Netflix has announced what will be new to stream coming in June... and what is going away. Watch some of these shows and movies one last time and see what is coming soon to a streaming device near you!
Leaving June 1st
Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)
City of Ghosts (2003)
Dance with Me (1998)
Deep Blue Sea (1999)
DeRay Davis: Power Play (2010)
Dream Lover (1994)
Drugs, Inc.: Season 23
Ever After: A Cinderella Story (1998)
Frankie and Johnny (1991)
G.I. Jane (1997)
Garfield and Friends: Vol. 12
Hatchet II (2010)
I Escaped A Cult (2014)
Ink Master: Season 1
Inside Combat Rescue: Season 1
Last Action Hero (1993)
Picture Perfect (1997)
Platoon Leader (1988)
Rain Man (1988)
Reign Over Me (2007)
The Silence of the Lambs (1991)
Soul Survivors (2001)
Swept Away (2002)
Tank Girl (1995)
The Great Queen Seondeok
The Perfect Husband: The Laci Peterson Story (2004)
The Phantom of the Opera: Special Edition (2004)
The Rocketeer (1991)
The Triplets of Belleville (2003)
Waking Life (2001)
Leaving June 6th
Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away (2012)
Leaving June 15th
Space: Unraveling the Cosmos (2014)
The River Why (2010)
Leaving June 17th
Leaving June 20th
Collateral Damage (2002)
Lonesome Dove (1989)
Practical Magic (1998)
The Guilt Trip (2012)
Leaving June 22nd
Madonna: The MDNA Tour (2013)
Stand Up Guys (2012)
Leaving June 28th
Leaving June 29th
Iron Man: Armored Adventures: Season 12
Texas Chainsaw (2013)
Leaving June 30th
Donnie Brasco (1997)
Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters (2013)
ï¿¼ï¿¼ï¿¼Jack Reacher (2012)
National Security (2003)
Steel Magnolias (1989)
Taxi Driver (1976)
The BabySitters Club: Season 1
All Title Dates are Subject to Change
Netflix U.S. Release Dates Only
Employee of the Month (2006)
Hidden Kingdoms (2014)
La Dictadura Perfecta (2014)
R.L. Stine's Mostly Ghostly (2008)
R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour: Don't Think About It (2007)
Sex Ed (2014)
Shaquille O'Neal Presents: All Star Comedy Jam: Live From Atlanta (2013)
Shaquille O'Neal Presents: All Star Comedy Jam: Live from Las Vegas (2014)
Shaquille O'Neal Presents: All Star Comedy Jam: Live from Orlando (2012)
The Aviator (2004)
The High and the Mighty (1954)
The Magdalene Sisters (2002)
Best of Me (2014)
Hector and the Search for Happiness (2014)
On the Road (2012)
Words and Pictures (2013)
Grace of Monaco (2014)
Free the Nipple (2014)
It's Tough Being Loved by Jerks (2008)
The Legend (1993)
The Legend 2 (1993)
Life of Crime (2013)
The Cobbler (2014)
Antarctica: A Year on Ice (2013)
Scandal: Season 4
Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014)
Bindi's Bootcamp: Season 1
Danger Mouse: Seasons 1- 10
Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer (2013)
Really Me: Season 12
Rodney Carrington: Laughters Good
Team Toon: Season 1
Wizards vs. Aliens: Season 13
Backstreet Boys: Show 'Em What You're Made Of (2015)
Curious George (2006)
Lee Daniels' The Butler (2013)
Two Days, One Night (2014)
Heartland: Season 6
Point and Shoot (2014)
A Most Wanted Man (2014)
Some Assembly Required
Beyond the Lights (2014)
Ballet 422 (2014)
Dragons: Race to the Edge: Season 1
Katy Perry: The Prismatic World Tour
What Happened, Miss Simone? (2015)
Young & Hungry: Season 2
Six Flags Fiesta Texas in San Antonio is about to unveil a new roller coaster that has the potential to change the game forever. "Batman: The Ride" features drops that actually go past 90 degrees, but more importantly, the seats spin! Seriously, watch this animated video:
Over the past few weeks, there's been a lot of hype in the media about the "dad bod." It's basically the idea that women are cool with men letting themselves go once they're married with kids.
Well, a new study just threw that out the window.
Researchers at Yale University just found that the key to a good marriage is . . . a man who DOESN'T let himself go.
They found that married women are much less likely to be depressed if their husband regularly works out . . . even if THEY never work out themselves. Men who exercised also were happier than men who didn't.
For whatever reason, when women worked out, it didn't have any effect on the happiness of a marriage.
