Many people are gearing up for 2018 with resolutions to get in shape, clean up their finances and live life to the fullest. But it appears that Netflix just wants us all to keep binge watching.
As the end of the year draws to a close, we tend to reflect on things that matter and our highlights of the year — and with that, Netflix is here to recap how much time you wasted binge watching TV in 2017.
Christmas is coming up, so cue all the cheesy (or glorious, depending on how you feel about them) Hallmark movies.
Well, we are two days into November now and while you may be dreading the weather getting colder or having to get quizzed about your life decisions by your in-laws at Thanksgiving, there are some things to look forward to this month.
Well, it’s almost a new month, which means it’s time for some new movies to hit Netflix.
The summer weather is heating up, and if you can’t bear the thought of braving triple-digit temperatures, staying in and rewatching your favorite movies or binge watching a new TV show could be a great, cool alternative.
With the arrival of June, most schools are getting out for the summer and fun family vacations and barbecues are being planned.
If you have been waiting to binge watch some of your favorite shows, then May is your month.
If you are looking for some family-friendly movies to watch with the kids during a quiet weekend at home, Netflix is hooking you up for April.
In November, we highlighted four movies we felt are great films that are super underrated movies that no one talks about. To follow up with that, we are now featuring four movies that we think are highly overrated.
As if playing a regular instrument wasn’t hard enough already, now people are creating and playing woodwinds made out of produce.
Golf is perhaps considered an old man sport to some and is riveting and challenging to others, but after watching this video, no one can deny the impressive quality of golf balls.
Some states in the U.S. use snowplows to clear snow from the road. One area in Idaho has to use them for tumbleweeds.
Patrick Hufschmid has demonstrated that he is a master craftsmen in a recent time-lapse video.
Depending on how you feel about glitter, you will either love or hate this video.
The video depicts a 1-year time lapse of the earth captured by NASA’s EPIC camera on the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s DSCOVR satellite. The camera took one picture every two hours beginning in August 2015.