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Indie Horror Movie ‘The Wretched’ is Breaking Box Office Records

IFC Films is winning at the box office. To be fair, there aren’t many other movies out there to compete with, but IFC’s indie horror flick The Wretched is cleaning up, remaining at the top of the charts for the fifth weekend in a row. This is an achievement that hasn’t happened since 2018’s Black Panther, and the fact that a small horror flick is following in the footsteps of a Marvel blockbuster is kind of a big deal. The Wretched While many movies are sitting things out right now, IFC...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Ifc, Box Office, Warner Bros, Ifc Films, Ben, Netflix Hulu, Jeff Bock, Breaking Box Office Records, Arianna Bocco, Disney Plus, The Wretched


Netflix, Disney+ or HBO Max? The best streaming service for your watching habits

Gone are the days of not having enough time to catch up on all of those movies and TV shows you’ve been meaning to get around to. For the foreseeable future, at least, many of us have nowhere to go and nothing but time on our hands. We’ve already offered a few suggestions for ways to spend your newfound downtime, but there’s a more pragmatic question at hand. With this week’s arrival of HBO Max, an overcrowded streaming market becomes even more competitive, particularly here in the United ...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, TC, Hbo, New York, Media, Entertainment, Disney, Tech, Walmart, Apple TV, Star Trek, Netflix, Cbs, States, Pixar


HBO Max Still Doesn’t Stream in 4K HDR, is Missing Key Films in Its Catalogue

HBO Max launched this Wednesday with one of the most impressive catalogues for a new streaming service. Not only did it have the highly coveted streaming rights to Friends, it also had decades of Warner Bros. movies and TV shows to pull from. But as new subscribers scrolled through the offerings, a few gaps in the HBO Max catalogue started getting noticed. Why are all of Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings and Hobbit films there, except for The Desolation of Smaug? Why is there not a single Super...
Tags: Apple, Hbo, Movies, Disney, Justice League, Dc, Warner Bros, Hulu, Peter Jackson, Man Of Steel, Cnet, Dolby Atmos, Netflix Hulu, Christopher Reeve, Netflix/Streaming Video, DC Universe


'How many people can watch HBO Go at once?': Here's the number of devices you can connect to one account, and how it compares to HBO's competition

HBO Go allows two devices to stream shows and movies at once. You can have up to three registered devices attached to a single HBO Go account.  You can check how many devices are currently attached to your account through the Settings menu. Compared to rival streaming services, HBO Go is on par with Standard or Basic tier Netflix and Hulu subscriptions. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. HBO Go is the mobile streaming app for the premium cable network subscribe...
Tags: Hbo, Disney, Trends, Walmart, Amazon Prime, Netflix, Hbo Go, Hulu, Samsung Galaxy, Apple Samsung, Netflix Hulu, Disney Plus, HBO Go app Check, Samsung HBO


'Does Sling TV have local channels?': Here's what you need to know about Dish Network's internet TV service

Sling TV does not offer subscribers most local channels like CBS, PBS, or ABC In larger market areas like New York, Los Angeles, and Washington DC, you may be able to get Fox or NBC with your Sling TV package.  Sling TV, Dish Networks' over-the-top internet television service, offers digital television channel packages starting at $30 per month.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Sling TV is yet another option for the growing community of cord cutters, or people opting to d...
Tags: Apple, Hbo, Nbc, Abc, Los Angeles, Trends, Walmart, Fox, Washington Dc, Cbs, Hulu, Apple Samsung, New York Los Angeles, Netflix Hulu, CBS PBS, Apple Lenovo


Memphis-based WAFilms launches fund to develop content for streaming platforms

The WAFilms fund will help finance the creation of original content for streaming platforms such as Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime Video.          [Author: Memphis Commercial Appeal]
Tags: Amazon, Religion, Memphis, Netflix Hulu, Memphis Commercial Appeal, WAFilms


HBO Max is an expansion of the HBO streaming service you already use, but with a new name

On May 27, HBO launched a new streaming service named HBO Max — the company's third streaming service, after HBO Go and HBO Now. HBO Max has far more content than prior apps, including "Friends," "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," and the entire Studio Ghibli collection. That's in addition to all of HBO's original programming, from "Game of Thrones" to "The Wire." So, what is HBO Max? Do you have to pay more? Nope: HBO Max is a direct replacement for HBO Go and HBO Now. Visit Business Insider's ho...
Tags: Hbo, Trends, Hbo Go, Studio Ghibli, Hbo Now, Netflix Hulu, HBO Max, HBO HBO Max, Disney Plus Television


