Ana (Larissa Manoela) is a highly popular social media influencer. Obsessed with her popularity, she checks her phone and post responses to the detriment of everything else in her life. The only daughter of Laura (Silvia Lourenço) and Inācio (Michel Bercovitch), Ana’s soaring popularity gets her a job at a clothing company, True Fashion.
Don't feel like putting up with Disney+'s glitches and slow loading? Why bother with Hulu's extra fees and upgrade packages? Don't worry, Netflix has more content coming out to keep you entertained! Here are 6 titles that coming out on January 31st 2020. Yup, 6 new different choices all ready to stream on the same day. Happy Streaming!
The month isn't over yet and a few more amazing Netflix Original shows that are coming out. If you haven't seen them yet then you need check out some of this months highlights including, but not limited to, Astronomy Club: The Sketch Show, The Witcher and Crash Landing on You. Scroll a bit below to the list to find out more information on these Netflix Original titles.
I was worried that Netflix might not be able to keep as other streaming sites quickly catch on the trend. However, I was very wrong. Netflix will survive with all it's Netflix Originals. Just take a look at all the Netflix originals that were releases in December 2019 alone.
It took barely a single episode for The Dragon Prince to capture my heart. I found the characters to be lovable and the plot gripping – and right from episode one you are drawn into a world of adventure, mystery and a little sorrow. The creators plan on having the show run for seven seasons, Netflix permitting, and so far they show no sign of slowing down. You could say that the scripts are writing themselves.
Heir to the English Throne, Henry or otherwise known as Hal to his friends does not want to be King and makes it known that this is his desire. With his father unfortunately on his deathbed, he summons Hal and proclaims that he will not be King, but his younger brother Thomas will be the next to reign.
The Streaming Wars has began with the arrival of Disney+ (literally no one cares about Apple TV+), and everyone’s jumping at the chance to dunk on Netflix, the streaming service that started it all. I get it, many people directly link Disney to their childhoods and want to bask in the warm glow of nostalgia. However, my childhood is more closely linked to the Ninja Turtles, He-Man, GI Joe, Thundercats, Voltron, Ghostbusters and the like, properties that Disney (thankfully) doesn’t own (or at least not yet). The arrival of Disney+ really didn’t mean much to me, outside of morbid curiosity, and with reports that customers’ accounts are already being hacked and sold, I’m glad that I won’t be joining the service anytime soon. The fact that the term “Disney Plus and thrust” now exists is enough of a reason to stay away. So while everyone else is proclaiming that they are canceling their Netflix accounts or writing opinion pieces about if Netflix is still worth it or not, I’m here to tell you that yes indeed, you should keep your Netflix account, just in case.