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    Why Amazon Is Making Us Wait for Lord of the RingsAre you ready for some Gandalf?
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    Is This NBC’s Nightmare Olympics Scenario?Low ratings, Peacock complaints, and unhappy advertisers: Welcome to Tokyo.
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    How to Make It a Hot Network SummerFive spicy tips for broadcast TV this summer (and beyond).
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    12 Hollywood Insiders Reveal Who’s Really Winning the Streaming WarsExecs, agents, producers, and publicists get candid about the town’s new power players.
  5. a long talk
    Conan’s Irish Good-byeThe departing late-night host on his 28-year run and his trick for staying childlike forever.
  6. streamliner
    Which Free Streaming Services Should You Be Using?How to tell apart your Pluto from your Xumo.
  7. the streaming wars
    The Hottest Streamer (Right Now)Who is winning the platform wars?
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    It’s About to Get Real for Apple TV+Why those extra-long free trials are (finally) coming to an end.
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    Seinfeld Won’t Be Streaming Anywhere for a While, and That’s Good for NetflixLet the demand build.
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    Say Your Good-byes, Seinfeld Is Leaving Hulu This MonthDon’t worry, it’ll be on Netflix (eventually).
  11. tv
    Chrissy Teigen’s Surprise Never Have I Ever Guest Role Has Been ScrappedIt’s probably related to those Courtney Stodden tweets.
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    Can MGM Help Amazon’s Video Business Roar?A closer look at the big deal of the week.
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    Lessons From HBO Max’s First YearAfter a bumpy start, the streaming service seems to be back on track.
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    When Network TV Gives Up: Franchises, Reboots, and Very Few LaughsThe Big Four’s fall slates aren’t promising.
  15. fall tv
    Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s Final Season to Premiere After the OlympicsBut don’t expect any NBC comedies this fall.
  16. the streaming wars
    You Can Get HBO Max for $5 Less If You Don’t Mind AdsBut you won’t get access to the same-day movie premieres.
  17. the industry
    3 Big Questions About the WarnerMedia-Discovery DealHBO Max, meet Discovery+.
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    When a Quibi Becomes a RokuPlus: People are watching Pan Am again?
  19. the streaming wars
    The Real Story Behind Netflix’s Top 10 Lists And what the company is doing to them next.
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    IMDb TV Wants to Win the Free Streaming WarsA look at why the ad-supported service is so important to Amazon.
  21. the streaming wars
    Inside Netflix’s Quest to End ScrollingHow the company is working to solve one of its biggest threats: decision fatigue.
  22. ouch
    The 2021 Oscars Were the Least Watched EverLess than half of the viewership of the previous Oscars.
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    The Netflix Subscriber Slowdown Isn’t Really a Problem (Yet)Let’s break down the the company’s latest data.
  24. the streaming wars
    Shudder Knows What You’ll Stream This SummerHow the horror streamer built a service even the snobbiest superfans would approve of.
  25. hardware
    Is the Apple TV Remote Finally Good?After nearly 15 years, a new Apple TV remote is on the way.
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    Why Didn’t Netflix Just Buy Sony?Plus: Amazon Prime passes the 200 million mark.
  27. hardware
    The New Roku Remote Has a Fancy Apple TV ButtonThe move underscores Roku’s importance in the streaming universe.
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    Smaller Things: 7 Hidden Streaming GemsFrom L.A. Law to Showtime at the Apollo.
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    The Snyder Cut Has Already Done Its Job for HBO MaxAll the ways the new Justice League is helping the fledgling streamer.
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    How Disney+ Changed Streaming in 16 Months100 million subscribers agree.
  31. tv ratings
    17 Million People Watched Meghan Markle Topple the MonarchyAn eye-popping average audience.
  32. vulture guides
    Which Streaming Service Do You Actually Want?Helping you navigate the many, many, many, many, many, many, many options out there.
  33. streaming
    Paramount+ Is Here. Is It Too Late?Consumers will have to decide whether their monthly budgets allow for one more plus sign.
  34. awards season
    The Golden Globes Ratings Were a Disaster of Epic ProportionsThere simply is no sugarcoating how awful these numbers are.
  35. start getting real
    Real World Season 1 Reunion Drops Trailer, Gen X WeepsThey all still look great.
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    Paramount+ Is Mining for Nostalgia. Will It Work?A look at the strategy behind the latest streaming service to join the market.
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    Comedy Central Is Getting the Brands Back Together for Paramount+Specials from Amy Schumer and movies from the Workaholics and Beavis and Butt-Head guys are on the way.
  38. late night
    The Amber Ruffin Show Will Air on NBC for Two WeeksMore eyes on Amber? We support this.
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    The Other Queen’s GambitHow broadcast TV is still putting up a fight in the streaming age.
  40. true story!
    The Original 7 Strangers Are Headed to Paramount+ for a Real World ReunionThe OG cast of the landmark reality show are having a Homecoming on the new streamer’s launch day.
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    The Streaming Price Wars Have BegunServices are doing everything they can to fight customer churn.
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    Apple TV+ Is Doing Better Than You ThinkTed Lasso isn’t the only thing that’s working.
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    Does Peacock Need the Olympics?The streaming service has gained some momentum, but there are still hurdles ahead.
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    Do Netflix’s Financials Finally Make Sense?The company’s latest earnings report was full of positive news.
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    What Will TV’s Next Four Years Look Like?Cable news and late-night TV have their work cut out for them.
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    The 5 Stories That Shaped the Streaming Industry This YearFrom Baby Yodas to Roku battles, there was plenty of drama in 2020.
  47. let’s make a deal
    Is HBO Max on Roku? Yes!!!Finally, a big update.
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    The Price of Disney+ Is Going Up in 2021We hope Baby Yoda is worth it.
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    Sony Buys Crunchyroll From AT&T for $1.2 BillionThe platform has over 90 million registered users around the world.
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    The Streaming Future Is Already Here for the Movie BusinessWarner Bros. is just the latest to join the club.
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