With No Time To Die pushed back for the third time, the timeliness that has contributed to the brand's success could be its downfall.
The Regency period was full of gossip and scandal, something Bridgerton gets right. However, it leaves out the period's grim record on slavery.
Industry experts see the shift away from theatrical releases as a sign that Hollywood studios are embracing the inevitable future. But is it as simple as that?
Canadians won't be able to stream 'Wonder Woman 1984' when it launches Christmas Day. Surfing streaming menus and reviews for what to watch and where may become a new Christmas movie tradition.
A new series has been announced by Netflix but the last time the game was adapted it wasn't exactly a success. The lack of coherent narrative within the expansive gaming world may be to blame.
A composer and performer talks about the impact of the pandemic on classical music performances and his experience composing in isolation.
The 97-year-old media conglomerate has changed its business strategy and is focusing most of its energy on its streaming platform, Disney+.
A battle is raging between distributors with expensive blockbusters and cinemas with empty seats.
The video game community on Twitch has taken a massive interest in chess. The young, irreverent gamers and the ancient world of chess are both transforming as their cultures collide.
Six hours of streaming video may be the equivalent of burning one litre of petrol.
If Ontario's de-streaming of high schools isn't accompanied with other efforts to address cultural norms and values, streaming in many other forms and guises will continue.
It may have a diverse cast but it erases the Black and Indigenous people who were there in the room and relegates women to the sidelines.
Netflix has added millions more subscribers as people practice social isolation to control the coronavirus. But service's diverse menu of content is not an efficient business model.
The streaming giant will struggle to continue its share price march otherwise
Netflix's competitors are multiplying, and they're ambitious. After Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV+, and a dozen others, Disney+ has lauched, and Netflix is clearly in the crossehairs.
In an era when all sorts of music seems to be at our fingertips through streaming services for under $10 a month, who is spending their hard-earned cash on vinyl?
Movie studios are launching their own streaming apps but record labels aren’t about to do the same.
Even though a Crave produced film has become the first ever Canadian documentary to open TIFF, video streaming services like Netflix raises challenges for filmmakers looking for domestic audiences.
Apple's decision to end iTunes for its new desktop operating system is an attempt to retain and regain market share from rival media platforms.
Something about Netflix's business model just doesn't add up – unless you look at the streaming service as a massive data collection company.