What's streaming on Netflix, Hulu and Amazon in June

It may not feel like it, but we are about to enter into summer.
Tags: Amazon, News, Stories, Netflix Hulu


Fraggle Rock is Coming to Apple TV+ After Apple Purchases Streaming Rights for Old Episodes and Orders Reboot

Apple has acquired exclusive streaming rights to all 96 episodes of "Fraggle Rock," and has ordered a reboot of the series, reports Vulture. Apple in April unveiled "Fraggle Rock: Rock On," a shortform show from the Jim Henson Company that featured characters from the "Fraggle Rock" series. Apple has now inked a more extensive deal that will include a formal reboot of "Fraggle Rock" with full-length episodes. The new series will feature original puppet stars like Gobo, Red, Boober, Mokey, Wemb...
Tags: Apple, Bloomberg, Matt, Jim Henson, Jim Henson Company, Netflix Hulu, Fraggle Rock, Apple TV shows, Apple TV Plus, Apple TV Shows Apple, Vulture Apple, Disney Vulture


What is Digital

You must have heard people claiming that the world is going digital. Well, have you ever wondered what is digital? Every single aspect of our lives is slowly evolving and stepping into the modern era of the digital revolution. The world is gradually becoming paperless, and every single activity is now carried out via technology, smartphones, and the internet. From necessary communication to overseas conference calls, websites, apps, television, etc. the world is run on digital advancements.Today...
Tags: Digital, Trends, Shopify, Netflix Hulu, Amazon Google Microsoft, Digital Digital, Amazon Uber Zappos Delta


Apple Buys Older Shows for TV+, Stepping Up Netflix Challenge

Apple is acquiring older movies and shows for its TV+ streaming service, aiming to build a back catalog of content that can better stack up against the huge libraries available on Netflix, Hulu and Disney+. From a report: The company's video-programming executives have taken pitches from Hollywood studios about licensing older content for TV+ and have bought some shows and movies, according to people familiar with the matter. The move represents a subtle strategy shift for Apple TV+, which launc...
Tags: Apple, Hollywood, Tech, Netflix Hulu


Bloomberg: Apple to Buy Older Shows for TV+ in Bid to Challenge Netflix

Apple is purchasing older movies and shows for its TV+ streaming service in a bid to build a back catalog of content that puts it in a better position to rival the huge libraries available on Netflix, Hulu, and Disney+, reports Bloomberg. The company’s video-programming executives have taken pitches from Hollywood studios about licensing older content for TV+ and have bought some shows and movies, according to people familiar with the matter.Apple reportedly plans to keep its television streami...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Hbo, Hollywood, Mac, Disney, Bloomberg, Netflix, Tim Cook, Rumors, Epix, Netflix Hulu, HBO Starz Showtime, Max Cook


I Wrote a Book During Quarantine. What Did You Do?

Alas, that sounds rather presumptuous and snarky, doesn’t it? Don’t worry, it isn’t. It is simply an invitation. Back to sounding presumptuous, though. I really did write a book. It is an eBook. It is short, But it is still a book. It’s my fourth book. After the first book (I’m on LinkedIn – Now What???) I swore I’d never write another book. A few months later I found a coauthor and we wrote I’m on Facebook – Now What??? A few years later I wrote 51 Alternatives to a Real Job. Before it was don...
Tags: Careers, Netflix, Hulu, Don, PAUL, Netflix Hulu, Joe Job Seeker


Scener now lets you co-watch HBO or Netflix in a ‘virtual theater’ with up to 20 people

Scener, a browser extension that allows users to co-watch Netflix — similar to the newly popular Netflix Party Chrome add-on — is expanding to support HBO NOW and HBO GO. The additions come alongside a full relaunch of Scener, which is reinventing its product for the coronavirus era as a virtual movie theater experience where up to 20 viewers can watch together over video, audio, or text chat in a dedicated sidebar. In the near future, the company says it will also roll out a “1-to-many” version...
Tags: Hbo, Media, Disney, Tech, Netflix, Hulu, Skype, Facetime, Hbo Now, RealNetworks, Netflix Hulu, WarnerMedia, Scener, Disney Hulu, HBO Max, Netflix Party Chrome


