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If you're wondering what's coming to Shudder, Amazon Prime Video, and Hulu this week, then you're in the right place. While October is starting to wind down, there is still plenty of new content coming to these streaming services.
Welcome to Foreign Policy’s weekly South Asia Brief. The highlights this week: India weighs trade action against Malaysia, deadly explosions rock Afghanistan, India and Pakistan exchange border fire in disputed Kashmir, and protests over blasphemy in Bangladesh.
'The Report,' starring Adam Driver, will be available to stream on Prime Video starting Nov. 15. (Photo Credit: Amazon Prime Video)
Move over, Hallmark! In 2019, a number of other networks and streaming giants are competing against Hallmark Channel’s long-standing Countdown to Christmas slate of original Christmas movies.
As of this very second, you can stream the Stephen King movie In the Tall Grass on Amazon Prime. (UPDATE: As of 3:02pm today, October 22, “This title is currently unavailable,” according to Amazon. This happened less than one hour after Decider reached out to Netflix for comment; that’s pretty fast!) That’s pretty weird, because In the Tall Grass is a Netflix original film, and the whole point of Netflix original films is that they are exclusively available on Netflix, is it not? No TV syndication, no DVDs (at least not for a long, long while). How is it then that all 90 minutes of In The Tall Grass, which debuted earlier this month on Netflix, is currently streaming free for Amazon Prime subscribers?
When it comes to Black Friday one of the retailers many shoppers look to for savings is Amazon.
With so much content out there nowadays, it can sometimes feel like half the free time you want to use relaxing in front of the TV is actually spent sifting through the hundreds of TV series, films and documentaries vying for you attention. Let’s face it: that’s a whole load of effort none of us really need at the end of the day.
Imagine every human being was an open Facebook, with every little thing they see, say, think, or do instantly available to share online. If you think social media is bad now, that would be a living hell. And, unsurprisingly, that’s what it becomes in Amazon Prime Video’s upcoming British sci-fi drama/thriller series, The Feed.
Amazon Studios has greenlit a German comedy series titled “The Bedfellow” (“Der Beischläfer”) starring comedian Markus Stoll, who is popular locally for playing a funny guy named “Harry G” who satirizes life in his native Bavaria.