ScenePast lets you dig through over 15,000 hours of film and television content to see famous locations as you remember them – and what they look like today.
Spoiler Shield will help protect you from reading about the latest plot twist or sports results on social media, before you have time to watch it yourself.
The study, which was done by the Council for Research Excellence’s Social Media Committee and the Keller Fay Group, surveyed more than 1,700 adults between 18 and 54.
You might know Shazam as the app you use to identify that song on the radio, but the service has expanded to cover TV as well – and it’s doing so in a big way.
TV Guide Magazine is making another push to compete in the digital age, with an app that lets you create watch lists and keep up with what’s on at any time.
The Fanhattan app organizes your entertainment into one place. It’s not just a search engine, though. You can also look for related content that you might not otherwise know about.
With BerryCinema, you can look up anything you need to know about old, new, or upcoming movies, and watch any movie or TV episode for just one dollar.
Record your favorite TV shows from anywhere with the Direct TV app.
There aren’t many television shows still on the air that are specifically set in Philadelphia, but there have been quite a few in the past that stood out for their use of city as a backdrop.