It's not the home of The Flash for nothing!
The CW is currently offering its most impressive line-up in its nearly 10-year run, so it should come as no surprise that other companies want in.
After winning Golden Globes for both Jane the Virgin and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and netting best-ever ratings from the Arrow universe over the past two years, the CBS sister channel seems to have grabbed the attention of the biggest superpower in the TV world right now… Netflix!
Related: Supergirl Flies Away From CBS… Lands At The CW!
In fact, the streaming service just announced a new deal with the younger-skewing network that will make it easier for you to watch your favorite shows than ever before.
That's because for the 2016-2017, most of The CW series' full seasons will be available on Netflix just 8 DAYS after their finales!
Netflix CCO Ted Sarandos confirmed the news in a statement on Tuesday, saying:
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It's over! Kaput! Es todo! The end is extremely mothereffing nigh!!
After months of speculation, Dennis Quaid's wife is finally filing for a separation and, soon thereafter, a divorce.
Sure, Kimberly Buffington-Quaid filed once before but was persuaded to change her mind out of fear of losing the lifestyle (re: ca$h money) she grew accustomed to but this time she's serious!
A source close to her explains:
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The FITT Principle is a great way to overcome plateaus and change up your workout routines. FITT stands for Frequency / Intensity / Time / Type. Frequency: how often you exercise. Intensity: how hard you work during exercise. Time: the length of time you exercise. Type: the type of exercise you do. To continue to make progress, change up your routine by modifying two of these factors every 2-4 weeks.
- Personal Trainer Mike Donavanik, CSCS, CPT
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While many associate yawning with a certain level of tiredness, new research indicates that yawning could serve as a method for regulating brain temperature.
After studying the yawning frequency of 160 people in the winter and summer in Tucson, Ariz., Princeton University researchers found that participants were more likely to yawn in the winter as opposed to the summer.
The results have lead researchers to believe that a purpose of yawning may be to cool down our brains!
According to the thermoregulatory theory of yawning, our brains stay cool through a heat exchange with the air drawn in during a yawn. Summer temperatures warmer than our body heat don't provide the relief necessary for our overheated brains.
[Image via WENN.]
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