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20:57  14 august  2020
20:57  14 august  2020 Source:   mediafeed.org

‘Space Force’, ‘Never Have I Ever’ Bring In Big Viewing Numbers For Netflix

  ‘Space Force’, ‘Never Have I Ever’ Bring In Big Viewing Numbers For Netflix One business that has been booming during the COVID-19 pandemic is streaming platforms, and Netflix remains at the top of the heap. According to a report in Variety, some of the series’ recent offerings have brought in big viewing numbers, with 40 million households tuning in to watch Mindy Kaling’s “Never Have I Ever” and Steve Carell starrer “Space Force” in their first four weeks of release. Netflix shared the numbers while reporting its second-quarter earnings, which also revealed that the sexy dating show “Too Hot to Handle” was viewed by 51 million households, while wacky game show “Floor Is Lava” was seen by 37 million households.

a man standing on a stage: Wonho. Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for iHeartMedia Wonho. Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for iHeartMedia

Wonho is bouncing back following his departure from Monsta X.

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Wonho's solo career is kicking off with his new song "Losing You". The new track comes after he cut ties with the popular Monsta X k-pop group. Wonho "almost lost his music career," as a result of the split, according to a press release.

"It was the fans that fought for him day and night all over the world trending online daily protest and buying billboards everywhere," the press release said. "This song is a love song but also a song dedicated to Wonho's fans who thought they lost him. "Baby I will go to war for you, build an army if you need me to, cause losing me is better then losing you."

Wrestling with demons: How a troubled child turned into a champion

  Wrestling with demons: How a troubled child turned into a champion At 13 his life was already spinning out of control. Homeless. Selling drugs. Brutal fights. Arrests. Hugo Harp knew where his path was taking him.As he lies awake in bed, his mind spins the wheel of misfortune. It usually lands on the stretch of weeks when he was 13 and his wild and twisted childhood was reaching its breaking point.

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"Losing you" dropped on Friday and precedes the release of Wonho's new mini-album, Part 1. Love Synonym (#1) Right for Me, dropping Sept. 4.


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AARP Movies for Grownups Awards Adds TV Categories, Moves to March 2021 .
AARP The Magazine's annual awards show Movies for Grownups is shifting to March 4, 2021 as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and will for the first time add four awards categories for television. The new categories will include: Best Television Series For Grownups Best Movie Made for Television or Limited Series for Grownups Best Actress, Television Best Actor, Television Also read: AARP Movies for Grownups Honors Martin Scorsese, Renée Zellweger and More "The growth in streaming in recent years has been fueled in large part by smart, superbly produced, directed and acted content that speaks to a grownup audience," Heather Nawrocki, AARP VP of Movies for Grown

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