Yet another streaming service is upon us. NBC Peacock is officially set to launch on July 15th (However, Xfinity Internet and T.V. customers can watch it now on the Xfinity Flex.) With the launch of Peacock nearly upon us, I thought it was time to cover the service in detail. NBC Peacock Will Have Two [Continue Reading]
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What does it mean to love in the modern era? You might watch “Modern Love” to find out, although admittedly, human connection has changed lately. Even so, the eight-episode anthology series streaming on Amazon Prime is still well worth a watch. The show is based on the New York Times column in which people share [Continue Reading]
If you are a cord cutter, there is no reason to miss shows on Starz like Outlander, Power, and American Gods. Check out this 1-week free trial to the Starz App and not only will you get to see your favorite Starz original show the day it airs, but you have the entire Starz library [Continue Reading]
As with most channels on cable, you can watch CMT live and on-demand without paying a small fortune to a cable TV provider. All you need is a streaming device like a Roku and a streaming service that carries CMT. Here are a few of the cable-free ways you can stream CMT online in order of [Continue Reading]
HBO Max currently only supports a handful of devices, and they are currently missing support for Roku and Amazon Fire TV. While we all hope this issue is resolved soon, the good people over at the FireTV subreddit figured out how to watch HBO Max on your Amazon Fire TV device. The process involves “side-loading” the android version [Continue Reading]