The Best Hulu Original Series to Binge Watch

Since its start as a streaming platform of existing content, Hulu has upped its streaming game in recent years with numerous original programs. Hulu original series offer something for everyone, from comedies to dramas to docuseries and limited series based on actual events. These shows grab viewers' attention and make them binge-worthy from the first episode.

1. Only Murders in the Building

Selena Gomez, Steve Martin, and Martin Short star in this Hulu original series about three tenants of a

The Most Intriguing Netflix Docuseries to Stream Right Now

If you're a fan of documentaries but crave more than their standard 90-minute movie format, you'll enjoy watching documentary series or docuseries for short. Some stories are so compelling that they require several episodes to tell the whole story of the subject. Find here the most addictive Netflix docuseries to keep viewers binging into the night.

This limited series features the secretive Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS), their teachings, and polygamist ritua

Sounds of the Soul: 20 Songs That Capture Deep Emotions and Musings

There are sad songs, and then there are songs that are so sad that they break your heart. An online community of music enthusiasts was asked to recount the most heartbreaking songs they've ever heard. These responses will have you looking for a box of tissues.

For the band's guitarist and co-songwriter, Michael Rutherford, this song was very personal, as it describes the remorse he felt over the unresolved conflicts between him and his father after his father's death. This song struck a chord w

Everything Old Is New Again Thanks to an Upsurge in The Thrifting Market for Apparel

There are currently more than 25,000 resale, consignment and Not For Profit resale shops in the United States. According to forecasts from thredUP, the secondhand and resale market could reach $53 billion by the end of the year.

Budget-minded shoppers are always in search of the best deals on quality merchandise. Nowhere is this more evident than the traffic at local thrift stores, consignment shops, resale stores, and e-commerce sites. Everything from designer shoes and handbags to clothing an

2023 Trends in Clean and Sustainable Hair Care Products

Health-conscious and environmentally aware consumers actively seek out alternative hair care products that are sustainable, cruelty-free, and organic. Concerns about personal wellness and the environment's health led to the creation and increasing popularity of the clean beauty market.

Clean beauty is defined as any personal care or cosmetic product classified as biodegradable, cruelty-free, eco-friendly, free from plastics, talc-free, natural, organic, fragrance-free, sustainable, fair trade,

Nailing It in Style: 2023's Hottest Nail Trends

The global nail polish market grew from $11.57 billion in 2022 to $12.96 billion in 2023. The ever-evolving styles in nail artistry are one of the main drivers of this growth.

The nail polish market is expected to continue to grow to $19.67 billion in 2027 – driven mostly by women in the North American workforce.

You're not alone if nail care is a normal part of your beauty regimen. Nail design is one of the easiest and most noncommittal ways to change one's appearance. 2023 has introduced sev

15 Common Innovations That Have Seen Little Advancement Since Their Inception

One of the hallmarks of technology is the changes they are continuously undergoing. Since their invention, numerous everyday items have changed little, if not at all. An online community responded surprisingly when asked which products have evolved very little over time.

When you think about it, the spoons, forks, and knives to prepare, serve, and eat food have hardly changed over the centuries, several contributors observe. Today's cutlery may not look like the crude implements used ages ago.

25 Classic Albums That Defined the 70s Musical Landscape

The music of the 1970s perfectly reflected a decade of massive change. The decade started with the deaths of prominent rock and roll icons Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix. It ended with punk rock and disco ruling the charts. In between, there was a diverse selection of incredible, decade-defining albums like the ones listed here.

With internationally popular songs such as “One Way or Another” and “Heart of Glass,” it's hard to believe that the members of Blondie were allegedly unhappy with the al

15 Best Pieces of Advice for Young People From The Older Generations

People try to make the best life choices they can based on the information they have at the time. Sometimes it works out for the best, and other times not. Fortunately, today's younger generations can rely on the wisdom of those with more life experiences. When asked what advice they would give more youthful people, contributors on an age 40+ chat board offered valuable lessons learned from their lives.

Finances are one of the most discussed topics on the thread, with multiple commenters advisi

Unsettling Truths: Revealing The 17 Most Disturbing Facts About Our Bodies

The human body is a medical marvel. It’s a collection of various systems and organs that work independently and interchangeably to sustain life. However, behind all of those miraculous functions are facts about the body that are quite unsettling.

When you are menstruating, it's essentially your womb suffocating itself. For a week. Every month of the year. People with wombs — we see you!

Did you know that when you have a major organ surgery where the organs are moved around, they won't function

Flipping Food Perspectives: 20 Unpopular Dishes That Could Win You Over

Some foods, like pizza and burgers, are top-rated and a can’t-miss for most folks. Then there are some foods collectively hated to the point where people refuse to try them. Here's a list of foods some people love while others can't stand.

Mmmm. One person loves eating radishes raw. Many are disgusted by this. Guess it depends on taste buds. Nothing says summer like raw veggies.

Vegetarians and vegans love tofu for the most part, but the texture can be really difficult for some to stomach.


15 Terrifying Thoughts About Death That Plague the Human Mind

All living things must pass on. It is one of life's few certainties. Despite this certainty, many things about death remain a mystery. Many find the unknown terrifying, and participants in a recent online thread describe what they fear the most about death.

The thought of having the same “mind” and thoughts for eternity without having the same physical body is hard for me to wrap my mind around.

2 – The Finality of It

There's no way of escaping death. Once you're gone, you don't get to come b

From TikTok to Teasers: 14 Gen-Z Antics That Are Ruffling Feathers

Generational factions like baby boomers, Gen X, and millennials are often critical of their peers and other groups for various reasons. Some of the grievances are trivial, but others have more gravity to them. When contributors to an online chat community were asked about their complaints with Gen Z, the responses were illuminating.

