The Irregulars , the Sherlock Holmes fantasy horror spin-off series, was a big success for Netflix. The show's first season quickly climbed the top 10 charts in the US and UK, and even edged out Disney Plus' The Falcon and the Winter Soldier in Nielsen's US streaming charts at the end of April. That impressive showing hasn't saved it from the chopping block, though. Yep, The Irregulars has been cancelled by Netflix after a solitary season. How The Irregulars reinvents Sherlock Holmes through a horror lens This was our review of The Irregulars season 1 Here are the best 10 supernatural TV shows on Netflix First reported by Deadline , and quickly confirmed by Variety , the young adult (YA) TV show is the latest Netflix Original series to be canned by the streaming giant. At the moment, Netflix hasn't commented on why it's chosen to cancel The Irregulars and, if history is any indication, we won't be given a reason either. According to Nielsen's … [Read more...] about Netflix has cancelled The Irregulars – so what went wrong?
Discovery Primea prepares a festive Mother’s Day spread for families to enjoy at home. Offered throughout Mother’s Day weekend, the Spanish Feast at-home meal kit promises to bring a burst of exciting flavors and festivity to the table. This year’s Mother’s Day, with the hotel’s culinary team hard at work to prepare a special meal, families can enjoy in the comfort and safety of their own home. The variety of flavor combinations and textures of the tapas start off the meal on an exciting note. Included in the selection are Croquetas de pollo y trufa with aioli dip, Tortilla de patatas with chorizo, onion, and parsley, plus Gambas al ajillo with garlic, EVOO, and a baguette. A serving of Ensalada campera with seared tuna, mixed greens, olives, radish, cherry tomatoes and egg is a refreshing addition to the meal. The highlight of the spread are two Spanish dishes prepared by Executive Chef Luis Chikiamco. Offered only during Mother’s Day weekend, the Paella de mar y montaña … [Read more...] about Celebrate Mother’s Day with a Spanish feast
Nothing beats family movie night at the end of a long week. But finding something you all want to watch can very quickly turn the night sour. If you’re an Amazon Prime subscriber, you have instant access to a ton of family-friendly movies at your fingertips. To help you skip scrolling through pages of flick fodder, we’ve hand-picked the top content for your enjoyment. Here’s a roundup of the best family movies on Amazon Prime Video this month. Looking for even more family films? We’ve also put together a list of the best family movies on Netflix , the best family movies on Hulu , and the best family movies on Disney+ . Nanny McPhee (2006) Widower Cedric Brown (Colin Firth) is overwhelmed by his seven rambunctious children, who have chased away all of their previous nannies. That is, until he hires Nanny McPhee (Emma Thompson). Imbued with mystical powers to instill discipline, Nanny McPhee has the Brown children in tip-top shape in short order. But when the children’s … [Read more...] about The best family movies on Amazon Prime Video right now
Next Archana Masih How Dinesh Desai, an Indian American from California, changed the life of Denis Ryen, a Tamilian living in Cherrapunjee, Meghalaya, half a world away. D enis P Ryen opened the letter postmarked USA. The envelope had come a long way from America's West coast to him in Cherrapunjee, the small town on India's eastern border in the state of Meghalaya. Ryen didn't expect to find what he did. Inside, along with a letter was a cheque for $5,000, sent by Dinesh Desai, a guest who had stayed in his hotel a month ago. Desai, an Indian American, had arrived in Cherrapunjee, chasing the monsoon in 2001. The town was famously known as one of the rainiest places on earth, and Desai, an avid adventurer -- who had already visited the hottest, the coldest places in the world -- had come to one of the wettest. In a life liberally indented with exciting travel experiences, Desai's earliest thrilling journey was in 1960 when he set sail from Bombay … [Read more...] about A story that will warm your heart
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Would you want to live to 120 if you were healthy? What about preventing Type 1 diabetes before it ever strikes? As CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez reported Thursday, both might be possible and are being worked on by scientists as described in a Vatican conference he helped organize and moderate. READ MORE: Wine Waste: The New Superfood? This is the fifth International Vatican Conference and this year it’s all virtual. For three days, more than 100 global leaders in science, faith, medicine and technology are discussing the latest breakthroughs in medicine, health care delivery and prevention, as well as the human implications and cultural impact of technological advances. One of the high-interest sessions deals with a very active research area — anti-aging or longevity. “We can really achieve what we’re trying to — living healthy until 120,” said Dr. Nir Barzilai of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine . But that’s not a desirable goal for many … [Read more...] about Global Leaders At Fifth International Vatican Conference Working On Ways For People To Live Healthy Lives Well Past 100