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Football is America’s favorite sport—at least at the movies. We discuss why, and Adam interviews the director of American Underdog.
This is probably as good a time as any to look back over this last year and see what impact COVID has had on our kids (and their screens).
Let’s dive into Plugged In’s highly subjective list of the top five TV shows that we reviewed this outgoing year.
In this week’s episode of The Plugged In Show, we’ll go beyond the story and plot of Spider-Man, diving into a deeper conversation about what themes the movie explores.
We may debate what makes a Christmas movie a Christmas movie ’til fruitcake goes bad. But when it comes to the reason for the season, these films (and shows) get it right.
The incessant buzz around a new Spider-Man flick can tempt us, as parents, to forget that it’s got the same rating as most other Marvel movies: PG-13.
So, we figured it’s time to grab several books worth highlighting from the last year and give your young readers some good suggestions.
This week on the Plugged In Show, we talk about Hollywood’s love of sequels and remakes before discussing Disney+’s Hawkeye.
If a little family togetherness is on your Christmas list, here are five traditions that might help bring your family together in today’s technology-driven culture
Reading Rainbow is returning as a live show in 2022.
Plugged In Parent’s Guide to Today’s Technology
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