Wednesday, December 2

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Friends will stream exclusively on Crave in Canada beginning December 31.

All 10 seasons and 236 episodes of friends It will be available on Bell's owned Crave streaming service beginning December 31. A few months ago, it was revealed that the '90s comedy friends it would eventually switch from Netflix to WarnerMedia's exclusive US streaming service, HBO Max. Given that HBO Max is not available in Canada, it was unclear where the iconic series would land north of the US border. That being said, since there is a large amount of HBO Max content available on Crave, including Love life, Legendary, The Flight Attendant, Wonder Woman 1984 and more, many assumed that friends it would eventually land on the broadcast platform. There was also the possibility that Netflix would retain the exclusive Canadian broadcast right to the series.In which we have to say ...
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This is what Netflix, Crave and Prime Video will leave in Canada in December

As is the case every month, various shows and movies will be leaving Netflix, Crave, and Amazon Prime Video in December 2020. 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 Y 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 on 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 December: Amazon Prime VideoJohn Wick (December 4) John Wick 2 (December 4) The Good Wife (December 16) CSI: Crime Scene Investig...
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The federal government will tax digital giants like Netflix and Amazon

The federal government plans to force multinational tech companies like Netflix and Amazon to charge HST and GST on services sold to Canadians. Canada's Finance Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland made the announcement when the government delivered the 2020 Fall Economic Declaration on November 30. The government notes that this will apply to "foreign providers selling digital products or services to consumers in Canada." "Canadians want a tax system that is fair, where everyone pays their fair share, so that government has the resources it needs to invest in people and keep our economy strong," Minister Freeland told the House of Commons. "That is why we are advancing the implementation of GST / HST in multinati...
Streaming in Canada on Amazon Prime Video, Crave, Disney + and Netflix [Nov. 23-29]
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Streaming in Canada on Amazon Prime Video, Crave, Disney + and Netflix [Nov. 23-29]

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 any major movies that fall into this category where appropriate.Amazon Prime Video Life in a year [Amazon Original]A young man tries to give his girlfriend a life worthy of experiences in the yea...
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Netflix Canada now offers to buy a month and get one free

After suspending free trials in Canada a few months ago, it appears Netflix is ​​getting the offer back in a new way, at least, more or less. According to a banner on the platform's website, if you subscribe to Netflix for a month, the streaming service now offers an additional month for free. Interestingly, for the offer to appear, you needed to open an incognito browser window. In October, Netflix Canada said MobileSyrup that he was looking into "different marketing promotions in Canada to attract new members" after canceling his 30-day free trial offer.In Canada, Netflix's 480p 'Basic' single device plan costs $ 9.99 per month, while the 1080p 'Standard' two-device plan costs $ 14.99. The 'Premium' level plan, which includes...
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Here’s what’s coming and going on Netflix Canada in December 2020

In December 2020, Netflix Canada is scheduled to get several new TV shows and movies, including Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 4, Big Mouth Season 4, Bridgeton and Chadwick Boseman's latest film performance in Ma Rainey's black ass. December 1stAngela's Christmas Wish - Netflix movie The Christmas movies they made us - Netflix Original Natalie Palamides: Nate - A One Man Show - Netflix Comedy Special 2012 A Christmas catch Annie Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Christmas with a prince Christmas Wonderland Do not let him go GI Joe: Retaliation GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra Godzilla Gridiron gang Juliet naked Odd Squad: Seasons 1-2 Super Wings: Season 3 The dressmaker The vote They will not grow old Transformers Rescue Bot...
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Netflix renews ‘Space Force’ for a second season

Netflix has renewed Space force for a second season and production is expected to begin in Vancouver next year. Although the first season was filmed in Los Angeles, production will move to Vancouver in an attempt to cut the show's budget. The workplace comedy was co-created by Steve Carell and Greg Daniels and is about a group of people tasked with establishing the US Space Force. The show centers on General Mark R. Naird, played by Carell, who has dreamed of running the Air Force, but is now in charge of running the Space Force. The series also stars Lisa Kudrow, John Malkovich, Ben Schwartz, Jimmy O. Yang, Noah Emmerich, Fred Willard, Tawny Newsome, Diana Silvers, Alex Sparrow, and Don Lake. Carell, Malkovich, Schwartz, Newsom a...
Streaming in Canada on Amazon Prime Video, Crave, Disney + and Netflix [November 9-15]
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Streaming in Canada on Amazon Prime Video, Crave, Disney + and Netflix [November 9-15]

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 any major movies that fall into this category where appropriate.Amazon Prime Video James May: Oh cook [Prime Original]Top gear host James May travels the world to learn to cook. Amazon Prime Vide...
Streaming in Canada on Amazon Prime Video, Crave and Netflix [November 2-8]
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Streaming in Canada on Amazon Prime Video, Crave and Netflix [November 2-8]

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 any major movies that fall into this category where appropriate.Amazon Prime Video Below deck (season 8)Captain Lee returns to the Caribbean with a mostly new crew, until an injury sends him to t...
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Here’s what Netflix Canada, Crave, and Prime Video will drop in November

As is the case every month, various shows and movies will be leaving Netflix, Crave, and Amazon Prime Video in November 2020. 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 Y Gossip Girl and movies like Bad Girls Y Shrek they all left Netflix and then returned to the service months or years later. Graciously, Shrek leave the service again; The last time this happened, he rejoined Netflix the following month, so let's see if the streaming giant brings him back in December. In November, Netflix won't be getting rid of a lot of content. If you're more interested in what's coming to Crave, Netflix, and Prime Video, check out o...
Apps & Games, Assassin's Creed, Netflix, News, Ubisoft

Ubisoft develops a Netflix animated series based on Assassin’s Creed

Ubisoft has partnered with Netflix to produce anime, animated and live-action series based on its popular Assassin's creed franchise.Netflix + Assassin's Creed pic.twitter.com/yI2sItnMgi - NX (@NXOnNetflix) October 27, 2020According to Netflix, the first series in development is an "epic, genre-bending" live-action series. Beyond that, it's unclear what the live-action series is about, or any of the other series that are in the works. the Assassin's creed The games have been developed by various Canadian studios, often Ubisoft Montreal, and have spanned many eras in history, including Ancient Greece, Ancient Egypt, and the Middle East during the Third Crusade in 1191. However, arguably the most popular setting has been the It...
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Apple and Netflix Consider Buying ‘No Time To Die’ For Streaming Services: Report

Apple and Netflix are reportedly competing for the rights to present the new James Bond movie, No time to die on their streaming platforms. The details came first from film critic and screenwriter Drew McWeeny, who hinted on his Twitter account that both parties have offered 'crazy' amounts of money for the movie. McWeeny later expanded on tweet in a newsletter, noting that during the past 10 days, at least six people have reached out to him, saying that Apple and Netflix are the most actively engaged in conversations with MGM, the studio that owns the Bond franchise. Following McWeeny's newsletter, several other publications, including Bloomberg Y Variety, published stories about the potential of No time to die coming to Apple TV + or Netflix. An MGM spokesperson said Variety tha...