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Marvel blockbuster comes to TDS TV on Demand

If you’re a superhero fan, TDS TV on Demand has you covered with Avengers: Infinity Wars and also Deadpool 2—but is a lot more on tap. Start with a Gabrielle Union thriller, or Melissa McCarthy’s latest comedy, and finish out the month with the power-house ensemble piece, Book Club. For the kids, we have Show Dogs ready to entertain.
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New (and free!) Stingray app

If you have the TDS TV Expanded or Expanded Plus programming package, you already get all of Stingray's commercial-free, curated content on the go—all without paying for any additional streaming services.
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Me TV HD and This TV launching in Southeastern, Wis.

Two new channels are here! This TV is coming to channel 41, and Me TV is now available in crystal-clear high definition on channel 1019. These channel additions impact TDS TV customers in Burlington, Elk Horn, Johnson Creek, New Munster, Waterford, Watertown, Wind Lake, or Wheatland, Wisconsin. Find out more about these new choices in your lineup.
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TDS Little League Clinic!

The Mallards and TDS are hosting a FREE Little League Clinic at the Duck Pond on Saturday, August 4 from 9 am-12 pm. This is the perfect opportunity for your baseball player to get outside and play at the Duck Pond, learn from the Mallard’s players themselves, and receive a FREE lunch! Find out how to register.
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Enjoy a pop culture extravaganza with Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One

Get ready to beat the heat with new movies from TDS TV on Demand. First up, children of popular culture (especially the 1980s) are in for a treat with Steven Spielberg’s latest sci-fi film, “Ready Player One.” Next on the agenda is the comedy “Overboard,” plus a pair of quirky comedy/dramas: “Tully” and “Final Portrait.”
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Take a bite out of Shark Week

After three decades, hundreds of shows, and thousands of pointy teeth, Shark Week 2018 celebrates their milestone with all-new jaw-dropping shark stories. Tune in (maybe with a chum?) and catch shows featuring unexplored locations and gain extensive insight into the mysterious world of sharks.
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A Quiet Place, Rampage, and Isle of Dogs coming to TDS TV on Demand

If you love thrills and chills TDS TV on Demand has one of the best monster movies from the past few years—the nerve wracking “A Quiet Place.” However, if you’re looking for something on the fun and goofy side, there’s Dwayne Johnson’s latest action flick, “Rampage,” as well as the goofy “Super Troopers 2.” Finally, for the kids—and adults—there’s the clever and artistic “Isle of Dogs.”
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Christmas in July on Hallmark

Just like stores have Christmas in July sales, Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries are getting into the action. They're showing more than a hundred holiday movies in the middle of summer (buzzkill: Christmas is only 180 days away!).
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Pacific Rim, Acrimony, Paul, Apostle of Christ coming to TDS TV on Demand

If you love battling robots and monsters, we have some fun for you. The science fiction epic “Pacific Rim: Uprising” headlines this month’s new films on TDS TV on Demand. And if giant creatures aren’t your cup of tea, we have a diverse set of dramas to satisfy everyone. There is the inspiring “Paul, Apostle of Christ,” the big-hearted “Woman Walks Ahead,” plus the revenge-fest that is “Tyler Perry’s Acrimony.” And finally, “Alex & Me” is the perfect film for any pre-teen girl in need of some encouragement.
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Control what your kids watch this summer through Parental Locks

School’s out for summer, which means you may not always be in the same room as your kids when they’re watching TV. The good news is you can still make sure they’re not tuning into something you wish they wouldn’t thanks to TDS TV’s parental controls.
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