Month: March 2020

Stay Quarantined with Amazon Prime’s April 2020 Releases

Amazon to the rescue once again! Do more than order your coronavirus supplies by checking out what’s coming to Amazon Prime this April. Original series, TV shows, and movies are all listed below. Original Series Available April 5 The Tick: Season 2 Available April 12 Diablo Guardian: Season 2 Bug Diaries: Season 1 Available April …

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Social Distance Yourself with Netflix’s April 2020 Releases

The coronavirus is taking over the news stratosphere daily. With more and more cities instructed to practice social distancing, you can keep safe, and entertained, by binge watching these new releases from Netflix.  Available April 1 David Batra: Elefanten I Rummet How to Fix a Drug Scandal The Iliza Shlesinger Sketch Show Nailed It!: Season …

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Entertain Your Quarantined Kids with Disney+ April 2020 Releases

Kids can be restless during the coronavirus quarantine period. Keep them entertained by tuning into Disney+. An array of new releases will be available in April including such favorites as Doctor Dolittle, National Treasure, and Man in Space. View the full list below. April 1 Doctor Dolittle April 3 Onward Life on the Edge (new …

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What “Council of Dads” Michael O’Neill Wants Us To Know About the Importance of Family

From the moment you meet Michael O’Neill you know two things for sure: you have seen him before in a number of television shows and movies, and you are certain that chatting with this devoted family man is going to make you feel both rich and inspired. The native of Montgomery, Alabama, he lives with …

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The Way Back’s Director Gavin O’Connor on Why We All Need Second Chances

The Way Back’s director Gavin O’Connor is using the game of basketball to tell an important story about overcoming insurmountable odds and coming out the other side to find redemption. The new movie from Warner Bros. is about Jack Cunningham, (Ben Affleck), a former high school basketball star whose life has unraveled and is filled …

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