News, comparisons and advice to help you make sense of streaming.
Roku users who already have the YouTube TV app on their devices can still stream, but new YouTube TV customers can't sign up or download it on Roku.
The deal will license Sony Pictures library titles like Spider-Man, Jumanji and Hotel Transylvania franchises, as well as new big-screen movies coming out in 2022 through 2026.
Sling TV offers cord-cutters a wealth of live channels for an affordable price and Blue is a better deal than Orange, especially for football fans.
Netflix, Hulu, Disney Plus, HBO Max, Apple TV Plus, Peacock -- there's a lot to pick from. Here's how to narrow it down.
Netflix remains the top TV and movie streaming service thanks to its ease of use, lack of commercials and original content.
Over 100 services, scored and sorted into tiers.
Searching for more great shows like The Mandalorian? Let's round up Disney's best gems.
Max is here with lots of movies, Muppets and Friends to dethrone Netflix, but it's not cheap. And neither is Netflix. We compare the two head to head.
|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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