A new study from AllFlicks suggests that a whopping 76 percent of Netflix subscribers believe that the company will replace traditional television altogether, because why flip through channels when you can just binge watch one show?
Cable networks and streaming originals are the toast of TV right now, but traditional broadcast networks are making some binge-worthy shows of their own, and you can catch and watch most of them online.
Validating every stereotype about Millennials ever, a 25-year-old Brooklyn man just set a new Guinness World Record for the longest time spent binge watching television. The new time to beat? 94 hours.
Spinoffs can go amazingly well or horribly wrong. Check out these five new and upcoming television spinoffs with potential, including The Blacklist star Ryan Eggold reprising his role as Tom Keen, 24 Legacy, and a new Deadliest Catch.
Fox Sports and virtual reality company NextVR will broadcast the entire 2016 Big East Tournament in virtual reality for the first time in the illustrious history of the NCAA. Fans can watch on Samsung Gear VR via the free NextVR app.
Netflix was responsible for around 50 percent of the overall drop-off in TV viewing time in the U.S., reports one analyst. And American Netflix subscribers are estimated to have streamed 29 billion hours of video.
Apple will be debuting its first original scripted series called Vital Signs. The show will star Dr. Dre, and will include six, half-hour episodes that are semi-autobiographical about the rapper, actor, and entrepreneur.
Nominations for the 2016 Golden Globes have been announced, and it's clear that streaming service providers are serious contenders, specialty TV is hot, and even network TV programming is pushing out some stellar content.