The researchers' theory here is that exercise has a stronger positive psychological effect on men than women. And since it makes men feel so good, that happiness rubs off on their wives.
DAVID LETTERMAN'S last episode of "The Late Show" drew nearly 13.8 million viewers on Wednesday night. That's his biggest audience in two decades . . . since a February 1994 episode following the Winter Olympics.
Several other notable episodes came close: 13.5 million people tuned in when Dave finally had OPRAH on so they could end their "feud" . . . and 11.7 million people watched Dave's first episode back after having heart surgery in February of 2000.
The finale did fall short of his FIRST episode in 1993, which attracted 15.2 million people . . . and it also failed to surpass JAY LENO'S last episode of "The Tonight Show", which had 14.6 million viewers last year.
Speaking of "Letterman", they didn't waste any time before trashing the show's set. The "New York Post" says the George Washington Bridge from the background was spared, but everything else was sent to the dump.
AND WHAT BECOMES OF THE FAMOUS SET FROM THE THEATRE?? Part of it is already in a dumpster!
Called Luke Bryan: Dirt Road Diary, the exhibit includes artifacts from throughout the Georgia native's career and even some of his childhood possessions. Instruments, stage clothes and awards are prominently featured, along with Bryan's little-league baseball uniform, his second-grade backpack and mementos from the band he played with in college.
People love pop tarts...Chris, John & Jane Pop Tarts...YOU love Pop Tarts!! Thrillist recently did a taste test with 27 different Pop Tart flavors. What do you think ranked #1? Lot's of choices...lots of flavors....
A new study of people in 47 different countries found that even though women sleep longer than men, men almost always wake up HAPPIER.
In 44 out of 47 countries, the average man wakes up in a better mood than the average women. The only three countries where women wake up happier or at least as happy are Colombia, Portugal, and the Ukraine.
Here in America, men sleep an average of six hours and 54 minutes a night and women sleep seven hours and 11 minutes. But, yeah, men wake up in a better mood.
The people behind the study didn't offer up any theories on why men are in a better mood in the morning than women.
If we ever do make alien contact, apparently we shouldn't get our hopes up . . . they won't be small and cuddly like ALF.
A mathematician and cosmologist at the University of Barcelona in Spain ran the numbers, and he says there's a very high probability that the first aliens we meet will be the size of BEARS. Here's why.
He says the majority of planets that could support life would be smaller than Earth. They'd have fewer living creatures than we do, and the ones that could potentially travel to other planets would be pretty big.
So, the average alien from a small planet would be about 692 pounds.
Of course, this whole thing is based on a LOT of assumptions, theories, and probabilities. It's entirely possible the first alien that visits us is NOT that big. The odds just say it probably will be, so try to look surprised.
There is a new hairstyle for men sweeping the country....."The Man Bun"..... however men with long hair looking to snag a girlfriend should avoid wearing a bun in their hair and they definitely shouldn't grow a mustache. According to a new survey of over 1,000 U.S. women, 63% of women say they absolutely hate the man-bun and 58% of women say they'd never date a man who wore one.
Millions of baby spiders appeared to be raining from the sky in the Southern Tablelands earlier this month, with one astonished local fearing the region had been "invaded by spiders" and another reporting his home was "covered" in the creatures.
Whether you're a year-long griller or only get a few months of the year to cook al fresco, grilling reaches an all-time high during the peak of summer. From Memorial Day to Labor Day, there's no meal not made better by the charring abilities of the grill.Burgers and hot dogs are the go-to, and they seem simple enough -- unless you're the one manning the grill. For those standing at the grates, spatula in hand, you know all too well how challenging it can be to make a truly great burger.
Burgers are usually edible no matter what, because yum. But to make one that's truly memorable, there are a few things you need to keep in mind, because it's all too easy to make mistakes without even realizing it. There are eight very common ones, in fact, and it's those mistakes that are getting in between you and burger greatness. This grilling season, don't let them hold you back.
Right those wrongs, and eat better home-grilled burgers.
Don't buy cheap, frozen or lean beef.
Flickr: Darran C
If feeding a crowd, we understand going for a bargain. But if grilling burgers for you and a select few, go for the good stuff. Get nice, preferably freshly ground beef, with at least 20 percent fat. Because remember, you can taste the difference betweengrass-fed beef and the conventional, grain-fed stuff.
Don't over-work your burgers OR add a bunch of other stuff into the mix.
First, burgers are already perfect as they are. Adding onions, herbs or sauces to the meat is only detracting from their inherent greatness. Secondly, adding ingredients means having to overwork the meat, warming up the fat in the burger which emulsifies it and makes the meat rubbery. No one wants a rubbery burger, especially with onions and herbs in it. Instead, lightly shape the burgers, top with a little salt and leave it alone.
