But, thanks to streaming services, we can still travel to distant lands.
Case in point: In season two of “Emily in Paris”, the American travels to Versailles Palace, Saint-Tropez and other dress chic in the south of France.
Even if you are wandering around to retire from family, there is plenty of content that makes you feel happy and bright.
‘Emily in Paris’ Season 2
Emily “Coming in Hot.”
In the second season of the Netflix series, Lily Collins returns as a stylish American marketing executive, still living in Paris, coping with the fall of last season’s end.
Watch season two of “Emily in Paris” streaming now.
‘The Matrix Renaissance’
What’s up with Keanu Reeves and Gary-Anne Moss.
In the fourth film of the Matrix franchise, the couple does not seem to be much older than the original 1999 film.
Both do even more when it comes to action-packed scenes.
‘Being the Ricardos’
The behind-the-scenes life of Lucille Paul (played by Nicole Kidman) and Desi Arnas (Javier Barthem) is the theme of this biography, set during a time when the couple faced political smear and cultural barriers.
It runs in theaters and streams on Amazon Prime.
Two things to ask
If I were to make the list of “Best Podcasts of 2021”, it would definitely be in it.
The actor works hard at it, which is evident in the excellent stories featured as the story of a man who lived to tell the story of a fight with a grizzly bear.
The Earwolf Podcast Network program can be found where podcasts are available.
I have added this in the hope that a new chapter will be available soon.
Episodes of Michelle Obama’s podcast were released from time to time, last released in April.
But it is precious that we have deep conversations with the people in her life.
One thing to talk about
‘This is the season for holiday films.
Whether it’s Hallmark or Netflix, there is something for everyone in terms of content for this time of year.
But how do we punch it a bit?
So play away!
One to drink
I can not allow an “insecure” decision without sharing the tribute.
The HBO series, starring and created by Isa Ray, greatly influences black women for a realistic portrayal of friendship, romance and life.
Now, after five seasons, the series ends on Sunday and I’m going to miss it. Although Ray is more interested in who she can fall in love with or end up with in this series, for me, her true loves will always be her closest friends – Molly, Kelly and Tiffany.