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What’s New on Amazon Prime Video in Canada: February 2022

We’re rounding the corner into February and Amazon has shared what’s coming next month to Prime Video in Canada. Highlights include the Canadian Amazon Original series, LOL: Last One Laughing Canada coming on February 18, while season four of Marvelous Mrs. Maisel also debuts the same day. On February 1, the 2015 film, Steve Jobs, will become...

What’s New on Bell’s Crave for February 2022

Bell Media has shared what’s coming to its Crave streaming service in February 2022, with the latter also set to commemorate Black History Month with highlighted programming. Other highlights include the new Showtime series, Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber, plus the movie premiere of Clint Eastwood's Cry Macho. Crave + HBO + Movies –...

Apple Closes Multi-Year Film Deal With Skydance Media

According to Deadline, Apple has signed a multi-year contract with film producer-financier Skydance Media for the development and production of an annual slate of live-action movies to be released as Apple Original Films. The agreement extends Skydance Media's existing relationship with the tech and streaming giant, which already covered a number of live-action films and a...

Apple TV+ Ad ‘Everyone But Jon Hamm’ to Debut During NFL Playoffs [VIDEO]

Apple TV+ shared a new ad today, titled “Everyone but Jon Hamm.” The 1-minute ad features the Mad Men star highlighting famous Hollywood actors part of the Apple TV+ library…except for himself. Check it out below: https://youtu.be/VD3wy3drkyA According to AdWeek, the ad campaign above is from TBWA\Media Arts Lab and will debut on Saturday during...

How to: Watch 2022 NFL Playoffs Live Stream Divisional Round

The 2022 NFL playoffs divisional round match ups are set for this weekend, and here’s how you can watch these games streaming live on the internet and TV, as we make our way to Super Bowl LVI in Los Angeles, California. After winning their wild card match ups, six winning teams move onto the divisional...

Netflix Shares Drop 20% After Forecast of Slowing Subscriber Growth

Netflix announced its Q4 2021 earnings on Thursday, revealing $7.71 billion in revenue and $1.33 earnings per share, plus also adding 8.28 million paid net subscriber additions, beating Wall Street estimates. But Netflix forecasted lower than expected paid subscriber growth for its upcoming Q1 2022, at 2.5 million versus the 3.98 million in the year...

What’s New on Disney+ in Canada: February 2022

Disney+ has revealed its list of titles coming to the streaming service in Canada for February 2022, which also includes new listings for Star and its hyped release of 'Pam & Tommy’, detailing the life of Canadian Pamela Anderson and former husband Tommy Lee. Check out what’s coming to Disney+ in Canada next month below:...

Discovery+ Streaming Service Now Available on LG Smart TVs in Canada

Back in October, the Discovery+ streaming service launched in Canada for $4.99 CAD per month with “limited ads”, while an ad-free version is available at $6.99 CAD. If you’re watching Discovery+, you can now view it on LG smart televisions in Canada, announced the latter on Thursday. "We are thrilled to add LG Smart TVs...

What’s New on Netflix Canada: February 2022

Netflix Canada has shared its list of shows and movies coming to the streaming service for February 2022. Check out the full list below of what’s coming to Netflix Canada next month, including ‘Dungeon Dwarves’ to Netflix Games. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WanAmgOCApI February 1 My Best Friend Anne Frank 🇳🇱-- NETFLIX FILM Gabby's Dollhouse: Season 4 -- NETFLIX...

Apple TV+ to Stream ‘Lincoln’s Dilemma’ Documentary Series on Feb. 18

Apple TV+ announced on Thursday it will be premiering a new documentary series “Lincoln’s Dilemma”, set to stream globally on February 18, 2022. The new four-part series is a "fresh exploration of President Lincoln and the complex journey to end slavery. Narrated by Jeffrey Wright and featuring the voices of Bill Camp as Abraham Lincoln...

Amazon Prime Video to Stream ‘LOL: Last One Laughing Canada’ on Feb. 18

Amazon announced Prime Video will stream its Original series, LOL: Last One Laughing Canada, starting on February 18, 2022. Canadian comedians part of the series will include: Caroline Rhea, Debra DiGiovanni, Dave Foley, Jon Lajoie, Tom Green, Mae Martin, Colin Mochrie, Brandon Ash-Mohammed, Andrew Phung, and K. Trevor Wilson. The comedy series is a competition that will put these 10 comedic talents against each other...