Tag: Hulu.com

How a Hong Kong Campus Became a Fiery Battlefield

Episode 26: ‘Fire and Water’ Producer/Director Andréa Schmidt Protesters clutching smartphones and wearing masks took to the streets. Armor-clad riot police fired water cannons and tear gas to reassert authority. For months, the two sides clashed in a spate of increasingly violent confrontations at Hong Kong Polytechnic University. The siege of PolyU last November was […]

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Review: Hulu’s ‘High Fidelity’ Is a Cool Cover, but It Misses Some Notes

“High Fidelity,” beginning Friday on Hulu, is a terrifically cool show that gets awfully far on vibes alone, thanks in large part to a mesmerizing lead performance from Zoë Kravitz. She’s so good, in fact, that it’s almost impossible to believe she can’t find someone to love her exactly as-is. I’d say “warts and all,” […]

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How Much Are We Paying for Our Subscription Services? A Lot

Online subscriptions sure sound cheap, but what do a few bucks a month to watch TV shows, store photos online and stream music add up to? Quite a lot, it turns out. In 2019, we each spent $640 on digital subscriptions like streaming video and music services, cloud storage, dating apps and online productivity tools, […]

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What It Was Like to Witness The Times’s Democratic Endorsement

Times Insider explains who we are and what we do, and delivers behind-the-scenes insights into how our journalism comes together. As two of the producers with “The Weekly,” The New York Times’s documentary TV series, we have experience filming presidential races and know how challenging it can be to obtain access to the candidates. If […]

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How to Navigate a Flood of Streaming TV Subscriptions

In the old days of cable, you paid one giant price for more TV than you could ever want. It was awful. It was expensive. And who even watches most of this stuff? Now, every media company has its own streaming subscription that you can buy à la carte. And it’s still awful, but in […]

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