The set-top-box maker is on track to stream 2.7 billion hours this year.
Rebecca Eaton, longtime executive producer of Masterpiece, reveals the creative risks she took to reinvent a failing series.
"We did a couple of drastic things. We changed the name. And we organized the programming, different genres, started doing more social media. We didn’t change the programs, we just changed the on-air look of them and the marketing of them. And it worked."
“Year after year we watched him push himself beyond what we could possibly imagine. You had to try to keep up with the guy—it only seemed fair.”
It’s surprisingly effective storytelling, if you ignore how dumb the jokes are.
The television counts among a handful of designs that most dramatically changed 20th-century society. As this illustrated poster by Reddit user CaptnChristiana visualizes, the design has evolved mightily since the boxy retro contraptions of yesteryear, like the Emyvisor and the Marconi. With flatscreens and high-definition displays that can seem crisper and more colorful than reality itself, 21st-century viewers are comparatively spoiled.
It’s time for House Delaware to embrace their new official motto, “We’re in Delaware”—at the edge of a blade, if they must.
Don’t want cable, but do want to binge-watch Game of Thrones on HBO Go? Here’s the “secret recipe” for doing it.
"It’s not dead. It’s resting."
To help launch Dating Naked, the network sent a troupe of dancers to show off more than their skills in public.
What’s it look like when two people who’ve never met before take each other’s clothes off? Find out in this video that also serves as a promo for “Masters of Sex.”
Chuck Hogan talks to Co.Create about forging a creative partnership with Guillermo del Toro that led to the three books that make up The Strain trilogy as well as a television series on FX.