- May 25, 2020
Italy being Italy, many of the unique moments during the country’s long coronavirus lockdown have involved the Catholic Church.
In recent years, the movement has been to streaming TV. People can watch streaming TV on their televisions (duh!), but also on their computers and even their phones.
A system is only as good as the people who use it. This seems to be true with the TV Parental Guidelines, put into place 20 years ago with the help of the so-called “V-chip” installed in every TV that would allow parents to block certain programming based on its content.
Binge-watching can be fun, but it can also take a toll on one’s health.
In a new television show on CBS, main character Chip Curry, a film critic for a New York paper and soon-to-be father, sets out to improve his moral life by following every law in the Bible – all 613 of them – as literally as he possibly can.
Actress and comedy writer behind a TV show that tries to showcase a family of faith in a highly diverse secular society says that if you’re going to evangelize through the entertainment business, it has to be done “subtly” and “creatively.”