ITV’s reality show Love Island was the most-talked-about TV series on Twitter in 2019 for a second consecutive year.
The first season of the web series was nominated for the 2018 International Emmy Awards in the Best Drama Series category.
Downloading video content is becoming an important feature to mobile users of streaming services, a new report said.
Tis the season to be streaming and as such Facebook has added more premium content to Portal. The December 10th holiday update brings Portal TV's content partners to 14 in the U.S. and includes:
HBO Max is WarnerMedia's new streaming service, designed to challenge Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Disney Plus. When it releases in 2020, it will include over 10,000 hours of content at launch, with shows from partners like Cartoon Network, CNN, DC Comics, TNT, Crunchyroll and Sesame Workshop, as well as the esteemed stable of HBO originals you've come to know and love.
Vikings season six will be final series of the Michael Hirst-created drama. The final season will see the sons of Ragnar Lothbrok (played by Travis Fimmel) go head to head over the throne of Kattegat and will feature a set of new enemies from the East, led by Prince Oleg of Novgorod (Danila Kozlovsky).
Facebook has rolled out a major update to its family of Portal smart displays that adds new features and services, including, most notably, WhatsApp.
Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd (Digi) is now offering its users the option to include Amazon Prime Video subscription to their plans. Subscription to the video streaming service is done through the brand’s EasyAdd platform, which allows users to manage all of their content and service subscriptions in one place.
The Grand Tour fans are ecstatic about the show’s return this week with their special: Seamen. And while the trailers and snippets released by Amazon Prime Video have shown the three presenters Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond enjoying themselves, it wasn’t always smiles.
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