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Andy Meek

Trending News Reporter

Since 2015
Top Channel Entertainment
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Andy Meek is a reporter who has covered media, entertainment, and culture for over 20 years. His work has appeared in outlets including The Guardian, Forbes, and The Financial Times, and he’s written for BGR since 2015. Andy's coverage includes technology and entertainment, and he has a particular interest in all things streaming. Over the years, he’s interviewed legendary figures in entertainment and tech that range from Stan Lee to John McAfee, Peter Thiel, and Reed Hastings.

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This Netflix cancellation news is going to crush some of you

August 2nd, 2022

The Netflix cancellation ax has swung again. The streamer’s latest series to meet an untimely end, despite a hardcore fanbase that was holding its breath for word of a second season? First Kill, the teen fantasy/vampire drama that debuted in June, quickly found itself one of the most-streamed Netflix shows worldwide — and then came …

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Everyone is saying the same thing about the #1 show on Netflix

August 2nd, 2022

Martin Gero, a co-showrunner of the new Netflix series Keep Breathing, had a simple message for viewers on Twitter. After marveling that the show is currently #1 on Netflix, a statement that he adorned with the “mind-blown” emoji, he then went on to express his gratitude. “So proud of the incredible team that made this …

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29 new movies hit Netflix today – here are 8 you need to watch

August 1st, 2022

We’ve turned another page on the calendar, with a new month starting today. And you know what that means — another four weeks of all-new streaming content, starting with a slew of Netflix movies that hit the platform today. For a more comprehensive list of everything coming to Netflix this month, check out our coverage …

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Game-changer for Excel: Free AI bot creates any Excel formula you need 

July 31st, 2022

If you’re not a Microsoft Excel power-user who has already divined many of the secrets of the ubiquitous spreadsheet software, trying to build a presentation of data therein can seem like a daunting task. For the average person, it’s probably less intuitive than a comparatively simpler software product from the same company like Word, about …