Disney today shared additional details on its planned streaming service, which will be called Disney+.
Disney+, which will be home to Disney, Star Wars, and Marvel content, is set to launch in „late 2019,“ more than two years after it was first announced in August 2017.
Along with the name for the service, Disney today also shared details on additional content that’s coming to Disney+. Disney is creating a second Star Wars live-action series for the service that’s set to go into production next year.
The series will follow the adventures of Rebel spy Cassian Andor during the formative years of the Rebellion and prior to the events of [...]
Blizzard this week introduced an all-new Apple TV app that will allow fans to stream content from BlizzCon 2018 on their 4th or 5th generation Apple TV. For those who can’t make it to the Anaheim, California event in person, Blizzard has always provided numerous ways for users to watch panels and videos live (on mobile and BlizzCon.com), but this marks the first year the company has built an app specifically for Apple TV.
While the app and some of its content are free, to get the most out of BlizzCon TV [Direct Link] you’ll need to purchase a $49.99 „Virtual Ticket“ from Blizzard. This allows you to unlock all of the content to stream on [...]
It’s now been just over four months since AT&T completed its acquisition of Time Warner, and today AT&T has made a move to streamline WarnerMedia assets with the discontinuation of classic film streaming service FilmStruck. The service is now warning visitors to its website that it will be shutting down on November 29, 2018, and as of today is no longer enrolling new subscribers (via Variety).
FilmStruck was available on iOS and tvOS, but it appears that the app has been removed from both App Stores. On iOS, a search for „FilmStruck“ guides users to TCM’s new streaming app Watch TCM.
All current FilmStruck subscribers will receive [...]