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‘Selfie’ Has Been Canceled by ABC

Did you like ABC’s new sitcom with the rather unfortunate title, Selfie? Some people did. I can’t say whether or not I liked it, as I never tuned in. Either way, it’s gone. Deadline reports that ABC has canceled the show. As you might expect to hear, the ratings just weren’t there, though it did perform better that the other …

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Best Streaming TV For New On-Demand Age

The best streaming TV is out there, waiting to be explored by those who are ready to finally cut the cable company loose. Major networks like HBO, CBS, and even Showtime have begun offering stand-alone streaming TV, and others are sure to follow. The times when we thought the only choices we had were which cable bundle we would spend …

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Amazon’s New Live-Action Kids Shows Debuts Nov 21

Amazon’s newest live-action kids series, Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street, will land on Amazon Prime Instant Video on November 21. The series follows Gortimer, “a kid fiercely loyal to his best friends and family, as he embarks with Ranger and Mel on magical exploits triggered by their thirst for adventure.” According to Amazon Studios, “the upcoming season will bring …

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Alpha House Season 2 Now Available

As promised, Doonesbury creator Gary Trudeau’s comedy Alpha House‘s second season is now available in its entirety The Amazon original series stars John Goodman, Mark Consuelos, Clark Johnson, and Matt Malloy. Alpha House was the first original series from Amazon Studios – premiering last April. “Delivering hilarious insider insights from the master of political satire, the new season of Alpha …

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Bloodline: Netflix’s New Series Finally Gets a Title, Teaser Trailer

Back in October of 2013, Netflix announced a new drama from the creators of Damages. Now, just over a year later, its title has finally been revealed. It’s called Bloodline, and it’ll debut on Netflix in March of 2015. Netflix describes Bloodline as a “psychological thriller” that “explores the wounds and emotional demons that lie at the core of a …

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Netflix Taps Bill Burr for New Animated Series

Netflix knows you love Bill Burr, so it’s giving the abrasively funny comedian yet another original content deal. First it was a new standup special, and now it’s an animated series. Netflix has announced that Bill Burr will star in a six-episode animated show called F is for Family. The show, which is based on Burr’s comedy, will also feature …

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CBS, Like HBO, Is Also Cutting the Cord with New Streaming Service

Not to be outdone by HBO and their theoretical cable-free content platform, CBS has announced a new subscription service that lets users watch the network’s programming both live and on-demand. It’s called CBS All Access, and it’s launching today on desktop, iOS, and Android. For $5.99 a month, users can watch full current seasons of 15 primetime shows (with new …

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Seth Rogen Confronts “Freaks And Geeks” Executioner

Seth Rogen was just minding his business on the set of Saturday Night Live. He was there to support his friend Bill Hader. What happened next can only be described as fate coming full circle. Seth Rogen heard someone mention the name of the man who gave the ax to the cult hit show Freaks and Geeks. Freaks and Geeks …

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Are You Afraid of the Dark Is on YouTube, Now Go Relive Your Childhood

In this is why you love the internet news, some wonderful, wonderful redditor discovered that every single episode of the nostalgia-inducing horror series Are You Afraid of the Dark? is available to watch on YouTube. Culled from various YouTube accounts, here’s the list of all 65 episodes, and their links. And here’s an auto-generated playlist. Are You Afraid of the …

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Amazon Is Ready to Spend Big Bucks on Originals

Amazon is apparently looking to throw the checkbook at promising new shows – and the company is focusing on comedy. That’s the word from Variety, who quotes the ubiquitous sources familiar with the matter. According to the report, Amazon Studios (Amazon’s original content producing wing) is ready to shell out anywhere from $2 million to $4 million for a “larger …

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Hulu Plus Might Have Fewer Ads in the Future

In that’s probably a good idea news, Hulu is considering chilling out a little bit when it comes to ads on Hulu Plus. Any subscriber (or former subscriber) of Hulu Plus knows the soul-crushing despair that comes with paying $7.99 a month for a service and still having to sit through ads. It’s a terrible pain in the ass. For …

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Transparent Season Two Gets the Go-ahead As Amazon Touts Record Viewing

Have you watched Amazon’s newest original series Transparent? According to Amazon, a lot of people have. The show, a half-hour “novelistic” series that explores the lives of a family and its transgender patriarch (played by Jeffrey Tambor), debuted last week and since then, it’s been the number one series on all of Amazon Prime Instant Video. Amazon says it’s “record …

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