What To Watch This Holiday Season


Visit the Theater For: Blade Runner 2049

Ready for a visually stunning, thought provoking experience to sweep you off your feet? Get lost in the epic world of Blade Runner 2049, a well-deserved successor to the 1982 classic. Director Dennis Villeneuve delivers a truly enthralling homage to the original Blade Runner story, and dives into a universe that is sure to become a science-fiction classic.


Tune in to: Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season Five

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., which premiered its 5th season with an epic two-hour event on 12/1, picks up moments after we last left our heroes in season four. Twists, turns, and another wild ride are expected for season 5, which you can tune in to every Friday night on ABC. It’s going to be a big year for Marvel, with the 22-movie, decade spanning Avenger’s arc coming to an end in May 2018 with Avengers: Infinity War. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will end its season right before the premiere of Infinity War.


Stream: Stranger Things Season Two

Things are certainly getting stranger in the small town of Hawkins, IN. Season two of Stranger Things picks up a year after the end of season one and reintroduces us to the lives of our favorite young heroes. The mystery of the upside down – and Eleven’s past – deepens as strange events lead this small town ever closer to colliding with the darkness that’s just outside our reality.


Binge: Game Of Thrones

Haven’t had time to get caught up on the epic that is Game Of Thrones? This holiday season is the perfect time to curl up, pledge yourself to a house, and follow the adventure through Westeros and the lands beyond. Get ready for forbidden romance, magic, and the occasional epic battle as you catch up and prepare for the eighth – and final – season.


Catch a Doc: Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond

Sit down and dive into the delicate background of Jim Carrey’s performance as Andy Kaufman in Miloš Forman’s 1999 biopic Man on the Moon. The documentary arrived for streaming on Netflix on Friday, November 17th, and explores how Andy Kaufman was a role that Carrey had trained his entire life to play – as well as how Man In The Moon marked the change from Carrey’s comedic background to more serious roles.


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