Entertainment

Netflix’s canceled Tuca & Bertie animation revived by Adult Swim

Netflix’s canceled Tuca & Bertie animation revived by Adult Swim

In July 2019, it was revealed that Netflix declined to renew the then-new adult animated show Tuca & Bertie for a second season. The news was surprising as most Netflix shows usually get two or three seasons under their belt before being canceled. In a surprising turn of events, the show will live on, but its new home will be Adult Swim.

Continue Reading

Zack Snyder’s Directors Cut Justice League release official – for HBO Max

Zack Snyder’s Directors Cut Justice League release official – for HBO Max

It would appear that Zack Snyder's version of the movie Justice League will finally see the light of day. Announced today by Warner Bros. Pictures and Warner Media, #ReleaseTheSnyderCut will be released in the year 2021, in full. Snyder made the news public this morning during a live commentary of the Superman movie Man of Steel.

Continue Reading

Hulu update changes focus to Movies and TV, UI, and pairing with Disney+, ESPN+

Hulu update changes focus to Movies and TV, UI, and pairing with Disney+, ESPN+

This week the folks at Hulu announced they'd be releasing an update for platforms from Roku to tvOS (Apple TV, that is). This update will be rolled out to all systems eventually over the next few months, but it'll start with some of the most-used systems. Navigating collections is the most important change, as it follows with rumors of Google's next-generation update to Android TV, with more focus on content, rather than the overarching services that serve said content.

Continue Reading

The CW’s Batwoman to recast role after star Ruby Rose’s surprise exit

The CW’s Batwoman to recast role after star Ruby Rose’s surprise exit

In a surprising turn of events, the CW will recast the starring role in its Batwoman series. Lead actress Ruby Rose has made the decision to exit the show after its first season, which was cut slightly short due to a production halt over the coronavirus pandemic. Rose's exit from the show has been confirmed by the actress, but she hasn't stated her reasons for deciding to leave.

Continue Reading

Joe Rogan podcast a Spotify exclusive by end of 2020

Joe Rogan podcast a Spotify exclusive by end of 2020

One of the most popular podcasts in the world, The Joe Rogan Experience, will have a Spotify release date of September 1, 2020. At the end of the year, here in 2020, the Joe Rogan podcast will be available ONLY on Spotify. Joe Rogan's podcast will no longer be available through Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, or any other platform, at all.

Continue Reading

HBO Max reveals which original shows will arrive this summer

HBO Max reveals which original shows will arrive this summer

After months of hearing about the service, we're on the cusp of getting access to HBO Max, the new on-demand streaming service coming from WarnerMedia. The service is scheduled to launch on May 27 with a large catalog of shows, including some originals made specifically for the service. The company has taken the wraps off its second slate of originals that will be dropping later on this summer.

Continue Reading

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.

Continue Reading

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."

Continue Reading

New Star Trek shows Spock, Pike in decade before Kirk

New Star Trek shows Spock, Pike in decade before Kirk

Spinning off bits of Star Trek: Discovery, CBS revealed they'd launch Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, a show about the U.S.S. Enterprise before Captain Kirk. This is the latest in a long, strange journey the Star Trek universe has taken from the very first appearance of the universe, with the Pilot episode of the original Star Trek. It was there that we first met the crew that we'll once again see operate with Star Trek: Strange New Worlds.

Continue Reading

HBO Max is turning Stephen King’s Throttle into an original movie

HBO Max is turning Stephen King’s Throttle into an original movie

WarnerMedia's upcoming streaming service HBO Max is working on an adaption of Throttle, a novella from the father-son writing duo Stephen King and Joe Hill. This won't be the first time either author has had their works adapted for television, though it will be the first of its kind on HBO Max. Work on the project is said to be at an early stage; it's unclear what effect the pandemic may have on production.

Continue Reading

Plex free movies and TV shows expand under new deal with Endemol Shine

Plex free movies and TV shows expand under new deal with Endemol Shine

Plex has struck a new content deal with Endemol Shine Group that expands the number of free movies and TV shows available through its streaming app. This deal comes only days after Plex announced that it had partnered with free ad-supported streaming service Crackle to integrate its content with its own platform, that itself building upon previous deals with major media companies.

Continue Reading

Moog Music Subharmonicon synthesizer leverages the past to make music

Moog Music Subharmonicon synthesizer leverages the past to make music

While the present global situation has forced many to resort to all kinds of pastimes and distractions, it has also given rise to a newfound desire to create. From the physical to the digital, people around the world are finding ways to tap into their talents and their dreams to produce or try out things they have never done before. It is almost fate, then, that Moog Music, one of the world's biggest names in analog synthesizers, is now launching its latest product, the Subharmonicon. Whether by itself or with other synths, the box promises to open a new world of organic and fluid beats and patterns, with a little help from the past.

Continue Reading

Prev 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Next