National Cheeseburger Day is celebrated every year on September 18. No doubt, plenty of cheeseburgers will be eaten on that day when restaurants offer discounts on one of America's favorite foods. Even when the delicious sandwich is not discounted, the price is affordable and consumers end up eating them often.
Have you ever watched a movie that you hoped was fictional because the events were so horrible and unbelievable? Netflix is airing Unbelievable with an unbelievable plot based on a true story. The events viewers see in the film actually happened. The Netflix film is a miniseries with only eight episodes based on an article by The Marshall Project and ProPublica, An Unbelievable Story of Rape, as well as an episode of NPR's This American Life. Most viewers watch all the episodes at once because they are eager to find out how the series ends.
Netflix knows a thing or two about horror movies. The American media-services provider and production company always has a long list of horror movies available. It has made some good suggestions for films to watch and enjoy around Halloween. Therefore, if you love spooky and scary movies, Netflix has you covered.
For the pizzeria industry, every day is a special day to eat pizza. It is a popular food for kids and adults. However, there are about a dozen national days throughout the year to celebrate certain types of pizza. You might want to mark the following days on your calendar because some restaurants and pizza parlors give away free or discounted pizzas on national pizza days.
The Bachelorette Season 13 star Rachel Lindsay and Bryan Abasolo got married on Saturday, August 24, 2019. They had been engaged since 2017 when Lindsay offered Abasolo her last rose on The Bachelorette season 13 finale. Abasolo proposed with a 3-carat Neil Lane engagement ring.
Leslie Jones, whose real name is Annette Jones,is leaving Saturday Night Live after five seasons. The comedian is leaving just as the NBC series is preparing to go into its 45th season in September. Her departure is part of the annual restructuring of the show that takes place in the late summer in time for the fall schedule.