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“South Park” Lawsuit Filed Against Paramount

Warner Brothers Discovery is sending a clear message to its competitor, Paramount – they are taking legal action against them. The center of the lawsuit is South Park, the long-running animated show that debuted on Comedy Central in 1997, a channel owned by Paramount. At

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Cable rivals rely on bigger stars for their streaming ambitions

Although they insist that the program must continue on, the Showtime name, at least not in the same form as it has for almost 50 years, will not. Showtime is joining forces with Paramount and changing its name to Paramount+ with Showtime as part of

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Netflix adds 2.4 million new members in the third quarter, reversing its fall.

Netflix reversed customer losses and presented a little more optimistic prognosis than Wall Street predicted, estimating that a new ad-supported streaming option will help recruit 4.5 million members by the end of the year. From July through September, Netflix added 2.4 million new customers globally,

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Animators Call Warner Bros. Out on Hbo Max Removal of Animated Movies

This has been a hard few weeks for a certain sector of the entertainment industry – animators. Because Hbo Max unexpectedly removed twenty five animated films from its library in mid-August, animators have been impacted. According to The Wrap, many individuals behind the shows were

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Disney+ isn’t just for kids anymore.

For Disney Plus users, three years ago was a momentous occasion. It was what they referred to as the family entertainment network. That meant they could watch R-rated movies. As a result, they have been forbidden from signing on to the platform. They could watch

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Netflix is cracking down on password sharing.

Is this familiar? You want to watch a movie marathon. You fire up your laptop and log into Netflix to choose which account you want to watch with, but the account is not yours. Your mom, your friend across the country, your cousins, or your