There are so many different forms of streaming services that people can subscribe to. With Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, Youtube Premium, and many more, there have been many drops of new shows and movies over the past couple of months.
Netflix has been working hard on making sure there is good content for its subscribers to watch. They have released over 75 shows and movies since April 1. The movie releases include favorites such as Sherlock Holmes, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, The Hangover, The Matrix (and the two sequels), Despicable Me and The Willoughbys. Some of the shows that Netflix has recently released include the 6 seasons of Community, Outer Banks, The Tiger King, Waco and Ozark.
Outer Banks was at #1 on Netflix for a couple weeks. The show is about a group of teenagers who find clues to a couple hundred million dollars, and they are determined to get their hand on it before anyone else does. Even if that means risking their life for it.
The Tiger King was also trending on Netflix for quite some time. The show is about the life of exotic pet owners, focusing on Joe Exotic. It’s almost like a documentary about his life, including the hundreds of big cats that he had bred and raised.
Hulu also has many shows that are up for their subscribers to stream. The more popular shows that are streamed on Hulu are 90 day fiancé, Saturday Night Live, The Masked Singer, Rick and Morty, American Horror Story, and many others.
Disney+ is also keeping up on shows that keep their subscribers occupied. They have The Simpsons, The Mandalorian, Star Wars the Clone Wars, Marvel’s Runaways, and almost all of the Disney original shows that we as students grew up with.
Watching shows are a perfect way to pass the time during the quarantine.
- Hi, I'm Nyla Stanley, and I am a sophomore at Gull Lake High School. I have gone to Gull Lake since kindergarten. I play volleyball and soccer on my downtime when I am not doing my school work. I also enjoy hanging out with my friends and listening to music. I joined newspaper because I feel like I go to a lot of events after school and in the community, so why not write about them in a class?