“Big Little Lies” Season 1 may have had a satisfying ending with the death of Perry (Alexander Skarsgard), but fans are wondering whether or not there’s hope for a second season for the hit HBO TV series. While speaking with TV Line, Skarsgard himself may have hinted that there won’t be a second season for “Big… Continue reading
Alec Baldwin was a high-profile choice as the resident “Saturday Night Live” Trump impersonator, but after he debuted last year with much fanfare, some in the comedy world wondered: What about Anthony Atamanuik?
The Upright Citizens Brigade performer and instructor, who took his impersonation on the road for the “Trump vs. Bernie” mock debates last year, has earned widespread acclaim and developed quite the following for his take on the current president. Now, Comedy Central is giving Atamanuik a full half-hour every week to play Trump in a satirical topical news program. —Washington Post
American Horror Story fans got a surprise Monday as tidbits of information about Season 6 appeared on social media channels for the show. Many were certain the Season 6 theme would soon be announced after these channels went black on June 14; however, as of Monday, the AHS Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts don profile pictures… Continue reading
Daenerys has had a brief but impactful storyline in Game of Thrones Season 6. We haven’t seen her all that much, but when we have, she’s done big things. She was captured by the Dothraki, and now she controls the united Dothraki horde—the most powerful military force in the world. She’s returning to Meereen, where Tyrion… Continue reading
People love watching animal documentaries, mostly because wildlife is so different than human life. Seeing exotic and giant animals tend to get the most interest due to their dominance in the animal kingdom. watch Ice Age 2002 movie online now
BBC Earth is great at showing giant animals in their natural habitat and recently aired a short youtube clip showing the great white shark feeding on its prey. In the clip, Steve Backshall is on the look out for one of the oceans most giant animals, the great white shark, in order to measure just how much of a super giant this enormous predator truly is.
Quality : HD
Title : Logan
Director : James Mangold.
Release : 2017-03-01
Language : English.
Runtime : 135 min.
Genre : Action, Drama, Science Fiction.
Logan is a movie genre Action, was released in March 1, 2017. James Mangold was directed this movie and starring by Hugh Jackman. This movie tell story about In the near future, a weary Logan cares for an ailing Professor X in a hide out on the Mexican border. But Logan’s attempts to hide from the world and his legacy are up-ended when a young mutant arrives, being pursued by dark forces.
If you love Netflix, then you should definitely check out their original programming. Between their highly acclaimed dramas, stand-up comedy specials, animated comedies and kid’s shows, there’s something for everybody on the most popular online streaming site.
Below is a complete list of all Netflix original programming.
NOTE: This document may change from time to time as Netflix cancels plans and adds new programming.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
Grace and Frankie
Orange Is The New Black
The Get Down
House of Cards
Lost & Found Music Studios
Master of None
Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp
W/ Bob & David
F is for Family
VeggieTales in the House
All Hail King Julien
The Adventures of Puss in Boots
The Mr. Peabody and Sherman Show
Care Bears & Cousins
Dawn of the Croods
The Problem Solverz
Star Wars: The Clone Wars
Trailer Park Boys
Trailer Park Boys: Live in F**kin’ Dublin
Trailer Park Boys: Swearnet Live
Trailer Park Boys: Live at the North Pole
Bojack Horseman Christmas Special: Sabrina’s Christmas Wish
Ever After High: Spring Unsprung
Ever After High: Way Too Wonderland
A Very Murray Christmas
Trailer Park Boys: Drunk, High And Unemployed Live In Austin
Marco Polo: One Hundred Eyes
Making a Murderer
Russell Peters vs. the World
Art of Conflict
The Zen of Bennett
The Short Game
The Battered Bastards of Baseball
Print the Legend
My Own Man
The Other One: The Long Strange Trip of Bob Weir
Hot Girls Wanted
What Happened, Miss Simone?
Keith Richards: Under the Influence
Winter on Fire: Ukraine’s Fight for Freedom
Bill Burr: You People Are All the Same
Craig Ferguson: I’m Here to Help
Mike Birbiglia: My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend
Russell Peters: Notorious
Aziz Ansari: Buried Alive
Jim Jefferies: Bare
Chelsea Handler: Uganda Be Kidding Me
Doug Benson: Doug Dynasty
Chelsea Peretti: One of the Greats
Bill Burr: I’m Sorry You Feel That Way
Nick Offerman: American Ham
Iliza Shlesinger: Freezing Hot
Ralphie May: Unruly
Aziz Ansari: Live at Madison Square Garden
Chris D’Elia: Incorrigible
Jen Kirkman: I’m Gonna Die Alone (And I Feel Fine)
Chris Tucker: Chris Tucker Live
Demetri Martin: Live (At the Time)
Anjelah Johnson: Not Fancy
Anthony Jeselnik: Thoughts and Prayers
John Mulaney: The Comeback Kid
Brent Morin: I’m Brent Morin
Mike Epps: After Dark
Tom Segura: Mostly Stories
Beasts of No Nation
The Ridiculous 6
The best show on USA just got better, with mind-expanding experiences ranging beyond visits with your local Buddhist to discuss interpersonal relationships and into the vastness of psychedelic experiences.
This may be the only show on television that actually deals with what is happening with modern day “fuck-it” America. People these days are trapped within the capitalist system, pushed beyond their own expectations and into a realm of opportunism. This show actually visualizes the world how it is… with the help of really good looking characters who don’t have financial problems.
