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This week’s What to Watch recs include the premiere of The Golden Bachelor, Wes Anderson’s Roald Dahl adaptation for Netflix, The Boys spinoff Gen V, new NBC series The Irrational, and Lamar Hunt U.S. Open soccer action. Welcome to fall (TV)!
To paraphrase Martha & The Vandellas’ “Dancing In the Street,” “Summer’s here and the time is right for watching more TV!” (The joke lands better if you sing it.) June TV’s coming in hot with over 175 new and returning shows and movie premieres, so let’s start watching—and dancing, if you’re into it.
Experience the thrills and chills of every major sports event in 2023 with our regularly-updated TV sports schedule.
Catch your favorite show, film, or musician with our list of upcoming awards shows.
Love animated shows? Here’s our most-anticipated animated premieres of 2023 from Netflix, Disney+, Max, and Amazon Prime.
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Here at CableTV.com, spooky is less of a phase and more of a bloody way of life. We summon our inner demons to give our readers the best in horror all year long.
CableTV.com’s official hub for all things anime has the latest in simulcasts, upcoming premieres, viewing recommendations, and more.
How we watch live sports rapidly changes with each season. We don’t want to leave you hanging on game day. So we research and rate the best viewing options for specific leagues and events.
Looking to cozy up to your TV this holiday season? Well, you’ve come to the right place. At CableTV.com, we’re all about those holiday feels, deals, and meals.
We may be called CableTV.com, but we absolutely love our streaming TV. You might call streaming our dirty little secret. Ready to cut the cord and jump into TV streaming? Let the editorial team at CableTV.com help you navigate the waters of TV streaming.
Entertainment recommendations for everyone
Lost in a sea of TV possibilities? Let our experts guide you to the best shows and movies streaming now.
April, May, and June were loaded with some killer new TV series—and The Idol, whatever that was. Here are our favorites of 2023 so far; we’ll catch up again in October.
The old joke about scrolling through Netflix titles for hours without actually watching anything is all too real. Fortunately, we’ve managed to pull together 150+ recommendations for shows and movies worth checking out on Netflix.
Netflix is known for its original content, and Prime Video is all about sheer quantity of movies and TV shows—Hulu falls somewhere in the middle. With thousands of hours of acquired content and a respectable slate of original productions, Hulu has—excuse the cliché—something for everyone.
Other streaming services, like Netflix and Prime Video, might have more movies and TV shows, but HBO Max makes up for its smaller quantity with quality. For one, it gives you access to the HBO vault, which includes decades of acclaimed series. For two, HBO Max’s own shows (a.k.a. Max Originals like Hacks and The Flight Attendant) have improved markedly since its 2020 launch.
Amazon Prime Video, one of the biggest on-demand streaming services in both reach and quantity of content, is slowly establishing itself as a competitor for original TV shows and movies. It’s no threat to Netflix or Hulu yet, but Prime Video is slowly catching up.
Disney+ has nearly 700 TV shows and movies in its Scrooge McDuck vault—where even to begin? We got the ball rolling with our Movies to Watch on Disney+ recommendations guide, and now we’re expanding into TV series and even more movies. Sure, there’s a little overlap, but have you ever complained about taking the same ride twice at Disneyland? Didn’t think so.