The State of Streaming Content

In this day and age, streaming content is king. Gone are the days of endlessly flipping through channels on the… MORE
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Here’s some of your comedy favorites streaming on HBO Max right now

And just like that, another new streaming service comes out of the woodwork to rival Netflix. And while it certainly… MORE
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The trailers for the revived “Saved By The Bell” and “Punky Brewster” are bringing us serious nostalgia

NBC has been touting their new Peacock platform for a while. For a period of time, it seemed like we… MORE
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CollegeHumor launches subscription streaming service: DROPOUT

Old-school online comedy giant CollegeHumor is getting into the newer-school game of subscription streaming services. They just announced the launch of DROPOUT, its own ad-free, mixed-media subscription service. The cost? Free trials, of course; then $3.99 per month for the first three months; then tiered pricing: $3.99/month if you buy a year at a time, or up […]

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Netflix Orders Six More Episodes of ‘The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale’

Thanks to some news from Netflix today, Joel McHale gets to make more Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale. According to Variety, the streaming network has ordered six more episodes of the half-hour show, which will expand season 1 to a total of 19 episodes. The show was originally picked up for 13 episodes back […]

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Check Out the Trailer for Tig Notaro’s Netflix Standup Special ‘Happy to Be Here’

Tig Notaro heads to Netflix later this month with her new standup special Happy to Be Here, and today the streaming network dropped the trailer. Taped at the Heights Theater in Houston, the special is also directed by Notaro and counts Ellen DeGeneres as an executive producer. Notaro tackles “the comedic sides of marriage, parenting and […]

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Season 5 of ‘Arrested Development’ Premieres on May 29th

Not long after Mitch Hurwitz teased that the new season of Arrested Development would drop on Netflix “real soon,” the streaming network has finally announced the premiere date. Renewed nearly a year ago, the show returns to Netflix for its fifth season on Tuesday, May 29th, just a few weeks after the re-edited version of season 4 debuted. Here’s the logline for […]

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‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ Will End After Season 4

The upcoming season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt will be its last, but don’t worry – it might also head to the big screen afterward. According to Deadline, the show will wrap up its run after its fourth season of the show, which premieres its first six episodes on Netflix Wednesday, May 30th. Netflix and Universal […]

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Hulu Orders Mindy Kaling’s ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’ and Ramy Youssef and Jerrod Carmichael’s ‘Ramy’

Hulu just announced a bunch of news, including series orders for comedies from Mindy Kaling and Ramy Youssef. First up is an order for a limited series written and executive produced by Kaling and Matt Warburton based on the 1994 romantic comedy Four Weddings and a Funeral, which will follow “a group of friends as […]

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Season 5 of ‘Arrested Development’ Will Premiere “Real Soon,” and the ‘Season 4 Remix’ Premieres This Friday

Mitch Hurwitz just dropped two big Arrested Development scoops. On Twitter, Hurwitz confirmed that season 5 of the show will debut on Netflix “real soon,” and a re-edited version of season 4, which Hurwitz revealed he was working on way back in 2014, will be available on Netflix starting this Friday. The title of the […]

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