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Spider-Man: Far From Home’s Tom Holland Says the Movie is a Love Letter to Robert Downey Jr.

The cast of Spider-Man: Far From Home discuss tributes to Iron Man, Mysterio and more in our exclusive interview.

Posted by The Rotten Tomatoes Channel on Friday, July 12, 2019

There’s so much great stuff on TV, we know. But as cord-cutting becomes more common and networks like Starz, FX, HBO, and CBS decide to stop playing nice with the likes of Netflix and launch their own streaming/subscription video on demand (SVOD) platforms or other over-the-top services (OTT), the question is becoming less about what to watch and instead about where to find it.

The soon-to-launch DC Universe will have original TV programming like a Harley Quinn animated series and Titans, a live-action series featuring the Teen Titans characters. (Read our coverage “New DC Universe Details and Photos Released, Beta Access Sign-Up Opens.”) Apple’s embracive upcoming programming slate includes partnerships with both Oprah Winfrey and Steven Spielberg. And, after licking its wounds from failures like Seeso, NBCUniversal apparently considered a streaming service that would pay you to watch it. The NBC app, where you can watch reruns of Heroes and Saved by the Bell as well as current shows like This Is Us, already exists.

For TV Addicts Who Love an Accent: Acorn TV

Acorn TV  subscription-based streaming service is one whose “audience is sophisticated, demanding, and passionate about content,” according to General Manager Matthew Graham at the winter 2018 Television Critics Association press tour. Its programming is from the likes of the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. These include adaptations of Agatha Christie classics, such as 2016’s The Witness for the Prosecution (100% Tomatometer), and legal dramas like Ireland’s Striking Out (71% Tomatometer).

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