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YouTube TV Jacks Up Its Prices and the Promise of Cheap TV Feels Further Away Than Ever

For the last three years, YouTube TV has been the affordable alternative to pricier live TV streaming services, such as Hulu and AT&T TV. But that price gap just vanished. YouTube TV is jumping from $50 a month to $65 due to the “rising cost of content,” the company announced in a blog post.Read more...
Tags: Science, Youtube, Streaming Video, Hulu, AT T TV, YouTube TV, Thanks I Hate It


The Nerd's Watch: The Best Sci-Fi and Fantasy Streaming in July

Streaming is more important than ever. As huge numbers of people stay home during the global pandemic, many have turned to the plethora of services for a much-needed escape. At the start of each month, most streaming services do a little shuffle, adding new movies and taking some off, and we’re here to help with your…Read more...
Tags: Science, Netflix, Streaming, Hulu, Amazon Studios, The Nerds Watch, Disney Plus


Amazon Prime Adds Watch Party for Co-Viewing With Up to 100 Friends

Amazon’s streaming service is introducing a co-viewing option to stream movies and TV shows with up to 100 other Prime Video account holders, a nifty feature that’s already officially available on platforms like Hulu and HBO.Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Science, Amazon Prime, Streaming, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, Watch Party, Streaming Wars, Amazon Prime Adds Watch Party for Co


Amazon's Prime Video Is Looking to Buy Its Way Into the Live TV Market

Amazon is “actively pursuing” deals to turn its Prime Video streaming service into something more like Prime TV, an industry source told Protocol on Tuesday. This is backed up by several job listings focused on the project.Read more...
Tags: Amazon, TV, Science, Technology, Television, Disney, Netflix, Streaming, Hulu, Live TV, Prime Video, Pay TV, YouTube TV




How to Choose a Movie to Watch Without a Family Fight

When it comes to entertainment options in Quarantine Times, my wife and I are spoiled for choice. We don’t have cable, but we do subscribe to (or have access to passwords for) Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video, Disney+, HBO Max and the Criterion Channel, not to mention the abundance of free streaming services. So... why…Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Movies, Netflix, Hulu, Netflix Hulu Prime Video Disney HBO Max


The Newest Crossing Swords Trailer Introduces a Messy, Vulgar Fantasy World

Crossing Swords is a new comedy available on Hulu, and if you’re still on the fence about whether or not to check it out, this full trailer might provide some more insight. Read more...
Tags: Science, Adam Pally, Hulu, Sony Pictures Animation, Nicholas Hoult, Tony Hale, Yvette Nicole Brown, Rob Corddry, Crossing Swords


Crossing Swords Is a Cutesy Wonderland of Flesh and Debauchery

It might seem like Hulu’s Crossing Swords is an advertisement for a magical Playmobil set. But within the first two minutes, a clown man ends up being called a “fucking idiot” by the other members of his raiding party for not understanding the basics of dragon biology. Not long after, an orphanage full of kittens is…Read more...
Tags: Science, Animation, Streaming, Stop Motion, Hulu, Playmobil, Seth Green, Tony Hale, Yvette Nicole Brown, Rob Corddry, Tara Strong, ALANNA UBACH, Tom Root, Adam Ray, Nicolas Hoult, Crossing Swords


Hulu Is the Latest Streaming Company to End Support for Older Devices

Here we go again: On June 24, Hulu will stop supporting some older Roku devices. Read more...
Tags: Science, Streaming, Roku, Hulu, Streaming Devices


Hey, Media Companies: What's Next?

Over the last week, Americans across the country have protested systemic racism and police brutality against Black people following the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. This past weekend, cops responded with more brutality, and media companies decided it was the right time to chime in, tweeting out…Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Minneapolis, Race, Marvel, Disney, Netflix, Racism, Protests, Sony, Cbs, Warner Bros, Hulu, Black Lives Matter, Cw, Paramount


In a Rare Show of Solidarity, Competing Hollywood Heavyweights Join Forces in Support of Black Lives

In the outcries following the now-countless incidents of police violence upon black America, what is often most deafening is the silence—from non-black friends, influencers, politicians and, perhaps most importantly, from those who have the kind of massive platforms that actually reach into American homes and sway…Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, America, Netflix, Starz, Hulu, Black Lives Matter, George Floyd, Netflix Strong Black Leads


The Nerd's Watch: The Best Sci-Fi and Fantasy Streaming in June

Streaming is more important than ever. As huge numbers of people stay home during the global pandemic, many have turned to the plethora of services for a much-needed escape. At the start of each month, most streaming services do a little shuffle, adding new movies and taking some off, and we’re here to help with your…Read more...
Tags: Science, Netflix, Streaming, Hulu, Amazon Studios, The Nerds Watch, Disney Plus, Watch It Nerds


