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Netflix orders horror anthology series original from Guillermo del Toro

Netflix orders horror anthology series original from Guillermo del Toro

Guillermo del Toro, the director and writer behind The Shape of Water and other notable movies, will be creating an anthology horror show for Netflix. This isn't del Toro's first time working with the streaming company, but does underscore an expanded presence with the company, where his DreamWorks Trollhunters show won an Emmy. The upcoming anthology will be called Guillermo del Toro Presents 10 After Midnight.

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Syfy cancels The Expanse, but the show may live on

Syfy cancels The Expanse, but the show may live on

Syfy, the network notorious for cheesy but fun movies, has canceled its science fiction hit The Expanse. It's a surprising blow to fans who have fallen in love with the futuristic drama, which itself has earned ample praise as one of the best sci-fi shows currently on TV. This season will wrap up and mark the end to The Expanse's life on Syfy, but the series may live on.

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Rick and Morty renewed for another 70 episodes on Adult Swim

Rick and Morty renewed for another 70 episodes on Adult Swim

Rick and Morty, the hit adult animation with an obnoxious fanbase, will be returning to Adult Swim with another 70 episodes. The renewal was announced by series co-creator Justin Roiland, who revealed the network's order on Twitter. That's a huge success for the series; it's more than double the current number of episodes.

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Hulu Live TV guide arrives on Nintendo Switch, Apple TV, more

Hulu Live TV guide arrives on Nintendo Switch, Apple TV, more

In the year since Hulu Live TV launched, we've slowly been seeing Hulu expand the service to more devices and flesh it out with additional features. Though Hulu Live TV probably could have used a little more time in the oven before release, these days it's shaping up to be a fairly solid service. It's getting better today with the introduction of a new guide, which is going live on a number of device.

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Why LG TV’s Google Assistant in 2018 is a big deal

Why LG TV’s Google Assistant in 2018 is a big deal

A bunch of new LG ThinQ TVs were announced this week at Google IO 2018. This isn't the first we've heard of this connection - it's just that now, it's for realz. It's a strange thing, announcing once back at CES 2018 that LG and Google had plans to do this, then again, now, when Google and LG confirmed that, yes, they are indeed going to push that Google Assistant to the LG TVs that are otherwise branded LG OLED TV AI ThinQ.

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TCL 4K HDR Roku 2018 TVs are suspiciously cheap

TCL 4K HDR Roku 2018 TVs are suspiciously cheap

TCL makes TVs that are inexpensive and smart, working with Roku TV tech inside. Today we're taking a peek at the prices of the 2018 collection of Roku TV-embedded TCL televisions. Two different models are out on pre-order right this minute - but you might just want to wait until they're in stores before you actually drop some cash.

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Netflix orders animated Fast & Furious series from DreamWorks

Netflix orders animated Fast & Furious series from DreamWorks

Netflix has teamed with DreamWorks to announce an animated series based on the Fast & Furious movie franchise. The animated series is Netflix's latest involvement with DreamWorks, which has offered a variety of content on the streaming platform for years. The new Fast & Furious show "will capture the action, heart, humor and global appeal of the feature films," according to Netflix.

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Sharp’s 8K TV looks incredible (and is incredibly expensive)

Sharp’s 8K TV looks incredible (and is incredibly expensive)

Sharp certainly knows how to make a beautiful 8K television, but it'll cost you to put one on your wall. The Sharp AQUOS 8K TV - otherwise known by its catchy LV-70X500E name - packs a heady 33.2 million pixels, courtesy of its whopping 7680 x 4320 resolution.

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Which phones let me control any TV in 2018?

Which phones let me control any TV in 2018?

A wide variety of smartphones have the ability to control your television - or almost any other TV you can see. Since the dawn of the mobile smart device, we've been looking for ways to turn it into things we had in the past. A flashlight, a boombox, a phone, and a remote control that'd allow channels to be changed, volume to be adjusted, and power to be turned on or off.

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Hulu slashes HBO add-on cost, but the discount won’t last

Hulu slashes HBO add-on cost, but the discount won’t last

Want to watch the next season of Westworld but don't want to pay premium for an HBO subscription? If so, Hulu's latest deal will no doubt be appealing. For a short time, the streaming service is offering its customers HBO as an add-on service for about one-third its normal monthly rate, making it about the same price as a fancy coffee. The slashed rate is temporary, though.

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Vizio 2018 4K HDR TVs: 5 things to know

Vizio 2018 4K HDR TVs: 5 things to know

Vizio revealed its 2018 television lineup today, and there's a lot to be excited about. Among the new series' are smart TVs packing Amazon's Alexa assistant and Google's casting technology, but that's only the tip of the iceberg. Here are five things you should know about Vizio's new television lineup if you're considering buying one for yourself.

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Hulu Live TV gets LG webOS, Samsung Tizen smart TV support

Hulu Live TV gets LG webOS, Samsung Tizen smart TV support

Hulu has expanded device support for its new app, the one containing access to both its on-demand content and its live television channels. The app started arriving several months ago for other platforms and is now available for all of the most commonly used streaming devices. This time around, the company has launched Live TV support for certain LG smart TVs, eliminating the need to use a separate streaming stick or set-top box.

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