StreamElements, who work with all four of the major social streaming services we know, released new numbers that negate Ninja's move to Mixer.
As part of VidCon's 10th anniversary, Nike will be bringing in the Nike Sport Court to the Anaheim Convention Center, along with some big names.
If you're a YouTube or Twitch creator and you're not paying attention to the European Union's Article 13 that's up for vote, now's the time to start.
Nintendo announced on Twitter that they will be shutting down the Nintendo Creators Program next month to make it easier for creators to monetize content.
You may know Jimmy O. Yang as his show-stealing on-screen alter ego, Jian Yang, from HBO’s Silicon Valley. However, there’s much more to Yang than meets the eye.
Created by series star/executive producer Jacob A. Ware, limited webseries Driver Ed is an offbeat comedy directed by Amanda Cowper and executive produced by Trish Harnetiaux; with music by Missy Mazzoli, Rob Cantor, and Rob Erickson. Check out our 'Tribeca 2018 Takeaway' review of the series.
We go Overboard with Eugenio Derbez in this interview for his new film, and discover he still hasn't met Goldie Hawn.
In honor of 2018's edition of Star Wars Day, Bleeding Cool wants to remind you that television's had a love affair with legendary sci-fi franchise for years -- but we don't play around with the "standards" or clichés around here, people!
Would David Tennant and Robert Sheehan make great criminals? Director Dean Devlin seems to think so with his new film, Bad Samaritan.
The scientific and supernatural worlds are set to collide in out first look at Strange Angel, CBS All Access' new drama series from Mark Heyman (Black Swan); and directed/executive produced David Lowery (A Ghost Story).
Typecast is a proposed comedy that follows a trio of actors who are just trying to get by -- finding roles and paying the bills. The problem is that they're always getting typecast in the same kinds of roles -- in science fiction and horror projects. Why? Because they happen to also be monsters.
In the interest of trying to bring back a little something for everybody from the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival in New York City, I was able to hop a rail out to this past Friday's A Special Preview of Shadow of the Tomb Raider ahead of its announced September 14 drop.
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Even after more than 30 years, Ralph Macchio's Daniel LaRusso understands that his and Johnny Lawrence's (William Zabka) lives are destined to lead back to Cobra Kai.
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Up-and-coming comedy cabler (and I'm sure proud recipient of The Weekly Static's 2017 Most Valuable Player award) truTV took to the stage at today's Television Critics Association (TCA) to give details on three new series as well as announce the premiere dates for several returning series.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Paramount TV President Amy Powell updated fans on the status of the series adaptation of Anne Rice's The Vampire Chonicles with word that American Gods' Bryan Fuller is currently working with the Rices on the project and that work continues on the script.
We'll be getting back to the regular The Weekly Static grind next week; but this week, we're wrapping up 2017 in a pretty little bow with a look back at the five biggest television screw-ups from the past year.
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Saturday Night Live released a digital short that didn't make the cut for December 9th's James Franco-hosted edition of NBC's sketch comedy series.
No more Game of Thrones 'til 2019; Doctor Who is for Brexit voters, too; blasting The Exorcist homophobes; and more from the realm of television this week!
AMC has confirmed a release date for Ridley Scott's thriller series The Terror, along with a teaser trailer and first-look images.
Shudder has announced premiere dates for their international horror-thriller series Black Lake; and Season 2 of detective mystery-thriller series Jordskott.
Actor Will Smith's next adventure has him hosting National Geographic's upcoming event series One Strange Rock from Darren Aronofsky.
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