YouTube Will Double Its Original Programming in 2020, Focusing on Documentaries

Much of YouTube's upcoming original programming is centered on nonfiction content.

Freeform Is Using Events to Drive Viewership While Streaming ‘Everything’

Network president Tom Ascheim says two-thirds of originals viewership happens on Hulu.

‘Exclusivity Matters’ to Hulu With Original Shows, but Not Library Content

With streaming rivals prepared to remove from shows from its platform, Hulu is banking on original programming to keep the service afloat in the years to come.

Hillary Clinton Says There Was ‘Nothing Off-Limits’ in Upcoming Hulu Docuseries

Hulu’s upcoming four-part documentary series Hillary explores Clinton's polarizing history.

Discovery Sets Name and Launch Date for Chip and Joanna Gaines’ Lifestyle Network

Called Magnolia—also the name of Chip and Joanna Gaines' home and lifestyle brand—the network will premiere on Oct. 4.

HBO Max Will Help ‘Struggling’ WarnerMedia Shows Thrive, Kevin Reilly Says

WarnerMedia's properties will "work together" as its new streaming service launches in May.

Starz CEO Wants to Work With Streaming Services, Not Against Them

Self-made bundles will be good for business, Jeffrey Hirsch says.

Amazon Studios Is Focused on World Domination, Not Just Its Competitors

If Amazon Studios execs are to be believed, they’re not fazed by all of their new competition in the increasingly crowded streaming space.

Showtime Renews Shameless for 11th and Final Season

Showtime said that Shameless will end after its 11th season, which will air this summer.

CBS All Access Picks Up Animated Daily News Satire From Stephen Colbert

CBS All Access picked up an animated daily news satire from Stephen Colbert and renewed Star Trek: Picard even before it premieres.