Anthony Mackie's new Netflix movie, "Outside the Wire," was the streaming giant's biggest film this week.
Hulu has many original series like "The Handmaid's Tale," "Normal People," and "The Great." Here are the best Hulu original shows to stream.
"Soul" watched for nearly 1.7 billion minutes in the US on Disney Plus in its first weekend on the streaming service last month.
Crunchyroll is an anime streaming service that offers over 1,000 titles and 30,000 episodes of anime for free with ads or ad-free premium memberships.
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If you want to watch UFC 257: Poirier vs. McGregor 2 online this Saturday, here's how to do it with ESPN+.
You can cancel your Shudder subscription at any time from a web browser, by heading to your "My Account" menu.
Cybercriminals have stolen 2m user records from MyFreeCams through a successful SQL injection attack.
Apple One is a monthly subscription bundle of Apple's popular streaming, storage, news, and fitness services.
You can make a free Peacock account to watch basic content or receive full access to all of the streaming service's content for a monthly fee.
The new Marvel series "WandaVision" debuted last week and is one of the most in-demand original streaming shows in the US.
The round was led by Elevation Capital, with participation from Better Capital.
NHL Center Ice, the sports package for out-of-market satellite and cable subscribers, is now available to those who prefer to stream their entertainment. Sling TV has announced that has integrated NHL Center Ice with its platform, making it the first streaming service to offer the hockey portal. The addition comes shortly after the start of the 2021 NHL season, giving … Continue reading
If you’re struggling to find something worth watching from Netflix’s vast catalog and you don’t trust the recommendations of your friends, the streaming service has some good news for you. The company is finally launching a “shuffle play” feature for users who would rather let an algorithm pick their next series to binge on. The streaming service confirmed it will roll out the feature globally during a Q4 investor interview on Tuesday. “Our members can basically indicate to us that they just want to skip browsing entirely, click one button, and we’ll pick a title for them just to instantly play,” said COO… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Netflix
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Streaming services are slowly turning into cable TV — complete with bundles, an ever-growing list of channels, and a reinvented TV guide. And a series of lawsuits could portend the return of something even worse: the hidden cable fee.
Three municipalities in Georgia are suing Netflix, Hulu, and other streaming video providers for as much as 5 percent of their gross revenue in the district — joining a nationwide group of towns and counties that want these services regulated more like cable TV. It’s a small but growing front in the war over cord-cutting, challenging regulators to decide which matters more: the increasing role streaming services play in American media diets or their significant practical differences from traditional TV.
If you want to stream UFC, you’re in luck: The world’s biggest MMA promotion has joined with ESPN to bring the action online. Here's how you can watch it.
The streaming service added a record 37 million paid subscribers in 2020, boosting its total members to over 200 million.
The BBC has announced that its iPlayer online streaming service experienced a huge surge in viewing in the first full week of 2021...and it's a pretty safe bet that no one is surprised to hear that.
The free, ad-supported streaming TV market has quickly expanded to the point of becoming overgrown.
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