theodysseyonline.comViolent Shows Don't Cause Anxiety And Nightmares, Thanks For Your SuggestionSome of my all-time favorite television shows are "Criminal Minds" and "Law and Order: SVU." Very gruesome, violent, and dramatic shows to watch on the daily. So if you're having issues with anxiety, are these shows the main culprit? Maybe. No one truly understands how anxiety works.3
news.avclub.comNetflix was shocked that The End Of The Fucking World did so fucking wellEarlier this year, Netflix released yet another droplet in its ever-continuing deluge of TV content, the graphic novel adaptation The End Of The Fucking (or F***king, if you want to be cute about it) World. We ended up liking the series quite a bit (even if, as our own Josh Modell noted at the time, it felt much more like a 160-minute movie than eight 20-minute episodes of TV). In fact, a lot of people apparently liked it, much to the surprise—and, in a weird way, frustration—of its parent service.1
lifehacker.comWhat's Coming and Going From Netflix the Week of July 16, 2018Netflix has been mysteriously quiet about the new docuseries Dark Tourist from New Zealand journalist and filmmaker David Farrier (July 20). Farrier made his name in the U.S. for exploring disturbing corners of the internet—see his haunting 2016 documentary Tickled and this creepy exploration of kids being exploited on YouTube.
businessinsider.comHBO will get a bigger budget under AT&T to compete with Netflix, but the fight will be fierceAT&T was finally approved to purchase Time Warner this week, meaning HBO is under AT&T's control now. AT&T's entertainment division head wants to expand HBO's budget to invest more in original content and compete with Netflix.