Hulu's Watch Party Could Be the Cure for Quarantine Boredom

It shouldn’t have taken a global pandemic and subsequent quarantine to inspire a way to easily watch the same show at the same time with our friends and family remotely, but it did. Hulu is now the first major streaming service to offer a group chat feature on its platform so you can watch the same show at the same…Read more...
Tags: Science, Hulu, Streaming Services, Rip My Productivity


Jane Roe Was Paid by the Christian Right to Publicly Reverse Her Stance on Abortion

Norma McCorvey, the previously unidentified woman known as ‘Jane Roe’ in the milestone Roe v. Wade case, makes a stunning confession in a new FX documentary about her life: She was paid by the evangelical Christian right to disingenuously further their anti-abortion agenda.Read more...
Tags: Science, Documentary, Abortion, Roe V Wade, Hulu, FX, Wade, Christian Right, Norma McCorvey, Jane Roe


Solar Opposites Would Like to Remind You How Patently Trash Humanity Is

It’s better if we just get this out of the way now: Yes, Solar Opposites is an extremely Justin Roiland joint, but to call it a Rick and Morty knockoff is to miss the point of the show, which is to dunk specifically on humanity, rather than existence as a whole. See? They’re different. Ish.Read more...
Tags: Science, Animation, Streaming, Hulu, Thomas Middleditch, Morty, Rick, Rick And Morty, Justin Roiland, Mary Mack, Mike McMahan, Sean Giambrone, Solar Opposites, Sagan Mcmahan


The Release Trailer For Solar Opposites Is a Filthy Alien Take on Suburban Life

From Justin Roiland and somewhere far out of this solar system, Solar Opposites has arrived on this inhospitable mess called Earth. Fortunately, it brought a lot of its own mess with it. Read more...
Tags: Science, Disney, Animation, Aliens, Hulu, Justin Roiland, Solar Opposites


What We Do in the Shadows' Scariest Vampire Is Still Giving Us Nightmares

While FX’s vampire comedy What We Do in the Shadows is across-the-board delightful, we have a special affection for the show’s “energy vampire,” a character who’s both totally original and instantly recognizable. He’s also pretty terrifying—especially when he gets a sudden power boost.Read more...
Tags: Comedy, Science, Vampires, Streaming, Hulu, What We Do In The Shadows, FX, TV Recap, Jemaine Clement, Kayvan Novak, Matt Berry, Natasia Demetriou, Mark Proksch


The Nerd's Watch: The Best Sci-Fi and Fantasy Streaming in May

It’s the 457th day of April and we’re still stuck indoors! Good thing the big streaming services are still dishing out hot and fresh (and hot and classic) content to feed our hungry eyeballs. I’m filling in for Germain this month on Nerd’s Watch, but will try not to let things get too weird around here.Read more...
Tags: Star Wars, Science, Horror, Fantasy, Netflix, Streaming, Sci Fi, Hulu, Amazon Studios, Germain, The Nerds Watch, Disney Plus, Watch It Nerds


Devs Was an Utterly Bizarre Head Trip With a Surprisingly Beautiful Twist

Devs, the eight-part sci-fi miniseries from visionary director Alex Garland, has aired its final, head-spinning episode. With it, the mysterious final event surrounding a powerful prediction machine is finally revealed. But don’t expect Devs to serve up a tidy resolution to its spectacular exploration of what it means…Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Nick Offerman, Hulu, FX, Quantum Computing, Tech Companies, TV Recap, Alex Garland, Sonoya Mizuno, Alison Pill, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Zach Grenier, Karl Glusman, Devs, Predictive Algorithm


10 X-Files Episodes to Watch That Are Still Scary as Hell

These are strange days we’re living in, which makes it the perfect time to revisit The X-Files, available on Hulu. Lately, we’ve been focusing our binge-watch efforts on the monster-of-the-week episodes that scared us so bad we might as well say they scarred us—because they’re still giving us nightmares. Here are 10…Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, Fox, Gillian Anderson, Hulu, Nostalgia, David Duchovny, Chris Carter, The X Files, Darin Morgan, Watch It Nerds


