Here's What You Can Stream While You're At Home (UPDATED)

Posted at 10:59 AM, Mar 20, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-26 20:37:22-04


As you're adjusting to the new normal with staying at home.

You’re probably filling time by binge watching your favorite show or movie.

Here are some great entertainment being offered by some of your favorite streaming services.

First up, Disney goes royal. Earlier this week, Disney announced that the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markel will narrate the Disneynature documentary, “Elephant”

It follows one family’s extraordinary 1000 mile journey across Africa on an adventure that will change their life.

The documentary is released on April 3rd on Disney plus.

Also on the same day on Disney plus, “Onward”

This film was released in march but due COVID-19, it didn't stay in theaters for long.

After being in theaters for six weeks, Warner Brothers is bringing "Birds of Prey and The Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn" on demand.

The film is on Amazon Prime for $19.99

A film that didn’t have the chance at the box office is Vin Diesel’s "Bloodshot".

Sony is giving movie fans a chance to see the action flick on demand in Amazon for the same price as Birds of Prey


Right now, most of you are adjusting to the new normal. Staying at home and practicing social distancing.
Now with staying at home, that will mean a lot of time to fill.
Here are some streaming services offering great content you can stream at home.

First up, Disney adds "Frozen 2"on Disney Plus three months early.
The company released the news on social media stating that the move was meant to surprise families with some fun and joy during this challenging period.
Disney also releases "Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker" early on digital platforms.
But there is no word on when they will be releasing the movie on the app.

Now, talk about self-distancing and chiil
Just because you’re socially distant right now, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a movie night with friends.
Netflix and google are teaming up to help bridge some of the gap.
Google chrome has an extension called 'Netflix Party"

Basically, one person can create a watch party.
It will give you a link you can then send to your friends.
It will play the TV show or movie at the same time for everyone- and you can share your reactions through the group chat feature.
The extension is free, but everyone will need to have a Netflix account to participate.

On to music, Ultra Music Festival might have been cancelled due to COVID-19, but fans can experience the festival virtually.
SiriusXM announced that they will be broadcasting the Ultra Virtual Audio Festival.
It will feature live DJ sets from artists who were originally scheduled to perform at Ultra Music Festival this year which include DJs like, Afrojack, Armin van Buuren, Major Lazer and more!

They will also incorporate, past live dj sets from previous Ultra Music Festival performances..

The UMF radio channel launches this weekend and if you purchased a ticket to this year’s festival you will receive an email offering access to SiriusXM UMF radio and its other programming.

Unfortunately, movie studios are delaying the release of films like, “Mulan” “A Quiet Place II” and recently announced Marvel's "Black Widow”
Fortunately, Universal Pictures is bringing the movie theaters to you.

Films such as “The Invisible Man” The Hunt” and “Emma” which are films currently in theaters are available to rent on demand. Streaming services such as Comcast, Apple and Amazon are renting the movies for $19.99 for 48 hours.

And Dreamworks Animation's “Trolls World Tour” will also be on demand starting April 10th the same day is set to be released in South Florida theaters