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Netflix is reportedly reviving 'Gilmore Girls'

Netflix is bringing back the beloved TV series Gilmore Girls, adding to its roster of revivals, TVLine is reporting.

The series, which followed a young, coffee-obsessed single mother (played by Lauren Graham) and her teenage daughter (Alexis Bledel) in an upper-middle-class suburban Connecticut town, aired for seven seasons on the WB and CW networks in the United States. 235 more words

Netflix raised the price of its standard streaming plan by $1

Yesterday, Netflix cost $9 per month for most new subscribers. Today, Oct. 8, it costs $10.

“To continue adding more TV shows and movies including many Netflix original titles, we are modestly raising the price for some new members in the US, Canada and Latin America,” a Netflix spokesman told Quartz. 219 more words

Steven Soderbergh is making an interactive "choose your own adventure" project for HBO

Several entertainment publications are reporting that HBO is developing a project in which the audience will control what happens in the story.

Deadline reports that the project is an “experimental film” called  462 more words

The Emmys: A Breakthrough for Women and Race?

Since the Emmy Awards were on last night I feel compelled to write at least something about them on my TV blog about TV. I will keep it brief in order to stop myself from veering into my personal opinion territory, because let’s face it you don’t want to read my 1,000 word rant about […]


Streaming wars: Amazon launches an improved Fire TV to rival the new Apple TV

Apple was the talk of the town last week when it announced a long-awaited upgrade to its streaming media and gaming device, the Apple TV. Among its new features are an App Store (for the first time ever), universal voice search (with Siri integration), and a redesigned remote (with an emphasis on gaming). 614 more words

Much of the world has faster Netflix than the US

There are a lot of things the world does better than the US: Literacy, life expectancy, general happiness, and, of course, soccer. You can now add Netflix to that list. 286 more words

You'll soon be able to watch astronauts in ultra-HD on NASA's new TV channel

Your odds of becoming an astronaut today are slim, no matter where you are in the world. Astronaut selection rates from the world’s public and private space agencies range from 4% down to a tiny fraction of a percent. 388 more words