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    KEEPING the kids entertained during coronavirus-imposed lockdown isn't the easiest, but luckily Netflix can help shoulder some of the stress. After our re-cap of the top Netflix suggestions for parents, we have now listed the top 35 shows featured on the online broadcaster for all ages - perfect for after home-schooling is done for the day. 34 Super Monsters offers a cute and moral story for kids 1. Super Monsters This animated pre-school series sees six supernatural - yet cute - characters attending school. The little monsters have a moral aspect in that they're always trying to find the best in each other while they encounter a variety of dilemmas. It's suitable for preschoolers, aged three and over. 34 Treehouse...
    THE Umbrella Academy's Kevin Rankin has admitted the brutal teeth removal death in season two was more horrifying than he expected. The 44-year-old actor played TV salesman and conspiracy theorist Elliott in the Netflix series. The best series on Netflix The best movies on Netflix *Major spoilers ahead for The Umbrella Academy* 6The Umbrella Academy's Kevin Rankin has admitted the brutal teeth removal death in season two was more horrifying than he expected Elliott allowed the dysfunctional superheroes to turn his store into their headquarters, but it ended up being a decision he would pay for with his life. Elliott ended up being assassinated by the Swedes in an extremely brutal fashion, having been strapped to a...
    THE Umbrella Academy's boss has shared big plans for season three and says the dysfunctional superheroes will 'start to grow up'. Season two of the comic book Netflix series debuted last month, but show boss Steve Blackman is already thinking ahead to a potential third season. The best series on Netflix The best movies on Netflix 5The Umbrella Academy's boss has shared big plans for season three and says the dysfunctional superheroes will 'start to grow up'Credit: Netflix The second season saw the Hargreeves family in a new timeline, and Steve revealed season three would see them jump again. Despite the upheaval, Steve hopes the dysfunctional family will somehow find a way to get their act together for...
    L.A. threatens to shut off utilities at homes that host big parties 5 Beloved Fast Food Chains That May Go Bankrupt Next How To Sell Your Home For The Best Price Possible Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/8 SLIDES © Netflix / COURTESY OF NETFLIX/NETFLIX The Best Thing About The Umbrella Academy Has to Be Their Outrageous Powers Reginald Hargreeves (Colm Feore) may have picked each of The Umbrella Academy members due to their powers, but how all their powers work together is just about as dysfunctional as their family dynamic. Although the estranged family members eventually come together to stop...
    Next1 of 3Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse It was exciting news when Netflix announced that they would be streaming some epic Black sitcoms such as Moesha and Sister, Sister. But now that Moesha has begun streaming, we also wanted to find a few shows to watch once we finish binge watching our way through the classic series. Luckily for us, Netflix has plenty of options to choose from when it comes to shows to watch that give us some of the magic of Moesha. Whether it is the high school aspect, the family aspect, or something else, all of these shows give us something to love when it comes to your next binge watch. Setting aside the...
    UMBRELLA Academy’s David Castañeda has teased an epic Diego spin-off series set in a parallel universe that would see the siblings not knowing each other. Series two of the superhero comedy-drama only landed on Netflix last week and is already being lauded as even bigger and better than the first.  5David stars as Diego in the hit Netflix comedy superhero drama The first series of the Umbrella Academy was watched by 45 million households when it was released back in February 2019 and fans have been anticipating the second season ever since.  In it viewers see the Hargreeves family travel back in time to the 1960s where they are separated and have to get on with their lives before being...
    Coronavirus pandemic creates Americas first female recession amid child care, unemployment woes McDonalds CEO seems to hint at an upgraded chicken sandwich Hate Cleaning The Toilet? Never Scrub Another Toilet Again Ad Microsoft 17 Ways These $20 Lights Will Upgrade Your Home Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/12 SLIDES © Hilary Lewis Netflix's New Releases Coming in August Netflix is kicking off a new month by adding a fresh slate of movies and TV shows to its streaming service. Original films being added in August include Laura Terruso's dance-competition movie, Work...
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    Even with Netflix’s recommendation algorithm serving you new movies, new TV shows, and original programming tailored to your viewing habits, the streaming service’s fire hose of content makes what’s coming and going difficult to parse. That’s why we break down each month’s info dump with a few recommendations for what to keep on your radar. Following the heels of the Avatar Renaissance, all four seasons of The Legend of Korra will drop on Netflix. Keep your eye out for new seasons of Aggretsuko and Lucifer, along with the debut of Teenage Bounty Hunters. Also landing on the platform are the original Jurassic Park trilogy, the Ocean’s Eleven sequels, and two Daniel Craig James Bond flicks. Available in August Arashi’s...
