Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Tag: tv

Hulu boasts over 75,000 TV episodes—more than double Netflix and Amazon

Today, Hulu announced that it ended fiscal 2017 with more than 17 million subscribers in the U.S.—not necessarily as big as competitor Netflix, of...

Jenna Fischer would return as Pam on ‘The Office’—under one condition

Fans of The Office, rejoice! Jenna Fischer (aka Pam Beesly) is "absolutely up" for a return to the series—under one particular condition.  Read more: Two characters hope to...

Find out how much of your life you’ve spent bingeing your favorite TV shows

Some might say we watch The Office too much, but is that even possible? Well, the answer is up to you. AT&T just shared a nifty...

Fox is streaming ‘The X-Files’ for free—here’s how you can watch

It's almost here! Season 11 of The X-Files is set to kick off January 3 and FOX is setting out to make sure you're all caught...

Two characters hope to make a return in ‘The Office’ revival

The Office is expected to get a revival, and fans should be excited to hear that two of the show's funny folks are hoping to find...

Riverdale, Stranger Things, more among most reblogged TV shows on Tumblr in 2017

Tumblr understands our scene—and our interests—better than most, and that’s been proven on the site’s 2017 Year in Review. Check out the standings of all of...

Donald Glover bringing ‘Deadpool’ to TV as animated series

Donald Glover wows fans with yet another project to add to his arsenal—He's giving Marvel's favorite notorious antihero Deadpool his own animated television series,...

26 fictional bands from movies and TV that we wish we could see in...

Whether they’re musicians in disguise, actors paid to pretend or even an actual band, plenty of fictional music groups have graced big and small...

YouTube TV has officially launched in five U.S. markets

YouTube TV, the video platform’s live television service, is currently available in a limited group of U.S. cities: New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco,...

Netflix renews ‘A Series Of Unfortunate Events’ for a second season

That's right: Neil Patrick Harris, who plays Count Olaf, and Lemony Snicket himself have confirmed that A Series Of Unfortunate Events will be returning to...

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