Fall movies? Fall movies are nothing. (Well, except maybe that The Force Awakens one. I have a good feeling about it). Everyone knows we’re currently living in the Golden Age of television, and the 45 or so TV shows in this guide prove it. Mark your calendar and make sure your remote has fresh batteries.
One of the reasons that hackers first attacked AshleyMadison.com, the dating site for people looking to cheat, is because it charges upwards of $20 to users for a “Full Delete” service that scrubs their accounts and photos from the site; something it could just do without charging. Just how many people paid for this? Enough for the website to make nearly $2 million a year.
This is according to BuzzFeed News, which cites a leaked internal document detailing the number of people who paid for the Full Delete.
The document says that in 2014, nearly 90,000 Ashley Madison users paid for the service, resulting in a total of $1.7 million in revenue for the company.
Unlike some dating sites, where closing your account means it’s deleted from the company’s servers, Ashley Madison and other sites merely hide your account from its search results. The Full Delete, which some view as an attempt to wring money out of married users who regret signing up, is supposed to completely erase all traces of your account.
Though, as BuzzFeed notes, it remains unclear whether these users’ credit card information is deleted, meaning they could still be exposed as part of this week’s massive data dump.
Starz has released a poster for its upcoming Ash Vs. Evil Dead TV series.
The image, as seen below, features Bruce Campbell, who is reprising his role as Ash, standing atop a car complete with his chainsaw hand.
Ash is flanked by co-stars Ray Santiago (Touch, Meet the Fockers) and Dana DeLorenzo (A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas), who play Ash’s sidekick Pablo Simon Bolivar and wild child Kelly Maxwell, respectively.