Category Archives: Digital
Lois Lane and Lex Luthor are the main characters on the new series that is set in Metropolis before Clark Kent’s arrival.
The service launched in January 2016 at a monthly rate of $3.99 and streams NBC late night, well known NBC sitcoms, and classic series such as Monty Python’s Flying Circus, in addition to creating original programming.
Just in time for the season 7 premiere of Game of Thrones, Hulu has secured a deal to stream HBO’s live and on-demand library of feature films, documentaries, sports, and specials for an additional $14.99 a month. For $9.99 a month, subscribers can add Cinemax’s line up as well.
Continuing a commitment to more original, scripted content, YouTube Red has given a series order to the drama pilot Impulse, directed and executive produced by Doug Liman. The project is the digital service’s first drama pilot and is set for a 2018 premiere.
Creator and star of YouTube’s Smosh, Anthony Padilla, gave an emotional goodbye to fans today as he announced his exit from the digital juggernaut. Padilla founded Smosh with Ian Hecox in 2006 before expanding into a brand in 2012.
Joining the wave of digital services, DC Entertainment is preparing to launch their own digital channel with Warner Bros. Television. The service will premiere the live-action Titans series and third season of Young Justice. Plus, NBC’s Powerless has been effectively canceled.
The Fam-Bam is a comedy series centered on a dysfunctional family who fall victim to a curse that leads to a musical-chairs style body swap where everyone becomes someone else and back again. The curse can only be broken once the family learns to put aside their differences and understand each other.
Netflix is packing the shortest month of the year with as much quality content as possible to keep us entertained for the next 28 days. A duo of smash hit animated comedies, a classic epic, and a timely Oscar-winning biopic are all on offer starting on the first.
Netflix is replete with a wide variety of new viewing options just when we need it. After the endless chain of shopping and holiday celebrations we’re in great need of quality entertainment to help us recover.
Toy juggernaut Hasbro is preparing to release Hanazuki: Full of Treasures, a digital webseries with daily eleven-minute episodes, targeted at tween girls. Following its premiere, Hasbro will launch an app in April and roll out toys and clothes connected to the series’ character in June.
Netflix is coming through the chimney with a big bag of quality content this holiday season. Classic comedies, thought-provoking dramas, and a blockbuster superhero smash are just some of the titles checking into the streaming giant this December.
YouTube personality Yousef Erakat (also known as FouseyTube) nabbed the audience choice award for “Entertainer of the Year” at the 6th Annual Streamy Awards which honors the best in online video and the creators behind it.
Defy Media has announced a new fall slate of 17 original series, 11 of which hail from popular YouTube team Smosh. The new Smosh shows begin this month as part of “Smoshtober.”
It’s a little surprising that Netflix doesn’t have some Halloween themed releases given that it is going to be October, however the streaming giant’s cadre of additions this month is still quite strong. With Oscar-winners, laugh-out-loud comedies, and original series this month is set to be a good one for hours and hours of streaming.
Netflix gets political with a doc and a Donald Trump spoof while stand-up specials from two comedy legends become available this month. That and more in our picks for what to watch on Netflix in August.
Powerhouse YouTube channel and brand Smosh has announced their first-ever live sketch show to debut later this summer. The show will feature 4-5 skits, a dance number, and special guests.
The fourth season of mega-hit Orange Is The New Black drops on the 17th , while an iconic blockbuster and a Best Picture winner prepare to make landfall. That and more in our picks for what to watch on Netflix in June.
YouTube and Machinima focused on Preferred Advertisers while Vice is seriously proud of their new TV channel in today’s NewFronts recap.
The second seasons of Grace and Frankie and Bloodline bloom, while the streaming giant enters the world of international programming with the French language political drama Marseille. That and more in our picks for what to watch on Netflix in May.
Netflix is greeting spring with a stellar line up of films, shows, and comedy specials to satisfy your streaming needs. From Hollywood classics such as Sunset Boulevard, outlandish docs like Dennis Rodman’s Big Bang In Pyongyang and original stand outs like Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, there’s something for everyone on Netflix this April.
In March, Netflix is releasing new seasons of seven original series, one feature film, a documentary and a stand-up special. Here’s the complete list of what’s coming to Netflix in March, with our picks for what to watch.
With a bitter chill in the air and Valentine’s Day on the way, our access to never-ending streaming content is more important than ever. Here’s the complete list of the new movies and shows coming to Netflix in February.
We’re back with another dose of what to look forward to on Netflix in June. It is set to be a big month for Netflix original programming, with the Wachowskis’ new series “Sense8” dropping on the 5th, and “Orange Is The New Black” returning for season 3 on the 12th.
We take a look at what movies and shows are hitting Netflix in May!