Only one of the shows depicted above is meant to be funny. Choose wisely.
Whether you prefer the funny, the furious or the horriffic, there’s something for all of us this April on our favorite streaming services.
Amazon’s Prime Video streaming service now supports up to six profiles on the same account, one more than Netflix.
The feature has been quietly rolling out in select countries and it’s available on a variety of devices that can run Prime Video apps, including Android and iPhone.
Following Netflix’s lead, both YouTube and Amazon announced plans to lower video stream quality in Europe to reduce strain on the Internet.
YouTube videos will now be in SD by default, but users can manually adjust individual videos back to HD if they choose.
One of the many consequences of the coronavirus outbreak is that large numbers of public gathering spots, businesses, restaurants, and entertainment venues are rapidly closing down as officials try and get control of the virus’ spread.
That leaves streaming TV and movies as one way for people to pass the time as they hunker down at home and ride out the shockwaves from the coronavirus that have disrupted so much of life in the US and around the world right now. Streaming search engine Reelgood has offered this look at the top TV series that its users are bingeing at the moment.