With Disney planning its own streaming service, consumers may end up spending as much as $800 a year to keep up with all their favorite shows.
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From Netflix and Amazon to DirecTV and YouTube, here’s a comprehensive list of 4K content you can enjoy right now.
The Netflix original series Ozark reminds critics of Breaking Bad and other anti-hero-based shows. But is it good enough to binge-watch?
The Witcher is uniquely suited to a serial TV format, which will hopefully make it a perfect match for Netflix's signature production style.
Netflix has removed several top shows and movies from its service. Here are other places where you can stream them.
You can watch your favorite shows and movies without an Internet connection if you follow these simple tips.
Don’t go over your monthly wireless data limit. Here’s how to tweak Netflix’s settings to control data usage.
Don't feel like you're getting your money's worth from Netflix? Here's how to cancel your subscription.
Growing demand for Netflix worldwide has led to aggressive phishing and malware campaigns aiming to steal your Netflix account credentials.
Users on and Tom's Guide forums and Twitter are reporting error screens on the Netflix smart TV app. Netflix confirms it's working on the problem.
Dish TV customers can now access Netflix right from their set-top box. We tried out this long-awaited feature, a first for any cable or satellite provider.
If you are looking to improve your Netflix experience, the Netflix Enhancer Chrome extension will add ratings and previews to Netflix info.
If you really can't wait to see "Orange is the New Black," you'll like the supercharged Netflix Roku app coming next Tuesday.
It isn't a big deal that Netflix recently raised its monthly subscription cost from $7.99 to $8.99 — especially since current subscribers will be locked into the $7.99 fee for the next two years. But would you pay as high as $15 per month? That’s how much
Netflix just raised its prices from $7.99 per month to $8.99 per month, increasing its yearly cost from $95.88 to $107.88
Are you an "Arrow" fan who missed an episode? A new viewer looking to catch up? Here's where to watch Oliver Queen's exploits online.
Why would you need another gadget plugged into your TV if you have the killer streaming-video app in your cable box? And where does this leave Amazon?