagement, there is a new auditory experience.
Hulu is said to be working on a live-streaming service that it would use to provide broadcast and cable TV channels like ESPN and the Fox network.
When San Diego Comic-Con announced a streaming video service, few were optimistic that it would allow fans to see the best panels that take place every year. Surprise! They will be streaming—but not without some major caveats.
Remember ChatRoulette? You’d log on, click through webcam feeds of obese men having sex with fruit, and walk away feeling like you’d finally made a human connection. Just take away the anonymity, the second camera, the sense of fate, and the fruit intercourse (for now) and you get Facebook Live’s new map—a digital…
Do you dream of jerking off on your couch in surround sound as the dull blue glow on your giant 4K television fills your eyes with flesh? Today is your day my horny friend. Pornhub just launched its first ever app for set-top boxes. It’s a real blast.
What could Spotify do with $1 billion? That’s now a question worth asking, since it’s managed to raise the sum as debt financing to spend on growing the company.
If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em. That may be just what YouTube is doing according to a new report from VentureBeat, which suggests the video company is building a Periscope competitor that will be called Connect.