HBO Max has added a disclaimer before “Gone With the Wind” about the film’s racial stereotypes.
HBO Max has seen two developments: an attempt to clear up the multiple apps, and a series of spin-off DC comics.
I take a look at HBO Max, WarnerMedia and AT&T’s new streaming service. Unfortunately, HBO Max feels like a mixed bag.
ViacomCBS and Google announced a deal to add the former’s cable channels to YouTube TV, including MTV, BET, and Nickelodeon.
Comcast (via Fandango) has purchased digital video store Vudu from Walmart. I look at how digital video sales have changed in recent years.
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.