B/R Live is a new sports streaming site powered by its digital sports platform Bleacher Report. It will offer thousands of live sports games including NBA League Pass games, NCAA Championship games, and more.
In the premiere episode of season 5 of HBO's Silicon Valley, a clever Easter egg can be found in the opening credits, taking a jab at Facebook, and the controversies the company has been facing of late.
After years of requests from customers asking for the ability to download movies and TV shows, Netflix has finally made it happen. Here, we show you how to download movies from Netflix for iOS, Android, or Windows 10.
Last year, Netflix cast Gina Rodriguez in the lead role of its upcoming Carmen Sandiego animated series. Now, she's been tabbed to play the thieving mastermind in a feature-length live action film, too.
One way the NBA could be looking to increase revenue is a live stream of the final quarter of certain games for only 99 cents, as a test program seems to be underway tailored to dedicated basketball fans.
A faithful adaptation of the Street Fighter World Warrior saga is coming to television, with a new series announced from the martial artists who produced and directed the fan-favorite Machinima web series.
Season 3 of Daredevil is expected to premiere in 2018, so here is everything we know about the next set of adventures featuring Marvel Comics' man without fear before the third season's debut on Netflix.
The sequel to Guillermo del Toro's 2013 giant-robot brawler Pacific Rim has finally arrived in theaters, and what it lacks in heart and humanity this time around, it makes up for with monster-stomping spectacle.
Monty Python's Flying Circus is heading to Netflix. Much of the comedy team's back catalog — including its sketches and movies — will land on Netflix U.K. on April 18, and later in the year for U.S. subscribers.
Seth Rogen has tapped some of comedy's biggest names for his upcoming Netflix special, Hilarity for Charity. The actor revealed his guests in a video announcement, naming Sacha Baron Cohen, Sarah Silverman, and more.
While doing the press tour for his new film Ready Player One, director Steven Spielberg addressed his controversial decision to digitally alter his 1982 classic E.T. and promised not to do so with any more of his movies.