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The cable firm will send letters this week inviting 40,000 of its TiVo set-top box subscribers to download the new Netflix TV app
The days of True Blood are officially numbered. HBO has confirmed it is cancelling the violent, highly sexual vampire television drama after the next season.
Netflix has signed a deal with another major film production company, bagging the streaming rights to every Weinstein Company film from 2016.
Deal values online youth empire that started as a local magazine at a hefty $1.4bn
'I want him here. He needs to leave his safety zone,' says Briton following his gruelling victory over Dane
At long last, Hollywood's great polymath is making his stage debut. Nikhil Kumar reports on the actor's role as a legendary tabloid journalist – and the thousands clamouring for tickets
Guest will write, direct and appear in his BBC One debut 'Family Tree'
The grounbreaking cable channel is celebrating four decades of making great TV. So, what were they up to before The Sopranos and Co? Tim Walker finds out
Until now, the closest former US presidential challenger Rick Santorum had got to HBO was when Tony Soprano saluted "Senator Sanitorium" for his comparison of homosexuality to bestiality. No more!
David Starkey, your time is up. For restoring women to Restoration history, I love Dr Lucy
Malcolm Tucker might call it an "omni-*******-shambles". Viewers watching The Thick Of It in the US were instead presented with a 30 minute Morse Code bulletin after the BBC “beeped” out the political satire’s notorious swearing.
Racehorse is put to death after falling at track during making of second series of HBO show
The Way I See It: Merchant remembers all the promises, all the claims to immortality, all the baloney – and, when required, he throws it back at them, in a blast of reality
Killing off the main character in a hit TV series is risky. But Game of Thrones seems to have survived, says Sarah Hughes
The latest gem from HBO, this offbeat sitcom stars Jason Schwartzmann as an author who sets himself up as an unlicenced detective, and then bumbles through cases alongside his neurotic friend, Zac Galifianakis, and a high-living magazine editor, Ted Danson.