Friday, November 27


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‘Brave New World’ Cast Discuss The Timeliness Of The Book Turned TV Show

By Jamie Samhan. 8 secs ago The cast and crew of “Brave New World” took part in a panel for Comic-Con @ Home where they discussed the show based on Aldous Huxley’s novel of the same name. Cast members Alden Ehrenreich, Jessica Brown Findlay, Harry Lloyd, Hannah John-Kamen, Nina Sosanya, Kylie Bunbury and Joseph Morgan joined  creator and showrunner David Wiener to discuss the highly anticipated new show at will exclusively air on NBCUniversal’s new streaming service Peacock. RELATED: Dystopian Trailer For ‘Brave New World’ Is Now Here “That is the first time I have watched the trailer and I noticed the circles around the letters, which is a very interesting thing for those of you who are going to be watching the show. Pay attention,” moderator Angéli...
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This feral peacock is terrorizing an Oakland neighborhood

As if being confined to your house for the foreseeable future isn’t bad enough, residents of one Oakland neighborhood also have to deal with an “insanely noisy” feral peacock who screams … a lot.On Occidental St. in North Oakland, the peacock wreaks such havoc that neighbors have taken to the Nextdoor app to complain, according to SFGate.“For the past 15 weeks or so he has screamed relentlessly, every day,” fed-up neighbor Jesse T wrote. “It’s so loud inside my house it literally feels like he is inside my house. It got so bad that two months ago, I had to move out of my street-facing bedroom and into my middle bedroom/storage room. I have been sleeping on the floor on a camping air mattress ever since … I STILL get woken up at 4, 5, 6am many mornings.”Ho...
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NBCUniversal’s Peacock Officially Launches in the US with iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV Support

NBCUniversal’s streaming service Peacock has officially launched in the US today and looks to find itself a home alongside services like Netflix, Disney Plus, HBO Max, and Hulu. While Peacock has already had a soft launch, accessible to Xfinity X1 and Flex cable customers since April, today marks the launch to general users. Peacock is currently only available in the US. Users can sign up and begin streaming content on a variety of devices including iPhones, iPads, Apple TVs, Android and Android TV devices, Chromecast, Xbox One, Vizion SmartCast TVs and LG SmartTVs, according to TechCrunch. Peacock is the home to popular titles such as Saturday Night Live, Parks and Recreation, Downton Abbey. It will also be the only way to stream The Office when it leaves Netflix at the end o...