Actor Alan Ritchson and Author Lee Child chat new Prime Video hit series ‘Reacher’
The new Prime Video hit series ‘Reacher’ stars Alan Ritchson as Jack Reacher, a former veteran military police investigator who returns to normal civilian life. However, during his tour of the country, Reacher finds himself framed for a crime he didn’t commit, and must work to clear his name while at the same time uncovering a secret conspiracy.
Chatting with Ed Helms and Randall Park, hosts of Peacock’s ‘True Story With Ed and Randall’
In the new comedy series ‘True Story With Ed and Randall,’ hosts Ed Helms and Randall Park highlight everyday Americans as they share their most extraordinary true stories with surprising twists along the way.
Netflix increases prices on standard and premium plans
On Thursday, Netflix raised the price of its standard plan to $13.99 and the premium plan to $17.99. At that time, the plans were $8 for the basic, $11 for the standard, and $14 for the premium. That means that, in less than two years, the price of its standard plan has risen by $3 and the price of its premium plan has risen by $4. The standard plan allows for two screens at the same time, while the premium plan allows for four screens. Of those services, only HBO Max charges more for its service than the standard Netflix plan.
‘Peanuts’ TV specials will no longer broadcast on air. Here’s where you can watch them.
After 54 years on the air, the beloved ‘Peanuts’ specials we grew to adore will not air on TV this year, CNN reported. Stream "It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" exclusively on Apple TV+ and get ready for more Peanuts specials this holiday season. https://t.co/rq6TFCLS8L pic.twitter.com/DI14FsjR1l — Apple TV (@AppleTV) October 19, 2020The company snagged the rights to broadcast in a deal with WildBrain, Peanuts Worldwide, and Lee Mendelson Film Production, CNN reported. Families can still watch the ‘Peanuts’ specials, including the upcoming ‘It’s a Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" for free from Oct. 30 - Nov. 1 “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” from Nov. 25-27, and “A Charlie Brown Christmas Special” from Dec 11-13. Apple TV+ is $4.99 a month.
Love binge-watching? Here’s how you can get paid to watch documentaries
HOUSTON – If you’ve been binge-watching on Netflix and you want to make some cash off your new hobby, you might be up for this challenge. If you can stream 24 hours of documentaries about great and terrible leaders in time for the 2020 election, you could win $2,020. If chosen, streaming service Magellan TV will set you up with all of the documentaries. The winner will also get a one-year membership to Magellan TV and two memberships for three months that you can share with friends and family. Magellan TV is a new documentary streaming service that claims to house more historical documentaries than anywhere online.
Baby Yoda is back! What you need to know about Season 2 of Star Wars: The Mandalorian
Star Wars fans, get excited! The second season, will drop on Disney+ on October 30, according to the streaming service via Twitter. Pop-culture sensation Baby Yoda, also known as The Child will also make a return in Season 2. According to the official website, The Mandalorian is nominated for 15 Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Drama Series. If you need to catch up, Season 1 of The Mandalorian is still streaming on Disney+.
Where to stream 6 iconic Chadwick Boseman movies
Published: August 29, 2020, 10:03 am Updated: August 29, 2020, 10:10 amBest known for his role as T’Challa, king of the fictional African country of Wakanda in the Marvel superhero movie “Black Panther,” actor Chadwick Boseman, who died Friday at age 43 following a four-year-battle with colon cancer, specialized in playing iconic Black figures like baseball player Jackie Robinson, singer James Brown and Supreme Court justice Thurgood Marshall. Here are six 6 movies starring Chadwick Boseman you can stream:‘42’ (2013)Available to stream on Amazon Prime‘Get on Up’ (2014)Available to stream on Amazon Prime, Google Play and YouTube‘Marshall’ (2017)Available to stream on Google Play, YouTube, and Amazon Prime‘Black Panther’ (2018)Available to stream on Disney+, Amazon Prime and Google Play‘21 Bridges’ (2019)Available to purchase on Amazon Prime, Vudu and Google Play. ‘Da 5 Bloods’ (2020)Available to stream on NetflixRELATED: ‘Crushing blow.’ Grief flows on social media after untimely death of actor Chadwick Boseman
Nothing new to watch on Netflix? Think again
At this point in 2020, you’re probably thinking that you’ve watched every movie, TV show and documentary on Netflix. (And with several streaming services -- Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Disney+, to name a few -- there was SO much to see). ‘The Last Dance’This ESPN documentary series about Michael Jordan’s time with the Chicago Bulls captivated America when it premiered at the beginning of the pandemic. In case you missed it, didn’t have access (or now you just want to relive all the magic again) you can finally watch it on Netflix. ‘The Umbrella Academy’The second season of “The Umbrella Academy” dropped on Netflix last month, and fans of the show can’t get enough.
Peacock: What you need to know about NBCUniversals new streaming service
Peacock, NBCUniversal's new streaming service, is ready to flaunt its colorful library of content and its attention-grabbing price point of $0. "Peacock Free" is the free, ad-supported option for any consumer regardless of cable provider. So "Peacock Premium" is a tad bit more expensive than Disney+ but it still costs less than WarnerMedia's new service, HBO Max, and Netflix. And it will have something that many streaming services don't: news and sports. As the last major streaming service to go to market, Peacock may have an issue grabbing consumers who have a limited amount of disposable income.
What you need to know before streaming ‘Hamilton’ on Disney+ over the weekend
Since there’s likely to be a good chunk of people who will watch “Hamilton” over the weekend who’ve probably never seen it before, here is a quick rundown of what you need to know before experiencing the phenomenon. The “Hamilton” on Disney+ is a filmed version of the show, not a movie. It’s easy to call the version of “Hamilton” coming out on Disney+ a movie, but technically, it’s the stage version, filmed. An actual movie version of “Hamilton” will probably happen eventually, but this is a great way to really capture the magic of the stage version of the show. And because the people at Disney are incredibly smart, free trials of the streaming service have ended, so if you want to watch, you’re going to have to sign up.
Padma Lakshmi’s ‘Taste the Nation’ on Hulu is the perfect TV show for a food getaway
Truly, Padma Lakshmi’s new show on Hulu, “Taste the Nation,” is the perfect thing to watch if you’re missing life on the road. The first episode of “Taste the Nation” illustrates just how Lakshmi will get to the bottom of her questions. “Taste the Nation” is also just a great showcase for Lakshmi. After being a cookbook author and reality TV show host, getting to take the lead on “Taste the Nation” is the cherry on top for this gifted woman. All episodes of “Taste the Nation” are currently streaming on Hulu.
How do Netflix, Hulu stack up lately? What are the most popular shows by state for 2019?
(High Speed Internet)Now let’s get to the most popular Netflix show for each state this year. If you’re wondering how the website got the data, the team said it compiled a list of the most popular shows on Netflix in 2019. (High Speed Internet)“The Umbrella Academy,” by the way, was America’s overall most popular Netflix show in 2019. “Black Mirror” and “The Haunting of Hill House” were the most popular Netflix shows in eight and six states, respectively. Hulu also keeps shows around longer than Netflix.”Hulu also has a live streaming service called Hulu + Live TV.