In the technology world, it’s an ever growing battle between technology and the services that provide them. One side wants to innovate, but the other side wants money on the booming project. Thus we have cable providers angry and the cable publishers and so on. The latest trend seems to be internet providers getting angry with, well, the content they are supposed to provide.
Netflix is flexing its muscles once again by bringing what has become known as Star Wars: The Clone Wars - The Lost Missions to the millions of subscribers of their streaming services. If fans of "a Galaxy Far, Far Away" weren't already plugged into their services, I'm sure they are now. Not only has the company acquired the rights for the sixth season's thirteen episodes, but all five of the previous seasons which were originally only available through Cartoon Network and on Blu-ray and DVD.
In just a little over a week's time, Lucasfilm will at long last release the final episodes of Star Wars The Clone Wars (called The Lost Missions) on Netflix. If you're an eager fan (as I am) that still seems like way too long. Fortunately, a new look at the final season has been released via a brand new official trailer. Come inside to check it out!
Fans have been eagerly awaiting the fate of the final episodes of the last season of The Clone Wars, which never got to air on TV. While we've know this bonus content, referred to as "The Lost Missions" were going to come to us in some form, there hasn't been any official information on when (or how) fans would get them. Now we finally have our answer: Netflix. Hit the jump for more info and a brand new clip!
We heard not too long ago that Marvel was looking into bringing several other TV series' based on their comic book characters, and today brings some details on them. Marvel has announced an exclusive deal with Netflix to bring four different shows based on Daredevil, Iron Fist, Luke Cage, and Jessica Jones to the streaming platform all leading up to a Defenders TV series! Come inside to check out the press release and details!
A marketing survey has revealed that Warner Brothers is considering starting their own online movie streaming service that would compete directly with companies like Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu Plus.
So it's finally happened. After months of waiting, we'll finally get to here more about Redbox's plans to move into the streaming/subscription service game. It was only a matter of time before Redbox, arguably Netflix's biggest competitor, moved into the online market. Now Redbox finally has, and has brought on a friend to help them: the biggest cell phone company in the United States of America—Verizon Wireless. Read more about this potentially huge partnership after the break.
Just when I was losing faith in Netflix, they practically MADE me come back.
Netflix seems to think it has a winner with Instant Watch, but will their plan to syphon off their DVD package kill both their company AND online streaming as we know it?
Hulu is going up for sale and several massive companies are extremely interested in the stakes. While everyone is currently examining the business structure of the company, Netflix seems to be happy sitting aside. Oddly enough, Hulu says that is exactly what they wanted to happen.