Friday, July 10, 2015

Netflix StreamTeam for June and July

#Netflix #StreamTeam #Dragons 
This summer, Hiccup and Toothless, from the critically acclaimed How to Train Your Dragon films are embarking on unparalleled adventures in the all-new Netflix original series Dragons: Race to the Edge - and inviting you along for the dragon ride.

Soaring beyond their home on the island of Berk in search of new dragons, Dragons: Race to the Edge introduces some of the most exciting dragons yet, each with its own amazing abilities -- shock waves, cannon balls and fire blasts, just to name a few.

With the magical Dragon Eye, an artifact Hiccup finds aboard an abandoned ship, Hiccup learns there is more outside the confines of Berk, and that a little curiosity and determination can make every day an exciting journey. In Hiccup's own words, this changes everything.

Thanks to Netflix I was able to surprise my girls with party favors!
My daughters and I had a marathon streaming of the first 7 episodes in one night. We met some new characters, a villain named Dagur the Deranged and a younger, rookie rider named Gustav. There is even have a new location, an island outpost they call Dragon's Edge. My girls have kept watching several more episodes to see what new adventures the Dragon Riders discover next. Get a first look at the all-new Netflix original series, Dragons: Race to the Edge.

Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/az12qtD1A4U

Ready for another adventure? Dive deeper into the unknown with these picks.

New on Netflix for Kids and Families:
Turbo FAST (Season 1 now streaming, new episodes 7/31)

New on Netflix for Adults:
CREEP (07/14) When a videographer (Patrick Brice) answers a Craigslist ad for a one-day job in a remote mountain town, he finds his client (Mark Duplass) is not at all what he initially seems.
YouTube trailer: https://youtu.be/FBR8VcdpE4Y

SEASONS 1 and 2 streaming now

SEASON 1, 2, & 3 Streaming Now
The women of Litchfield unapologetically return for the third coming. With a crisis of faith and their beliefs and loyalties being tested, each character must decide what and who to believe in.

I've enjoyed OITNB because as bad as my life gets, it's never as bad as theirs is in a women's prison. I really like the #SorrynotSorry theme this season. Are you wondering what else we've been watching for the last month? My girls and I are watching Gilmore Girls together from the beginning. I watched it years ago when it aired on tv, but I'm in such a different place in my life now that it feels like a new show to me. My youngest daughter likes to call them Glimmer Girls. We also watched Between, Parenthood, 30 Rock, Nikita, & Rules of Engagement. 
Bye for now & happy streaming! ~ Stephanie

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