For stateside British TV fans who can’t get enough of telly from the UK, there is more coming by way of BritBox, the new SVOD service from BBC Worldwide and ITV.
Netflix has finally given subscribers what most of us have wanted for a long time: the ability to download shows and watch them without an internet connection.
Attention job seekers. RLJ Entertainment, the parent company of Acorn TV, has an opening for a full-time Publicity Assistant at their headquarter office.
The Night Manager, one of the most binge-worthy new miniseries of the year, will be yet another selection for Amazon Prime Video subscribers later this year.
In a bit of reverse engineering of sorts, Lifetime will premiere the hit British comedy, Catastrophe, currently streaming on Amazon Prime Video in the US.
BBC One has announced that Pearl Mackie will play Bill, the new companion to Peter Capaldi’s Time Lord in Doctor Who.
When it comes to streaming video services, stateside consumers have choices galore. And according to Consumer Reports ratings, Acorn TV tops all VoD services in the overall score.
Did Netflix triple-dog-dare Amazon? Because Amazon is now offering Prime Video as a standalone monthly subscription in the US, mere weeks before Netflix starts rolling out its higher subscription price.