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YouTube TV adds a bunch of channels, but the cost is about to go up

YouTube TV adds a bunch of channels, but the cost is about to go up

Following a major leak earlier this week, Google has officially announced an expansion to its YouTube TV service. With this expansion comes several new major channels, including Adult Swim, Turner Classic Movies, and more. The expansion doesn't only cover entertainment channels, however, also adding sports content for fans, particularly those looking ahead to March Madness.

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Hulu Live TV adds 60fps support for Showtime, Adult Swim, NBC and more

Hulu Live TV adds 60fps support for Showtime, Adult Swim, NBC and more

Hulu has just introduced 60fps support on its Live TV service. The new support is in testing now and only available on a certain number of channels, though some of them are quite popular ones. According to Hulu, 60fps support has been the feature most requested by subscribers. The support will be rolling out in phases "due to the dependencies required," Hulu explained in a Reddit post.

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CBS has a terrible idea for a TV show called “25”

CBS has a terrible idea for a TV show called “25”

This week the folks at CBS were reportedly working on a TV show with Seth Rogan and Evan Goldberg that's been described as "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, but with a guy." The show will likely attempt to collect those people who love the idea of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, but need more of a male perspective. You know, instead of a woman stalking an ex-boyfriend across the country, it's a man, and he's stalking a woman.

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Hulu makes up for Super Bowl disruption with free month of service

Hulu makes up for Super Bowl disruption with free month of service

Hulu is trying to make up for an unfortunate incident that happened over the weekend: its Live TV service experienced a disruption during the end of Super Bowl LII. Impacted customers lost access to the stream in the final moments of the game, effectively ruining the event for many football fans who were, to put it mildly, not happy about the incident.

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Amazon taps Arnold Schwarzenegger for original western series Outrider

Amazon taps Arnold Schwarzenegger for original western series Outrider

Amazon has a new original series in the works, a western drama dubbed Outrider. The series will be starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, according to sources, as both a show star and as an executive producer. Schwarzenegger will be executive producing alongside Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan executive producer Mace Neufeld, Trey Callaway, and Mark Montgomery.

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YouTube TV Apple TV download ready to roll

YouTube TV Apple TV download ready to roll

Late last year, Google revealed that it was working on Roku and Apple TV apps for YouTube TV, and that we'd have them sometime in spring 2018. This was a long-awaited move for YouTube TV, as it meant that many people would be able to stream their service to their TV using hardware many of us already own. It seems that Google had both of these apps ready to go far earlier than anticipated, as yesterday it at last launched the Roku app many YouTube TV users have been waiting for.

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Game of Thrones season 8 to premiere in April 2019

Game of Thrones season 8 to premiere in April 2019

Fans of HBO's hit series Game of Thrones are no stranger to long waits between seasons, and it's been known for some time that the wait for the show's eighth and final season would be especially long. But things were made even worse when it was announced earlier this month that Game of Thrones would be returning until sometime in 2019. Fortunately Maisie Williams, the actress who plays Arya Stark, has narrowed down that window to something a bit more specific.

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Fire TV update brings Single Sign-On support for cable apps

Fire TV update brings Single Sign-On support for cable apps

The Fire TV is popular with cord-cutters, but many users still pay for a live television service. With that live TV service -- whether cable, satellite, or OTT -- comes the option of authenticating cable apps that provide users with on-demand and, in some cases, livestreaming access to content. Actually authenticating those apps, though, is a long, annoying process.

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2018 Winter Olympic Games Preview launches on Netflix: It’ll disappear on Feb 25

2018 Winter Olympic Games Preview launches on Netflix: It’ll disappear on Feb 25

NBC has launched a pair of preview shows for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games, and they're both available to stream on Netflix starting today. The Games preview is listed as a single show on Netflix comprised of two episodes, each its own half-hour preview of the games. The first episode, called "Go for the Gold," profiles some US Olympians, while the other episode, "Meet Team USA," talks to some athletes who are part of Team USA.

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The Walking Dead renewed for season nine on AMC

The Walking Dead renewed for season nine on AMC

In what should come as little surprise, TV network AMC announced this weekend that its hit zombie apocalypse show, The Walking Dead, will be returning for a ninth season this fall. The news comes with an interesting shakeup behind the camera as well, as Scott M. Gimple, TWD's showrunner since season four, is being replaced by writer and co-executive producer Angela Kang.

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John Wick spin-off TV series coming to Starz

John Wick spin-off TV series coming to Starz

Fans of the John Wick movies are in for a nice surprise: the rumored spin-off TV series has been given the greenlight for development, and will be coming to Starz at some point in the future. Titled The Continental, the series will be set in the same world of the John Wick movies but won't star Keanu Reeves as Wick, the assassin out for revenge for his murdered dog. Instead, the show will focus on the Continental, the hotel where films' assassins hang out, and its stories.

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George Clooney’s Catch-22 miniseries tipped as Hulu exclusive

George Clooney’s Catch-22 miniseries tipped as Hulu exclusive

Hulu is planning to add to its original content roster with a new "Catch-22" miniseries. The series will only be comprised of half a dozen episodes, however it has backing in the form of George Clooney, who is serving as director, executive producer, and series star. The miniseries is being created by Paramount Television and Anonymous Content, and reportedly is the subject of a new deal that will bring it to Hulu.

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