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Community show reunion episode live today at 2PM

Community show reunion episode live today at 2PM

The release of the Community TV show virtual table read will be released at 2PM PDT today. Below we've got the details on this episode of sorts, including details on how the premiere will go down. The full live event for this #stayhome #withme will be broadcast on an embedded YouTube, which can also be seen, here, below, in this article.

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Percy Jackson author confirms Disney Plus series in the works

Percy Jackson author confirms Disney Plus series in the works

Disney plans to turn the children's book series Percy Jackson and the Olympians into a Disney Plus series, author Rick Riordan has confirmed on Twitter. The project will build upon the movie released in 2013; though the series was never a big theatrical hit, it may find more success as a streaming TV show. According to Riordan, the show's first season will be based on the book "The Lightning Thief."

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HBO taps Scener for co-viewing with friends using Chrome browser

HBO taps Scener for co-viewing with friends using Chrome browser

HBO is making it easier for friends and family members to watch the same streaming content at the same time from different locations. Under a new deal with startup Scener, HBO users can co-watch content in the HBO Go and HBO Now apps using an extension and the Google Chrome browser. Unfortunately, the companies are remaining quiet about how HBO Max factors into this deal.

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Google Meet now free for anyone with an email address

Google Meet now free for anyone with an email address

After fighting over the team and office chat space, the next arena has quickly become video conferencing. Although Zoom unfortunately still seems to be the buzzword, others have risen up to take advantage of its ongoing privacy and security scandals. Google is now taking the biggest bite out of that Zoom pie by announcing that anyone can now use its own Google Meet video conferencing service absolutely free and you can use any email account, not just Gmail.

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San Diego Comic-Con 2020 digital event planned, but questions remain

San Diego Comic-Con 2020 digital event planned, but questions remain

In mid-April, it was officially announced that San Diego Comic-Con 2020 had been canceled over the coronavirus pandemic. As with many other big events planned for this year, the team decided to skip the event due to lockdown restrictions, an uncertain future, and the risks of people gathering together in large crowds. Here to replace the event will be an at-home show.

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HBO Max taps Crunchyroll to offer top anime shows at launch

HBO Max taps Crunchyroll to offer top anime shows at launch

WarnerMedia has announced that it will offer a number of Crunchyroll anime shows when its HBO Max streaming service launches later this month. Fans can expect a total of 17 anime titles starting on May 27, according to WarnerMedia, including well-known shows, director's cuts, and more. On top of this, HBO Max subscribers will also get access to part of Crunchyroll's catalog.

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Alamo Drafthouse launches on-demand platform with curated movies

Alamo Drafthouse launches on-demand platform with curated movies

As theaters around the US remain closed, Alamo Drafthouse has announced a new product that is available in your living room: Alamo On Demand. The new digital platform enables anyone to rent and buy digital movies, something they could already do on other platforms. There are some unique aspects to Alamo On Demand, however, including the curated nature of the catalog.

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Twitch’s redesigned channel pages finally arrive: Here’s what’s new

Twitch’s redesigned channel pages finally arrive: Here’s what’s new

Following its initial announcement about the plan, Twitch has unveiled its new design for channel pages, introducing a customizable home where streamers can 'show the world who they are.' The company is rolling out the new design as of today, May 6, though Twitch says it has already been available to streamers for around a month so they could prepare ahead of the public launch.

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Zoom backgrounds for video calls: The top 5 searches of Spring 2020

Zoom backgrounds for video calls: The top 5 searches of Spring 2020

Today we're taking a peek at the top 5 Zoom Background searches of the Spring of 2020, starting in April and moving on into May. That includes Easter, birthdays, and some results that weren't exactly safe for work - so we're going to focus on what's more likely to stick around for the long haul. This list includes mostly backgrounds from mockumentary-style television shows - who could have guessed?

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Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee may be officially over

Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee may be officially over

The creator and host of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, Jerry Seinfeld, has indicated that the series may be officially over. The comedy show launched in 2012 and has streamed for 11 seasons, making it longer than Seinfeld's massively popular '90s sitcom. When asked about Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, Seinfeld said that there currently aren't any plans and that may not change.

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How Megan Thee Stallion Savage Remix with Beyonce is #1 on YouTube with a horse

How Megan Thee Stallion Savage Remix with Beyonce is #1 on YouTube with a horse

Over the past few hours, musical artist Megan Thee Stallion's Savage Remix (featuring Beyonce) shot up to the top of the YouTube charts with an audio track. There's a video... so to speak, but it's largely an audio situation. So what's going on here? How is the top "video" on YouTube not actually much of a video at all? Or is the simplicity of the presentation also its core strength?

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Quarantine streaming hours might be why your internet’s slow right now

Quarantine streaming hours might be why your internet’s slow right now

We're here at the end of the month in April of 2020, and our internet is going pretty slow. It's a real issue, and it's a bummer, especially now that we're all stuck at home, using the internet almost constantly. Why is our data going slow now, here at the end of the month? Could it be because we're streaming a LOT of media every single day, and our internet provider starts throttling our data speed after we've used a given amount of data for the month? If what Nielson's suggested about the average Netflix use during quarantine in 2020 vs 2019, yes, that's a definite possibility.

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