Don't forget to put a divot in the middle.
Flickr: Alexander Dibbo
It's commonly thought that one should form a burger into a perfect patty, but this doesn't account for the shrinking and expanding that happens to the meat as it cooks. Instead, shape the burger into a patty, then push a dimple into the center. This will create a perfectly flat burger when cooked making it so toppings stay in place when eating it. Those rounded burgers so common at backyard barbecues make topping burgers impossible.
Don't let a little heat scare you.
Burgers like heat -- high heat. It's all about the sear on a perfect burger. Of course, if it seems like they're starting to burn, turn it down. But if not, go with hot.
Please, just don't smash your burger while it's cooking.
We know it's satisfying to hear the sizzle when you smash it down with a spatula, but what you're really doing is pushing out all the juices that keep the burger, well, juicy. If you want a dry patty, have at it. But if you're looking for something great, put down the spatula.
Don't cut into the burger to check for doneness.
Cutting into a burger to test for doneness is the best way to ruin dinner. All the juices come running out. This is even worse than smashing it with a spatula. It's basically saying you want the driest burger on the planet. While practice will make knowing a burgers' doneness second nature, until then follow this guide: for medium rare, you want a a lightly springy feel at the touch. And for well done, just let it cook, cook, cook.
You must let the burger rest.
Flickr: Yuwen Memon
It's hard to resist biting into a perfectly-cooked burger, but not giving it time to rest means ending up with a dry burger and a soggy bun. Biting into it too soon will just make it spill its juices everywhere. It's all about the juices, folks.
Don't be afraid to experiment.
Cheese is good. Bacon is great. But that's just the beginning of what can be used to top a perfectly-cooked burger. Peanut butter's a creative choice. Onion rings are always a good idea. It's your burger, get creative!
The idea that your dog's mouth is cleaner than yours is KIND of true. A lot of the germs they pick up don't affect humans. But that doesn't mean their mouths are clean.
The truth is our mouths are REALLY gross, and theirs are just slightly LESS gross. And letting them lick you can make you sick.
Here are three specific reasons you shouldn't let you dog lick your face . . .
1. Tapeworms. Dogs get them from coming into contact with dead animals. And they can pass them on to you by licking themselves after they use the bathroom, then licking your face.
2. Food poisoning. Again, if your dog licks a dead animal or another animal's droppings, it can pick up bacteria like salmonella. Or it can happen if it gets into the trash. Then it can pass it on to you by licking your face.
3. Cryptosporidium. It's a parasite that attacks your intestines and causes diarrhea. It's pretty rare to get it from your dog, but letting it lick your face is one way it can happen.
Brad Paisley built a full bar inside his home studio — complete with neon signs, beer on tap and lots of white lightning — so that his co-writers and collaborators could find liquid inspiration for new music. The result was last year's Moonshine in the Trunk album, which balances love songs and deep thinkers with some good old fashioned party songs.
The rules are always changing on what to do or what not to do on your resume. According to USA Today there are some words you shouldn't be using anymore on your resume if you want to stick out! Read on to find out what they are.
There is a new "Tinder" style app that is available to help you find friends. It's called Wiith and it aims to help a person make new friends so they can meet and socialise with like-minded people. Billed as a cross between Meetup and Tinder - but without the dating - it lets you create events that others can join or search for events run by others in your vicinity.
Microwave hacks that'll change your life! Okay maybe not that big of hacks but you're going to want to try some of them right away! Maybe order a pizza let it cool off and try the first trick right away....an excuse for pizza, you're welcome!Check out the hacks here immediately if not sooner!
You've heard the game of 'Would You Rather'. You have two not great options and you have to choose one of them, no matter what!! Foodinsight.com actually just did a study that had one of the questions being, would you rather lose $1,000 or gain 20 pounds. Do you know what you would choose? See the results to the study plus more right now here.
Here's a list of 5 foods that you may be eating wrong! If you want the most out of these foods...there are certain preparations and techniques on how-to and not how-to prepare certain foods....
1. Strawberries. Don't buy the ones that are already cut up, because nutrients like vitamin C get destroyed once they're exposed to light and oxygen for too long.
2. Garlic. Let it sit for ten minutes after you cut it up. There's a cancer-fighting enzyme in it called allicin that benefits from being exposed to air.
3. Black tea. Americans drink 20% more tea than they did 15 years ago. But you don't get the full benefits of it if you add milk.
