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Amazon’s No-Rush Delivery Promotion Giving Prime Members £1 Credit to Spend on Anything is Still Live, Kinda

If you're a Prime member who's happy to wait an extra day or two for your shit to get to you, you may find that you're still able to take advantage of Amazon's No-Rush Delivery option. Read More >>

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Amazon Prime Video Now Allows Apple Users to Buy and Rent Content in the App

If you have an iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV, you no longer have to go through the rigmarole of leaving the Prime Video app when you want to buy or rent films and TV shows. Read More >>

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Amazon Prime is Letting You Stream Some of its Kids’ Shows for Free

With the closure of schools and a general lockdown in place, you might be stuck for ideas on how to entertain the more tiny, boisterous members of the family, but Amazon is on hand to help. Read More >>

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Is It Too Late to Stop Amazon?

The brain-splitting moment happened a few weeks ago. A video (watermarked with the logo of a camera from Ring, an Amazon company) showing a man delivering an Amazon package, finding a box of snacks on a porch, then dancing went viral. My mind failed to find joy in the moment. Read More >>

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Nobody Listened

Despite the privacy concerns, labour strikes, and reports that Amazon is selling literal trash on its platform – in the face of all of the myriad reasons shoppers should have avoided buying through Amazon this year – the company still made a killing this season. Read More >>

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Amazon’s a Shopping Mess

Of course, Amazon is listing actual, dumpster-retrieved rubbish in its marketplace. But you’d be fully forgiven for not realising it. Read More >>

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Police Break Up Illegal US Streaming Network That Dwarfs Netflix’s and Amazon Prime’s Libraries

Two of the minds behind the U.S’s largest pirate streaming services, iStreamItAll and Jetflicks, have pleaded guilty to criminal copyright infringement charges, federal officials said Friday. Now we all can rest easier knowing there are a few less bad actors getting one over on multi-million-pound giants like Netflix and Disney. Read More >>

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BT TV’s Black Friday Offer Gives Customers Six Months of Amazon Prime Video

New customers to BT TV and those upgrading their existing package get six months of Amazon Prime video for free. Read More >>

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Torchwood’s Burn Gorman Shares Details on His New Expanse Villain

The return of The Expanse feels like a reunion, but there’s a “fresh face” in the mix in the form of Torchwood’s Burn Gorman. In a one-on-one interview, Gorman shared details on Adolphus Murtry, whether he’s actually a villain, and why Doctor Who and Expanse fans aren’t so different in the end. Read More >>

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The Man in the High Castle’s Final Season Trailer Teases the War to End All Worlds

The multiverse is on the brink of war, with the Third Reich yearning to invade and dominate all realities. But in the new trailer for the last season of Amazon Prime’s The Man in the High Castle, the rebels who’ve been fighting this alt-history world aren’t going down without a last fight. Read More >>

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Carnival Row Now Has Daredevil’s Old Showrunner

We were disappointed by Carnival Row, a show which had a lot of potential but fell a bit flat. Turns out, the ongoing show has had some ongoing creative disagreements – enough so that it’s seeing a significant set of backstage changes. Read More >>

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The Expanse’s Thrilling Return Finds the Characters and the Show Exploring New Territory

You’ve seen the trailers. We know The Expanse crew makes it to Ilus, we know the evolution of the protomolecule has only started, and we know turmoil between the Belt, Earth, and Mars is far from over. All of these knowns play out in The Expanse’s season four premiere – which we got a chance to see at the recent New York Comic Con – and that’s actually what makes it perfect. Read More >>

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Showrunner of The Boys Shares a Picture From the Already In-Progress Season Two

It’s not that The Boys are back in town so much as that they never left. Read More >>

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Amazon Plans to Open an Off-Licence Because Hey, Why Not

Amazon is trying to set up a physical off-licence in San Francisco, Business Insider reported Saturday, which means soon you may get to act out your drunk Amazon purchases in real-time. Read More >>