Streaming video services are adjusting to the coronavirus pandemic in several ways, meant to appeal to customers observing “stay at home” orders.
I look at some alternatives to visiting movie theaters, bookstores, and comic shops for the current era of “social distancing” due to the coronavirus pandemic.
With the coronavirus pandemic discouraging movie theater attendance, Hollywood’s trying something new: releasing current and recent films to home video early.
Disney announced “Love, Victor,” a “Love, Simon” spin-off, will go to Hulu instead of Disney+ due to content, despite that “The Simpsons” is still on Disney+.
I’ve finally decided to completely drop cable TV in favor of just broadband and streaming services. I give my thoughts on how this is going so far.
PBS is finally available for live streaming, through YouTube TV. It’s also available (for much less) as a stand-alone streaming service, PBS Passport.
Comcast announced details on their new streaming video service, Peacock. I give my thoughts on this new entrant in the streaming wars.
A review of ESPN+, Disney’s streaming service for casual fans of sports ranging from college sports and NHL hockey to out-of-market MLS soccer games.
A review of the new Disney+ streaming service, after I’ve tried it out for awhile. How does it compare to established services like Netflix?
What streaming services would various cartoon characters opt to use? I look at how characters from the Simpsons to Squirrel Girl might handle cord-cutting.