The online service Hoopla—also an app for iOS, Android, and Amazon devices—is a great way to enjoy all the conveniences of your local library without having to leave your home.
When it comes to televisions, bigger isn’t always better. Yes, if you have a huge living room then a giant TV is great. However, if your living room is on the smaller side, then you can end up in a situation where you’re sitting way too close to that massive screen, even when you’re technically sitting on the other…
Despite its quirky humor and overly lit sets, The Good Place manages to tackle some of the biggest moral quandaries life has to offer each episode by teaching lessons with some very real philosophy. Watching through it, I can’t help but feel like the show makes for an excellent, if basic, intro to moral philosophy…
If September fills you with back-to-school nostalgia, you’ll probably be pleased by the many throwbacks coming to Netflix next month. Sharpen some new pencils as Vincent Vega plunges a syringe into Mia Wallace in Pulp Fiction! Cover your textbooks while Todd Anderson climbs onto a desk in Dead Poets Society! Make a…
The novelty of summer is wearing off, and we’re spending more time in the nice air-conditioned indoors. That means more time for catching up on Netflix. We’ve figured out efficient ways to binge watch television shows—now all that’s left is figuring out what to watch.
If it feels like there are a lot more commercials on network TV these days, it’s not just because you’ve become accustomed to ad-free Netflix. A thread on AVS Forum from 2013 found that TBS sped up episodes of Seinfeld by 7.5 percent to air more ads. The clip that shows a side-by-side comparison of the TBS episode and…
Everyone is freaking out about the season seven premiere of Game of Thrones—and you’re totally behind. Don’t worry, you can catch up and be ready to watch with all your friends in no time.
The season seven premiere of Game of Thrones is almost upon us. Before all the glorious killing begins this Sunday, why not make watching the show a bit more interesting?
If you grew up watching Double Dare, or any Nickelodeon shows at all, you probably remember the green slime. People have tried to make their own versions for years, but now the true recipe has finally been revealed.
Sun’s out, guns out! While it may be time to give your TV a much-needed summer vacation, hotter temps mean you’re more likely to heat things up romantically, and Netflix is here to help you chill with some out of this world summer additions (and some unfortunate show departures).
Season two of Netflix’s Master of None is thoughtful, funny, and often quite touching, but mixed in the fray is an episode that portrays the awkward world of online dating better than anything else out there. And, as it turns out, there are some great lessons buried beneath all that cringe-y humor.
Spring is here, but that doesn’t mean any of us want to do anything but binge watch TV. Netflix is bringing a bunch of its original TV shows back this month in the United States alongside tons of other new movies.
Any fan of The Simpsons remembers the time Homer accidentally came up with a delicious drink recipe, the “Flaming Homer,” only to have it stolen from him by Moe. Here’s how to make that magical cocktail and other favorites from the series.
Netflix is about to rain down on April with some nerd-friendly original content, but that’s coming at the cost of some of the best nerd-friendly classic TV.
If you feel like long title sequences are getting in the way of your epic binge-watching nights, Netflix is trying to help you out. Now you can skip the intro of some of the service’s more popular TV shows.
Choosing between two options is much easier than choosing between five. That’s why Netflix is about to ditch the five star rating system it’s had since the beginning.
Spring is in the air and daylight saving time is about to start, which means those carefree lazy nights of binge watching Netflix will now come with a side of guilt as you look off into the late evening sunset. Good thing there’s some good stuff arriving this month in the U.S. to keep you occupied.
2017 is now in full swing, and Netflix is yet again bringing a ton of new original movies and TV shows alongside some decent stuff from other networks. That includes some real winners this month, like Finding Dory and The People v. O.J. Simpson.
When Netflix launched the feature to save movies and shows to your phone, it was a pain for Android users to save those movies to an SD card. Now, Netflix has been updated to simplify matters.
The future you’ve been waiting for has arrived. Amazon has added a new accepted wake word to activate your personal voice assistant: Computer. I don’t need to explain how cool this is to Star Trek nerds.