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How Does HBO Max’s Lack of 4K HDR Compare to Other Services’ Launch Day Omissions?

If you fired up HBO Max hoping to a get a better look at Game of Thrones’ The Long Night episode in 4K HDR, you probably came away disappointed. The new streaming service, which launched earlier this week, currently tops out at 1080p across its lineup of classic shows, original content, and movies. And while […]

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Watch ‘Malcolm In The Middle’ Exclusively on IMDb TV Along with More Titles in June

Amazon’s IMDb TV is becoming the exclusive home for all episodes of the hit comedy series Malcolm in the Middle’ starting June 1. The free streamer is also adding more than 30 hit movies to its library starting June 1, including family-friendly titles like Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs and nostalgic favorites adults will love […]

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HBO Max Saw 90,000 Downloads on Day One

HBO Max launched Wednesday morning and Sensor Tower is now reporting that the app was downloaded by nearly 90,000 users through the App Store and Google Play on the first day. When compared to Disney+ which saw 4 million downloads on its first day, or Quibi with 300,000 downloads, that number may seem small. However, […]

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Watch Two New Sports Documentaries Coming to Sling TV This Week

Miss watching live sports on TV? You can get your sports fix with two new documentaries on Sling TV this week. Sling TV is an affordable way to watch Live TV with no monthly cable subscription. Imperfect: The Roy Halladay Story Friday, May 29 at 7 p.m. ET In a special edition of ESPN’s E60, […]

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Disney+ Adds Option to View Older Simpsons Episodes in Original 4:3 Format

As expected, Disney+ has released an update allowing fans of The Simpsons to view older episodes in their original 4:3 aspect ratio. Instead of merely swapping out the existing widescreen (16:9) versions, however, the update allows users to toggle between the different aspect ratios. Going over details Disney shared about the feature suggests adding this […]

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Plex Launches Co-Watching Feature for iOS, Android, and Roku

Plex announced today the launch of its Watch Together feature, designed to allow users to watch content from the Plex library or their own personal content collection, with others. With Watch Together, users can find a movie or episode they want to watch with others, invite friends through Plex, and let the platform sync the […]

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Apple is Getting Paramount’s ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ Starring DiCaprio and De Niro

Apple is making moves, and we’re watching. According to reports, the streamer has acquired rights to the highly anticipated drama Killers of the Flower Moon which will be directed by Martin Scorsese and star Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio as the lead roles. Paramount shopped the film around with Apple’s final winning bid reportedly at […]

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A New Star Wars Game Show for Kids is Coming to YouTube

The Force is strong – and fun! A trailer for the very first Star Wars game show entitled Star Wars: Jedi Temple Challenge has been released. The kids’ show, premiering in June, will feature pairs of young Jedi Knight hopefuls facing off in three rounds of trials to eventually earn their lightsabers.   Fans of the […]

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Hulu Begins Testing a Watch Party Feature

Hulu announced today that it will begin testing Hulu Watch Party, a social feature that will enable viewers to watch content virtually with others. Hulu said “At Hulu, we recognize that watching your favorite shows and movies with loved ones is vital to feeling connected. As we continue to stay-at-home, we also wanted to help […]

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Quibi Adds AirPlay Support

Quibi launched in April as a mobile-only streaming service, being promoted as a way to watch content on the go and in between daily activities. Not only did stay at home orders essentially eliminate the need for an on the go service, but users were quick to show disinterest in a service that wouldn’t allow […]

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