After the success of last year’s “The Christmas Prince,” Netflix has hopped on the Hallmark Channel train of producing cheesy but heartwarming original Christmas films, releasing four new films in the last month.
October is the month when goblins and ghouls crawl out of the woodwork, because it’s the month that signifies one thing and one thing only: Halloween.
The anxiety of watching the time run out and not knowing whether the chef will get everything plated in time is a rush that “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” could never provide during their weekly catfights.
Even if one ignores the extremely problematic elements of the film, “Sierra Burgess is a Loser” simply falls flat as a romantic comedy.
There’s no doubt about it: in recent years, Netflix and other streaming services have significantly shaken up the TV landscape. But when it comes to traditional, over-the-top network providers, the annual pilot circus continues.
Cable is dying, internet speeds are a hot topic for all and sharing your Wi-Fi password is a public symbol for who you actually love. With the massive success of Netflix, many streaming services have sprung up in order to capitalize on the growing market.
Netflix’s strategy of promotion and release all in a few hours is a stark difference from the industry standard.
“Okja,” “Meyerowitz Stories,” and “Mudbound” may not be “The Last Jedi” or “Lady Bird,” but boy are they accessible gems courtesy of Netflix.
Whenever I needed a little comfort in my life, I knew that HIMYM would be there for me.
I always circle back to watch my dear old friend: “30 Rock.” Now it’s days on Netflix are numbered.