11 Nerdy Things You Can Watch and Read for Free While Social Distancing

There are only so many times you can rewatch episodes of Futurama or Love is Blind. For folks wanting to branch out beyond Netflix and Hulu, or take a momentary break from Animal Crossing, there are plenty of places to watch cool shows and films online for free—as well as some services to help keep you reading, too.Read more...
Tags: Books, Science, Horror, Fantasy, Netflix, Showtime, Streaming, Sci Fi, Hulu, Sling TV, Cbs All Access, Amazon Studios, Samurai Jack, Shudder, Quibi, Star Trek Picard


The Nerd's Watch: The Best Sci-Fi and Fantasy Streaming in April

The Nerd’s Watch is a little more meaningful this month. With many people staying at home due to the covid-19 pandemic, we find ourselves bored and in desperate need of good shit to watch. Thankfully, io9 is here to provide you with a plethora of film and television options.Read more...
Tags: Science, Netflix, Streaming, Hulu, Amazon Studios, The Nerds Watch, Disney Plus


The Orville Is Getting New Comics to Bridge the Gap Between Seasons 2 and 3

The Orville, Seth MacFarlane’s (surprisingly) faithful Star Trek homage, is getting another series of comics by Dark Horse, this time set in the space between the show’s second and third season. Read more...
Tags: Science, Fox, Hulu, Seth Macfarlane, Dark Horse, The Orville, Orville Seth Macfarlane


Hulu's Live TV Bundle Is a Worthy Cable Alternative

Hulu has come a long way since it rolled out its live TV offering back in 2017. Its early effort was good, though not perfect. But through a flurry of acquisition deals and with additional content offerings and bundle options, Hulu + Live TV has managed to make itself one of the most attractive non-cable options for…Read more...
Tags: Science, Streaming, Hulu, Hulu Plus, Hulu Live TV, Streaming Wars, Disney Plus


The Best Streaming Service You Can Subscribe to Right Now

It seems like every week a new streaming video service enters the market, and at this point, it’s almost impossible to keep track of them all. Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Youtube, Netflix, Streaming, Hulu, VUDU, Hulu Plus, FuboTV, Criterion Channel, Streaming Wars, Disney Plus, Apple TV Plus, IMDb TV


The Cast of Alex Garland's Devs Divulge Their Character Motivations

Today, Alex Garland’s move from film into television debuts on the new “FX on Hulu.” Devs’ world is filled with people very clued into tech, science, and all its advances and the show itself sits pretty much right up against our own reality when it comes to the concepts and theories at play in the narrative. Want to…Read more...
Tags: Video, Science, Technology, Interview, Streaming, Nick Offerman, Hulu, FX, Quantum Computing, Alex Garland, Sonoya Mizuno, Alison Pill, New York Comic Con, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Zach Grenier, Karl Glusman


The Nerd's Watch: The Best Sci-Fi and Fantasy Streaming in March

You can get comprehensive lists of everything coming to streaming services anywhere. But half of those titles you don’t care about, and the other half are terrible. Where’s the good stuff? io9 is here to help.Read more...
Tags: Science, Netflix, Streaming, Hulu, Amazon Studios, The Nerds Watch, Disney Plus


8 Sci-Fi and Fantasy Books to Read (or Re-Read) Before Their Adaptations Hit the Screen

Each month we share an avalanche of new books to feed your need to read. But there are also tons of older sci-fi and fantasy books worth your time, too—including those with the added interest of television or movie adaptations on the way. Here are eight titles you should add to your read (or re-read) list; if you…Read more...
Tags: Books, Hbo, Science, Roald Dahl, Disney, Jj Abrams, Netflix, Streaming, Sci Fi, TNT, Hulu, Nk Jemisin, Bookshelf Injection, Jordan Peele, Scott Cooper, Matt Ruff


Devs Review: Alex Garland's Foray Into TV Is a Messy Trip Filled With Intriguing Concepts

Alex Garland has covered a lot of ground in his career—from authoring novels to screenwriting and directing. You might have noticed that he leans toward sci-fi; his directing debut, Ex Machina, dealt with artificial intelligence, and its follow-up, Annihilation, focused on alien life. Devs, his new television…Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Streaming, Nick Offerman, Hulu, FX, Quantum Computing, Alex Garland, Sonoya Mizuno, Devs


Alex Garland's Foray Into TV Is a Messy Trip Filled With Intriguing Concepts

Alex Garland has covered a lot of ground in his career—from authoring novels to screenwriting and directing. You might have noticed that he leans toward sci-fi; his directing debut, Ex Machina, dealt with artificial intelligence, and its follow-up, Annihilation, focused on alien life. Devs, his new television…Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Streaming, Nick Offerman, Hulu, FX, Quantum Computing, Alex Garland, Sonoya Mizuno, Devs



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