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What’s on TV: ‘Planet Earth II,’ ‘Review,’ ‘Legion’ and ‘Walking Dead’ finale

This week it's time to pick up some new demo material for your Ultra HD television, since Planet Earth II is available in 4K and HDR. Other than that it's a big week for finales, with Legion and The Walking Dead wrapping up their most recent seasons…

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What’s on TV: ‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ ‘Humans’ and Dave Chappelle

Tonight, Mass Effect fans can fully dive into the series' latest installment with Andromeda, and Netflix is premiering two Dave Chappelle stand-up performances pulled from his archives. Later in the week, the NCAA Men's basketball tournament continue…

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What’s on TV: ‘iBoy,’ ‘Beware the Slenderman,’ ‘Resident Evil 7′

While we take a week off from football ahead of the Super Bowl (unless you count the Pro Bowl), there are plenty of ways to fill the time. Netflix is dropping in its odd cellphone-superpower iBoy flick, while HBO airs a Slenderman documentary. The Pa…

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DirecTV Now’s very attractive $35 plan is about to become a much less attractive $60 plan

If you fancy yourself a TV fan but aren’t exactly keen on spending upwards of $100/month on cable, AT&T’s new DirecTV Now service is certainly worth taking a look at. With an impressive channel lineup that includes stations like AMC, CNN, Comedy Central, ESPN, MTV, TNT and more, Ma Bell’s new TV subscription service provides one of the most compelling TV deals available on the market today. To help get things off the ground, AT&T launched DirecTV Now with some great promotions, offering users more than 100+ channels for just $35. But if you’re at all interested in taking advantage of this great deal, you’ll want to sign up as soon as you can because the aforementioned promotion is set to expire on January 9. Even better, users who take advantage of the promotion will be locked in at the $35/month rate for the foreseeable future. Once the promotional period expires, DirecTV Now’s subscription options will look like this: Live a Little – $35 / month (60+ channels) Just Right – $50 / month (80+ channels) Go Big – $60 / month (100+ channels) Gotta Have it – $70 / month (120+ channels) In other words, if you sign on the dotted line before January 9, you’ll be able to enjoy DirecTV Now’s Go Big plan for just $35.

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What’s on TV: ‘Mad Max’ Black & Chrome Edition, ‘The Last Guardian’

After a long wait, Team Ico's next release is finally upon us. The Last Guardian arrives on PS4 this week, while Xbox One and PC gamers can experience Dead Rising 4, as well as the game preview release of new MOBA Gigantic. For movie fans, it's time…

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