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Watching Netflix Over the past few years, we’ve seen a slew of new streaming services come about. While Netflix and Prime Video have pretty much dominated this space, Disney+ came onto the scene in 2019 in a big way, with The Mandalorian drawing in millions of new subscribers. Plus, they have got tons of content to keep kids and adults alike entertained, like every Disney movie ever made, a bunch of Star Wars spin-offs, and more. When HBO Max was announced, I didn’t think much of it, given their higher price and average offerings. But since the pandemic has closed many theaters, Warner Bros. decided to release all of their theatrical films for 2021 on HBO Max, kicking things off on Christmas with Wonder Woman 1984 (which sucked). While the

Watching Netflix

Over the past few years, we’ve seen a slew of new streaming services come about. While Netflix and Prime Video have pretty much dominated this space, Disney+ came onto the scene in 2019 in a big way, with The Mandalorian drawing in millions of new subscribers. Plus, they have got tons of content to keep kids and adults alike entertained, like every Disney movie ever made, a bunch of Star Wars spin-offs, and more.

When HBO Max was announced, I didn’t think much of it, given their higher price and average offerings. But since the pandemic has closed many theaters, Warner Bros. decided to release all of their theatrical films for 2021 on HBO Max, kicking things off on Christmas with Wonder Woman 1984 (which sucked). While the

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