Last modified: 4/5/2020 2:45pm
The Cary Library has a list of many things available free, see https://www.carylibrary.org/collections-resources/caryhome. Community librarian Christine Muir is discussing this and other resources to the Lexington Computer and Technology Group (LCTG) on Wednesday April 8, 2020. Her presentation will be recorded and a link to it placed on the LCTG page shortly afterwards.
The following information has been collected from emails going on the list, these are movies, TV shows, series available on NetFlix, Amazon Prime Video, and elsewhere, either for free (after subscription) or at cost. See also Steve's TV channel alternatives page and the Cary Library page.
This started when someone asked for suggestions for “binge worth programs” with a preference for nonviolent. Crediting person suggesting ahead of each list; including suggester's comments in ( ); including my comments in [ ] )
note some of these contain violence, David has indicated this in his notes
David has an extended list, you may access it at https://docs.google.com/document/d/1T0D1_JslaHAIZbcbDwE_9qgMgMpdH_51kC0QLrBLzFQ/
who says: Britbox and PBS Passport are great
Has anyone noticed a theme of violence and power struggle running through the recommended TV watchings? Where are the comedies and fun films/shows? Here are some good suggestions,
my list, a work in progress
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