While mental health is an important thing to be working on and cognisant of, many people under the Gen-Z umbrella often use mental health as an excuse to get out of

12 Chores That People Secretly Love Doing

While many people can think of a million things they'd prefer to do than chores, some enjoy completing specific household tasks. Some find cleaning meditative and therapeutic, while others turn to it to procrastinate other tasks. Here are 12 chores people say they like doing. Can you relate?

Is there anything more relaxing than getting into bed after a long day and snuggling in clean linens? We don't think so.

It's Friday after work or Saturday morning, and you decide to spruce up your ride. N

15 Movies That Are Almost Perfect Except for One Thing

There are some movies that come very close to perfection — but just slightly miss the mark. Someone in a popular online forum asked, “What's the worst part of an otherwise perfect film?” Here are 15 of the top responses.

Some movie fans pointed out the scene in The Dark Knight Rises when Marion Cotillard's character dies. One person called it “diabolical.”

Another agreed, adding, “Her death is literally comical. Gasping for breath, long look, then instant head tilt and death coupled with a nic

15 Must-Watch Miniseries That Defined the 1980s

The 1980s were a time of heavily synthesized music, yuppies, Valley Girl slang, VCRs, and MTV. The era was also the height of incredible television miniseries, which viewers looked forward to spending two or more nights watching. Some were historical, while others were just campy and fun to watch, but the best of the genre distinguished themselves from the rest.

Two of the most popular miniseries of the early 1980s were V and its sequel, V: The Final Battle. In V, a race of seemingly humanoid a

Sorrow's Symphony: 20 Songs That Echo With Deep Thoughts and Emotions

There are sad songs, and then there are songs that are so sad that they break your heart. An online community of music enthusiasts was asked to recount the most heartbreaking songs they've ever heard. These responses will have you looking for a box of tissues.

For the band's guitarist and co-songwriter, Michael Rutherford, this song was very personal, as it describes the remorse he felt over the unresolved conflicts between him and his father after his father's death. This song struck a chord w

80s Flashbacks: 20 Unforgettable One-Hit Wonders That Outshine Anything in Modern Music

The 1980s were a time of heavily synthesized great music that crossed nearly all genres. Some of the best songs from the decade came from so-called one-hit wonders. While these artists never replicated the same critical and popular successes from their greatest hits, these songs stand the test of time.

1 – Take On Me by A-ha

After receiving virtually zero attention after its original 1984 release, the music video was retooled with a live-action/pencil sketch animation combination the following

Biggest Movie Regrets: 14 Films So Bad We Wanted a Refund

It's disappointing when you watch a movie and it's not entertaining at all. Someone in a popular online forum started a discussion about the movies that were so bad, you should have gotten a refund. Here are 14 movies that film fans named as the worst.

Many movie fans named The Love Guru the worst. With Mike Myers starring, many assumed it would be a winner, but that wasn't the case. “Mike Myers is so hit or miss. It’s a shame because when he gets it right it’s amazing,” one person commented.

Michael Jordan Is The Goat, but There's Room for Other Greats

When NBA fans debate who is the greatest of all time (the GOAT), the name that comes up the most is Michael Jordan. There are arguments for other players, such as Bill Russell, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Kobe Bryant, and LeBron James, to name a few. While those names deserve to be in the pantheon of basketball greats, there can only be one GOAT: Jordan.

Even though Jordan is the GOAT, there is still room for other great all-time players. There is plenty of space to acknowledge them. However, Mount Ru

12 Celebrities Who Regret Leaving A Movie or TV Series

Some actors and actresses live in infamy for all the wrong reasons: leaving a popular movie franchise or television series. They thought they were getting good advice, but it turns out they were making one of the biggest mistakes of their lives.

A recent online discussion reviews examples of actors and actresses leaving a popular project and immediately regretting it.

Caruso went from obscurity to stardom with his starring role as Detective John Kelly in the 1990s police drama NYPD Blue. He wa

Lawbreaker Lineup: 12 Renowned Stars Who Faced The Long Arm of Justice

Humans are imperfect and make errors in judgment, with some mistakes leading to criminal charges. Even some of today’s most popular and bankable stars have made missteps that have put them on the wrong side of the law.

Fortunately, these celebrities managed to leave their mistakes in the past and continue their careers.

Before achieving acting success and fame in the television sitcom Home Improvement and movies such as the Toy Story and The Santa Clause franchises, Tim Allen worked as a comed

12 Worst TV Shows of The 1970s. What Were They Thinking?

The 1970s are known as the “Silver Age” or the network age of television. The three major networks, CBS, NBC, and ABC, were predominantly airing the majority of programming. The decade that introduced classics like Maude, Happy Days, and The Bob Newhart Show has also delivered some awful television series. Here is a look back at the worst television the 1970s had to offer.

After his starring role in the hit comedy series Hogan's Heroes ended in 1971, four years later, Crane tried to strike come

25 Best One Hit Wonders From The Beloved Age of The 1960s

The 1960s are known for many things, including Camelot, hippie counterculture, and good music. Some musical acts from that era, like The Rolling Stones, are still rocking it out on tour, while others fizzled out after a single chart-topper. Take a walk (or dance) down memory lane with the best one-hit wonders from the 1960s.

1. Doris Troy, Just One Look (1963)

Just one listen was all it took for Doris Troy's song about an infatuation at first sight to become a hit. She continued working as a b
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