You still get the antioxidants, but it's not as good for your heart, because proteins in the milk link up with something in the tea called "catechins", and make them harder to absorb.
4. Broccoli. You should be steaming it . . . boiling it or cooking it in the microwave kills a lot of the nutrients. The same goes for asparagus.
5. Tomatoes. They're better for you if they're cooked, because it's easier for your body to absorb the lycopene, which is good for your heart. And heating them to at least 190 degrees also ups the number of antioxidants.
Olive Garden is famous for their breadsticks. They may not be the most delicious thing in the world, but that's not the point. The point is . . . everything tastes better when it's UNLIMITED.
And Olive Garden just announced they're upping their game next month . . . they're going to start making breadstick SANDWICHES.
Starting June 1st, you'll be able to get a chicken parm or meatball sandwich that uses breadsticks as the roll. They'll only be available during lunch, and they'll cost $6.99 for the meatball and $7.99 for the chicken parm.
The bad news is that the sandwiches AREN'T unlimited . . . you only get one. The good news is that they come with a side of unlimited breadsticks. No joke.
The biggest TV entertainment series of the 21st century will end next year.Fox is officially closing the curtain on American Idol after its upcoming 15th season, the network announced Monday. American Idol XV will have the same judges as the last two cycles—Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban and Harry Connick, Jr…. along with the show's host, Ryan Seacrest, who has been with the series from the beginning. Fox noted that the final season will pay tribute to the show's previous years.
Recently Mark Herman of KOLD-TV in Tucson, Arizona, decided to soften the blow of his resignation by delivering it via cake, instead of letter. The newscast director figured you can't be mad at a man who resigns via cake, and he was right. "She laughed and said 'No way! You crack me up!'" After which the cake was promptly cut up and devoured at the upcoming staff meeting. This got us thinking that a cake may be the perfect way to deal with an awkward situation.
As discussed this morning on Chris, John & Jane.... We all know that California is dealing with a massive water shortage. And watering your lawn in California is a big NO-NO! But...that doesn't stop some celebs from keeping a lush, green lawn!
ZAC BROWN has designed a line of jewelry, and it's not cheap. The sterling silver guitar-pick holder will run you $1,499. This is mostly about charity, though. 20% of the profits will go to his Camp Southern Ground, which helps kids with developmental disorders.
Luke Bryan at Alerus Center Friday, May 8th
Parking and Policies Information
Grand Forks, ND – Alerus Center welcomes Luke Bryan's Kick the Dust Up Tour at 7:30pm Friday night. Doors for the show will open at 6:00pm. Arriving early is strongly encouraged as heavy traffic is anticipated before and after the concert. Alerus Center parking lots will open at 5:00pm where parking will be $10 per vehicle. Only cash will be accepted and correct change is encouraged.
For parking maps and traffic tips, visit www.aleruscenter.com/luke.
If Alerus Center parking lots fill up, traffic will be redirected to the Ralph Engelstad Arena parking lot where shuttles will be available beginning at 5:30pm. The cost to park will be $5 per vehicle, and it will be free to ride the shuttles. Only cash will be accepted and correct change is encouraged. Ralph Engelstad Arena shuttle riders will use entrances 4, 5 and 6 at Alerus Center.
All persons and bags are subject to search upon arrival at Alerus Center. Prohibited items include: alcohol, backpacks, outside food and beverages, recording devices, weapons of any kind, professional photography lenses, selfie sticks, remote controlled devices and all nicotine products, including e-cigarettes. As Alerus Center is a completely smoke free facility, guests will not be allowed to exit and re-enter the building for the purpose of smoking during the concert. For a full list of prohibited items, visit www.aleruscenter.com/luke.
Do you know someone in your life who is a picky eater? Pretty sure there are a few items that I don't care for, particularly olives, but for the most part I like most food. As a matter of fact my motto with food is I have to try it at least once before I decide if I like it or not. Now the question has been asked, are picky eaters born or do they learn to be that way? See what America has to say during the latest research shared here.
Before anyone picks a baby name in this day and age, you HAVE to vet it on the Internet, right?
Google just analyzed searches for baby names in the past year, and found the most common names new parents have been searching for.
The top three boy names nationwide are: Michael, James, and Avery. The top three girl names are: Elizabeth, Olivia, and Emma.
They also broke down the most popular names in each state. Most states have pretty traditional results . . . after all, when you have millions of people searching, it's hard for something TOO obscure to break through. And yet . . . some states still found a way.
The most obscure boy names that managed to be the top search in a state are: Ahmed in South Dakota . . . Ezekiel in Kansas . . . Zyion in Arkansas . . . Nico in Massachusetts . . . and Aniyah in Hawaii.
