NFL Nation predicts: Best 2018 newcomer in all eight divisions

Kirk Cousins and Case Keenum are among the newcomers who will impact their divisions. But it isn’t all about the quarterbacks. – NFL

‘Late Late Show’ Predicts Kentucky Derby In ‘Completely Accurate’ Way

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Ellen Burstyn Predicts The Future: ‘We’ll Be The Dogs Of The Robots’

The 85-year-old Oscar winner has a lot to say about the singularity, dark energy and humanity’s place in the universe.
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Alexa predicts Villanova will win March Madness

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Strictly judge predicts same-sex couples on next year’s show

Craig Revel Horwood sees “no reason” why the BBC ratings success shouldn’t allow them in the future.
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‘Washington Week’ Host Robert Costa Predicts Stability in Post-Scaramucci White House

As “Washington Week” host Robert Costa waited to take the stage at the Television Critics Association press tour Monday in Beverly Hills, he exchanged texts with a source. Just moments earlier, the New York Times had reported that Anthony Scaramucci had been fired from his post as White House communications director just 10 days into… Read more »



WWD Predicts: Fashion Holds Court

As the New York fall collections wind down, there has been a courtly influence — as in Louis XIV and his ilk. Accessories and ready-to-wear have taken cues from the regal accoutrements of various royals, especially those from the 17th and 18th centuries. Perhaps an inspiration from the abundance of exclusive content streaming on services like Netflix and HBO with shows like “Reign,” “Versailles,” “The Crown” and “Game of Thrones.”

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Netflix Predicts HBO Will Soon Take A Page From Its Binging Playbook

As Netflix smashed expectations, announcing Wednesday that it added just over 7 million subscribers in the last quarter of 2016, CEO Reed Hastings said he expects one rival might begin taking a cue from his company soon.

Noting in a letter to shareholders that the BBC is reportedly set to “go binge-first” with new seasons of certain shows, the Netflix exec said we can “presume HBO is not far behind.”

Although HBO has been in the premium TV game far longer, Netflix has been quickly catching up with buzzy shows like “Stranger Things,” “Orange Is the New Black” and a number of others, with their episodes released all at once.

“In short, it’s becoming an internet TV world,” Hastings wrote. 

Does that mean the rumored “Game of Thrones” spinoff might land online all at once? Maybe not. Cable viewers are still an important part of HBO’s business, and in that format episodes are best released one by one, week by week. And it clearly serves Netflix’s interests for its CEO to proclaim a new age of internet-friendly entertainment.

But as Netflix inches closer to 100 million subscribers across the world, traditional networks are undoubtedly paying attention.

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CBS Predicts Strong TV Upfront

CBS executives predicted the company would fare well in the coming “upfront” market, when U.S. TV networks try to sell the bulk of their advertising. “We are salivating as we head into the upfront season,” said Leslie Moonves, chairman and chief executive of CBS Corp. during a conference call with investors. Moonves cited new scrutiny… Read more »