Nobody wants to pay full price for Paramount+, even if it has cool live channels and exclusives shows like Star Trek: Lower Decks. But it’s hard to pass up on today’s deal—ViacomCBS is currently offering a month of Paramount+ for $1 when you sign up through Amazon Channels.
Roku is replacing its popular Streaming Stick+ with a new product, the Streaming Stick 4K. At $50, it offers a ton of new features and improvements, such as a 30% faster startup time. The company has also announced a new Streaming Stick 4K+ player, a TCL Roku wireless soundbar, and the Roku OS 10.5 update.
Anker teased a Nebula 4K streaming dongle back in May, and now it’s finally here (albeit with little fanfare on Anker’s part). It gives you yet another option for streaming content and, while it’s a bit on the pricey side at $89.99, its included remote control might make it worthwhile.
We’re all pretty big zombie fans here at Review Geek. But while some of us like zombies in their original shambling form, I like mine with a little more brains than bite. Fortunately, iZombie offers just such a unique take on the iconic horror genre creature.
Google TV could be the latest platform to offer live TV channels for no extra charge. As reported by Protocol, these channels will likely appear in Google TV’s “Live” tab alongside services like Sling and YouTube TV, providing a seamless experience between free and paid live TV services.
HBO Max just announced a new promotion that’s almost too good to pass up. Today, WarnerMedia confirmed that both new and returning customers could get HBO Max for 50 percent off, just $7.49 per month for six months.
Starting today, September 15th, HBO is getting stripped from Amazon Prime video accounts. Users who’ve subscribed to HBO through the Amazon Prime service will have the account terminated due to HBO leaving Amazon Prime video. However, the streaming service and HBO’s content will still be available on all your favorite Amazon Fire devices.
Disney recently announced the remainder of its 2021 films would be released exclusively in theaters first before streaming on Disney+. So for everyone that planned on streaming new Disney movies right away, you’ll have to go back to the theaters and $18 popcorns.
The Witcher is a perfect combination of rich fantasy, well-built and developed characters, and some pretty awesome swordplay. I’ve already watched the show three times all the way through and am currently watching it again because it’s just that good.
Amazon is finally expanding hardware support for its Luna cloud gaming service to devices it should have supported from the beginning, like Amazon’s own Fire tablets. When the service debuted last year, we weren’t all that impressed, even though it was available for PC, Mac, iOS, and Amazon Fire TV devices, but not Fire tablets or Android.