    EXCLUSIVE: Netflix is satisfying the palates of crime and mafia fans with its latest original offering, “Fear City: New York vs. The Mafia,” a docuseries that delves deep into the first-hand accounts by former mobsters and law enforcement officials.One of those officials, former FBI agent Joe Cantamessa, spoke with Fox News and opened up about his time as an intelligence operative responsible for infiltrating the lives of the city’s most feared mafia bosses in the 1970s – all in the concerted effort to take down five crime families and enact what became the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) act. The Italian-American said his work, along with hundreds of others on the case, was the first time in his life he had seen...
    Netflix For indispensable reporting on the coronavirus crisis and more, subscribe to Mother Jones' newsletters.I learned about Netflix’s new show, Indian Matchmaking, during a phone call with my dad. He said he’d read a Twitter thread from an Indian woman who talked about her traumatic experiences navigating arranged marriages. Reading it reminded him of a period in my life, my mid-twenties, when we were searching for a groom for me.  I am a South Indian who grew up in Mumbai. For many Indian women, including me, mid-twenties is the time when parents have the “talk”—except this talk isn’t about sex or puberty (sexual education is glossed over in Indian schools and families). It’s about a plan to settle down with...
    We are obsessed with this millennial and she is our lockdown #GirlCrush! Firstly, a delight that she is, Mithila is affable and modest with the sinfully voluminous curls just greeting a big hello – drawing us to her primarily! With the lockdown, Mithila has taken to keep us hooked on the gram with her dancing, saree draping and throwback shenanigans. One such vibe, an ode to those days of the summer – Mithila’s sunny side up vibe delighted! From kickstarting her career in a theatre company to breaking a leg with a web series, Mithila earned her big break in Karwaan sharing screen space with the late Irrfan Khan and Dulquer Salmaan. On the fashion front, Mithila’s self-confessed days of...
    The apocalypse is coming in just a matter of days, and the dysfunctional, superpowered, adopted siblings of The Umbrella Academy might be the only ones capable of stopping it. That’s the plot of the first season of Netflix’s show based on The Umbrella Academy, a comic series by My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way and artist Gabriel Bá. Surprise: it’s also the plot of the second season, which releases on July 31. “Again?” perpetually intoxicated medium Klaus (Robert Sheehan of Misfits) asks when his time-traveling brother Five (Aidan Gallagher) explains the pending doomsday. Yet while the threat and many of the story beats are familiar, a new setting and lighter tone keeps the second season of The Umbrella Academy from...
    (CNN)In 2004, the body of a Black man named Alonzo Brooks was found in a creek. Now, over a decade after the trail went cold, the FBI exhumed Brooks' body after Netflix's "Unsolved Mysteries" brought his case to the forefront. Brooks' grave was dug up at the Topeka cemetery on Tuesday "as part of an ongoing investigation," FBI spokeswoman Bridget Patton confirmed to CNN. She declined to comment on any further details. The caseBrooks was 23 years old at the time of his death. He was one of only three Black men at a party in La Cygne, Kansas, that had about 100 guests, according to the FBI. He rode to the party with friends, but they left before him,...
    As restaurants endure economic losses, others feel pain, too Fact check: Yes, theres a national coin shortage. Heres why Netflix in August: Heres Everything Coming and Going (Video) © TheWrap Lucifer Season 5 Netflix is out with its list of everything coming and going in August, and the list includes Season 5 of "Lucifer" and a new film starring Jamie Foxx called "Project Power." Other highlights include the 1991 "The Addams Family" movie; "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" starring Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet; "Jurassic Park" and "Jurassic Park III," and the 1979 version of "Mad Max," to name a few. Netflix original series include season three of "The Rain," and "Selling Sunset," a new cartoon called "Hoops,"...
    The body of a black man in Kansas who died 16 years ago under mysterious circumstances was exhumed on Tuesday, following a surge in interest in his case thanks to a Netflix documentary. Alonzo Brooks was 23 when he disappeared after a party in the rural town of La Cygne on the night of April 3, 2004. He was one of only three black people at the gathering of 100 revelers, and some partygoers made racist comments, Stephen McAllister, U.S. Attorney, said. McAllister said there were also numerous reports of multiple fights breaking out.  Alonzo Brooks, 23, died following an April 3, 2004 party in La Cygne, Kansas Brooks' body was exhumed from a cemetery in Topeka, Kansas on...
    Johnny Ortiz, an actor who held roles in the Kevin Costner-led film “McFarland USA,” and the Netflix movie “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie,” has been charged with attempted murder, Fox News has confirmed. In a criminal complaint filed by the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office (DA) and obtained by Fox News on Monday, the 24-year-old Ortiz is facing a charge of premeditated attempted murder and is being held on $1.1 million bail. The DA’s office told Fox News that Ortiz and his co-defendant Armando Miguel Navarro both appeared before a judge on Monday and the case is set for a preliminary hearing on September 22. GABRIEL FERNANDEZ CASE: LA JUDGE DISMISSES CHARGES AGAINST SOCIAL WORKERS ACCUSED OF CHILD ABUSE, FALSIFYING RECORDS...
