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How Netflix’s The Queen’s Gambit renewed interest in Chess
How Netflix’s The Queen’s Gambit renewed interest in ChessLuisa Morales(Philstar.com) – November 25, 2020 – 10:08amMANILA, Philippines — For a lot of sports fans, chess may not be the most interesting of sporting events.But with the recent success of Netflix’s original series The Queen’s Gambit, the interest of more than a few Filipinos were peaked when it came to chess.Since its launch in October, Netflix’s adaptation of the 1983 novel reached the Top 10 list of viewers in the Philippines for over three weeks.Google search queries about the sport and “how to play chess” also went up in the co...
'The Queen's Gambit' is Netflix's most-watched miniseries to date
Netflix has hit the bull's eye with its latest series "The Queen's Gambit" and has announced that the seven-part show has set a record as its most successful miniseries.The drama, which Netflix classifies as a "scripted limited series", was viewed in as many as 62 million households in the first 28 days since its release.This puts it ahead of a host of previous hit miniseries on the platform, such as "When They See Us," "Unbelievable" and "Unorthodox."The show has initially also held a rare "100-per-cent fresh" rating on the Rotten Tomatoes reviews website, while becoming the number-one stream...
Making It Up 144: Two Hollywood dudes buy a football club for content and the value of friendships in life
On Making It Up 144, Charis and Eugene talk about Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney buying Wrexham AFC, a Welsh football club, and making content about the process. They also discuss two different articles about friendship, shallow ones and deeply intimate ones, and what it means to value friendship.Timestamps00:03:10 Football content00:25:21 FriendshipLinksHuddleup: Hollywood’s New Multi-Million-Dollar Sports Investment Vehicle by Joseph PomplianoThe Atlantic: What If Friendship, Not Marriage, Was at the Center of Life? by Rhaina CohenHuman Parts: You Are Supposed to Outgrow Some Friendships b...
What To Look Forward To In Kevin Smith’s ‘Masters Of The Universe’ Series For Netflix
In August 2019, it was announced that writer, director and actor Kevin Smith would be developing a sequel series to the animated TV show He-Man and the Masters of the Universe from 1983. The series is titled Masters of the Universe: Revelation and will premiere on the streaming service Netflix in March 2021. The show will be an anime and have a more serious nature to it compared to the previous animated series from the 1980s. It will be aimed at adults more than children and will follow the plot of where the original series left off before it was canceled.On February 14, 2020, the full cast of...