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Weíre not sure if youíve heard this, but a lot of people watch TV shows online. I know, right? Well, if there arenít enough on-demand and over-the-top services available to you now, get ready, because there may be another not too far away, even if it is one thatís already in the game.
Amazon is good for a lot of things, from offering up top quality scripted programming to delivering just about anything you could (legally) want in the world. Theyíre also getting pretty good at squashing the competition, as there are a few notable things that Amazon will not be delivering to people anymore.
Itís only been about a week since we first heard about a potential Jack Ryan TV series. It was a high demand property that led to a bidding war among different outlets. It now appears that the dust has settled in the battle over Tom Clancyís most famous creation.
In the wake of the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards that were a huge triumph for the website, Amazon is celebrating by temporarily dropping the price of Prime membership by a bunch of dollars to entice new subscribers to join up
Fans of online video streaming will discover that Amazon Prime recently upped the ante with a move that has made the service a whole lot sexier. Amazon Prime has released all six seasons of the phenomenally popular HBO series Sex and the City.
With hiatuses for network television series finally coming to an end after the summer drought, viewers everywhere are ready to glue themselves back to their screens. The trailer for Amazonís new half-hour comedy Red Oaks has hit the web, and it looks pretty great. Check it out!
However, now Clarkson and his co-hosts James May and Richard Hammond are headed to Amazon, and Hammond says the firing has ultimately turned into a good thing for the trio.
Amazon made a huge announcement recently by saying theyíre letting Prime subscribers download TV episodes and movies for offline viewing. Will Netflix now feel pressured to follow in those footsteps? Not at all, and the reasoning behind it is kind of insulting.
But while many assumed that Jeremy Clarkson's post-Top Gear series might end up at Netflix, he and his co-hosts headed over to Amazon for an enormous price. And Netflix isnít upset about that in the least, and the company has a solid reason for not diving into the bidding war headfirst.†
In the modern television world viewers have many choices as far as where they go for their TV. The same holds true for the shows themselves Sneaky Pete the new idea by Bryan Cranston and David Shore got passed over by the networks, but the pilot just got the greenlight to go to series.
As the greatest Star Trek movie that has ever existed that isnít actually a Star Trek movie, the 1999 sci-fi comedy Galaxy Quest has built up a huge cult following over the years that has often been rabid about seeing more. And now we're getting it.
Billy Bob Thornton has already signed on to headline the series and William Hurt and Olivia Thirlby have already been cast. On Thursday, two other big names have also been signed on for roles in The Trial.
Weíve all known that the Titanic of cable companies was going to be crashing into the iceberg of streaming services soon enough, but it looks like there are some pretty huge cracks forming already. The same can't be said for streaming services, though.
Holy guacamole! We knew the former Top Gear trio of Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond were a pretty hot property when they left the BBC, but I donít think anyone realized how big of a budget they could commandeer.
Have you ever been in the middle of a thought and then someone next to you commandeers that line of thinking by bringing up sex toys? Itís not something that happens in my life very often, but the same canít be said for this local news anchor.