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Thanks for opening our second newsletter after NetflixFixer became CordCuttingWorld. The holidays are upon us and we’re going to keep you updated about everything good #cordcutters should know this December. If you’re reading this online, be sure to subscribe in the sidebar at CordCuttingWorld.com, we might not be posting them on the web after this.
What’s coming to the major services next month in an easy to read bullet format.
- WHAT’S COMING & GOING ON NETFLIX IN DECEMBER 2016 – Unlike last month, there’s a lot of really good movies coming to Netflix in December, unfortunately you have to wait till the 25th for Captain America: Civil War. Also coming: Beverly Hills Cop, D2: The Mighty Ducks, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, and the Netflix Original “Barry” about young Obama. The Da Vinci Code leaves on the 14th, so watch it quick!
- The Best (and Worst) Superhero Shows Streaming Now – We’ve heard some confusion about which superhero shows you can stream tie in to which, and which ones are worth watching. So we went through all the big ones and broke down what to watch.
- Netflix now lets you watch your favorite shows offline – This will be really good news for some people, especially if you suffer from a slow connection, or want to download something to watch on a plane. Not everything is available, but it looks like Netflix Originals are at least. PS. Watch The Crown, a Netflix Original about Queen Elizabeth II, they spent $100 million, so it can’t be bad.
- Finally, we’ve been using our free trial of Amazon’s new HBO service. You get 30 days free, then it becomes $15.99/mo plus Prime. We might not extend it past 30 days, but keep this in mind when something like Game of Thrones comes out and everyone is clamoring for it.
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