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With streaming services creating original content that is exclusive to their subscribers, TV viewers are needing certain devices in order to watch those series on their television. Now it appears that the need for streaming devices and smart TV’s are taking over the cable industry as a whole.
This year should be a big one for Star Trek fans everywhere. Unfortunately, while there is plenty of good Star Trek news left and right, it looks as if there is some bad news on the horizon.
Amazon Prime has already made a mark in the TV game by putting together originals. However, the company is always searching for ways to improve its service, and new reports indicate the company has a clever idea to help out its legions of users.
For years, the best way to catch your favorite programming was through your TV and a subscription to cable or satellite company. We're past that now, with streaming services popping up in full force. But is it still worth it to keep your cable box?
Before cable, viewers got to watch the battle of the Big 3 networks, and that same kind of thing is happening in the streaming world between Netflix, Amazon and Hulu. Now, Amazon is introducing a fairly revolutionary concept to separate itself from the pack.
Good things come to those who wait, especially when those who are waiting are three of the more popular personalities in the worlds of television and cars. Jeremy Clarkson and his fellow Top Gear hosts now have a new home.
We'll soon get to watch Ron Perlman play an interesting character on the Amazon drama Hand of God, and the esteemed actor thinks that this show is superior to his former drama Sons of Anarchy in several ways. Blasphemy?
Netflix is the dominant subscription video on-demand service (SVOD). This may be of no surprise, but apparently viewers are watching way more of it that we’ve ever thought. What happens after Netflix gathers up a base of 10, 20, 30 or more original series to match their huge library of licensed product?
You know things are going badly when TV network execs actually come out and address that things are going badly. It turns out quite a lot of the ads you're watching online equal zero money for networks. Find out why that is.
The time has arrived, Amazon Prime users! Today, Amazon's streaming video service has rolled out their first wave of HBO content. That includes six seasons of The Sopranos, three seasons of Deadwood and five seasons of The Wire, among other beloved HBO series, all available streaming on Amazon Prime for your viewing pleasure.
HBO series are coming to Amazon Prime. This sounds like a pretty big get for Amazon, especially considering HBO hasn't regularly made their series available through streaming video services outside of their own HBO Go. The multiyear deal will not only include a number of popular previously-aired series, but also eventually some of HBO's current series, Girls and The Newsroom included.
Last Spring, Amazon Prime secured a deal with NBCUniversal that included exclusive streaming access to Syfy's futuristic drama series Defiance, which they promised would be made available to their Streaming subscribers sometime early this year. And sure enough, Defiance has arrived!
Amazon's throwing its hat into the Set-Top Box ring by unveiling the Fire TV, a device that works like Roku or Apple TV in delivering digital content to your TV sets. At the reasonable price of $99, Fire TV is compatible with Netflix, Hulu Plus, Pandora and obviously Amazon Instant Video and Amazon Prime. And while it's compatible with Showtime's digital on demand service Showtime Anytime, it isn't compatible with HBO Go.
24 Full Series Now Available Streaming On Amazon Prime, 24: Live Another Day To Stream Later This Year
If the trailers for 24: Live Another Day have had you itching for a full-on 24 catch-up binge-watch, Amazon Prime is making it a possibility. That is, assuming you have a Prime subscription and a lot of time on your hands. Consider eight seasons, each consisting of 24 episodes. You have about a month between now and the premiere of 24: Live Another Day to make it happen.
Amazon Studios takes an interactive approach to narrowing down their pilot selection. Previously, they posted a selections of comedies and kid shows online and let viewers weigh in with their opinions. The feedback is taken into account when they make their final decisions. Amazon's doing this again for their next slate of programming, which consists of comedies, dramas and kids programs and the pilots are now available to view.