How to download shows and movies on Disney Plus for offline viewing

You can download an unlimited number of titles on the Disney Plus mobile app. For a TV show or limited series on the Disney Plus app, you also have the option to download an entire season or just a single episode to watch offline. Disney Plus downloads are kept in the "Downloads" tab located in the app's bottom menu. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Like Netflix, Hulu, and other streaming services, Disney Plus has downloading capabilities that allow you to wat...
Tags: Microsoft, Disney, Trends, Walmart, Hulu, Apple Samsung, Netflix Hulu, Pixar Marvel, Disney Plus, Samsung Disney


8 Funny And Honest Shows About Motherhood Just In Time For Mother’s Day

If you're a mom and you have Netflix, Hulu or Amazon, you should be watching these shows right now.
Tags: Amazon, News, Netflix Hulu


Bought an Apple TV 4K 32GB

I finally bought an Apple TV 4K 32GB, probably just months before they will release a new model of course. :D It took me nearly three years to talk myself into purchasing one, after all, they are rather pricey. Here is my somewhat brief review and random comments. I just got it yesterday afternoon, so I have limited experience with it so far. I do own an old Apple TV 3rd Generation which does not have the app store capability, and quite frankly it blows chunks. No comparison with the newest vers...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Books, Siri, Netflix, Ford, Chevy, Apple Devices, Hdr, Philo, Amazon Prime Video, Netflix Hulu, Rokus, Apple Home, Roku Ultra, Netflix Hulu Disney


Save over 75% on lifetime subscriptions to Rosetta Stone, VPN Unlimited, and 12min Book Summary App

Paralysis by analysis. It’s the phenomenon that happens when you’re so stuck on thinking through all the ramifications of your actions that you don’t actually take action in the first place. That can happen with all this free time you’re spending stuck inside your house. With literally every home-bound option available to you, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by your choices and just watch Dr Pimple Popper from morning til night. Resist that urge, people.  In fact, we’ve got three ways your time ind...
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Quibi is tanking on the iPhone charts after its much-hyped debut — it's now trailing Netflix, Hulu, and an ASMR slicing app

Just over a week after its debut, streaming service Quibi has rapidly fallen in the US iPhone app rankings. The app — which touts original shows with short, 10-minute episodes — raised a whopping $1.75 billion in the year leading up to its debut. Quibi has now dropped out of the top 70 in the iOS app store, according to analytics firm App Annie. The app has done better on Android, however, and holds a No. 11 ranking in the Google Play Store. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Disney, US, Trends, Jeffrey Katzenberg, App Annie, Netflix Hulu, Meg Whitman, Hulu Netflix, Quibi, Netflix Hulu Disney Plus, App Annie Quibi


Comcast's big streaming TV bet has arrived. Meet the top execs leading NBCU's Peacock, its play to challenge Netflix and rule ad-supported streaming. (CMCSA)

Comcast on Wednesday introduced its new streaming-video service, Peacock, to its broadband and video customers. The platform will be available for free with ads to many Comcast customers for the next two months, before rolling out nationally on July 15. The service was first unveiled at an investor event in January, where the key executives running Peacock came into view. The power players behind Peacock include Jeff Shell, CEO of NBCU; Matt Strauss, chairman of Peacock; Bonnie Hammer, chairma...
Tags: Verizon, Nbc, Jimmy Fallon, Trends, Netflix, Comcast, Nbcuniversal, Jurassic Park, Tokyo, Tina Fey, Parks and Recreation, Jeff Shell, Seth Meyers, Hulu, Shell, Cleopatra


Meet the 5 top execs leading NBCU's Peacock, Comcast's new bet to challenge Netflix and rule ad-supported streaming TV (CMCSA)

Comcast on Wednesday introduced its new streaming-video service, Peacock, to its broadband and video customers. The platform will be available for free with ads to many Comcast customers for the next two months, before rolling out nationally on July 15. The service was first unveiled at an investor event in January, where the key executives running Peacock came into view. The power players behind Peacock include Jeff Shell, CEO of NBCU; Matt Strauss, chairman of Peacock; Bonnie Hammer, chairma...
Tags: Verizon, Nbc, Jimmy Fallon, Trends, Netflix, Comcast, Nbcuniversal, Jurassic Park, Tokyo, Tina Fey, Parks and Recreation, Jeff Shell, Seth Meyers, Hulu, Shell, Cleopatra


