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"24" star Kiefer Sutherland starred on the drama, "Designated Survivor."

11 shows Netflix saved from cancellation

Sometimes shows get a new life after cancellation. Netflix did that for "Designated Survivor," "Lucifer," and "Fuller House," among others.
"Stranger Things."

Netflix’s 34 original drama series, ranked from worst to best

Over the years, Netflix has proven to be a hotbed for original drama series, with hit series like "House of Cards," "Stranger Things," and "Narcos."
Ex-President Barack Obama loves a bit of Netflix.

What 13 highly successful people watch on TV

Even the most successful people in the world make time for their favourite shows.

Facebook is expanding access to Watch, its new video hub for original shows

After unveiling its shows initiative earlier this month, Facebook is making its new hub for videos available to most people in the US over the next few days.

Facebook is officially launching its big attack on TV

Facebook's push into becoming a destination for original TV shows begins Thursday with the launch of its redesigned Watch video tab.

Snapchat is doing a daily news show with NBC

Starting Wednesday, NBC News will produce the show, which is called "Stay Tuned," twice a day for Snapchat's 166 million users.

Snapchat is doing a show about ‘ghosting’ people you date

Snapchat's next original show will be about the phenomenon of "ghosting" — or unexpectedly ceasing all communication with — people you date.

Snap shares surge on $100 million deal to make shows with Time Warner

Shares of Snapchat maker Snap Inc. surged on Monday following the news that the app maker has entered a $100, two-year agreement to make shows with Time Warner.

Facebook is paying between $10,000 and $250,000 for its own TV shows

Facebook has signed deals with Vox Media, BuzzFeed, and others to create original TV shows for up to $250,000 per show.

Facebook lands deal to stream 20 MLB games live this season — here’s what we know

Facebook announced that it has reached a deal with Major League Baseball to broadcast 20 games this season, part of the tech giant's push into premium video.