We’re reaching the end of the month, which means the Netflix release schedule is starting to thin out a bit. Other than the return of Spike Lee’s She’s Gotta Have It, there aren’t many obvious hits here when it comes to originals. If you’re looking for a great movie to watch though, the Best Picture winner Moonlight joins the service this week. The seventh season of Arrow is streaming on Tuesday as well, along with a comedy special from Wanda Sykes.
The three movies leaving the service this week are something of a mixed bag, but if you have just been dying to see Alec Baldwin play an animated baby, be sure to stream The Boss Baby before [...]
The series finale of Game of Thrones is upon us! For many Canadians, you may have subscribed to Crave with the HBO add-on exclusively to watch the final season live, but once the show is over you may have no desire to keep that subscription active. With Crave subscriptions set for auto-renewals, you’ll want to cancel your subscription before your credit card is charged for another month.
The process is pretty simple and must be done by logging into Crave.ca and going into account management.
Netflix gets a lot of attention and media coverage for the original TV series it commissions and licenses, including projects like Stranger Things and The Crown. As the second syllable of its name indicates, though, movies have always been a core of the service, with Netflix increasingly wanting to make a strong showing at the Oscars — and even eventually claim a “Best Picture” golden statuette for one of its original movies.
Netflix is definitely stepping up its game in this regard, with titles on the way this year including The Irishman. That’s Martin Scorsese’s $140 million picture about the story of a mob hitman and his relation to the [...]
The battle for streaming subscribers is really starting to heat up in 2019. There used to be a massive gap between Netflix and every other service out there, but that gap is slowly beginning to narrow. Now that Disney has acquired, well, pretty much everything, its upcoming Disney+ streaming service will likely become Netflix’s biggest threat the instant it launches later this year. The prospect of exclusive access to Marvel Cinematic Universe movies and the first-ever original shows created by Marvel Studios will be enough to rope in millions of people. On top of that, wildly popular shows like Friends are leaving Netflix as networks begin to launch their own streaming [...]