NBC’s new streaming service Peacock is worth watching — and it’s free

America’s one millionth streaming service launched in July, but this one has a unique element that makes it stand out from the rest: It’s free. Sort of.

Disney Plus’ ‘Hamilton’ is marvelous, but it’s not kid-friendly

His name is Alexander Hamilton, and he’s one of the smartest people in Colonial America you’ll ever meet. He’s also confident (even cocky), determined (perhaps a workaholic) and ahead of...

‘A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood’ lands on Hulu at just the right time

A movie about Fred Rogers began streaming on Hulu in June, and it couldn’t come at a better time in U.S. history.

Captivating ‘Dude Perfect’ documentary leads May streaming lineup

Dude Perfect. This quintet of basketball trick shot artists and comedy geniuses has amassed 51 million subscribers even though they don’t curse or make off-color jokes. Dads love them. Moms love them. Most of all, though, it’s children, tweens and teens who binge their zany, creative videos.

Netflix’s excellent ‘The English Game’ series leads April streaming lineup

One of the best new series on Netflix spotlights a slice of little-known English history and a sport that rarely gets front-page coverage in the U.S. Titled The English Game,...

Free trial of VidAngel leads this month’s family-friendly lineup

Four Christian companies offering free streaming stuff in April

Powerful faith-based ‘I Still Believe’ leads March family-friendly lineup

The 2018 faith-based movie I Can Only Imagine opened at No. 3, earned a rare A+ CinemaScore rating from moviegoers, and became the highest-grossing film ever released by the...

Entertaining ‘Lego Masters’ Leads February Streaming Lineup

My house has more Legos than, well...food and clothes. Perhaps that’s not surprising, since I have two boys who are crazy about Star Wars and superheroes, two themes that dominate...

Netflix’s ‘The Repair Shop’ leads January’s family-friendly lineup

The repair culture has been replaced by the throwaway culture. We no longer fix stuff. We throw it in the dumpster -- and then we log onto Amazon to find the replacement. A new BBC reality program might help us change our mindset.

Eye-opening ‘One Child Nation’ leads January streaming lineup

What would happen if a nation limited families to one child in a society that has a strong preference for boys? Answer: Horrors that you can’t imagine. The new documentary One...
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