TV shows

Entertainment Play Along To Your Favorite TV Shows With Real-Time Questions

Plot Guru is an app that syncs up with the episode you're watching on Netflix and sends relevant trivia

Retail Amazon TV Wants You To Be Able To Shop Your Favorite Shows

A partnership between HGTV and Food Network will turn passive viewing into an active shopping experience

Advertising Game of Thrones Opening Sequence Recreated With Paper

Notebook company pays tribute to hit TV show by creatively replicating the opening sequence

Advertising How The Right Context Can Make Advertisements More Enjoyable

Pre-roll ad campaign finds a new way to advertise the Friends' release on Netflix

Home Netflix Pairs Takeout and Binge-Watching for Easter

Enjoy food to match your favorite TV shows for the long weekend

Technology Netflix Roulette Chooses Videos For You

The web app helps indecisive viewers figure out what movies or TV shows to watch.

Gaming & Play How Video Gaming May Lead To Audience-Controlled TV Shows

Developer Ubisoft’s CEO wants to let viewers control TV show plots, like players do in a game.

Technology Popular 1980s Shows Remade As Digital Comics

Miami Vice and Saved By The Bell make their way into the modern age as digital comic books.

Design PSFK Picks: Top Five Apps Of The Week

An uber for massages service to an app-ified version of wedding site Lover.ly.

Gaming & Play Streaming Service Offers Free Movies If Users Watch Personalized Ads

HitBliss allows members to watch shows without any interruptions by earning points up front.

Innovation NBC And Esquire Team Up For Men's Cable Channel

The G4 network is due to be rebranded as a channel aimed at the modern man, with shows about cars, politics, fashion, and cooking.

Advertising NBC Lets American Express Members Purchase Items From TV Shows On Their Phone

Card holders who use the 2nd screen app zeebox will be able to see products inspired by popular programs, which they can then buy.

Home Print Ad For The CW To Feature Tiny Screen With Live Twitter Feed

To promote the fall TV lineup, a ‘digital’ insert within Entertainment Weekly will have a small LCD screen showing a video preview and tweets.

Innovation Cutting The Cord Will Save You $800 Bucks [Headlines]

Traditional TV deals are less desirable compared to what Netflix, Hulu and what's on offer on the Internet in general.