Because they are about to take a huge leap of faith and add another original production to their arsenal – original content is a journey that even Oprah Winfrey herself can tell you is fraught with danger.
So in addition to movies and primetime TV hits such as Modern Family, Glee, The Office, etc., etc., etc., viewers can also download Hulu’s own creations (A Day in the Life and The Morning After), as well as their newest addition, “Paul, the Male Matchmaker” (launching on Monday, February 13 exclusively on Hulu).
Despite the obvious good intentions of the creators, not all the reactions to the hyper-positive app have been, well...
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But when it comes to sex and dating, they aren’t so sure. Or, they might want men to play Greatest Generation gentleman. They can be all “Let me pay for the movie tickets” on Friday nights, and “A single rose? But enough of them are partial to the Charlie Sheens of this world that one popular dating guru, David De Angleo, lists “Being Too Much of a Nice Guy” as No.
They’ve been bred to abuse men.” This fairly typical response that appeared at the Seattle Post Intelligencer website: “Sorry ladies.
In the age of Play Station 3s, 24-hours-a-day sports channels, and free Internet porn, you are now obsolete.
Over the summer, the Sarahah app took over social media.
Allowing users to anonymously submit both critiques and compliments, the app quickly became a way to throw some high-key shade at your frenemies and nemesisters.