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Netflix Released a New Trailer for Marvel’s Luke Cage

Luke Cage will be the third of four series launched as part of the deal between Marvel Studios and Netflix. In Marvel’s comics, Luke Cage is a former convict who was sent to prison after being framed for heroin possession by his former best friend. As he was locked up, Cage becomes the subject of super-soldier […]

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NFL Network and NFL RedZone Coming Soon to PlayStation Vue

Today PlayStation Vue announced that football fans will soon have access to NFL Network and NFL RedZone on PlayStation Vue. With both channels launching in time for the NFL regular season this fall, fans can enjoy watching their favorite gridiron matchups using PlayStation Vue’s unique TV streaming features, including cloud DVR, powerful search and discovery tools, […]

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Dish Network Lost a Record Number of Subscribers This Year

Cord cutting is continuing to be big news this summer as once again there is bad news for traditional pay-TV. Dish Network announced that during the second quarter of 2016 they lost 281,000 pay-TV subscribers compared to just 81,000 during the same time in 2015; however, some of this loss was made up by Dish […]

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Netflix Releases Trailer for Narcos Season 2

In the second season, notorious drug kingpin Pablo Escobar is on the run, with the Colombian authorities in relentless pursuit — and determined to put an end to his illegal activities. New episodes start September 2nd. Need to get caught up? Check out the introduction trailer to Narcos: Plot Summery: The first season of Narcos chronicles […]

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Twitter & The NBA Announce a New NBA Show For Cord Cutters

This week the NBA and Twitter announced a new deal to now not only stream NBA games but have an exclusive pre-game show just for Twitter and other online services. “We’re excited about bringing live content to Twitter, which has proven to be an ideal destination for real-time sports conversations,” said NBA Commissioner Adam Silver. […]

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