The most obscure girl names that managed to be the top search in a state are: Matilda in Wyoming . . . Malachi in New Mexico . . . Aurora in Arizona . . . Holga in Vermont . . . Maeve in New Hampshire . . . and Risley in Maine.
Here are the maps with the most popular boys and girls names in every state...
McDonalds announced today that the good ol' Hamburglar is coming back after a 13 year haitus. What's more is that McDonald's VP of Marketing says that "We felt it was time to debut a new look for the Hamburglar after he's been out of the public eye all these years". That said, the familiar redheaded burger theif has gotten a bit of a makeover while he "has been busy raising a family in the suburbs".
Some people like their food so much they want to wear it. A jewelry gallery in Lexington, Kentucky, introduced a line of necklaces and earrings made nfrom gold-plated Kentucky Fried Chicken bones, ranging in price from $130 - $200.
Check out tricks to help you if you have a SNORING problem .
1. Sing along to the radio. A study in 2013 found that people who sing a lot are less likely to snore, because it strengthens your throat muscles.
2. Sew a tennis ball into the back of a t-shirt. Sleeping on a tennis ball won't do anything, but the point is you WON'T sleep on it. You're just much more likely to snore if you're on your back. And the tennis ball forces you to sleep on your side instead.
3. Do some tongue aerobics. Just stick your tongue out and try to touch your chin . . . then try to touch your nose . . . then repeat it.
4. Put a big book under your mattress. If it's under your head, it forces you to sit up a little, which can stop you from snoring. You can also do it with an extra pillow, but there's a chance you'll toss it off your bed in the middle of the night.
5. Clean your bedroom. Dust and other allergens can stuff you up at night, so you have to breathe through your mouth, and you're more likely to snore.
6. Wear compression socks. It can help with sleep apnea, because it prevents fluid from building up in your lower legs during the day. A recent study found that when you lie down, that fluid can shift to your neck area, and make you snore.
7. Rinse away. Instead of rinsing your mouth with traditional mouthwash, try an anti-snoring throat rinse. They help to tighten and lubricate the muscles in the back of the throat - reducing your chances of snoring...not only will your sleep be sounder, but you'll also have minty-fresh breath.
8. Bye, Bye Milk. Many people believe that dairy products can cause extra mucus to be produced. This mucus can obstruct the airway and cause snoring, so try going without milk for a few nights to see if it helps.
I'm sure the thought of quitting your job occasionally runs through your mind. But then you remember you need money to, you know, live. So what FINALLY pushes you over the top and actually DOES drive you to quit?
A new global survey of 9,700 full-time employees found the top nine reasons someone finally quits a job. Check 'em out . . .
1. Not getting a raise.
2. Not enough opportunities to advance.
3. Too much overtime.
4. Teamwork isn't encouraged.
5. Not being allowed to telecommute.
6. Being punished for asking for a flexible work schedule.
7. Too much travel.
8. No access to mentors.
9. Bosses who don't have kids and can't really understand your need for flexibility because you do have them.
What is a DAD BOD - here's the definition from URBAN DICTIONARY:
1. A body resembling a man who lives a sedentary lifestyle, flabby, usually comes with a keg gut. Sometimes can see shoes or other things down there, most of the time cannot. Body resembles his personality; dull, lifeless, and very conservative.
2. Once in shape, but clearly has lost most athletic properties. Best suited for sitting at a desk chair, possibly doing ones taxes.
3. Well toned extremities, huge beer gut. Due to excessive drinking and lack of cardio.
1. Press the tip of your tongue behind your top front teeth, and keep it there the entire time. It's a yoga breathing trick.
2. Exhale through your mouth, and make a whooshing sound while you do it.
3. Close your mouth and breathe in slowly through your nose for four seconds.
4. Hold your breath for seven seconds.
5. Slowly exhale through your mouth for eight seconds, and make the whooshing sound again.
Then repeat the whole thing three more times. So basically, you breathe in through your nose for four seconds . . . hold your breath for seven . . . and breathe out through your mouth for eight seconds. That's why it's called the "4-7-8" exercise.
Breathing in for four seconds helps you take in more oxygen . . . holding your breath gives it a little more time to absorb into your bloodstream . . . and breathing out slowly for eight seconds slows your heart rate down.
Darius Rucker joined his old band Hootie and The Blowfish for a reunion on The Late Show lastnight. Hottie and The Blowfish made their telivision debut on The Late Show With David Letterman back in 1994 and returned lastnight to perform for Dave one last time!