Admit it: Netflix is the third party in your relationship.
Take a peek behind the curtain.
Pages to turn when you're tired of scrolling.
The streaming giant has a good idea what you'll watch after finishing all of "Orange Is the New Black."
You know, anyone who's bursting with talent and initiative.
You are not a one dimensional being and your struggle with food & body didn't come about merely because you ate the wrong
A mother walks into the living room where her pre-teen daughter sprawled on the couch, glued to the TV. Mom is carrying a newly purchased backpack, and states smugly, "She spent the summer binge-watching. Soon she'll be binge-studying." Why do I hate this commercial? Let me count the ways.
House of Cards and Game of Thrones are the same basic show. When you boil it down, each is a collection of morally-ambiguous characters playing a political game of cards.
With all this rigorous research and finger wagging at parents, how could we possibly allow our children to be "dumbed-down
If you've strolled through a city or surfed the web recently, chances are you've found yourself locked in a staring match with Jessica Jones. Portraits of Krysten Ritter as the title character still lurk everywhere, her impressionistic gaze and porcelain skin beckoning your views.
Binge-watching shows is here to stay, and Netflix, Hulu and other streaming television companies know it--that's why they released entire seasons of original shows at once, banking that people like you and me will power through episode after episode.
Just when you think you've heard it all... Finally, we are a culture of lonely, isolated people. Yes, we have social media