Virgin Media has announced a range of services available at no charge including some pay TV plus additional mobile data, minutes and texts to help with access to learning resources, staying connected and keeping entertained during the latest lockdown.
Just before Christmas, Disney announced that Star, its international version of Hulu, would be rolling out to Disney+ subscribers outside the US on Feb 23rd. It’s now revealed some of the lineup that will bring more mature viewing to the streaming service.
Updated 12-Jan-2021: There’s a double header of new Marvel releases to get things rolling for Disney+ in 2021 with WandaVision the first of the promised shows with MCU characters making the switch to the small-screen, long-form storytelling.
Sky has announced the launch of the Amazon Prime Video app on its Sky Q and NOW TV platforms as well as confirmed that the NOW TV app will appear on select Fire TV devices and Fire TV Edition smart TVs for the first time.
Updated 12-Jan-2021: New year, new hopes, new vaccines, 2021 will bring many things that we’re looking forward to but one thing’s for sure, there will also be new content from the world’s largest streamer.