    Denzel Washington and Julia Roberts have signed on to star in the family drama “Leave the World Behind,” based on the upcoming Rumaan Alam novel. Netflix has landed feature film rights to the novel, and the deal is believed to be a blockbuster payday for the two A-list stars. Sam Esmail, whose credits include “Mr. Robot” and “Homecoming” (on which he worked with Roberts), is attached to direct from his own adapted script. “Leave the World Behind” is a story about two families, strangers to each other, who are forced together on a long weekend gone terribly wrong. Roberts will play the mother of the family that rents a house and Washington will portray the homeowner. The story explores the...
    delayed release dates of several films, although it has not negatively affected online streaming services, but rather the opposite: as the main cities around the world made separate calls to practice “social distancing”, many saw themselves we saw the obligation to stay at home for weeks. And if you see the glass half full, this means that there has not been time like the present to catch up with those movies that you have left pending. “Data-reactid =” 13 “> The COVID-19 pandemic delayed the dates of Launching of several films, although it has not negatively affected online streaming services, but rather the opposite: as major cities around the world made separate calls to practice “social distancing”, many They saw...
    A 9-year-old transgender girl is featured in Netflix's children's series The Baby-Sitters Club. Kai Shappley was at the center of a bathroom controversy in 2016 in Pearland, Texas, when school officials told the child she had to use the boys’ bathroom in kindergarten. Kai’s mother, Kimberly Shappley, said at the time that Kai had identified as female since about age 2 or 3 and she fought the school system to allow the child to use the girls’ bathroom. The family moved from Pearland to Austin following the controversy, citing the city’s more welcoming environment to gender identity. "It was just the safest little place that we could move to for Kai to have equal opportunities as all of...
    toggle audio on and off change volume download audio WTOP's Jason Fraley reviews 'Unsolved Mysteries' “Unsolved Mysteries” became a staple of true-crime documentary TV from 1987-2010. Last week, Netflix debuted the first six episodes of its much-anticipated reboot. Sadly, late great host Robert Stack died in 2003, so that iconic element is obviously missing. Instead, there’s a brand new approach of no host and no narrator. This is a smart move, as there was no way to possibly replace Stack, while letting the actual voices of the cases tell their stories and how their lives have been changed. More importantly, the show keeps the same creepy piano theme music and fascinating crime tales to create a binge-worthy series that sheds...
    Coronavirus, unemployment, uncertainty imperil Texas workers: It trickles down 7 Things Dr. Fauci Does When He Shops for Groceries Critics Notebook: Can Emmy Voters Look Beyond The Simpsons and Family Guy in the Animation Race? © Courtesy of Amazon; Netflix.Apple tv+ A glaring Emmy injustice was rectified last year when Netflix's BoJack Horseman — easily one of the smartest, funniest, best-written, best-looking and best-acted comedies of the past decade — finally garnered its first outstanding animated program nomination. Centered on the eponymous washed-up sitcom star (voiced by Will Arnett), Raphael Bob-Waksberg's Hollywood satire was hardly a hidden gem; fans and critics were united in their resounding praise. Its conspicuous absence from Emmy contention led some commentators to wonder whether...
    Meghan Markle was best known for her role as Rachel Zane in "Suits." NBC Universal/Getty Images Business Insider Experts believe that the Duchess of Sussex could make a comeback in Hollywood — but the roles she would take on would be drastically different now. Meghan Markle is best known for her role as Rachel Zane in "Suits," and fans have speculated whether she could return to the world of TV and film after resigning from the royal family and moving to LA. Jen Rudin, a casting director who worked with the Duchess of York, believes Markle could find success in voice-over work after the success of the "Elephant" documentary she narrated earlier this year. However, royal...
    Netflix is adding lots of new titles in July, including new seasons of shows like "Deadwind" and "Cable Girls."  Movies like "The Notebook," "Paranormal Activity," and "Sleepless in Seattle" will also be added to the streaming service this month.  But some fan favorites will be removed from the site in July, too, like "Her," "Ex Machina," and "Back to the Future."  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Netflix just revealed the movies and TV shows that will be coming to — and leaving — the site in July. Shows like "Deadwind" and "Cable Girls" will have new seasons available to stream on the site in July, and plenty of movies will also be added to the streaming service...
    Next1 of 2Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse This month on For Fans Of, we talk what’s coming to and leaving Netflix in July and what you need to add to your queue. Listen to For Fans Of, an entertainment podcast from FanSidedWhat’s New on Netflix (July 2020) Shea and Josh run through what’s coming to Netflix in July 2020 and give their picks for must-watch new shows and old movies you need to see. More about For Fans Of: A Pop Culture PodcastA monthly entertainment podcast covering all things TV and movies, focusing on what’s new on Netflix, hosted by FanSided staffers Shea Corrigan and Josh Hill.RELATED PRODUCTMonopoly Stranger Things EditionBuy Now!Buy Now!What’s coming to Netflix July...