April showers bring May flowers… and a slew of new TV shows and films available to stream on Hulu. As we kick March to the curb, we prepare to welcome Bong Joon-ho’s Oscar-winning film Parasite (April 8), the final season of Future Man (April 3), and the beloved 2009 classic Zombieland to Hulu. Another new title that streamers seem to be excited about is TLC’s Taken At Birth.
With season 11 of the spy's shenanigans due to start on May 6 this year, there's never been a better time to stream Archer online. It's one of the funniest comedies currently gracing our airwaves, and it is a perfect binge-watch thanks to its sharp one-liners, hilarious callbacks, and ability to keep its characters and settings fresh year after year.
As we continue quarantine protocol (an introductory phrase I never thought I'd write … ever), one of the best ways to pass the time is to have a laugh.
Because everything sucks and we could all do with a pick-me-up, knowing how to watch Brooklyn Nine-Nine online could be the difference between being perpetually bummed out or… well, not. Fortunately, we've got the answer (noice).
Amazon says it will start taking additional steps to ensure the safety of its warehouse workers, SoftBank backs out of its latest WeWork investment and Zoom tries to fix its security issues. Here’s your Daily Crunch for April 2, 2020.
Between Fire TV and Prime Video, Amazon is already well-acquainted with home entertainment. Now, the company appears to be setting its sights on gaming. Amazon has two video games, a big budget sci-fi shooter called Crucible and a massively multiplayer game called New World, set to launch in May, according to a report Thursday from The New York Times. Amazon is also reportedly working to launch its long-rumored cloud gaming service code-named Project Tempo.