Hulu has finally unleashed a highly-anticipated commercial free tier to its lineup of services. The new tier will cost $12 per month for the full catalog without commercial interruptions, but select programming will still get tagged with limited ads.
Rick Yancey's popular alien-invasion story The 5th Wave gets the big-screen treatment in the first trailer for the film, which stars Chloe Moretz as one of the few survivors of a deadly invasion of Earth.
The Daily Show With Trevor Noah just dropped three new promo spots that give us our first taste of the new host’s brand of comedy. The post-Jon Stewart era begins on Sept. 28, 2015.
Thor and Cinderella director Kenneth Branagh will reportedly direct a live-action adaptation of novelist Eoin Colfer's popular Artemis Fowl series about a young criminal mastermind's adventures with supernatural creatures.
Frozen actor Josh Gad will play film critic Roger Ebert in the upcoming biopic Russ & Roger, which co-stars Will Ferrell as cult-classic Beneath the Valley of the Ultra Vixens director Russ Meyer.
Netflix has finally arrived in Japan, a country with huge revenue potential for the video streaming company. However, it's clearly done its research, choosing to launch the service in a slightly manner than usual.
Indie studios Millennium Films and Nu Image have filed a lawsuit against Popcorn Time users who accessed the Pierce Brosnan-starring film. The studios claim that users are at fault as the service did include a warning against watching illegal content.
Keeping up with the upcoming NFL season will be a little bit easier thanks to CBS. The network will live stream two regular season NFL games for the first time this season, as well as four playoff games and the Super Bowl.
Vincent Cassel will cause problems for Matt Damon as Jason Bourne in the series' upcoming film, which is due out in 2016. According to Damon, the film will take place in a post-Edward Snowden world.
LG has that key features from its newest smart TV operating system, webOS 2.0, will make their way to older TV sets. Performance and usability improvements are among the headliners.
From an ALS-stricken physicist to an LBGT icon. Eddie Redmayne transforms again as the trailer for The Danish Girl drops leaving the industry to wonder whether he can win his second Oscar in a row.
After sparking Internet outrage by calling actor Ildris Elba "too street" to play James Bond, Anthony Horowitz, the book series' latest author, has apologized for causing offense and "poor choice of word."
The first official trailer for Justin Kurzel's Macbeth has hit the interwebs, and even if you flunked 11th grade English, you can appreciate this beautiful and brutal melange of awesome.
Donald Trump has been confirmed as one of the first guests for the new season of The Tonight Show, appearing on the September 11 episode opposite Amy Schumer and Stephen King, who will appear on CBS' rival Late Show with Stephen Colbert
SpongeBob Squarepants is getting the Broadway treatment next year and the musical will feature original music from a surprising group of musicians. Other featured artists include John Legend, The Flaming Lips, T.I. and Lady Antebellum.
Amazon is now letting its Instant Video subscribers download from a large selection of popular TV shows and movies for offline viewing on iOS and Android devices, making it the first subscription streaming service to do so.
Possibly adding a new competitor in the streaming video space, Apple is considering an investment in original content that would likely be distributed through iTunes potentially in a subscription model.
Stephen Colbert will keep the politicians coming on The Late Show. Week 2 guests will include a Supreme Court justice, the United Nations Secretary-General, and Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders.
Revisit the most memorable moments of the 2015 VMAs: from Nicki Minaj throwing shade at the pop star host and Justin Bieber breaking into tears post-performane to Kanye West announcing his 2020 presidency bid. It wasn't all good, but it certainly wasn't dull.
MTV's 2015 VMAs may not have had as many viewers as last year's show, but the event more than made up for it in tweets. The awards show was the most tweeted about non-sports event since Nielsen began tracking in October 2011.
Football fans will soon be getting more of their favorite sport on NFL Network. The network has expanded its original unscripted and documentary programming with the addition of two new docuseries.
Here's a complete list of what's new on Netflix for September, and which titles will be removed this month, to help you catch up on all your binging, and make sure you don't miss those titles heading into the ether.
Will Smith's latest film, Concussion, explores Dr. Bennet Omalu's fight to get the NFL to recognize the danger of repeated head injury. The first trailer shows the league's resistance to facing the problem.
Hulu picked up the comedy Difficult People for a second season in short order. Amy Poehler will continue to exec produce alongside Dave Becky (Louie). The acerbic series is currently wrapping up its first eight-episode season, which concludes September 16.
Ever dreamed about riding shotgun with Imperator Furiosa or using Max Rockatansky as a hood ornament? Well, keep dreaming. But you can get pretty close if you use Uber at PAX Prime Seattle
Nothing can stop gangsta rap biopic Straight Outta Compton, which continued to sit atop the weekend box office while the the premieres of War Room, No Escape, and We Are Your Friends fell short.
No matter which streaming box you buy, whether it's an Apple TV, Roku, or Amazon Fire TV, you can expect to pay the same price of $100. Apple seems poised to shake that up with its newest Apple TV, which may cost as much as $200.
Netflix said Sunday its deal with cable network Epix will end September 30 as the streaming giant endeavors to offer more of its own original programming while moving away from non-exclusive content.