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Ultimate 6er | Netflix Original ProgrammingJune 22, 2016 | Scott Johnson
Netflix is the little technology business that could, going from movies-through-the-mail to one of the largest streaming services in the world. Available on every smart device and video game console available, Netflix has a reported total of 81 million people – with 46 million being in the US alone. It’s replaced cable for most of us, opening up a treasure chest of hidden gems and old classics in the most digestible manner possible. Netflix is now a powerhouse in the audio/visual world after acquiring exclusivity rights with Disney, but also through releasing their own original content.
For this week’s Ultimate 6er, we’ll be looking at several of the heavy hitters in the Netflix Original Lineup. Don’t fret if you don’t see any of your favorites here, but these have some of the best beer combinations you could hope to ever watch with your favorite show. So let’s Netflix and Chill (more like cooler) for some summer streaming! Read More
Pop Culture Week in Review | 4/18 – 4/24April 24, 2015 | Christian Bolen Walker
This week’s Pop Culture Review isn’t so much a look into the past week as it is a glimpse into the future. We’ve got departure dates for some of our favorite TV hosts, announcements for upcoming projects in TV and Film, and we have four movie trailers that are guaranteed to awaken your inner nerd.
Pop Culture Week in Review | March 28 – April 3April 3, 2015 | Christian Bolen Walker
April Fools’ pranks, drama on Twitter, and new trailers. What more could you want?
Pop Culture Week in Review 11/1 – 11/8November 8, 2013 | Nik Heimach
Usually when we start a Week in Review with, “this has been a slow week for pop culture,” it’s not entirely true. It’s a lament to a slow week for bombastic mainstream news. No, this doesn’t mean I’m putting on the hipster glasses, it just means there’s been a lot of niche news. While that’s the case this week, there was one megabust that dropped: Blockbuster is dead, long live Blockbuster. This time, it’s more than just a flesh-wound.