With the coronavirus pandemic and its ensuing lockdown, online streaming seems to be the new winner. In India, we have just seen the launch of Disney+Hotstar, which brings all the Disney+ original content to the market and will compete with existing services like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Zee5, Voot, and others.
Good Girls is an American comedy-drama television series that follows three mothers who are forced to chuck their typical mommy behavior are have to do everything that can be done to reclaim their power. The show is much loved since it’s released on NBC in 2018.
Anyone with content seems to launching a streaming service these days. Whether it was Disney+ and Apple TV+ in November — or the upcoming launches of NBCU’s Peacock and WarnerMedia’s HBO Max.
Scary Movie helped launch the careers of Regina Hall and Anna Faris. It also had four additional sequels. This wasn’t the first horror parody movie, but it reignited the parody genre, leading to many bad parody attempts like Epic Movie, Vampires Suck, Dance Flick, and Disaster Movie. The parody genre isn’t for everyone, but Scary Movie developed a strong cult following because of its hyper awareness, fearlessness with goofy gags, and some genuinely funny takes and commentary on the horror genre.
For those who burned through Netflix’s Tiger King within the first few days of self-isolation, Jeff Lowe has some good news. The current G.W. Zoo owner (and worst person on a show filled with terrible people; don’t at me) has revealed that a new bonus episode is coming to the streaming service next week.
Although I hope that there are those of you out there who get some use out of these features, I will admit that I have been paying extra close attention to Netflix’s new releases every week now that I am stuck inside all the time. It feels like any show or movie could be the next viral hit now that we’ve all quarantined ourselves, and I have a feeling that the Groundhog Day-esque romantic comedy Love Wedding Repeat will find an audience this week.