Roku users, we have some bad news.
The digital media player has pulled the YouTube TV app from it’s channel store due to ongoing disputes, according to USA Today.
The decision came after the Youtube TV’s contract with the digital media player expired and the two sides haven’t managed to forge a new deal.
However, the good news is that Roku revealed it’s “taking the extra step to continue to offer existing subscribers access to YouTube TV on the Roku platform unless Google takes actions that require the full removal of the channel.”
Essentially, if you’re grandfathered in, you should still have access. New subscribers, on the other hand, won’t have access until a new deal is reached.
Per The Verge, Roku told customers that they should “not delete the YouTube TV app as it will not be available for download to Roku devices.”
Dallas Lawrence, a spokesperson for the company, told the USA Today that he’s “disappointed” with Google’s decision to allow the contract to expire.
“It is well past time for Google to embrace the principles that have made streaming so popular for millions of users by giving consumers control of their streaming experience, by embracing fair competition and by ceasing anticompetitive practices,” said Lawrence.
Roku has said the negotiations broke down over “unfair terms” that weren’t in the best interests of users.
However, YouTube TV’s spokesperson, Mariana De Felice, said that the company was working in “good faith” with Roku and they are “disappointed” by the “baseless claims” that have been made as they continue negotiations.
When Will ‘The Resident’ Return After the Time Jump?
If you turned on the TV tonight hoping to catch a new episode of The Resident, you were in for quite the surprise.
The medical drama did not air a new episode this week, October 26.
That’s quite a bummer considering The Resident Season 5 Episode 5 — the show’s annual Halloween episode — featured a jaw-dropping time-jump that brought the staff of Chastain three years into the future.
Right before the reveal, the series also gave Conrad, his co-workers, and fans, closure to Nic’s death.
Since the series is taking a little break, we’ll have to wait to see what everyone is up to several years down the road.
When can we expect new episodes?
The short answer is that the upcoming episode will air after the World Series.
If you’re not a sports fan, you might find yourself wondering when that is.
The October 26 episode was preempted by Game 1 of the World Series.
The earliest the show could return is Tuesday, November 2. That’s if and only if the World Series wraps up within five games or less.
However, if it spans six games, The Resident will return with a new episode on November 9.
Basically, you’re going to have to pay attention to sports for the next few weeks to ensure that you don’t miss The Resident Season 5 Episode 6.
Here’s the synopsis for the episode to get you excited about what’s to come, although, I know you’re probably still buzzing from the major twist.
WATCH: Christmas is Here Early With a Trailer for ‘The Princess Switch 3’
Oops… she’s doing it again!
The holiday season isn’t complete without Vanessa Hudgens, who is back once again for The Princess Switch 3.
Netflix has released the official trailer and from the looks of it, it’s going to be filled with comedy, romance, and yes, three different accents and voices all performed by the talented actress.
Check out the trailer below.
Hudgens is once again reprising her roles as Queen Margaret and Princess Stacy, with a new addition Fiona, the cousin.
After the special guest, the Vatican’s Star of Peace is stolen, the two royal lookalikes need to team up together to steal it back. In order to do so, they enlist the help of their cousin Fiona who is also identical to them. The three completely different personalities work together to safely bring back the missing treasure.
Alongside Hudgens, the cast includes Sam Palladio, Remy Hii, Nick Sagar, and Will Kemp.
Netflix will release The Princess Switch 3 on November 18th, so set your calendars!
Hulu Kicks off ‘Huluween’: What to Stream this October
It’s that time of year for scary classics to bring some fright, and Hulu’s got you covered with its annual Huluween event. Here’s what you can stream for the month of October.
Beginning today, October 1, Hulu will feature 18 brand new Halloween shorts, some scary and some ridiculous. You can expect to see familiar faces including Troian Bellisario (Pretty Little Liars), Eric Robers, and Yalitza Aparicio (Roma). And the shorts will provide a platform for up-and-coming filmmakers.
Aside from the new, you will be able to stream spooktacular classics, including Rocky Horror Picture Show, alongside some premieres for movies like Censor (premiering 10/14), The Evil Next Door (premiering 10/21), and Gaia (premiering 10/22).
Additionally, Hulu’s curated a library of handpicked TV episodes and movies like “Humorous Horror,” “Frights for the Whole Family,” “Terrifying TV,” “Foreign Frights,” and many more.
From Hulu’s Initiative 29, Black filmmaker Philip Youman’s short film Voodoo will be released on October 29.
And if you’re located in the Los Angeles area, you’ll be able to reserve a spot on Tuesday, October 5 for an exclusive Drive-in late-night screening on Saturday, October 9.
Happy October and happy streaming!
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