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Samsung adds 62 new pieces of artwork to Frame TV Art Store

Samsung adds 62 new pieces of artwork to Frame TV Art Store

Samsung's stylish "The Frame" TV can now display additional artwork thanks to new partnerships with The Van Gogh Museum, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, and Uffizi Galleries. Under this partnership, Samsung is able to offer The Frame TV owners access to an additional 62 pieces of artwork through the platform's Art Store.

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Sling TV adds nine new Discovery networks and more sports

Sling TV adds nine new Discovery networks and more sports

Livestreaming television service Sling TV has added another nine Discovery channels, the company has announced, as well as new sports offerings. The additions join Sling's existing channel lineup, which is split into two different packages with premium add-on offerings as extra options. The new additions have been applied to the service's base options, as well as its Extra offerings, and its Spanish language services.

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Netflix plans original animated shows based on Roald Dahl universe

Netflix plans original animated shows based on Roald Dahl universe

Netflix plans to create a batch of animated content based on Roald Dahl's stories, including Matilda, The BFG, and more. The company says it will "reimagine and extend" the stories for a global audience, targeting them at viewers of all ages. The announcement was made in conjunction with the Roald Dahl Story Company.

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Devil May Cry series announced from producer of Netflix’s Castlevania

Devil May Cry series announced from producer of Netflix’s Castlevania

For the last year, game and anime fans have been enjoying the surprise hit that is the Castlevania animated series on Netflix. In a surprise announcement on Friday, the show's executive producer, Adi Shankar, has revealed he's working on another adaptation of a video game franchise: Capcom's massively popular action series Devil May Cry.

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Cygnus ISS cargo launch will be livestreamed on NASA TV tomorrow

Cygnus ISS cargo launch will be livestreamed on NASA TV tomorrow

NASA plans to livestream Northrop Grumman's Cygnus cargo capsule launch early tomorrow morning. The launch is scheduled to take place from Virginia at around 4AM on Saturday and NASA is already prepared to broadcast it to the world. Anyone will be able to stream the live launch broadcast through NASA's Television website.

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Netflix World War 2 drama is first series created using live-action animation tech

Netflix World War 2 drama is first series created using live-action animation tech

Netflix has announced the order of a new drama series called The Liberator that is set during World War 2. The content will be created with an innovative type of animation called Trioscope Enhanced Hybrid Animation, which involves live action combined with CGI to produce a high level of fidelity and emotion, according to Netflix.

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CBS All Access ‘Interrogation’ crime series can be watched in any order

CBS All Access ‘Interrogation’ crime series can be watched in any order

CBS All Access has announced an upcoming true crime show called Interrogation that can be watched in any order. Every episode will be based on a real police interrogation; the first season will have nine episodes as well as a proper season finale. Unlike some true crime series, CBS says its upcoming show can be watched in any episode order.

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T-Mobile Mini set-top box appears at FCC ahead of TV service launch

T-Mobile Mini set-top box appears at FCC ahead of TV service launch

T-Mobile is working on a TV service that it plans to launch before the end of the year, at least based on comments it made back in January. The Uncarrier previously acquired Layer3 TV, helping position it to launch its own service, and now newly surfaced FCC documents indicate something big is underway.

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Ubisoft approves two video game live-action movie and TV adaptions

Ubisoft approves two video game live-action movie and TV adaptions

Ubisoft plans to create a movie and a live-action TV show based on two video games, according to a new report. Those games are said to be Werewolves Within, which is reportedly the subject of a movie project, and Child of Light, which Ubisoft reportedly plans to turn into a live-action television series. Scripts for both projects are being developed now.

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PS Vue adds new livestreaming sci-fi and sports channels

PS Vue adds new livestreaming sci-fi and sports channels

Sony's livestreaming television service PlayStation Vue has added new channels for sports and science fiction fans. The additions are split up into the Core and Elite packages, though some of the sports offerings are limited to the Sports Pack, which is an add-on that can be tacked to one of the channel tiers for an additional fee.

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BoJack Horseman lives on with Netflix season 6 order

BoJack Horseman lives on with Netflix season 6 order

Some older Netflix original shows are reaching their end, perhaps the most beloved being Orange is the New Black. The spat of cancellations left some wondering whether Netflix's first animated hit, BoJack Horseman, would survive and now we know the answer. The streaming company has officially ordered a sixth season for the show.

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Star Wars’ Boba Fett spinoff movie canceled in favor of Mandalorian TV series

Star Wars’ Boba Fett spinoff movie canceled in favor of Mandalorian TV series

The last few years have seen the Star Wars franchise return to the big screen with new films, including several that focus on specific characters or stories unrelated to the main trilogies. One such project that has been in the works is a standalone movie for Boba Fett, the iconic bounty hunter from the original trilogy. Unfortunately that's no longer the case, as Lucasfilm has confirmed that the Boba Fett movie has been canceled.

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