With CIA women on our cover, this week's roundup focuses on female protagonists in sitcoms, documentaries and more.
Curated playlists that favor U.S. musicians are having a detrimental effect on U.K. acts in the music charts, says Polydor boss.
Including "Laverne and Shirley," a docu-series about bull riders and a sweet (sorry) British baking show.
From 'Stranger Things' and a film adaptation of 'The Little Prince' to recently-added '90s crime and rom rom classics.
The onboard streaming app will offer 200 hours of digital films and TV shows.
If you're watching "Game of Thrones" through illicit means, you may be in trouble.
Looking for Prince on Spotify? Too bad.
Educational media for kids will be available all day on a new television channel as well as via live stream.
Though TV revolutionized home life, U.K. teenagers and children now spend more time online.
"The Get Down," set in the South Bronx in the 1970s, is slated for a debut sometime in 2016.
The company is hoping to counter slowing growth in the U.S., and is exploring options for China.
The war of the streaming services hots up.
From conveniently idiotic to horrifyingly awful, prepare for the onslaught of new terrible holiday movies by reliving old ones.
Tig Notaro's new pilot, John Mulaney's second chance and "The Wolfpack"—the most haunting documentary of the year—are all new to streaming this week.