Although the United States is for all intents and purposes a two-party system, there are actually a number of other parties that regularly run candidates and capture around one percent of the national popular vote. Most of the time, these candidates are serious politicians running in minor parties or as independents, but other times, theyâ€™re joke candidates put forward either by themselves or by a satirical party.
One of the best resources that Netflix has in abundance are hard-hitting documentaries series that theyâ€™ve either bought or commissioned for their streaming service. Although documentaries have always been popular with some, Netflix is really the first media company to make documentaries accessible to all and are responsible for some of the most interesting and informative programming available today.
With Facebook in the news more frequently these days ever since the revelation of the Cambridge Analytica data scandal, it may be helpful to explore the origin story of Facebook and look at the events that led them to where they are now.
Although showrunners and writers are bound by the constraints of time, money, and network approval, many of the TV shows that we know, and love have inadvertently predicted the future. You may not realize how close the plot of some TV shows come to reality, so today weâ€™re here to explore the large and small aspects of our lives that have been predicted by Hollywood writers.
While there are literally hundreds of amazing cooking TV shows to choose from if youâ€™re interested in culinary entertainment, sometimes you donâ€™t have 30 to 60 minutes to dedicate towards relaxation. If youâ€™re on the hunt for short, entertaining cooking demonstrations and discussions, look no further than YouTube, home to all things video.
Great prison escapes are the stuff of legend. Theyâ€™ve been fictionalized and chronicled in movies for as long as we can remember, and todayâ€™s audience is hungry for the wildest, most daring stories that can be found. Most of the time, prison dramas that involve escapes are fictionalized, but there are tons of real-life stories out there that are legitimately stranger than fiction.
This yearâ€™s award ceremony, which will be hosted by SNLâ€™s Colin Jost and Michael Che, will be held on September 17th at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. The nominees this year shouldnâ€™t surprise you. The list is populated with some of the most popular shows on TV and from web platforms like Netflix, some of which garnered up to 22 nominations out of 45 total categories.
Every year, people turn to the Emmy Award nomination committee to predict which TV shows will flop and which will flourish in the future. This year, the Emmyâ€™s lauded shows like Game of Thrones, Westworld, and Atlanta, while offering a number of conspicuous snubs to popular shows like Twin Peaks and Will & Grace. Today, letâ€™s explore this yearâ€™s snubs, and see whether we agree with the committeeâ€™s choice.
For every show that sticks around for an interminable number of seasons, there always seems to be at least two wonderful shows that are cancelled well before their time. Sometimes itâ€™s because ratings have dropped, and the network canâ€™t justify the showâ€™s existence to their advertisers anymore, while other times key cast members or producers decide to move on and leave the show to flounder. All of these are valid reasons for a show being cancelled.