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Amazon Adopts Netflix ‘Mobile’ Plan with Prime Video Mobile Edition

Amazon Adopts Netflix ‘Mobile’ Plan with Prime Video Mobile Edition

Amazon India has launched a phone-only plan for Prime Video - it's called Prime Video Mobile Edition - to compete with Netflix's Rs. 199 Mobile-only plan, which is a global first for the e-commerce-f...

From WandaVision to Tandav, you can stream the following in

From WandaVision to Tandav, you can stream the following in January 2021

The wait for new content from Marvel Cinematic Universe is almost over. January 2021 will bring the first entry in the fourth phase of the MCU - WandaVision - after COVID-19 stripped us of everything...

Over 200 Indian Originals Were Released in 2020. Here Are All of Them

Streaming services became the centre of entertainment in 2020, what with all outdoor venues closed for the majority of the year owing to the pandemic. Thanks to COVID-19, the likes of Netflix, Amazon...

Amazon Prime Video’s “Watch Party” now in India. Here’s how

Amazon Prime Video’s “Watch Party” now in India. Here’s how to set it up

Amazon Prime Video's “Watch Party” feature - similar to a third-party Netflix party extension - is now available in India. With “Watch Party” you can stream a Prime Video title with up to 100...

The 10 Best TV Series of 2020

The 10 Best TV Series of 2020

TV became king of visual entertainment in 2020, thanks to COVID-19. With cinemas, theatres, and concert halls all closed due to the pandemic globally, everything — worthwhile or not — happened on ...

Netflix, Disney + Hotstar, Prime Video are now government regulated

Netflix, Disney + Hotstar, Prime Video are now government regulated

Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Disney + Hotstar are now government regulated. The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting is now responsible for online content providers (such as the three streami...

From the Laxmmi bomb to Ludo, which can be seen

From the Laxmmi bomb to Ludo, which can be seen in November

Diwali is in November and the week before is full of new streaming releases from India: the horror comedy Laxmmi Bomb, directed by Akshay Kumar, appears first on Disney + Hotstar, followed by Anurag B...