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Netflix Adding 20 New Titles This Week

Netflix this week plans to add 20 new TV shows and movies to its streaming lineup, including 17 originals. The new title list will include season two of American Vandal, a Netflix original satire of the true-crime genre in which documentary makers investigate a strange misdeed at a Catholic high school; season five of Bojack

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Networks Cancel 24 Shows In Annual Bloodbath

The networks have set off an explosion of pink slips over the last week, canceling 24 different prime time shows. May is the time when networks reshuffle their upcoming fall lineups so it’s not a surprise that so many shows would be sent packing now. Click Amazon: Today’s Deals of the Day. Click Amazon: Roku

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What Happened to the Chiller Channel?

Q. I’m a big fan of the Chiller Channel, but I can’t find it on DIRECTV anymore. Did they get rid of it? I hope not because it had the best horror films anywhere! — Karen, Topeka, Kansas. Karen, I’m sorry to inform you that the Chiller Channel isn’t on DIRECTV anymore. Or on any

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NBC: Winter Olympics Will Not Stream In 4K

NBC has confirmed to the TV Answer Man that its NBC Sports app will not offer 4K or 4K HDR coverage of the 2018 Winter Olympics, which begins this week from South Korea. Comcast, DIRECTV and Dish have all revealed this week that they will offer NBC’s 4K video of the games on a 24-hour

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Super Bowl Streaming: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

The Super Bowl is over with a clear victory for the underdog Philadelphia Eagles over the New England Patriots. However, the game delivered a split verdict for fans of live streaming. Here is a recap of the Good, the Bad, and The Ugly of watching the big game without a pay TV subscription, or antenna.

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NBC to Stream Super Bowl For Free

If you don’t have cable or satellite, don’t worry about missing the Super Bowl. NBC will stream the game for free on its web sites (NBCSports.com, NBC.com) and the NBC Sports app. In fact, the network has announced it will offer 11 hours of Super Bowl coverage for free next Sunday starting at noon (ET)

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NBC to Offer Winter Olympics In 4K HDR

NBC will distribute some of next month’s 2018 Winter Olympic Games from Seoul, Korea in 4K and HDR (High Dynamic Range.), writes Multichannel News.  The network, which has the exclusive U.S. broadcast rights to the games, offered some video of the 2016 Rio Summer Games in 4K. But that did not include HDR which can

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ESPN, NBC to Stream NFL Games On Phones

ESPN and NBC have announced plans to stream National Football League games on mobile phones, starting with ESPN’s 2017 season playoff coverage. Verizon, which had the exclusive rights to NFL games on mobile phones since 2010,  earlier this month signed a new deal with the league that eliminated that unique perk. Shop Now at Amazon!

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NBC to Shut Down Chiller Channel: Exclusive

NBC has decided to shut down the Chiller Channel on January 1, 2018 the TV Answer Man has learned. An NBC Universal spokesperson confirmed the decision this morning in an email to the TV Answer Man.  “NBC Universal will discontinue Chiller as of January 1, 2018,” the spokesperson said. Shop Now at Amazon! The Holidays

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