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This morning Netflix released Friends From College, and if you don’t have what to do or watch this weekend, well…don’t choose this. The show “stars” Keegan-Michael Key (Ethan) and Cobie Smulders (Lisa), with appearances from Kate McKinnon. Ethan and Lisa are moving back to New York City, and reuniting with their college friends, who have spent …

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I’ve had YouTube TV now for a few weeks, and here is the good and bad/strange of it: The service is smooth. The startup is quick, the channels all run smoothly (I’ve had internet connectivity buffering, but never buffering because of YouTube), and the app is easily laid out. The Channels are seemingly in a …

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Disney reimagined the classic Beauty and the Beast in live action form starring Emma Watson (Belle), Dan Stevens (Beast), Luke Evans (Gaston) and Josh Gad (LeFou), and they couldn’t have done it any better. The story is one we all know, of Belle’s father getting lost in the forest, captured by a Beast, and then …

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Netflix has been pumping out one-hour comedy specials for a few years now (See: Amy Schumer, Hasan Minhaj, Sarah Silverman and Dave Chappelle) and they have now given six up-and-comers a half hour a piece for Season 1 of The Standups. They are not connected to each other, and can be watched out of order, but …

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It’s been 17 years since Hugh Jackman took on the role of Logan/Wolverine, and in that time he has turned it into an iconic character in the Marvel universe. But now it’s 2029, and the mutants of the world have long been cleaned out. Logan (Jackman) is older, his healing capabilities have slowed, his claws …

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You Get Me is the latest teenage thriller put out by Netflix, and unless you are really bored, it won’t be worth your time. Tyler and his girlfriend Alison are doing just fine until one of her ex’s show up and show him that he really doesn’t know Ali at all. So in a moment of …

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I’ll be completely honest with you. Friday morning when I started watching GLOW on Netflix, I had zero interest in it. I was watching simply because I was curious what Alison Brie has been up to since Community and because it was written by Jenji Kohan who has done fantastic work on Weeds and Orange Is The New …

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When last we saw things in Litchfield, things were a little bit of a mess. Poussey was killed by an inmate, Daya had a gun in her hand and a guard laying on the floor in front of her. Riots and hostages are the flavors for Season 5, as we progress through three days of heaven …

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Sarah Silverman is back from surgery and she hasn’t lost her touch in a new Netflix special, which has become a staple for the online streamer (See: Hasan Minaj and Amy Schumer). One second you’re a speck of dust floating through space. You’re nothing. The next, I want my face on money. A Speck of Dust …

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It’s back and as riveting as ever. I rated Season 4 as the best season they’d done so far…and Season 5 lived up to those levels, keep the power couple at the top of the Netflix food chain. One Nation. Underwood. Fresh off an Islamic attack on American soil the President is gearing up for …

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