We are just two days away from the 95th Academy Awards ceremony, also known as, “The Oscars.” Held this Sunday, March 12th, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, we will see the best of Hollywood receive Academy Awards.
If you have a Netflix membership, you’re probably aware that many titles are disappearing from Netflix without warning every day. These monthly clean-ups can be annoying, but if your favorite show or movie is being removed, there are always other streaming services offering access, like Amazon, Hulu, Peacock, or even Youtube. In order for you to catch them this month before they vanish, here is a compilation of everything being removed in March from Netflix US, including several titles that are labeled as Netflix Originals.
Since Netflix went public in 2002, the streaming giant has changed the way people all over the world access Movies and TV. Netflix has over 221 million subscribers in over 190 different countries. It gets over 10% of global internet traffic, has received 226 different awards and at one point peaked at a market cap of 314 billion dollars. Despite holding a monopoly over streaming services throughout the 2000s and 2010s, Netflix has begun to lose its control over the industry.
Do you ever find yourself in an unmotivated rut? Are you needing to make organizational changes but aren’t quite sure where to even begin?
From voice overing cartoons to bringing gigantuous laughs in comedy, comedian and actor Gilbert Gottfried unfortunately has met his final days in his long battle with myotonic dystrophy type 2, a type of muscular dystrophy. Many comedians and celebrities have paid tribute to Gottfried when they heard of his death, saying that Gottfried was always a funny and charming guy. His jokes stand out most when he spouts inaccurate information about politics and rough-and-ready humor.
Marvel has been releasing TV series all year long exclusively on Disney Plus, and most of them have been praised by critics and audiences for its uniqueness and character building. Today, I’m going to be ranking all the shows from Phase 4 so far, so there will be major spoilers ahead.
For over a year and a half, Broadway has been closed due to the Covid-19 virus, but starting this month, many Broadway classics are returning to the stage with some safety measures in place. Earlier this summer, some productions were already back on stage such as “Springsteen on Broadway” and “Pass Over.”
On Tuesday morning, the nominations for the 2021 Emmys were announced. Here are some of the highlights from the nominations. Netflix’s The Crown and Disney’s The Mandalorian lead the nominations with 24 each. Marvel’s WandaVision received 23 nominations and Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale scored 21.
Marvel’s Jessica Jones Starring: Kysten Ritter (Jessica Jones) Rachael Taylor (Trish Walker) Eka Darville (Malcolm Ducasse) David Tennant (Kilgrave aka The Purple Man) Carrie-Anne Moss (Jeri Hogarth) Wil Traval (Will Simpson) Susie Abromeit (Pam) Mike Colter (Luke Cage) This Netflix original chronicles the life of one of the darker Marvel characters, the mysterious Jessica Jones. […]