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Entertainment Things We Saw Today: Are You Ready for the Netflix Christmas Expanded Universe?

04:05  14 december  2019
04:05  14 december  2019 Source:   themarysue.com

World's first printed Christmas card goes on display in London

  World's first printed Christmas card goes on display in London The card was printed in 1843 from a design by Henry Cole and an illustration by John Callcott Horsley.The card was printed in 1843, the year the Victorian author published A Christmas Carol, the story of Ebenezer Scrooge whose miserable attitude is transformed after being visited by the spirits of Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Come.

Interconnected movie universes are the “in” thing right now since Marvel has pretty much perfected it in a way that has not been seen on this scale before. While Universal ’s attempt at a Dark Universe pretty much fell flat, the DC Expanded Universe is currently on the up and up. Netflix is not going to

The Princess Switch, A Christmas Prince and more Netflix Christmas movies all are happening in the same universe . Watch out Marvel Cinematic Universe , there's new movie universe comin' to town that no one saw The first thing he watches? Holiday in the Wild, the 2019 original Christmas

Vanessa Hudgens, Vanessa Hudgens are posing for a picture: Vanessa Hudgens in The Princess Switch (2018) © Provided by The Mary Sue Vanessa Hudgens in The Princess Switch (2018)

Everything is connected.

Interconnected movie universes are the “in” thing right now since Marvel has pretty much perfected it in a way that has not been seen on this scale before. While Universal’s attempt at a Dark Universe pretty much fell flat, the DC Expanded Universe is currently on the up and up. Netflix is not going to be ignored and has shared that there is a Netflix Christmas movie universe – AKA Netflix’s Holiday Movie Universe. It has eight movies involved in it already, with sequels to boot. Who are we to tell them otherwise honestly?

This Is the Date When You Should Put Up Your Christmas Decorations

  This Is the Date When You Should Put Up Your Christmas Decorations There is such a thing as "too soon" when it comes to all that tinsel and holly. A decorator weighs in on when you should put up your Christmas decorations.What’s Christmas without a beautiful Christmas tree? Each year, many towns and cities around the world put up ornate and unique Christmas trees along with festive decorations for the public and tourists to enjoy. We take a look at some of the slightly more unusual Christmas trees from around the world.

Explaining how exactly Netflix 's Christmas and holiday movies are connected is one bumpy, yet In just two years, Netflix has woven together an entire cinematic universe with their smattering of Netflix saw that we were all catching on to the overlapping, and tweeted out this map linking these

A California Christmas . 202016+ 1h 47mComedies. Watch Now on Netflix . Lauren Swickard stars with her real-life husband, Josh Swickard, in this holiday romance she wrote and produced.

What is your favorite installment in the Netflix Holiday Movie Universe? Also where is Halloween?

  • Director Melina Matsoukas claims that the Golden Globe snubs of Queen & Slim resulted from voters ignoring it. “We held three screenings for the HFPA and almost no members attended.” (via Harpers Bazaar)
  • Star Wars actor John Boyega gets interviewed by his toughest critic … John Boyega. (via CBR)
  • Well you guys know I’ll watch almost anything with Tracy Flick and Olivia Pope in it.
  • Laura Fraser and Anjli Mohindra are going to be joining Doctor Who. (via Deadline)

We made it to Friday! What did you see today?

Gallery: 100 best TV shows of all time (Stacker)

a group of people standing in front of a store: Sometimes a cozy night at home with your favorite TV show is better than a night out on the town. Long before streaming led audiences to binge-watch entire series in a single weekend, there was just plain old primetime-television-watching bliss—and fan favorites such as “The West Wing” and “The Sopranos” kept fans glued to their sofas week after week, year after year, to find out what would happen next. Some shows were so good, fans would purchase TV box sets on VHS or DVD to watch them again and again in order to relive the drama or bask in the laughs.  Now that we have a multitude of streaming services at our fingertips, and can watch TV anytime, anywhere, the content has become even richer and more diverse, pleasing both fans and critics alike, with original hits like “Game of Thrones” and revivals of shows like “Arrested Development.”  As we settle in for fall binge-watching season, Stacker is celebrating with a definitive list of the 100 best TV shows of all time, using  data from IMDb. The shows with the highest IMDb score are ranked the highest, with #1 being the best TV show of all time, as rated by IMDb users, and with ties broken by the number of votes. For this list, a series had to have at least 50,000 votes.  Read on with caution—this list contains some spoilers.  Story updated by Chris Compendio.   You may also like: 100 best Westerns of all time

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BBC defends 'Gavin And Stacey' Christmas special after complaints over language .
BBC defends 'Gavin And Stacey' Christmas special after complaints over languageThe word was used as the characters Bryn (Rob Brydon) and Nessa (Ruth Jones) sang The Pogues song Fairytale Of New York during a karaoke session at the pub.

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