I don't know tmo_chris's wife, but I like her style! Stranger Things was probably my favorite recent television series, and I forced everyone (over a certain age) in my family to watch it, and I think they like me more now!
Right now I'm amped on another Neflix original series, Ozark. I also love to use Netflix to binge older series. I re-watch The West Wing through the miracle that is Netflix probably every year and a half (cue Aaron Sorkin debate), and currently we're re-watching LOST (I am already prepared to be bummed/enraged/confused about the ending again).
On that note, up next in my queue is Little Evil (because it seems reasonable to stick with Evangeline Lilly for a bit).
I also use Netflix to get my Great British Baking Show fix.
Lastly, I am stoked to recommend this amazing documentary series: Abstract: The Art of Design. Netflix told me I would like it. They were right.
So glad I stopped in to sign up for Netflix On Us and read your comment. Never heard of it before; but as an artist, think I'll give Abstract - the Art of Design a try too.
I'm not eligible (my plan is the 2/$100 with 20% for life ONE Plus promo) but.....just finished my 4th run through The Shield. With SOA for the 3rd time en route.
Then Twin Peaks: The Return.
Im more into series binging than movies.
Im saving $60 a month over the 2/$120 so I won't be greedy with the Netflix.
I so want to watch the new Twin Peaks, but I feel like I need to re-watch Twin Peaks and Fire Walk With Me first!
The whole series was a glorious mess.
With being laid up with my broken heels I've been doing a lot of binge watching with shows we had on the DVR or
Dish on demand.
Supernatural, Ancient Aliens, Scrubs, Burgers Brew and Q to name a few.
Also watching American Ripper , Manhunt: The Unabomber and the Guest Book.
I have the Simple Choice Plan (2 Unlimited Lines + 3 Free lines for $100 Dollars). Im confused because The Netflix Promo says if you have the T-Mobile ONE 2 Lines for $100 that does not qualify for the Netflix promo, and not sure how much i will get charged for migrating to the ONE Plan.
But anyway I do have a Netflix account already and I don't watch it much, But my kids enjoy watching the LeapFrog movies. It's very educational for them and it helped my kid learn to read on his own when he was 2 by watching this video. Netflix actually had the entire collection of LeapFrog movies years prior but now there are only 3 titles available currently. I have all the DVD's in my home collection but It comes in handy if my kid want to watch LeapFrog on the go when a DVD Player is not accessible.
I appologize for my run on sentences I guess i need to watch LeapFrog too to improve my writing
I must've read the terms five times trying to figure that one out but I came to the conclusion and other reps backed it up that it is only for qualifying One plans. Qualifying means one that is not on a promotion but is at full regular price. Like in my case 2 for $80 is not a qualifying plan because it is not 2 for $120.
I would also bet that if you moved to one you would lose the three free promo lines.
Stranger Things definately!
The Ozarks was damn good
Parks and Recreation is a staple
Same with The Office
Too bad Girl Boss wasn't picked up for a second season.
I knew from day one that my plan wouldn't be eligible for Netflix.
I worked in retail for 34 years and I've seen about every marketing ploy out there.
Now if T-Mobile was making the same money off their customers as Verizon or AT&T then I could understand
wanting Netflix but T-Mobile is working on a smaller profit margin as the big 2.
Wentworth: was MY abs. fave. LOTS of emotions such as anxiety, happiness, sadness, surprising, and shock.
Person Of Interest: Anything that has Taraji Henson in it is AMAZING
Scandal: POLITICS are BORING but this show has a twist which draws you in. Kerry Washington is in it too