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Amazon Begins HDR Streaming for Prime Members

Amazon Begins HDR Streaming for Prime Members

Amazon has announced that it’s going to start streaming some shows in High Dynamic Range (HDR), just as it promised earlier this year. HDR basically improves image quality by enhancing shadows and highlights and brightening colors. With HDR, Amazon’s streaming video will appear more lifelike. This sounds nice, obviously, but there’s one catch to this – it’s very, very limited …

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Hulu Is Selling Discounted Showtime Subscriptions

Hulu Is Selling Discounted Showtime Subscriptions

Hulu is pulling a cable company move and offering discounted subscriptions to Showtime to its nearly nine million users. Next month, Showtime will launch its standalone streaming service (its version of HBO NOW). And just before that, Hulu will allow its users to purchase a Showtime package as an add-on to the basic Hulu service – for $9 a month. …

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Aisha Tyler Will Join “Criminal Minds” For Season 11

Aisha Tyler will be the newest member of Behavior Analysis Unit on Criminal Minds for season 11. Criminal Minds is losing both Jennifer Love Hewitt permanently and A.J. Cook for maternity leave and needed Aisha Tyler to fill those gaps. Aisha Tyler, also a star of Archer and co-host of The Talk, will be portraying Dr. Tara Lewis. Dr. Lewis …

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Here’s What’s About To Hit Netflix

Here’s What’s About To Hit Netflix

As you know, content comes and goes on Netflix. Each week, we’re bringing you a list of titles that you’ll be able to stream in the U.S. in the coming days. As always, dates are subject to change. This week’s list isn’t a very long one, but it does include a couple of Netflix originals and some things that may …

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Netflix Orders New Comedy Series from Arrested Development Creator

Netflix Orders New Comedy Series from Arrested Development Creator

Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz is signed on to executive produce a new comedy series for Netflix. No, it’s not a new season of Arrested Development – though that’s likely happening in the near future. Hurwitz is producing a 30-minute, single-camera comedy starring comedian Maria Bamford. It’s called Lady Dynamite and is “based on what Bamford has accepted to be …

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Aaron Paul’s Next TV Gig Is a New Hulu Drama

Aaron Paul’s Next TV Gig Is a New Hulu Drama

No, despite what you may have heard, Aaron Paul is not reprising his role as Jesse Pinkman in a Breaking Bad spinoff. That was just a joke. But the actor is returning to the small screen – on Hulu. Paul will star opposite Michelle Monaghan in the new Hulu drama The Way, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The show, from …

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Netflix Orders Ashton Kutcher Comedy Series

Netflix Orders Ashton Kutcher Comedy Series

Netflix has just dealt for its second multi-camera comedy series – and it’s a bit of a That ‘70s Show reunion. Netflix is finalizing a 20-episode order for The Ranch, a “sibling comedy” starring Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson. The series is coming from Two and a Half Men showrunners Don Reo and Jim Patterson. From Deadline: Written by Reo …

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Degrassi Is Heading to Netflix

Long-running high-school series Degrassi has been saved. The latest iteration of the series, Degrassi: The Next Generation, was canceled by MTV Canada and TeenNick just last week. The show’s series finale will air this summer, and it will wrap after 14 seasons. But Degrassi isn’t dead. It’s now a Netflix production. Degrassi: Next Class will hit Netflix in 2016 – …

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Seinfeld Hits Hulu on June 24

Last month, Hulu paid a fortune for the streaming rights to everyone’s favorite show about nothing, Seinfeld. Now, Hulu has finally given us a premiere date. Every single episode of the classic sitcom will be available on Hulu starting June 24. Sweet Fancy Moses, every "Seinfeld" episode is on #hulu 6/24. Get ready for #AllTheNothing: http://t.co/stFQWiSL6X. https://t.co/H1J2RdXnSf — hulu (@hulu) May …

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Here’s What’s New on Netflix This Week

As you know, content comes and goes on Netflix. Each week, we’re bringing you a list of titles that you’ll be able to stream in the U.S. in the coming days. As always, dates are subject to change. This week we have a handful of Netflix Originals, a movie about zombie beavers with a rather obvious title, and Quentin Tarantino’s …

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Amazon Is Dropping Crappy Reality Shows from Prime Instant Video

It could be because it wants to really go after Netflix in the original content game. It could be because it just thinks that type of TV sucks. Either way, Amazon has reportedly decided to ditch some reality programming. Bloomberg quotes the ubiquitous “people with knowledge on the matter” who say that Amazon is working to drop shows like Teen …

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NFL Games on Netflix? Not Anytime Soon

For many people looking to cut the cord and ditch cable, one of the last hurdles they can’t seem to clear is live sports. How will I watch the big game on Sunday without cable? Streaming services are now starting to catch up to this, and many are offering sports via streaming networks like ABC, CBS, NBC, and ESPN. But …

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