Comcast will soft launch its big streaming TV bet on Wednesday. Here's an early look at Peacock, which will have NBC classics like 'Parks and Rec' and trending news. (CMCSA)

Comcast begins rolling out its big streaming TV bet, Peacock, to its customers on Wednesday. Peacock executives virtually demonstrated the platform for reporters on Tuesday. At launch, the service will open to timely "trending" programming like news and late-night segments. It will also feature programmed "channels" that will start to resemble music-streaming playlists over time, and get more personalized. Peacock will also have 15,000 hours of programming, including NBCUniversal classics like...
Tags: Amazon, Nbc, NFL, Trends, Netflix, Comcast, Premier League, Nbcuniversal, Tokyo, Parks and Recreation, Parks, Nbcu, Strauss, Peacock, Netflix Hulu, CMCSA


The One Big Reason Why Quibi Seduced All of Hollywood

The joke about Quibi is that no one needs it, knows what it is, or thinks it will work. “Meet Quibi, the Short-Form Streaming Network No One Needs Right Now,” the headline ran in Rolling Stone. “Quit trying to make Quibi happen,” said Engadget. “Type the words ‘will Quibi’ into Google,” Vulture’s Josef Adalian wrote in their requisite Quibi piece, “and the third autocomplete suggestion is short and stark: Will Quibi fail?” Skepticism about Quibi is so widespread, the company has built it into th...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Hollywood, News, Entertainment, Reese Witherspoon, Disney, Netflix, Mitt Romney, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Lebron James, Drake, Will Smith, Chrissy Teigen, Rolling Stone, Hulu


Quibi made its content screenshot-proof, but the platform could lose valuable viewers without widely shared memes of its shows

Quibi, a new mobile-only streaming platform, launched Monday featuring vertical, short-form shows and and movies. Users were quick to discover that they're unable to take screenshots of shows they're watching — if you try to, you instead get a photo of a black screen. Netflix and Hulu allow users to capture stills that can be posted on social media, but a newcomer to the streaming landscape could be at a disadvantage without the potential for clips or screenshots to be shared and turned into m...
Tags: Facebook, Disney, Trends, Netflix, Nicole Richie, Beverly Hills, Liam Hemsworth, John, Lebron James, Chrissy Teigen, Jeff Bezos, Hulu, Judy, Megan Rapinoe, Latifah, Netflix Hulu


What to Watch Tonight, April 1, 2020

It’s April 1st, which means a ton of new content has dropped on streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Disney+. The COVID-19 pandemic has also moved a lot of would-be live events to the web.Read more...
Tags: Disney, What To Watch, Lifehacks, Streaming Video, Streaming Media, Netflix Hulu


Save over 75% on lifetime subscriptions to Rosetta Stone, VPN Unlimited, and 12min Book Summary App

Paralysis by analysis. It’s the phenomenon that happens when you’re so stuck on thinking through all the ramifications of your actions that you don’t actually take action in the first place. That can happen with all this free time you’re spending stuck inside your house. With literally every home-bound option available to you, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by your choices and just watch Dr Pimple Popper from morning til night. Resist that urge, people.  In fact, we’ve got three ways your time ind...
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YouTube Limits Video Quality, Netflix Suspends Phone Customer Support Amid Coronavirus Crisis

Despite the vast majority of the world’s population being stuck inside with nothing to do but binge-watch for the foreseeable future, even streaming services are getting hit by the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. YouTube is limiting the video quality of its video streams worldwide for the next month, while Netflix, Hulu, and Roku are all scaling back customer service support. The New Standard on YouTube Polygon reports that YouTube will default all video streams to standard definition for t...
Tags: Google, Europe, Movies, Disney, Customer Service, Bloomberg, Netflix, Sony, Roku, Hulu, Netflix Hulu, Help Center, Hold Netflix, New Standard on YouTube Polygon, Polygon YouTube


In coronavirus-jolted entertainment landscape, streaming video going strong

It’s a no-brainer for the coronavirus-social-distanced, financially collapsing reality the world is living through now: streaming video on demand is the last big entertainment sector of the economy still thriving. With most people at home with little to do but watch stuff on their personal screens, services such as Netflix, Disney+ and its sister streamer Hulu, Amazon Prime Video and their smaller competitors are now vital instruments for keeping humanity sane. Or, at least, distracted and hopef...
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