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Featured Image courtesy of Dominic Miller/Netflix Everything to watch & stream this month. 'The Investigation' (Per Arnesen/HBO) February 1 The Investigation (HBO) February 2 Tiffany Haddish: They Ready (Netflix) 'Firefly Lane' (Courtesy of Netflix) February 3 Firefly Lane (Netflix) February 4 Impractical Jokers (TruTV) 'Malcolm & Marie' (Dominic Miller/Netflix) February 5 Malcolm & Marie (Netflix) … Continue reading February TV Schedule
After the events of Avengers: Endgame, Wanda Maximoff and Vision have created a new life in the suburbs, working to hide their powers from their neighbors- but this new life isn't as picturesque as it may seem.
As COVID-19 continues to surge through Los Angeles, most filming has halted for returning shows like 'Grey's Anatomy' & 'This Is Us', leaving yet another series of delays. However, January brings the highly anticipated 'WandaVision', the standalone series about the beloved Marvel characters living suburban lives as powerful superheroes.
143 countries, 38,000+ views & 23 teenagers to make it happen.
As we near the end of this tumultuous year, streamers and networks are pulling out all the stops for programming from the return of big ticket shows like 'The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina' to the at-home releases of films like 'Wonder Woman' and 'The Prom'.
With Halloween just barely over, Hollywood is already preparing for the holiday season with Disney's 'The Lego Star Wars Holiday Special', and 'Over Christmas' & 'Holiday Home Makeover with Mr. Christmas' on Netflix.
Hulu's 'Monsterland', Netflix's 'The Haunting of Bly Manor' & a slew of new murder mystery docuseries are the major titles of this month's programming, as well as the return of broadcasts's biggest shows like 'Supernatural' and 'The Goldbergs'. Plus, America gears up for the 2020 election with two Presidential debates.
The dramatic HBO series released last summer was the first of its kind to address topics such as sexuality, gender identity, toxic masculinity, and more, all through the lens of the Gen Z experience.
As we start off the Fall television season, things are still looking a little different with the ever present threat of COVID-19. Cartoons are back and bigger than ever, plus the 72nd Emmy Awards will still take place as celebrities come together from the safety of their homes.