News, comparisons and advice to help you make sense of streaming.
The film version of Lin-Manuel Miranda's Broadway hit isn't exactly like going to the theater, but it still delivers a theatrical thrill. And at far less the cost.
See the Hamilton trailer here. Plus, here's everything you need to know about watching the movie online from your TV, phone or desktop.
The beauty of live TV streaming services is that you can always cancel.
NBCUniversal struck a licensing deal for Peacock to stream some programming from ViacomCBS, which operates its own rival streaming service CBS All Access.
Commentary: Now is the time to watch Dark. I'm begging you.
Too many services, too little budget? Get ready to slash your streaming costs while still watching everything you want.
Amazon takes on Netflix Party with a new feature that will let you watch TV shows and movies from your laptop or desktop.
Streaming this month on Peacock, the adaptation of Aldous Huxley's sci-fi classic is absorbing but nebulous.
|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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