Infinite,’ ‘In the Heights’ and the Best Movies and TV Shows to Stream

There’s always something to watch on Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, HBO Max, Paramount+, Peacock and Discovery+, amongst even more streaming services. However, there are so many choices that it can get a little overwhelming. To help you out, we’ve rounded up the best movies and TV shows to stream right now — including new arrivals, old… Continue reading Infinite,’ ‘In the Heights’ and the Best Movies and TV Shows to Stream

What’s New on Hulu (and What’s Leaving) in June

June promises to be a busy month at Hulu, which means Netflix isn’t your only option for fresh entertainment. The Hulu streaming service is getting a huge batch of new movies and new seasons of TV favorites including Love, Victor, Dave and the show that brought you Framing Britney Spears, The New York Times Presents.… Continue reading What’s New on Hulu (and What’s Leaving) in June

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The Best Movies and TV Shows to Stream: ‘The Woman in the Window,’ ‘HSMTMTS’ and More

There’s always something to watch on Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, HBO Max, Paramount+, Peacock and Discovery+, amongst even more streaming services. However, there are so many choices that it can get a little overwhelming. To help you out, we’ve rounded up the best movies and TV shows to stream right now — including new arrivals, old… Continue reading The Best Movies and TV Shows to Stream: ‘The Woman in the Window,’ ‘HSMTMTS’ and More

Netflix snags 7 awards, nearly doubling its all-time Oscars tally

In one night, Netflix has nearly doubled its number of Oscar wins. Heading into Sunday’s 93rd annual Academy Awards ceremony, the streaming service had 36 Oscar nominations across 17 films — the most of any distributor in this year’s slate. By the end of the night, it garnered seven trophies. The second-highest tally went to… Continue reading Netflix snags 7 awards, nearly doubling its all-time Oscars tally

Queer Eye’ Cast Returns to Texas to Resume Filming Season 6

The Netflix show’s Instagram announced on Friday that the Fab Five — Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Karamo Brown, Jonathan Van Ness and Bobby Berk — have resumed filming season 6 of their hit Netflix reality show. In the pic, the five stars stand in front of a billboard that reads “Queer Eyes Full Hearts Can’t… Continue reading Queer Eye’ Cast Returns to Texas to Resume Filming Season 6

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Netflix falls on slowing subscriber growth. What Cramer and other market analysts would do now

Netflix’s story is far from over, according to a smattering of stock market analysts. Shares of the streaming giant fell nearly 7.5% on Wednesday following the company’s first-quarter earnings report. Though Netflix beat earnings and revenue estimates, a large drop in subscribers put a crimp on the stock. However, market watchers including Jim Cramer largely… Continue reading Netflix falls on slowing subscriber growth. What Cramer and other market analysts would do now

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Here’s what every major analyst expects from Netflix’s first quarter earnings report

Netflix will remain a winner even after the coronavirus, Wall Street analysts assured investors ahead of the company’s first quarter earnings report on Tuesday after the bell. Shares are up just 1% this year amid rising competition from the likes of Disney+ and others, but most analysts are sticking with the stock. Subscribers also flocked… Continue reading Here’s what every major analyst expects from Netflix’s first quarter earnings report

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Netflix is the biggest winner since Disney kicked off the streaming wars

these “wars,” but on Nov. 12, 2019, Disney launched Disney+, kicking off traditional media’s assault on Netflix. Since then, AT&T’s HBO Max, Comcast NBCUniversal’s Peacock, ViacomCBS’ Paramount+, Discovery’s Discovery+ and AMC Networks’ AMC+ have all sprung to life as Netflix competitors. So who’s been the big winner from all of this new competition? Netflix. Since… Continue reading Netflix is the biggest winner since Disney kicked off the streaming wars

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Candiace Dillard on Parodying Housewives on ‘Family Reunion’ With Kenya Moore and Brandi Glanville

Netflix is bringing Real Housewives fans a fever dream of a crossover with the latest batch of Family Reunion episodes, as The Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Kenya Moore returns to the family sitcom as the “play cousin” of Cocoa McKellan (Tia Mowry) — and this time, she’s bringing along some fellow ‘Wives: Beverly Hills alum… Continue reading Candiace Dillard on Parodying Housewives on ‘Family Reunion’ With Kenya Moore and Brandi Glanville