After being off the air since 2014, “Johnny Test” is returning with two new seasons for Netflix.
Streaming video services are adjusting to the coronavirus pandemic in several ways, meant to appeal to customers observing “stay at home” orders.
Several reports indicate CBS All Access and Netflix will gain access to a larger amount of Viacom content, including Nickelodeon and its classic cartoons.
While Netflix dominated (and defined) streaming in the 2010s, the future for the popular streaming service has more uncertainty.
I take a look at, and offer recommendations for, various streaming video services for cartoons, from Netflix and Hulu to the new Disney+ service.
My thoughts on interesting articles for the week of August 9, 2019, including Viacom buying “Garfield.”
A recent poll says Americans would like to pay around $21/month for streaming video services. But which ones meet that budget?
I take a look at the top 10 movies at the box office for 2018, both domestic and global, from “Black Panther” to “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.”
I take my annual look at recommended video streaming services, for both general viewers and for those looking for sports, kids TV, and animation.
A look at the current state of streaming services for animation fans, including Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Boomerang, and PBS Kids.