Boomerang has launched their own standalone streaming services. Boomerang will offer access to the classic cartoons like Tom & Jerry, Droopy, Scooby-Doo, Looney Tunes, and etc.
You can get the streaming service with two billing options, $3.33/month for an annual membership or $4.99/month for a monthly membership.
This is a pretty sweet deal if you have a nostalgic moment and want to see Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck go at it or even watch Yogi and Boo-Boo adventures in the Forrest. AT the very least it may be worth it to try the free trial and see how you like it.
You can only watch the service on the web, iOS, and Android devices. The Apple TV, Fire TV, Roku, and Chromecast are all said to be coming soon.
I stumbled across a show on a free streaming service called Crackle. Crackle is completely free streaming services you just have to put up with a few commercial during the movie or TV show you’re watching. You can access Crackle on your phone, tablet, computer, Apple TV, or streaming device.
The show Startup is about a girl who created a digital currency that can’t be hacked. She is eager to find investors so she can take this currency worldwide. She struggles with investor, friendships, and family along the way and finds herself in a world of turmoil while chasing her dream. The show takes place in Miami and shows the white-collar side all the way down to the slums of the hood. The season has 10 episodes and how it ended hints at the possibility of a second season.
I think the show is dope and I encourage you to check it out for yourself and let me know what you think.