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Streaming in Canada on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV +, Crave, Netflix and PVOD [Jan. 25-31]
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Streaming in Canada on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV +, Crave, Netflix and PVOD [Jan. 25-31]

Weekly, MobileSyrup describes some of the most notable movies and TV shows to hit Canadian streaming platforms recently. Our 'Streaming in Canada' column generally focuses on new content from Amazon Prime Video Canada, Crave, and Netflix Canada, but other services such as Apple TV + and Disney + will be mentioned where relevant. We will also highlight shows or movies that are made in Canada, involve a notable Canadian cast or crew, and / or are filmed in Canada. Finally, with the COVID-19 pandemic causing many movies to hit digital platforms much earlier than planned, we will take note of the important movies, as well as any other notable news from the streaming service, to be included in this category when corresponds. Amazon Prime Video The great escapists [Amazon Original] He w...
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Zack Snyder’s Justice League to premiere in Canada at Crave on March 18

Warner Bros. has announced that Zack Snyder's Justice League It will launch in Canada exclusively on Crave on March 18. This is the same date the superhero movie will premiere on the US-exclusive HBO Max streaming service. The film is director Zack Snyder's four-hour cut of League of JusticeWarner Bros. DC's superhero movie, which first released in 2017 to mostly negative reviews. Snyder had worked on League of Justice for several months until he left the project after the death of his daughter, Avengers director Joss Whedon to come in and significantly rewrite and film the movie. After the poor reception of the theatrical version of League of Justice, a contingent of fans called for Snyder's version of the movie to be finished an...
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Warner Bros. Developing Harry Potter Live-Action Series For HBO Max: Report

Warner Bros. is producing a live action Harry Potter series for HBO Max, according to a report by The Hollywood Reporter. According to media sources, the series is "in early development", and Warner Bros. is currently engaged "in multiple conversations with potential writers exploring various ideas that would bring the beloved property to television." In response to The Hollywood Reporter, a Warner Bros. representative denied that a Harry Potter series was even in development. Given the silence of the company, there are many doubts about the series. First and foremost is how it would be available to Canadians, as HBO Max is only available in the US. Presumably, the series would come to Crave in Canada, given WB's parent company War...
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Here’s what’s coming to Crave in February 2021

Bell has announced that all content will arrive on its Crave video streaming platform in February. We've broken down all of the new content below by date and all times are in ET. We've also separated the different shows and movies based on what level of Crave they are on. Crave has three levels: Basic, Crave + Movies + HBO, and Starz Programming. In addition to Crave's regular $ 9.99 CAD monthly cost, Crave + Movies + HBO costs an additional $ 9.99 per month and Starz costs an additional $ 5.99 per month. Additionally, Crave is available at iOS, Android, Apple TV, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 5 and more. February 1st Friday (HBO + Movies) and (Starz) Lennox Lew: The Untold Story February 2nd Fake celebrities at 9 p.m. ET (HBO + ...
Streaming in Canada on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV +, Crave, Disney + and Netflix [Jan. 4-10]
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Streaming in Canada on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV +, Crave, Disney + and Netflix [Jan. 4-10]

Weekly, MobileSyrup reviews some of the most notable movies and TV shows to hit Canadian streaming platforms recently. Our 'Streaming in Canada' column generally focuses on new content from Amazon Prime Video Canada, Crave, and Netflix Canada, but other services such as Apple TV + and Disney + will be mentioned where relevant. We will also highlight shows or movies that are made in Canada, involve a notable Canadian cast or crew, and / or are filmed in Canada. Finally, with the COVID-19 pandemic causing many movies to hit digital platforms much earlier than planned, we will take note of the important movies, as well as any other notable news from the streaming service, to be included in this category when corresponds. Amazon Prime Video Shirley Based on the novel of the same name ...
Streaming in Canada on Amazon Prime Video, Crave, Disney + and Netflix [Dec. 28-Jan.3]
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Streaming in Canada on Amazon Prime Video, Crave, Disney + and Netflix [Dec. 28-Jan.3]

Weekly, MobileSyrup reviews some of the most notable movies and TV shows to hit Canadian streaming platforms recently. Our 'Streaming in Canada' column generally focuses on new content from Amazon Prime Video Canada, Crave, and Netflix Canada, but other services such as Apple TV + and Disney + will be mentioned where relevant. We will also highlight shows or movies that are made in Canada, involve a notable Canadian cast or crew, and / or are filmed in Canada. Finally, with the COVID-19 pandemic causing many movies to hit digital platforms much earlier than planned, we will take note of the important movies, as well as any other notable news from the streaming service, to be included in this category when corresponds. Amazon Prime Video A perfect planet Narrated by Sir David Atten...
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This is what Netflix, Crave and Prime Video will leave in Canada in January

