Category: news

NBC to Get Back Into The Paper Business in 2018

I am not sure about this, part of me feels that Christmas came early this year, and the other part of me remembers what happened when Scrubs Medical School premiered. But, NBC is going to revive one of my favorite shows in 2018, The Office. The show takes place around paper company Dunder Mifflin, and the people who make up the team. In 9 seasons, we fell in love with this cast. We were elated when Jim finally asked Pam out on a date. He felt sadness the day Michael Scott left Dunder Mifflin, the company he loved, to...

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Harry Potter “Casts” Goodbye to Freeform

Things that have lasted the test of time, Superbowl Parties where someone gets so wasted they forget they are watching football, The Day After Halloween where you can get reduced candy, and Freefrom having Harry Potter Weekend every three weeks. But in 2018 one of these traditions will cease to exist. Freeform lost the rights to show the Harry Potter franchise. The network that was known as ABC Family before the worst name change in modern American history, will have one more huge Harry potter Weekend before it all comes to an end on Dec 28th to Dec 31st....

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EA’s first round of Battlefront II DLC released

Electronic Arts (EA) and its recently released video game, Star Wars Battlefront II, have been in the news lately due to the controversy of adding microtransactions into the game. Because of complaints from fans and players and ultimately a conversation with Disney, EA has since temporarily removed the microtransactions from the game. On Tuesday, EA has released the first in a series of downloadable content that is centered around the upcoming release of Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi, which hits theaters Dec. 15. The first of many updates this month will allow the player to choose...

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Stranger Things Picked Up For a Third Season

It is official. Break out the set of Christmas Lights, make sure the Eggo Waffles are accessible, and remember the power of eleven because Netflix has renewed Stranger Things for a third season. The Duffer Brothers trip into a horror filled 80s has been critically acclaimed by a lot of people. The show did kind of come out of nowhere and now is a pop culture phenomenon. However, is it possible the show is being put out to the masses to quickly. One of the things that seem to plague the streaming originals is that seasons need to be...

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