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Disney is about to gain full ownership of the Hulu streaming service, which is currently US-only. What's next for the Mouse House's streaming services?
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Based on the bestselling book of the same name, Stamped from the Beginning isn't an easy watch but it's a powerful and compelling one.
Urban Outfitters is selling restored fifth generation iPods to Gen Z – and they're selling like hotcakes.
A man and his dog disappear in Australia's Northern Territory, and then things get weird in HBO's latest true crime series.
A new leaked report says the planned 2024 AirPods Max refresh is going to be a disappointment. Is Apple treading water?
Apple TVs currently have three Apple apps for TV and movies. That's finally changing in December with an overdue streamlining of Apple's TV and movie software.
You can now subscribe to Crunchyroll Fan or Crunchyroll Mega Fan to get ad-free anime via Prime Video, thanks to a new partnership between Sony and Amazon.
Streamers are experimenting with auto-play ads when you pause programs to garner more revenue from subscribers.
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Nollywood’s first global Netflix no. 1 hit – The Black Book – is a thrilling watch that's similar to John Wick.
The new trailer gives a hint of what's to come from this expansion of Luhrmann's Australia, starring Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman.
Apple HQ appears to have a problem with The Problem With Jon Stewart – and right now, it may take the show off the air completely
Skydance Animation's movies and shows are leaving Apple and coming to Netflix, with new movies from 2024 onwards.
Netflix is making tons of money: profits are up and subscriptions are doing bigger numbers than expected. And now it'd like to make some more.
There are some seriously spooky shows on Netflix. If you like your horror to be as smart as it is scary, we think you'll love these three spectacular shows.
Netflix's Creature takes the Frankenstein story back to its roots with a focus on the darkest elements of the classic horror.
Daniel Craig is coming back as everybody's favorite gentleman detective in the third instalment of Netflix's smart smash hit, but not for a while yet.