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Should You Subscribe to Peacock, NBC’s New Streaming Platform?

On Thursday, NBC made several announcements regarding its new streaming site, Peacock—its attempt at keeping up with streaming giants like Netflix and Hulu. But how do you decide where to subscribe among all of these options, assuming you can’t get access to a friend’s account? Below, everything you need to know about…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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What to Watch on Netflix This Weekend

Netflix must figure we’re all out watching Oscar contenders in the theater; why else would they leave us with so few decent streamables with which to fill our long weekend? Don’t worry—we’ve got you covered. Here are Lifehacker’s choices for what to stream on Netflix each day of your minibreak.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Don’t Buy a New TV

The proposition is seemingly simple. A television should show you a moving picture, provide some accompanying sound, and ideally, blend in with your home decor. This has been the case since the invention of TV. This year at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, we saw the newest and best TVs. They’re…Read more… […]

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From Picard to the Most Wanted: 24 new shows to watch this January

Television scheduling has shifted so much since the advent of “peak TV” that new shows are constantly sprouting up even in the dead of winter. The 2020 premieres start with the reboot of a tearjerker drama, the return of an iconic captain, a few fiery stand-up specials, and RuPaul’s first foray into scripted series. …Read […]

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From Picard to the Most Wanted: 24 new shows to watch this January

Television scheduling has shifted so much since the advent of “peak TV” that new shows are constantly sprouting up even in the dead of winter. The 2020 premieres start with the reboot of a tearjerker drama, the return of an iconic captain, a few fiery stand-up specials, and RuPaul’s first foray into scripted series. …Read […]

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What’s New on Netflix the Week of December 23, 2019

Sexy stalker-murderer Joe Goldberg is back in the second season of You, which debuts Thursday, the day after Christmas. You’re sprawled on your couch, hungover from interactions with the very real psychopaths with whom you’ve been forced to contend this holiday season, and who better to spend the final days of the…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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What’s New on Netflix the Week of December 23, 2019

Sexy stalker-murderer Joe Goldberg is back in the second season of You, which debuts Thursday, the day after Christmas. You’re sprawled on your couch, hungover from interactions with the very real psychopaths with whom you’ve been forced to contend this holiday season, and who better to spend the final days of the…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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The CW blew up its DC multiverse, and it couldn’t have happened at a better time

These days, comic-book crossover events have a reputation for returning to the status quo at the end, with the size of the stakes directly correlating to how meaningless those stakes will end up being by the end. You can’t really kill Superman anymore, because you need to sell a Superman comic next month. It’s funny,…Read […]

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The CW blew up its DC multiverse, and it couldn’t have happened at a better time

These days, comic-book crossover events have a reputation for returning to the status quo at the end, with the size of the stakes directly correlating to how meaningless those stakes will end up being by the end. You can’t really kill Superman anymore, because you need to sell a Superman comic next month. It’s funny,…Read […]

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What to Watch on Netflix in January 2020

Next month on Netflix, Bojack Horseman and Anne with an E both wrap up. Sabrina, Sex Education, Hip-Hop Evolution, The Inbestigators, and Grace and Frankie return. There’s a new Tyler Perry movie, and comedy specials from Alex Fernández, Fortune Feimster, and Vir Das. Germany gets its own Nailed It! Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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The 25 best TV shows of 2019

In our look back at the best television of 2019, we’ll spare you the requisite references to “peak TV” and the 500-plus scripted series that aired or streamed this year, because nothing demonstrates that magnitude quite like lining up our mid-year findings with our year-end list. Some early contenders, including a… Read more…

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What’s Coming and Going From Netflix the Week of December 9, 2019

Netflix! Disney+ and Hulu haven’t won yet! Don’t stop trying! What the hell is this slate of streamables? It’s the Slate of the Defeated, a weak, end-of-year nothingfest that says “Why bother?”. If you have to watch Netflix, you have to watch 6 Underground (Friday), a Ryan Reynolds-Mélanie Laurent flick in which a… Continue Reading […]

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