But, thanks to streaming services, we can always go to distant lands.
Concrete example: the second season of “Emily in Paris” presents the American visiting the Palace of Versailles, St-Tropez and other very chic places in the south of France.
Even if you are just looking for a family vacation, there is a lot of content that looks cheerful and bright.
‘Emily in Paris’ Season 2
Emily is “coming up high”.
The second season of the Netflix series brings Lily Collins back as a stylish American marketing executive, still living in Paris and facing the fallout from a decision last season.
You can watch season two of “Emily in Paris” streaming now.
We’ll have what Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss have.
The couple barely look much older in the fourth film in the Matrix franchise than they did in the 1999 original.
The two always do the most when it comes to action-packed scenes.
“Being the Ricardos”
The behind-the-scenes life of Lucille Ball (played by Nicole Kidman) and Desi Arnaz (Javier Bardem) is the subject of this biopic, which takes place at a time when the couple battled political defamation and faced cultural taboos.
It performs in theaters and streaming on Amazon Prime.
Two things to listen to
If I made a list of the “best podcasts of 2021”, this one should definitely be there.
The actor works hard at it, which is evident in the great stories that have been presented, like the story of a man who fought a grizzly bear and lived to tell the tale.
The Earwolf Podcast Network project is where podcasts are available.
I’m including this one in the hopes that we have a new episode soon.
Episodes of Michelle Obama’s podcast have been released sporadically, and the last one came out in April.
But what we have are in-depth conversations with the people in his life who are gold.
One thing to say
It’s holiday movie season.
Whether it’s Hallmark or Netflix, there is almost something for everyone when it comes to content for this time of year.
But how about improving it a bit?
Something to sip
I can’t let “Insecure” end without sharing a tribute.
The HBO series, starring and created by Issa Rae, has meant a lot to black women for its realistic portrayal of friendships, love, and life.
Now, after five seasons, the show ends on Sunday and I’ll miss it. And while there has been a lot of interest in knowing who Rae might or might not end up romantically with on the show, for me his true loves will always remain his closest friends – Molly, Kelli, and Tiffany.