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Netflix reveals ‘Big Mouth’ animated spinoff at New York Comic Con

Netflix reveals ‘Big Mouth’ animated spinoff at New York Comic Con

Netflix has announced plans to launch a spinoff of its original adult animated sitcom Big Mouth. The new series will be called Human Resources and it'll focus specifically on the monsters we see in the primary show. The company announced its plan at the New York Comic Con alongside a short teaser trailer giving us a brief look at the monsters' world.

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‘Star Trek: Picard’ update: When it’ll arrive and how to watch it

‘Star Trek: Picard’ update: When it’ll arrive and how to watch it

In 2018, CBS revealed that it would release another Star Trek series at some point in the future that features Sir Patrick Stewart as Captain Jean-Luc Picard. Few details about the show were provided at the time, but that changed earlier this year with a teaser image and an official name for the series: Star Trek: Picard. Now the company is back with details on when you'll be able to watch it.

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Official 3D-scanned Mandalorian replica helmets will cost $650

Official 3D-scanned Mandalorian replica helmets will cost $650

Today the folks at Anovos announced that they've begun production on a officially licensed life-sized replica helmet from "Star Wars The Mandalorian". This is the same helmet that the main character wears in the first live-action Star Wars show, the show that'll debut on the first Disney streaming service, Disney+ (Disney Plus, if you like). Before the show is even shown, the folks at Anovos are making a $650 helmet for the super fans.

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Hulu is rolling out an updated UI that improves accessibility

Hulu is rolling out an updated UI that improves accessibility

Hulu has updated its user interface with adjusted elements that make it easier to read menus, increasing accessibility for users who may have struggled with the app's previous design. This is the latest update from Hulu targeting the platform's accessibility, something the company made the focus of its hackathon for employees earlier this year.

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Disney+ may not support Fire TV when it launches next month

Disney+ may not support Fire TV when it launches next month

Last month, Disney announced the list of devices that will support its Disney+ streaming service when it launches next month. As we noted at the time, Amazon's Fire TV was notably absent from the list, which covers just about every other major platform on the market, including everything from mobile and desktop to Chromecast and gaming consoles. According to a new leak, the absence may hint at a dispute taking place behind closed doors.

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Netflix’s ‘6 Underground’ trailer brings Ryan Reynolds and explosions

Netflix’s ‘6 Underground’ trailer brings Ryan Reynolds and explosions

Netflix has released the trailer for 6 Underground, an original movie from Michael Bay that stars Ryan Reynolds of Deadpool fame. Anyone familiar with Michael Bay movies will recognize the filmmaker's style, including a mixture of dramatic music punctuating narrative that is interspersed between explosions and clips of action. We now know when the movie will be available to stream on the platform.

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Xbox Game Pass Ultimate adds six months of Spotify Premium

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate adds six months of Spotify Premium

If you own an Xbox or a gaming PC, Xbox Game Pass is a pretty decent way to play games without having to buy each one individually. Microsoft, for its part, has been promoting Game Pass at every opportunity, and now it's decided to sweeten the pot a little more. New subscribers to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate will also be able to get Spotify Premium as a bonus, but as always, there are some things to be aware of before signing up.

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TiVo EDGE wants to put all of your content in one place

TiVo EDGE wants to put all of your content in one place

TiVo today announced a new all-in-one set-top box that's looking to simplify the process of searching for content and discovering new stuff to watch. Dubbed the TiVo EDGE, one of the main selling points of this box is that it aggregates content across a variety of distribution platforms. So, if you're subscribed to multiple streaming services - or you're subscribed to something like Netflix alongside cable - the EDGE claims to make your life easier by putting all of your content in one place.

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Sony cuts PlayStation Now price, adds God of War, GTA 5, and more

Sony cuts PlayStation Now price, adds God of War, GTA 5, and more

Sony's PlayStation Now service has been around for a number of years, but for a lot of gamers, the asking price could be a bit difficult to stomach. Up until today, the going rate for a PlayStation Now subscription was $19.99 per month - certainly not chump change. Today, however, Sony is changing all of that, cutting the cost of PlayStation Now so that it better aligns with other "entertainment streaming services on the market."

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Stranger Things season 4 confirmed: ‘We’re not in Hawkins anymore’

Stranger Things season 4 confirmed: ‘We’re not in Hawkins anymore’

As expected, Netflix has renewed its hit original Stranger Things for a fourth season, dropping the news with a brief teaser. The company is hinting at a big change in the series, one that will involve leaving the fictional city of Hawkins, Indiana. In its announcement today, Netflix said showrunners The Duffer Brothers will return for the upcoming season under a multi-year deal that'll include a movie.

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YouTube TV finally arrives on Amazon Fire TV

YouTube TV finally arrives on Amazon Fire TV

YouTube TV is getting a pretty major expansion today, as it's coming to a wide array of Amazon Fire TV devices. With the regular NFL season in the midst of its 4th week and both the NBA and NHL regular seasons about to begin, this is a big move for YouTube TV, as Amazon's Fire TV devices are some of the more popular streaming devices around.

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Disney’s latest deal will keep ESPN on Sony’s PlayStation Vue service

Disney’s latest deal will keep ESPN on Sony’s PlayStation Vue service

Disney has expanded upon its previous deal with Sony, ensuring its ESPN networks, as well as National Geographic and more, will remain available on the OTT television service PlayStation Vue. Sports fans can expect continued access to a number of networks, including SEC Network, ESPN, ESPN College Extra, ACC Network, and much more. Disney refers to this as a 'comprehensive distribution agreement.'

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