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With stay at home orders in place for the foreseeable future, there has never been a better time to upgrade the TV you’re using for Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu, HBO Go, Apple+, Plex and all…

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Since the likelihood of your being able to find and purchase a bottle of Pappy Van Winkle for less than a couple grand is about the same as curing COVID-19 with Lysol, we decided to hold a Sweeps your parched lips will cry for. We're giving away one full bottle (no, we didn't open it to sample) of 2019 Pappy Van Winkle Family Reserve 15 Years Old Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. Seeing as how it's characterized as the perfect Bourbon, you should enter post haste.
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We loved getting a glimpse into Jerry Seinfeld’s Cool Cars Collection during Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee because the long running Netflix Original series gave us a look at great vehicles along with a real…

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We absolutely love architectural and design-focused documentary-style entertainment when it means getting a look into the places and spaces we otherwise wouldn’t have access to. If you’ve already exhausted those categories on both Netflix and…

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We don’t have any sort of scientific evidence to back this up, but we’re willing to bet you waste significantly more time than 3 minutes a day scrolling through social media and checking for updates…

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As much as we love Ninja Batman, we’ve found a new time-traveling version of The Dark Knight that’s even more steampunkish and vintage, created by 3D artist Mohanad Hossam from Egypt. Though we’re guessing Hossam…

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According to plenty of people, including us and Rolling Stone, Seinfeld is one of the Greatest TV Shows of All Time. The iconic show about nothing premiered on July 5th 1989, which means it’s celebrating…

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Instead of sifting through cinematic dogs like “Bright” and “Extinction” to get to the good stuff, you can simply head over to the new Criterion Channel of way more carefully curated gems that will entertain,…