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.
We may be the Netflix and chill generation today, but if we're not careful, we may become the plagued-with-serious-cognitive-issues generation in a few years. As it turns out, cognitive function is inversely related to time spent watching…
A televised special featuring Nintendo's Mario Kart 8 will air on Disney XD in December, continuing the network's foray into eSports coverage and following up on a previous Nintendo World Championships event.
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.
Networks are considering new ways to integrate ads into television shows that would help account for those who try to skip commercials, with an effort to be a little bit more creative than the standard product placement.
Watching television on your smart living room set is becoming identical to watching video on your laptop or smartphone, and Comcast's newest venture is proof. Its YouTube rival is expected to launch soon.
All nine seasons of popular '80s and '90s show Seinfeld, which spawned more one-liners than you likely even realize, will be coming to Hulu starting June 24, for our streaming and binge-watching pleasure.