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UK broadcaster ITV's new free streaming service, dubbed ITVX, launches on December 8. The new service replaces the "ITV Hub" platform and arrives with more than 10,000 hours of free programming.


ITVX will gather programming from across ITV's suite of TV networks, with content available on-demand and collected into curated and themed "channels."

News streams will also be available.
Titles available at launch include "A Spy Among Friends" starring Damian Lewis and Guy Pearce; the teen drama "Tell Me Everything"; and the feature-length comedy special "Plebs: Soldiers of Rome."
The limited series "Litvinenko," starring David Tennant, hits the service on December 15.
Some ITV shows will be made available in their entirety, starting from their first day on broadcast TV, on ITVX for easy binging.

According to The Wrap, several divisive or controversial comments made by rapper Kanye "Ye" West during an interview with David Letterman were cut before the show's debut on Netflix. 

The comments apparently referenced a number of right-wing conspiracy theories, featured complaints that Donald Trump supporters are treated "like they were Nazis," and observations about domestic abuse allegations made by Rihanna.


Ye appeared during Season 2 of Letterman's Netflix series "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction."
The Wrap report was based on accounts from multiple people who viewed the interview's live taping.
Though the show did include a comment by West about the bullying of Trump supporters, it apparently did not feature the complete context.
Other portions of the interview that didn't make it to air concerned West's anxieties about being "MeToo-ed" and conspiracy theories about the movement's origin.
A statement from Letterman's production company, Worldwide Pants, noted that "the producers went to great lengths to accurately present [West's comments], and Dave challenged him on each of these."
West has been under fire since October for a string of public statements relating to political conspiracy theories, including a number of anti-Semitic statements.

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