If you’ve found yourself binging more TV than usual during the pandemic, you’re not alone.
Good news for those missing live theatre, Hamilton is coming to Disney+.The Grammy-Award-, Pulizter-Prize-, and 11-time-Tony-Award-winning musical will be available to stream on July 3.
Amazon has announced it’s launching Prime Video Store for Canada, which will allow those with an Amazon account to digitally rent or buy new movie releases.
If you're not working during the pandemic, the chances are probably high you've been binge-watching anything and everything on Neftlix. 
If you’ve been following the instructions of the Province and social distancing the last few weeks, you may have been using the extra time to catch up on the TV shows and movies you’ve been meaning
Good news for Canadians stuck at home with not much to do; Bell Media announced it will be offering Canadians a free trial of their streaming service Crave.
TORONTO -- Netflix is lowering video quality for its subscribers in Canada as it attempts to reduce soaring demands on internet bandwidth in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
With more and more businesses having made the difficult decision to shut down completely, or have their employees work from home, you likely have a lot more time on your hands these days.
One of the best things about everyone being forced to stay away from each other and avoid socializing has been streaming services.
Currently, pretty much anything you could think of to do to entertain yourself has closed, and if the one place you enjoy going hasn't closed yet, by some miracle, it very likely will before the en