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Amazon Prime This Week: 31 New Titles

Amazon this week (July 26-August 1) plans to add 31 new TV shows and movies to its Prime streaming lineup. The new titles will include Christopher Nolan’s 2010 classic sci-fi movie, Inception, which stars Leonardo DiCaprio as a sophisticated thief who steals information by entering people’s minds; season four of Animal Kingdom, the TNT drama

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Amazon Prime In August 2020: 46 New Titles

Amazon next month (August 2020) plans to add 46 new TV shows and movies to its streaming lineup, including five originals. The new original titles will include Chemical Hearts (pictured above), an Amazon original movie starring Austin Adams as an awkward 17-year-old who falls in love with a mysterious transfer student, played by Lili Reinhart

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Will Peacock Be On Roku & Fire TV?

Q. I’m interested in the new Peacock streaming service that’s coming up. But do you know if it will be available on Roku or Fire TV? I have both on different TVs and I wouldn’t get it unless it was on one of them. — Frankie, Cumberland, Maryland. Frankie, let me first offer some background

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Amazon Prime This Week: 46 New Titles

Amazon this week (June 28-July 4) plans to add 46 new TV shows and movies to its Prime streaming lineup, including one original. The new titles will include Season two of Hanna (pictured above), an Amazon original adventure series that follows a young girl (Esma Creed-Miles) who’s been trained by her father to fight government

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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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Amazon Fire TV: When Audio & Video Don’t Sync

Q. Sometimes when I watch my Fire TV, the audio and video are not together. The actor’s words will come about three or four seconds later after his lips move like it’s one of those old Godzilla movies. Is there anyway to fix this? — Sherry, Lafayette, Louisiana. Sherry, it’s not uncommon for the audio

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HBO Max: Why Roku & Fire TV Aren’t Carrying It

Q. I don’t understand why HBO Max isn’t on Roku and Fire TV. They are the only streaming devices I have and everyone I talk to has one or both of those. So why isn’t HBO Max on them like everything else like Netflix and Hulu? Doesn’t Roku and Fire TV know that people might

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HBO Max: Still Not On Roku Or Fire TV

Nine days after launch, HBO Max this morning is still not available on Roku and Amazon’s Fire TV, the nation’s two leading streaming devices. Tony Goncalves, CEO of AT&T’s Otter Media, which manages HBO Max, tells The Verge that he hopes that deals can eventually be struck with all important devices, including Roku and Fire

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Amazon Prime This Week: 38 New Titles

Amazon this week (May 31-June 6) plans to add 38 new TV shows and movies to its Prime streaming lineup, including one original program. The new titles will include Gina Brillon: The Floor Is Lava, an Amazon original comedy stand-up special starring the aforementioned; The Natural (pictured above), the 1984 baseball drama starring Robert Redford

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Amazon In June 2020: Knives Out!

Amazon next month (June 2020) plans to add 53 new TV shows and movies to its Prime streaming lineup, including three new originals. The new titles will include Knives Out (pictured above), the acclaimed 2019 murder mystery film starring Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, Jamie Lee Curtis, Don Johnson and Michael Shannon in a cast of

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HBO Max: Not Available On Roku & Fire TV

The AT&T-owned HBO Max is scheduled to debut next week, but as of this morning, the new streaming service will not be available on arguably the two leading streaming devices, Roku and Amazon’s Fire TV. John Stankey, AT&T’s CEO, acknowledged last week at an industry conference that HBO Max would likely not be available on

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