Netflix's upcoming comedy starring Maria Bramford, Lady Dynamite, will feature a host of notable guest stars. Big name comedians and actors like Sarah Silverman, Patton Oswalt, and Jenny Slate are among those we'll see when the show hits Netflix in 2016.
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.
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.
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.
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."