From Harlem’s Samuelsson To The Roadshow PBS Starts Streaming Service On Amazon

As streaming wars escalate, PBS is launching a new U.S. subscription video-on-demand platform, PBS Living, this Thursday on Amazon’s Prime Video Channels. Continue Reading →

Netflix Price Increases Have Consumers Considering Canceling Their Subscription

Netflix, which last week raised its monthly subscription prices reports Consumer Affairs for all 58 million of its U.S. subscribers, may see a slight drop in its subscriber count in response to price increases, a new study suggests. Continue Reading →

Harlem Nights Remains Eddie Murphy’s Only Work As Director

While Eddie Murphy’s 1989 directorial debut Harlem Nights may not have been the hit that he was hoping for, the crime comedy did receive acclaim for its visual appeal. Continue Reading →

Nooo, New Software Could Crack Down And Upset Everyone With An Account On Netflix

New technology unveiled at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas could put an end to account sharing on streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu reports Consumer Affairs. Continue Reading →

Danielle Brooks Of “Orange Is The New Black” To Host New Season Of ‘AfroPoP’

Award-winning actress Danielle Brooks, star of Netflix’s blockbuster series Orange Is the New Black, has been named the host of the eleventh season of the public television series AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange. Continue Reading →

Netflix Turns Back On “Luke Cage” By Canceling The Marvel Comic Harlem Hero

Popular Marvel series “Luke Cage” has been canceled by Netflix just days after it canceled others shows says the source. Continue Reading →

Best 5 “Luke Cage” Marvel Comic Collectibles

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Luke Cage, also known as “take no prisoners” Power Man, was born 1972, in Harlem. He is a fictional superhero that appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. Continue Reading →

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