Streaming news starts to get back into the normal groove with the latest quarterly reports which bring new subscriber numbers for HBO Max and Peacock. Other highlights from the week include ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ topping the holiday week after all, IMDb TV landing on Roku, and a new split streaming deal for a top sitcom.

News Rundown
Netflix adds romance feature ‘The Royal Treatment’ to slate:
Netflix buys German political drama ‘And Tomorrow the Entire World’:
Netflix announces documentary feature on serial killer Dennis Nilsen:
Netflix plans new anime series based around ‘Skull Island’ and ‘Tomb Raider’:
‘Bridgerton’ becomes Netflix’s most-watched series ever:
Netflix lands animated musical ‘The Witch Boy’:
Netflix signs director Noah Baumbach to exclusive deal:
Netflix buys feature documentary ‘Kangaroos’:
Netflix orders sci-fi animated series ‘Farzar’:
Netflix is testing a streaming timer:
Netflix orders ‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ animated series:
Netflix sets action feature ‘The Mother’:
Netflix sets horror series ‘The Midnight Club’:

Prime Video:
Amazon orders German series based on ‘The Gryphon’:

‘Modern Family’ streaming deal lands series on Hulu and Peacock:

‘The SpongeBob Movie’ will be launch film for Paramount+:

Apple TV+:
Apple pays $25 million for ‘Coda’:

Disney+ places age restrictions on classic films due to racist stereotypes:
Disney orders food competition series ‘Foodtastic’:
Disney+ puts Wakanda series in development:

HBO Max:
Craig Mazin extends overall deal with HBO and HBO Max:
HBO Max hits two-year goal in less than one year:
HBO Max eyeing animated ‘Game of Throne’ series:
‘Wonder Woman 1984’ was actually the top streaming offering the week of Christmas:

Adaptation of ‘All Our Wrong Todays’ in development for Peacock:
Peacock hits 33 million signups:
According to Comcast, people are watching ‘The Office’ more on Peacock:

Documentary ‘Franceso’ acquired by Discovery+:

Niche Streaming Services:
IMDb TV lands on Roku devices:
New streaming service Documentary+ launches:

Other Items of Note:
HBO Max subscriber breakdown:
‘Wonder Woman 1984’ was a painful and necessary bet:

Pretend It’s a City on Netflix (01/08/21):
Blown Away on Netflix (01/22/21):
Ginny & Georgia on Netflix (02/24/21):
Raya and the Last Dragon on Disney+ (03/05/21):
Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel on Netflix (02/10/21):
There is No “I” in Threesome on HBO Max (02/11/21):
Tell Me Your Secrets S1 on Prime Video (02/19/21):
Canine Intervention on Netflix (02/24/21):
The Map of Tiny Perfect Things on Prime Video (02/12/21):
Haute Dog on HBO Max (02/04/21):
The Head on HBO Max (02/04/21):
Into the Dark: Tentacles on Hulu (02/12/21):
The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers on Disney+ (03/26/21):
The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run on Paramount+ (03/04/21):
Buried by the Bernards on Netflix (02/12/21):
Tom & Jerry on HBO Max (02/26/21):
On My Block on Netflix (???):
Crazy About Her on Netflix (02/26/21):
Pacific Rim: The Black on Netflix (03/04/21):
Moxie on Netflix (03/03/21):
Black Art: In the Absence of Light on HBO Max (02/09/21):
Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry on Apple TV+ (02/26/21):
The Nevers on HBO Max (04/2021):

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