Apple gave a straight-to-series order of a show starring Jennifer Garner, and produced by J.J. Abrams called My Glory Was I Had Such Friends.
Plenty of pirated content is available on the platform, and some accounts are asking for donations.
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This week’s iTunes movie deals include Disney Movies and a Harry Potter bundle featuring all eight films, as well as other movie deals.
The company wants to experiment with a fourth subscription tier in an effort to increase its user base.
There are also non-horror bundles on sale as well, like Lord of the Rings, a bunch of Dreamworks movies, Batman, Twilight, etc.
PlayStation Vue recently added support for Apple’s TV app on iOS, as well as the fourth and fifth generation Apple TVs.
Andrew shares his opinion of children’s content on YouTube.
The company announced today that students on this plan get Showtime, and the cost is still US$4.99/month.
If you’re on a binging spree, you could start seeing ads for other Netflix content in between episodes.
Roku is bringing its free TV service—The Roku Channel—to the web and select Samsung smart TVs. It’s an ad-supported service that will offer movies and TV shows. In addition Roku is updating the navigation on its devices to include a new featured called Featured Free. It will point people to free content from The Roku Channel, and other apps too like ABC, The CW, CW Seed, Fox, Freeform, Pluto TV, Sony Crackle, Tubi and more. The Roku Channel first launched last year in September. Movies include those from Lionsgate, MGM, Paramount, Sony Pictures Entertainment, and Warner Brothers. Other partners include American Classics, FilmRise, Nosey, OVGuide, Popcornflix, Vidmark and YuYu.
Later this year the carrier plans to launch 5G in Los Angeles and Sacramento.
Bryan Chaffin argues that a streaming service without original content is no competition for Netflix, Amazon, or any of the other services.
DC is joining the exclusive streaming subscription game with its just announced DC Universe. The service is launching as a beta soon, and will be available on Apple TV and iOS.
Apple will be picking up the Little America immigrant anthology series from the writers of The Big Sick. Each episode will be a half-hour.
Yesterday Apple announced it ordered multiple live-action and animated series from producer Sesame Workshop
Amazon has over 100 million Prime subscribers, which means now we know how big a competitor the company really is in the streaming video and music market.
Kelly Guimont and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to talk about what it took to get 4K Dolby Vision working with John’s Apple TV and entertainment center, plus they look at the confusing options for streaming HD and 4K content.
Whether you want movies, TV shows or even live TV, these apps have you covered.
Amazon Prime Video is the most downloaded Apple TV app ever, and it took only seven days to take that top spot.