Amid times of quarantining and self-isolation, one of the most popular ways to pass the time has been using online streaming services such as HBO, Disney Plus, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video and Netflix. Throughout the first couple of weeks, Americans have been binge watching a variety of old shows and hot new releases. Keep Reading
From binging Netflix, to exercising, to dying hair and more, the world is being faced with an unlimited amount of free time. The Coronavirus outbreak has caused the country to go on lockdown mode, causing families everywhere to self-quarantine. Without being able to see friends, go to school or even walk down the streets in some states, society is stuck at home trying to come up with fun things to occupy their time with. It is important to keep in mind that by staying home, you are helping to contain the spread of the Coronavirus. Keep Reading
In this new age of technology, people have the opportunity to access millions of digital content on various mobile devices. One such content source is streaming applications, which has been a beneficial alternative to going to the movie theatre. People can just pull up Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime or HBO Go and have access to a wide variety of movies, television series and original content. A genius idea for the new millennium, but is this hurting the way people see movies? Have people changed their ways so dramatically that streaming is the new form of viewing cinema?
Over the last decade, the world has seen the entertainment industry radically depart from the exclusive, elitist industry it once was. The increasing popularity and ubiquitousness of the Internet has completely changed the way users consume media. Today, there are so many different options available to anyone, either for free or for a low price, with the only stipulations being that an Internet connection is required and that you might have to sit through a few ads.
When most people think about October, the first ideas that come to their minds are typically pumpkins and all things spooky.
However, October is just as exciting as Christmas morning for Netflix watchers everywhere. New seasons, shows and movies all premiered in October, and here are just a few that will make sure to keep fans occupied while in a warm sweater drinking apple cider.