‘Key & Peele’ and other Comedy Central classics head to HBO Max in November

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WarnerMedia hopes a handful of Comedy Central classics may help entice you to subscribe to HBO Max. The streaming service announced today it’s inked a deal to air all episodes of Chappelle’s Show, Inside Amy Schumer, Key & Peele, Natha…

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AT&T’s WarnerMedia is streaming ‘free’ TV to millions of connected cars

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You don’t need to buy a Tesla to stream shows through your car’s internet access, although it will come with catches. AT&T has unveiled a previously rumored WarnerMedia Ride service that streams shows from Cartoon Network, CNN, TBS and…

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HBO Max is making a TV series based on relaxation app Calm

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HBO Max is working on a new 10-episode series based on popular relaxation and sleep tool Calm. Building on the app’s Sleep Stories, each episode A World of Calm will be about 30-minutes long and will feature "scientifically-engineered&quo…

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Charter is the first cable company with a deal for HBO Max

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WarnerMedia didn’t initially say how TV providers besides AT&T would offer HBO Max, but that’s now becoming clear through a first-ever deal. Cable provider Charter has landed a multi-year agreement that will make HBO Max available to a…

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HBO’s free streaming includes ‘The Wire’ and its Theranos documentary

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As efforts to slow the spread of coronavirus by encouraging social distancing stretch into another week, HBO has opened up its library for some free viewing. Not everything is available — non-subscribers can’t catch up on Game of Thrones yet — but…

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‘Harley Quinn’ season 2 gets a quick April 3rd debut

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There’s normally a lengthy wait between seasons of streaming TV shows, but don’t tell that to DC Universe. The comics-oriented service is premiering the second season of its Harley Quinn animated series on April 3rd — just four months after the show…

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HBO Max’s first trailer reminds you it has non-HBO titles, too

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HBO Max is still a few months away from its May launch, but that isn’t stopping AT&T and WarnerMedia from trying to drum up some early hype. The streaming service has introduced its first trailer, and it mainly serves to remind you that Warner ow…

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How to get the most out of Netflix, Hulu and other streaming services

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A Netflix or Hulu subscription alone won’t cut it anymore. The streaming landscape is fracturing as bastions of old media rise up with their own services, offering a blend of originals and library material. Over the coming months, the streaming video…

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Second season of DC’s ‘Doom Patrol’ will also stream on HBO Max

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Those murmurs of WarnerMedia making DC Universe’s shows more widely available? They’re true. DC’s Doom Patrol has been renewed for a second season, and it’ll be available on both DC Universe and HBO Max when it resumes in 2020. The move will also bri…

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Apple loses bidding war for J. J. Abrams’ production studio

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Don’t look now, but a major Hollywood upset just happened… much to the chagrin of streaming outlets. Hollywood Reporter and Deadline sources say that AT&T-owned WarnerMedia is near closing a roughly $500 million deal with Bad Robot, the produc…

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DC Universe scales back ‘Swamp Thing’ over ‘creative differences’

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Not all is well in DC Universe’s rapidly growing… well, universe. Hollywood Reporter sources say Warner Bros. Television (part of the service’s parent WarnerMedia) has cut its initial order for Swamp Thing from 13 episodes to 10 after running into…

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Turner had to stream Woods-Mickelson golf event for free due to glitch

By at&t, engadget, entertainment, golf, Internet, pay-per-view, payperview, philmickelson, Sports, Streaming, tigerwoods, turner, warnermedia

Online pay-per-view events are increasingly common, but it’s clear they still have some technical hurdles to clear. Turner’s Bleacher Report was forced to offer a free stream for a much-hyped one-on-one golf match between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickel…

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AT&T’s WarnerMedia will launch streaming TV service in late 2019

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Add AT&T to the list of media giants launching streaming services that revolve solely around their own content. The company’s WarnerMedia is launching a streaming offering in the fourth quarter of 2019 with access to the group’s collection of mo…

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DirecTV Now helped AT&T turn around its shrinking video business

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It’s been clear for a while that DirecTV Now is keeping AT&T’s TV subscriber numbers in the black, but it’s now apparent just how much it’s turning around its once-ailing video services. The telecom has posted second quarter earnings revealing t…

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AT&T’s latest unlimited plans include a new live TV service

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AT&T isn’t wasting any time milking its nearly completed acquisition of Time Warner for all it’s worth. The carrier has unveiled two new wireless plans, Unlimited &More and Unlimited &More Premium, that both include its previously hinted-…

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