Apple TV+ invests in a small number of high-end original productions, consistent with the tech giant's premium product line.
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Streaming networks want pro wrestling's fervent, loyal audience, even if it's not as big as it was in the 1990s, the sport's heyday.
Netflix said in its earnings report last week that "Lupin" is set to rack up 70 million views in its first month, a new record.
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You can trace it back to the 1960s and the advent of the Black Stuntmen's Association.
Seventy-six million Netflix accounts have watched Henry Cavill and his dimpled chin fight monsters — for at least the first two minutes.
Some startups are hoping the concept reignites the music industry’s profits.