Polyamorism isn’t new and it isn’t a paradigm shift in itself, but it’s a lifestyle finally affecting a big enough portion of the population that the entertainment industry can actually make a buck off of it. That isn’t to say that this show exists purely to capitalize on the trend, just the opposite. The trend enabled a television network like USA to feel no shame running with it to appease a portion of their audience. I happen to fall into that demographic and I’ve been pleasantly engaged in a TV show that doesn’t rehash the same old laundry list of cliches that other shows follow. Instead, we have a story line involving a spectrum of morality spanning genders, generations, and genie-like wish fulfillment. That may be the dividing line between the show and reality, that what you see in ‘Satisfaction’ is very much a fantasy — but how far from real life can it be?
Pot has already been legalized in enough areas that we can really say the U.S. is a cannabis-embracing country without it being based on conjecture. Homosexual marriage is now the law of the land and that means more people are open about, unafraid of, or willing to experiment in sensual liaisons with the same sex. Life in 2015 just isn’t what it was in 1955. Sixty years ago, deviants put lots of grease in their hair and smoked cigarettes in the boys room. Today, deviants are the norm. Nerds are the norm. It’s cool to be a porn star and it’s hip to sell drugs.
Old-school TV is a dying cyber-breed and that may be why USA decided to release this season of ‘Satisfaction’ online. The world that television drama needs to beckon is the world it should draw all of its creative ideas from and for this reason alone ‘Satisfaction’ hits a home-run. Issues that used to be taboo are now more-than tolerated, they’re embraced by the mythology of show creator Sean Jablonski who calls it “a post-modern love story”. Issues of modern-day dating, modern-day parenting and modern-day sexual indulgences are more than commonplace, they’re becoming a standard of living that extends beyond metrosexuality and liberalism and into uncharted TV territory like families without a nucleus, businesses that embrace the black market and, most of all, sex that doesn’t require a written consent form to engage in.
Quality : HD
Title : Below Her Mouth
Director : April Mullen.
Release : 2017-02-10
Language : English.
Runtime : 92 min.
Genre : Drama.
Movie Below Her Mouth was released in February 10, 2017 in genre Drama. April Mullen was directed this movie and starring by Erika Linder. This movie tell story about An unexpected affair quickly escalates into a heart-stopping reality for two women whose passionate connection changes their lives forever.
Some new characters cast to save a show from certain death do the opposite of said desired result, and Josh Meyers on That 70s Show is a perfect example.
I sometimes look for an old sitcom to put on in the background while I work and recently found myself in a That 70s Show binge. It was fun at first because the laughter sounded like it was a real studio audience. Then the second season hit and it started feeling like a fake audience mixed in with the real one, but at least the show still had decent writing, clever jokes and running gags galore, and the casting and acting worked. It wasn’t until I finally hit the 8th season that I realized why the show was cut short.
That might sound weird because the show wasn’t officially cancelled but concluded in 2006 at the end of the 8th season, but it was pretty obvious why. Sure, season 7 had a big drop in ratings which could have possibly meant that the Wednesday night audience just wasn’t interested anymore, and it could have really meant that the show had already run its course since both Topher Grace (Eric) and Ashton Kutcher (Kelso) had already decided to pursue film careers exclusively. But you know what REALLY killed the show for me? The new characters, specifically Josh Meyers.
Josh Meyers is the brother of Late Night star Seth Meyers, whom I don’t particularly like either. The two of them have a shit-eating grin forever plastered to their face that brings my hatred of humanity to new heights every time I see them. It wasn’t just that Seth would laugh at his own jokes on SNL which pushed me over the edge, it was that his jokes just weren’t that funny yet his facial expression told a whole other story. He’s marketable, and that’s about it. There’s no artistry, only junior high level humor and the crux of his theatrical presence levitates right on the line of mediocrity. He’s a personality and it’ll probably work for Late Night for years to come, but I hope I never see him in an actual acting role.
Josh, on the other hand, has had a few and I’m still trying to figure out why. In season 8 of That 70s Show he’s the worst addition to a cast I’ve ever seen. While all the other main characters have strong, distrinctive personalities, Meyers’ is virtually non-existent. He looks perfect and only serves as a tool to push the story along. The other more perfect-looking people, Kelso and Jackie, ran archetypes that offset the more normal, geeky characters I grew to love by season 2. These new characters, though? The producers should be ashamed of themselves; Josh Meyers should have been strapped to a chair and beaten for a while before being allowed on set. It would have given him character. He was a terrible replacement for Eric Foreman, but more importantly he was a poor excuse for an actor.
I realized I hated Seth Meyers around the time that he had his brother Josh on Late Night to talk about their family. Guess what? I don’t care about your family. I want to hear about the entertainment industry, that’s why I tune into talk shows like that. It turns out, Seth worked a similar thing into his Weekend Update on SNL a few years ago as well. I looked it up to see if it was funny. It wasn’t. Again, I don’t care about your family, the jokes are only funny to you and your friends, not to me as a viewer. It’s a bigger waste of time than watching a sitcom in the first place. I mean, I’ve already chosen to waste my time and laugh at dumb jokes, but now you’re going to make jokes that only you think are funny and the audience is laughing nervously to? Argh, someone kill their careers please.
So, That 70s Show finally fell apart for me. Only 9 years late, I guess. To be honest, I don’t think I missed anything. Aside from the cultural relevance of helping to push pot smoking into the mainstream throughout the early 2000s, the show’s only real relevance is being the start of four actors’ careers.