In this episode:
- Los Angeles is the latest city to suffer from yet another natural disaster,
- The “Layaway Angel” is proof that people still “pay it forward,”
- And “What Happened to Monday” is the best Netflix film we’ve seen yet.
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Los Angeles is burning (literally)
Southern California is fighting a renewed onslaught from the wildfires menacing greater Los Angeles, with emergency crews contending with brisk winds, steep terrain and fatigue from days of relentless work.
Schools are closed, roadways are shut and nearly 200,000 people have been told to evacuate their homes. Winds were strengthening on Thursday, with warnings that gusts could reach 80 miles per hour. — New York Times
A good samaritan
A man dubbed the “Layaway Angel” paid nearly $11,000 worth of layaway orders for customers at a Toys “R” Us store in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, on Black Friday. — KYW
What We’re Streaming
Created by: Ezra Koenig
Mourning the death of a recent relationship, an elegant and fashionable demon hunter struggles to stay afloat in the elite society of Neo Yokio. — IMDb
What Happened to Monday (2017)
Directed by: Tommy Wirkola
In a world where families are limited to one child due to overpopulation, a set of identical septuplets must avoid being put to a long sleep by the government and dangerous infighting while investigating the disappearance of one of their own. — IMDb
The show must go on
Production on House of Cards season six is expected to resume without Kevin Spacey. Production on the eight-episode season was stalled in late October after multiple people accused lead actor Kevin Spacey of sexual misconduct. Robin Wright, who plays the wife of Spacey’s character, will assume a lead role in the new season. — LA Times
Fire TV owners can now control Hulu, NBC, CBS and other video apps via their voice
Fire TV viewers can now issue vocal commands including “watch,” “play,” “pause,” “rewind” and “fast forward” when using a variety of third-party apps. — TechCrunch
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