Author: TV Answer Man

Hulu This Week: 177 New Titles

Hulu this week plans to add 177 new TV shows and movies to its subscription Video on Demand service. The new titles will include Waiting For Guffman, Christopher Guest’s satirical tour de force about community theater; Downhill Racer, the 1969 drama starring Robert Redford as a brilliant but selfish skier; and three classic Jerry Lewis

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Netflix This Week: 73 New Titles

Netflix this week (June 28-July 4) plans to add 73 new TV shows and movies to its streaming lineup, including 15 originals. The new titles will include Unsolved Mysteries, a Netflix original reboot of the 1980/90s TV documentary series on unexplained cases; the final installment of Cable Girls (pictured above), a Netflix original drama about

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DIRECTV, AT&T TV Raise Monthly Prices For New Customers

Despite accelerating customer defections, AT&T today raised the first-year monthly price for new subscribers to DIRECTV and AT&T TV. The company, however, has not raised monthly fees for its live streaming service, AT&T TV Now, nor for DIRECTV and AT&T TV’s existing customers. New subscribers to DIRECTV now must pay $59.99 a month for the

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AT&T WatchTV Closes to New Customers

AT&T has closed AT&T WatchTV, its $15-a-month streaming service, to new subscribers, and old customers who want to re-subscribe. In a notice posted at its web site, AT&T says service will not be affected for existing WatchTV subscribers. “Standalone WatchTV is no longer available for new sign ups or to re-subscribe,” the statement reads. “Existing

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Kaloopy’s Eye Candy Channel Finds New Home

The Eye Candy Channel, which was unceremoniously removed in April from Pluto TV, has found a new TV home, DistroTV, a Pluto TV rival. The channel, which is owned by a Los Angeles-based company, Kaloopy Media, features continuous videos of beautiful women in various states of undress, dancing, jumping, and sometimes, rolling around the floor

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FuboTV Finally Gets ESPN

FuboTV launched in January 2015 with the promise of delivering more sports programming than any other provider regardless of whether it was via streaming or traditional pay TV. And while the streamer has offered several hard-to-get sports channels, its mission has been tarnished by not carrying arguably the leading sports network of all, ESPN. However,

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Netflix In July 2020: 130 New Titles

Netflix next month (July 2020) plans to add 130 new TV shows and movies to its streaming lineup, including 59 originals. The new titles will include Unsolved Mysteries, a Netflix original reboot of the 1980/90s TV documentary series on unexplained cases; the final installment of Cable Girls, a Netflix original drama about women’s rights in

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Amazon Prime In July 2020: 55 New Titles

Amazon plans next month (July 2020) to add 55 new TV shows and movies to its Prime streaming lineup, including five new originals. The new titles will include season three of Absentia (pictured above), an Amazon original drama starring Stana Katic as an FBI agent who disappears while hunting a serial killer. When she returns

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