Mandatory Quarentine / 2 more Shut Downs & 3 New Shows to add to your Que’s – Weekend Midnight Edition . March 20-2020
During this Critical Pandemic Health Crisis it’s vital to stay informed even if others do not deem it necessary to take actions such as Self Quarentine , Self Distancing , Stocking up for your Families without abusing the situation at hand .
There have already been hoarders arrested , 24 people to be exact.
Below is an important announcement that everybody needs to share with each other , God Bless !
Let’s try to respect each other even if we don’t always agree on every topic !
Stay Safe – Wash Hands ..
I am sharing from what my dad sent to me and my family ..
In other News ..
CW Network has Shut Down shows like Super Natural , Riverdale + your Daytime Soap Opera’s too.
Movie Productions for
” Shazam 2 ” also shut down !
Looking for few New Hit Series grabbing viewers attentions head over to FreeForm with
” Mother Land : Fort Salem
( 2020 Drama )
Three young witches with basic training in combat magic prepare to defend the country against looming terrorist threats by using supernatural tactics and weapons
Another exciting New Hit Series i really got Swept away by is ..
” Little Fires Everywhere “
Presented by Executive Producers ..
Reese Witherspoon , Kerry Washington !
The intertwined fates of the picture-perfect Richardson family and an enigmatic mother and daughter who upend their lives
( Pacey Witter , Dawson’s Creek )
I recently watched this Fire Cracker of a show with its shady secrets and fast paced story telling with both my mom and my 12 year old daughter getting all 3 of us hooked !
I commend the Cast , Writers , Props Dept , Costume Designers , Crew & Creators on such an exciting & riveting series !
Last New Hit Series catching my attention is
” Feel Good “
Currently on Netflix
A semi-autobiographical comedy series from comedian Mae Martin, `Feel Good’ is a deeply personal and poignant story about the unique pressures of navigating the modern-day fluid landscape of gender and sexuality. It follows recovering addict and comedian Mae, who attempts to control the addictive behaviours and intense romanticism that permeate every facet of her life. Things become even more complicated for her, as she gets into an all-consuming relationship with her new girlfriend, George, played by Charlotte Ritchie
This has been your weekend edition .