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With a three day weekend coming up and the kick-off to summer, you know what that means — THREE FULL DAYS TO STREAM ALL THE THINGS.
I’ll be sharing a Netflix inspired snack mix this weekend (THINK RED, WHITE, And BLUE), but until then, I’ll get you set up so you can line up your queue with the perfect features to stream this weekend.
What’s more American than bacon, wood-working, and the comedic genius of Nick Offerman? Born and raised in Illinois, he’s the perfect treat to have you laughing until you cry.
This documentary gives a look into female wartime heroes and the perspective of what life is like among the ranks of men. Perfectly told in a wonderful setting, Unsung Heroes is a great opportunity to reflect on the great service of individuals in the Armed Forces.
Make it a family affair with a viewing of Heroes United in this piece about working together for the greater good. Who doesn’t love the Red, White, and Blue of Captain America partnered with Iron Man?
Anne Burrell and Bobby Flay pair up to host this competition for $25,000. Watch to learn what not to do, learn how to make yourself a better cook, and to drool over food that you wish you had. Then get up and grill just in time for a Memorial Day celebration!
It’s easy to forget that sometimes our military heroes are also someone’s son or daughter. This story follows a young man in love, ready to fight for his country, and the struggles of sharing that news with family and friends. Use this piece to reflect on just what great sacrifice goes into serving one’s country.
This piece covers the Civil War at length and goes into great detail about a time in our country that was both difficult, but also transformational. Follow the series as narrated and told in the perspective of sharing a significant part of American history.
Go even further back with a peek into the life and times of a cabbage farmer during the Revolutionary War who begins to spy on the British enemy in hopes of sharing what he learns. This period piece will help you start at the beginning of America’s start and will serve as the perfect kick-off for the weekend ahead!
What’s on your list ahead for the weekend – what your big plans for streaming?