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Better Call Saul season 2 debuts on UK Netflix, US Amazon

Better Call Saul season 2 debuts on UK Netflix, US Amazon

Better Call Saul, AMC's Breaking Bad spin-off, has just kicked off its second season, and now fans have another option to catch the latest episodes should they miss the original broadcast (and aren't able to save them on a DVR). The season premier is already available on streaming services in Europe and the US, although not the same one. Both Netflix and Amazon have grabbed the licensing agreements for the show, it just depends on which side of the ocean you're on.

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Motion-captured Homer Simpson to give live Q&A on TV

Motion-captured Homer Simpson to give live Q&A on TV

It's some time since The Simpsons did something truly fresh and ground breaking, but now it's breaking that streak in a big way. An upcoming episode is set to feature a live segment with Homer Simpson, where he will answer questions from fans and comment on the day's news (in order to prove the questions weren't picked in advance). How is this possible? In a "first for animation," Fox says the performance will be a combination of real-time animation and motion capture technology.

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Sony launches new 4K HDR UHD TVs with Android TV inside

Sony launches new 4K HDR UHD TVs with Android TV inside

With MWC 2016 looming over the horizon, most of our eyes are naturally set on smartphones and tablets. But the line that divides devices is steadily thinning with smartphone platforms bleeding into TVs and TV display technologies finding their way into smartphones. It seems totally appropriate, then, that Sony is kicking off the pre-sale period of its latest Android TV powered 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TVs the week before MWC, promising to deliver superb color quality and the convenience of a mobile platform on a large screen.

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NBCUniversal launches ‘Hayu’ reality TV streaming service

NBCUniversal launches ‘Hayu’ reality TV streaming service

NBCUniversal has announced a new video streaming service called 'Hayu,' and it is designed specifically for fans of reality television. The service, which will be launching in Australia, Ireland, and the United Kingdom, is a one-stop online streaming destination for NBCUniversal’s reality TV shows, including The Millionaire Matchmaker and Made in Chelsea.

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SyFy’s ‘Halcyon’ show to offer 5 VR episodes for Oculus

SyFy’s ‘Halcyon’ show to offer 5 VR episodes for Oculus

SyFy has a TV show in the works, and it will include 5 scripted episodes made specifically for virtual reality headset Oculus Rift. NBCUniversal International Network has ordered a total of 15 episodes from Canadian studio Secret Location, and will have the 10 non-VR episodes aired on SyFy channel and on the network’s website. The series, as expected given the network, is a science fiction show.

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Sling TV adds Cinemax package to channel lineup

Sling TV adds Cinemax package to channel lineup

Sling TV has announced the arrival of another add-on package, this one for Cinemax content. The new package has launched on the service today, and as with other packages can be added for a specific set monthly fee (in this case, $10/month). The channel brings with it both a lineup of movies and series on Cinemax, and joins other big networks like HBO, TCM, Sundance TV, and more.

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Archer season 7 trailer channels its inner Magnum, P.I.

Archer season 7 trailer channels its inner Magnum, P.I.

It’s that time of the year when TV shows are heading back to TV, and with it comes a slew of trailers teasing the upcoming premieres. The latest trailer to get us excited is “Archer — P.I.,” a teaser for the seventh season of Archer. As the name suggests, it comes with a stylish twist, modeling itself after the classic Magnum, P.I. intro.

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Netflix: these are the shows coming (and going) next month

Netflix: these are the shows coming (and going) next month

February is almost upon us, and with it will come a big library shuffle on Netflix. As expected, some movies and TV shows will be leaving us, and if you’ve been procrastinating, you’ve got one weekend left to watch them. As those shows leave, though, we’ll be getting new content to fill the void, including some well regarded movies and original programming like Fuller House

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‘House of Cards’ already renewed for season 5

‘House of Cards’ already renewed for season 5

House of Cards season 4 hasn't been released yet, but that hasn't stopped Netflix from proceeding with a season 5 order. The political drama will be returning with a new season in March, and has been capitalizing on the current political atmosphere in the U.S. Netflix didn't reveal any details about season 5 with its announcement, but that's just fine since we're still waiting to find out what season 4's all about. The show's creator, however, won't be returning.

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’24: Legacy’ adds Corey Hawkins as leading character

’24: Legacy’ adds Corey Hawkins as leading character

That “24” reboot we heard about a few days ago has already found its leading man, and that man is Corey Hawkins from Straight Outta Compton. “24:Legacy” is a reboot of the original show featuring Kiefer Sutherland as iconic character Jack Bauer. As we previously heard, the team behind the show was making some changes to how the series worked, and was looking for an actor who would be as dissimilar to Sutherland as possible.

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‘The Exorcist’ TV show pilot order tipped

‘The Exorcist’ TV show pilot order tipped

Surprise! Another classic movie is being rehashed into a modern television series, at least according to a new report. This time around it is The Exorcist, which, to be fair, first started out as a novel by the same name. Most people are more familiar with the movie, however, which came out in 1973 two years after the book’s publication. That movie consistently ranks as one of the top box office hits ever.

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‘Orange is the New Black’ season four arrives in June

‘Orange is the New Black’ season four arrives in June

Netflix recently released a bunch of premiere dates for shows, and among them was a little bit of information about the next season for “Orange is the New Black,” one of the service’s more popular original shows. Season 4 is the next one in the pipeline, and it will be arriving on June 17 according to a new teaser trailer Netflix released.

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