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Netflix gets exclusive rights to Pokémon Journeys season 23 in US

Netflix gets exclusive rights to Pokémon Journeys season 23 in US

Netflix has scored the exclusive rights to the upcoming season of Pokemon Journeys in the United States, the Pokémon Company has announced. The anime is returning for its 23rd season, bringing back maintain character Ash Ketchum and Pikachu, as well as new characters and more. The new season will arrive with an initial 12 episodes in June, followed by additional episode drops in coming months.

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Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian trailer – is this like Apocalypse Now?

Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian trailer – is this like Apocalypse Now?

Today the folks at Disney+ revealed some key art and a trailer for their upcoming documentary series for The Mandalorian. They've called this documentary Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian, and it's a whopping 8 episodes in length. As Abed Nadir noted in Community, sometimes the documentary about the making of a production ends up being better than the production itself - have you ever seen Heart of Darkness?

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Star Wars Disney+ series leaks with Leslye Headland as showrunner

Star Wars Disney+ series leaks with Leslye Headland as showrunner

Disney has yet another Star Wars original TV show in the pipeline, according to a new report. The series is reportedly coming from creator Leslye Headland, the co-creator and showrunner of Netflix original series Russian Doll. Though Disney doesn't have much to say about its new show, sources have surfaced to drop some details.

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Scoob! animated movie will skip theaters and go straight to digital

Scoob! animated movie will skip theaters and go straight to digital

The animated movie Scoob! is the latest to skip a planned theatrical release; it'll be made available directly on digital next month, the same month it was originally scheduled to debut in cinemas. The digital release will take place in the US and Canada, making Scoob! one of the biggest movies to entirely skip a theatrical release.

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HBO Max launch date finally confirmed

HBO Max launch date finally confirmed

For the better part of a year now, Warner Media - the parent company of HBO - has been touting a new streaming service called HBO Max. Meant to be something of a beefed up HBO Now, the new streaming service will look more like Netflix or Hulu when it arrives. In addition to being the new home for all of HBO's content, it'll also feature TV shows from other studios, original programming, and some of Warner Bros's films.

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The Batman movie bumped to late 2021 over pandemic delays

The Batman movie bumped to late 2021 over pandemic delays

The latest installment in DC's Batman movie franchise has had its theatrical premiere date bumped to late 2021 over delays caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The theatrical film is simply titled The Batman and it stars Robert Pattison in its lead role as Bruce Wayne. The team behind the movie managed to shoot around one-quarter of the footage before production was paused.

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HBO Max plans original ‘Hot Dog’ reality show about dogs

HBO Max plans original ‘Hot Dog’ reality show about dogs

WarnerMedia's upcoming streaming service HBO Max will be home to an original series that focuses on dog grooming, one that may be called 'Hot Dog' when it premieres on the service. The company has tapped a number of shows and movies as originals for its platform, though it has largely focused on scripted content for the platform. The company greenlit a first season that will feature 12 episodes.

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San Diego Comic-Con 2020 canned over coronavirus pandemic

San Diego Comic-Con 2020 canned over coronavirus pandemic

The coronavirus pandmemic has already claimed a large number of 2020's major events and trade shows, and today it claimed one more. The organizers of the San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) have announced that the show has been cancelled. Originally, SDCC was slated to take place from July 23rd to the 26th at the San Diego Convention Center.

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Artemis Fowl Disney+ exclusive premiere date is now official

Artemis Fowl Disney+ exclusive premiere date is now official

Video streaming has always been a force to reckon with but so far it has conveniently stayed out of the theater industry's way. Films would become available digitally only after cinemas have profited from them, sometimes even a year after the movie premiered. Thanks to COVID-19, however, things are changing a bit and Disney may be dealing the ailing theater market a heavy blow now that it will be official premiering Artemis Fowl only on Disney+ next month.

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HBO Max reveals three original shows from JJ Abrams’ Bad Robot

HBO Max reveals three original shows from JJ Abrams’ Bad Robot

Following WarnerMedia's deal with JJ Abrams' production company in September 2019, HBO Max has revealed three original shows that it will offer from Bad Robot. The three dramas are the first shows to be made under the WarnerMedia deal; they'll include DC Justice League Dark, Overlook, and Duster. Abrams will serve as the executive producer on all three shows and Warner Bros. International Television Distribution will distribute them.

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Netflix teases Kimmy Schmidt interactive movie with multiple endings

Netflix teases Kimmy Schmidt interactive movie with multiple endings

Netflix plans to release another interactive movie made for adults, this one involving its Kimmy Schmidt original character. The company offered the first look at this upcoming special, as well as the date it will premiere on the streaming service. As with the previously released Bandersnatch special, the upcoming movie Kimmy vs. The Reverend will feature multiple different endings.

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Sports could return this year: Streaming without fans

Sports could return this year: Streaming without fans

As the major sports of summer are effectively cancelled and the world sits at home, quarantined from their fellow citizens, one wonders... will televised sports ever return? According to Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), it's entirely possible - with a key disclaimer. Speaking with Peter Hamby, host of Good Luck America, Dr. Fauci suggested that team sports, televised sports, and the like, could return without fans.

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