As is the case every month, various shows and movies will be leaving Netflix, Crave, and Amazon Prime Video in January 2021. It's worth noting that streaming services may only remove certain shows and movies for a specific period of time. Series like Avatar, the last airbender and Gossip Girl and movies like Bad Girls they all left Netflix and then returned to the service months or years later. If you're more interested in what's coming to Crave, Netflix, and Prime Video, check out our respective 'what's coming' posts. Below are all the shows and movies coming out of Netflix, Crave, and Prime Video in January: Amazon Prime Video Plane! (January 1) Disturbia (January 1) Dreamgirls (January 1) Elizabethtown (January 1) Get Rich o...
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Wonder Woman 1984 Secures Highest National Box Office Opening Of The Pandemic

Wonder Woman 1984 grossed about $ 36.1 million (approximately C $ 46.4 million) at the box office over the Christmas weekend. Warner Bros. shared the information with Reuters on December 27 and confirmed plans for a third installment of the franchise. According to Warner Bros, of the $ 36.1 million, $ 16.7 million came from US and Canadian theaters. Those numbers do Wonder Woman 1984 the highest domestic box office opening since the pandemic began in March, resulting in theaters closing. Although the numbers were good for 2020, they pale in comparison to what you'd see in a typical big-budget action movie, according to Reuters. Along with the box office numbers, Warner Bros. said Reuters that millions of people also watched the fi...
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The Mandalorian, exclusive to Disney +, was the most pirated TV show of 2020

People really didn't want to pay to see The Mandalorian and Baby Yoda in 2020. Every year, Torrentfreak, a blog that focuses on piracy and torrent news, ranks the most frequently hacked TV shows of the year. While game of Thrones usually tops the list, this year was a little different given that the series ended. This year's most pirated TV show was exclusive to Disney + The mandalorian, an increase from third place last year. The second most pirated TV show was Amazon Prime Video. Boys, followed by HBO Westworld. The most remarkable thing about these three shows is that they are exclusive to different streaming services. For example, you need Disney + to see The mandalorian, which costs $ 8.99 per month in Canada, and see Boys, ...
Streaming in Canada on Amazon Prime Video, Crave, Disney +, Netflix and PVOD [Dec. 14-20]
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Streaming in Canada on Amazon Prime Video, Crave, Disney +, Netflix and PVOD [Dec. 14-20]

Weekly, MobileSyrup reviews some of the most notable movies and TV shows to hit Canadian streaming platforms recently. Our 'Streaming in Canada' column generally focuses on new content from Amazon Prime Video Canada, Crave, and Netflix Canada, but other services such as Apple TV + and Disney + will be mentioned where relevant. We will also highlight shows or movies that are made in Canada, involve a notable Canadian cast or crew, and / or are filmed in Canada. Finally, with the COVID-19 pandemic causing many movies to hit digital platforms much earlier than planned, we will take note of the important movies, as well as any other notable news from the streaming service, to be included in this category when corresponds. Amazon Prime Video The Expanse (season 5) [Amazon Original] The...
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Here’s what’s coming to Crave in January 2021

Bell has announced that all content will arrive on its Crave video streaming platform in January. We've broken down all of the new content below by date and all times are in ET. We've also separated the different shows and movies based on what level of Crave they are on. Crave has three levels: Basic, Crave + Movies + HBO, and Starz Programming. In addition to Crave's regular $ 9.99 CAD monthly cost, Crave + Movies + HBO costs an additional $ 9.99 per month and Starz costs an additional $ 5.99 per month. Additionally, Crave is available at iOS, Android, Apple TV, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 5 and more. January 1st RuPaul's Drag Race: Season 13, Episode 1 at 9:30 pm The high note (HBO + Movies) The King of Staten Island Teen Mo...
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Bell to Eliminate Internet Surplus Through Jan. 4, Offers Free TV and Crave Content

Bell announced a series of measures to keep Canadians connected and entertained during the holidays. That includes waiving overage fees and offering some free TV shows. First, the operator says it will waive rates for excess residential Internet use until January 4. Any Bell Home Internet customer who does not already have unlimited plans will automatically be waived overage fees; there is nothing you have to do. For more information on this change, visit Bell's website. Along with waived overage fees, Bell says it will offer free previews of more than 50 family, educational, lifestyle, entertainment and multicultural TV channels. These include Animal Planet, CTV Drama, CTV Life, CTV Sci-Fi, CTV News Channel, HGTV Canada, Hist...
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