News, comparisons and advice to help you make sense of streaming.
Bắn cá koiSearching for a great show to watch tonight? Here are some of the best Hulu has to offer.
For years, Netflix has offered new US customers a free month to try out the service. No longer.
Bắn cá koiDisney Plus subscribers will get the movie free with their regular membership, after Disney Plus' release of Mulan in September required an extra $30 fee to watch.
A few details are floating around the next installment of the Netflix horror anthology.
Streaming app Peacock has free movies and TV shows, and it unlocks more -- like originals and Premier League matches -- if you pay. It's finally available on Roku, but Peacock's still missing from Amazon Fire TV.
Too many services, too little budget? Get ready to slash your streaming costs while still watching everything you want.
Bắn cá koiFrom portable projectors to 1080p home theater models to light cannons built for gaming or 4K HDR, these are the best projectors for the money.
Bắn cá koiFrom Harmony to Caavo to, well, other Harmonys, these are our favorite clickers, hubs and screens for controlling a cabinet full of gear.
|Streaming is the present and the future of TV. Netflix started the streaming revolution in 2007 and remains the leader today but numerous other services have become household names too: Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, Disney Plus and more. Meanwhile devices from Roku to Fire TV to smart TVs to your phone and tablet offer those apps and hundreds more, delivering millions of hours of video and a level of choice that traditional cable can't begin to match.|
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So sit back, relax, fire up an app and enjoy the golden age of TV. You won't miss a thing.