You can turn off your TV—or whatever device you’re using to watch TV these days—but TV is always on, as evidenced by the number of new and returning series that have already premiered in the early days of 2018. Here’s what The A.V. Club is looking forward to in the new year, from eagerly awaited second helpings and…
John Wick creator Derek Kolstad is writing the pilot script for a Hitman series for Hulu and Fox 21. Kolstad is also executive producing. No word how is starring or when the show will starting filming.
Along with the usual assortment of games, this week’s Nintendo Download includes the Switch’s first entertainment app, Hulu, which should be available later today. Can Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Instant Video, Crunchyroll, Crackle, that comedy one and some sort of sports thing be far behind?
The big streaming services always have a ton of horror movies on offer, but not all of them are especially fright-inducing. In honor of Halloween, put all the Sharknado and Gingerdead Man sequels aside in favor of actually scaring the bejesus out of yourself. Each of these 11 movies will haunt your nightmares.
Armed with the right login credentials from generous friends and family, you could happily enjoy Netflix, Spotify, and a ton of other streaming services without spending a dime—but is all this password-sharing smart? In some cases, sharing your login info could result in you losing the service altogether. We’ve looked…
Hulu’s riding high thanks to the critical success of its original miniseries, The Handmaid’s Tale, so now is the perfect time for it to follow up a great show with some good news. The TV provider is now giving subscribers access to live TV potentially as good as the stuff your cable provider pipes in. While Hulu was…
Heading into CES 2017, we had a good idea as to some of the big trends we’d see. And we weren’t totally wrong—Amazon’s Alexa assistant was baked into gadgets everywhere, even in cars! But looking back at all of our coverage, there was plenty we had no idea about. This is the best stuff we saw at CES 2o17.
Those looking to pick up a PlayStation TV micro-console tomorrow with an eye on streaming television shows and movies might be a little disappointed. Right now it's got Sony's streaming service, Crunchyroll, Crackle, and that's it.
Saturday morning American broadcast TV was once animation's home field. Filling a cereal bowl with artificially colored sugar pebbles and staring at the tube was every kid's weekend plan. Not any more: For the first time in 50-plus years, you won't find a block of animation on broadcast this morning. It's the end of…
Starting today, uncut and remastered episodes of Sailor Moon will be released weekly on Hulu. Already, they have four subtitled episodes up—and more will be released every Monday.
According to "multiple sources within Microsoft", Ars Technica is reporting that Microsoft is set to ditch its long-standing strategy of making users pay for Xbox Live Gold to access services like Netflix and Hulu Plus. Services users already pay for anyway.
After a monthlong delay, Nintendo's TVii service for the Wii U arrives in North America tomorrow, but some features touted earlier this year still won't be on board when the service launches. Notably, it won't support Netflix or TiVo subscriptions, nor will it allow users to program or access content stored on DVRs.
You can subscribe to Hulu Plus on your Wii for $8/month right now, Nintendo said today. The television and movie streaming service will come to the 3DS handheld system later this year.
Nintendo's just announced that the popular video streaming service will be hitting its best-selling home console and it latest handheld by the end of the year. The move puts Hulu's premium, subscriber offering on all three major home video consoles now, with the service having debuted on the PlayStation 3 last…
Let's face it: the television remote is so yesterday. As anticipated, Xbox Live's Marc Whitten has taken the stage at Microsoft's keynote address to describe and promote some of the features we can expect from the company's new Xbox Live TV functionality.
What does Microsoft have planned for its E3 2011 showing? Probably plenty of Kinect-centric fare and heretofore unannounced (officially anyway) video games. But the company is also teasing a new "entertainment brand" focus for the console and its motion controller.