Today’s Best Binge-Worthy Series On Google US
For television lovers, it has never been so easy to have access to a wide catalog of series with the emergence of streaming platforms, although there is a drawback: among such a variety of titles and genres that exist in the new millennium, it is no longer nothing easy to find the next production to see.
However, thinking about these new challenges, Google offers its subscribers a list of their most popular works, so that it is easier to choose.
Different genres, all with exciting stories to spend many hours in front of the screen without wondering how to download a video from Facebook, these are the most popular productions from Google United States to enjoy in a marathon or in your spare time.
John Dutton (Costner) is the owner of the largest ranch in America. He and his children will engage in a merciless fight against an Indian reservation and against the United States federal government that is trying to expand the national park next to the Dutton property.
2. Rick and Morty
Animated comedy that narrates the adventures of a mad scientist Rick Sanchez, who returns after 20 years to live with his daughter, her husband and her children Morty and Summer.
3. RuPaul: Queens of Drag
The famous drag queen RuPaul presents this contest with the most stylish challenges, a mix of beauty contests and the most divine fantasies.
4. Better Call Saul
Better Call Saul is an American television series created by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould. It is a Breaking Bad spin-off that consists of a prequel to his story. Set in 2002, it follows the life of lawyer James “Jimmy” McGill (Bob Odenkirk) seven years before he appeared as Saul Goodman in Breaking Bad. Events set during and after Breaking Bad are also explored.
5. Big Bang
While physicists Leonard and Sheldon round out their gang of nerds with Howard and Raj, aspiring actress Penny occupies the flat across the street.
6. Jersey Shore: Family Vacation
The cast of Jersey Shore swore they would always do a vacation together. Now, five years, five kids, three marriages, and who knows how many GTL sessions later, the gang is back together and on vacation in a swanky house in Miami Beach.
7. Breaking Bad
After turning 50, Walter White (Bryan Cranston), a high school chemistry teacher in Albuquerque, New Mexico, learns that he has incurable lung cancer. Married to Skyler (Anna Gunn) and with a disabled son (RJ Mitte), the brutal news prompts him to make a drastic change in his life: he decides, with the help of a former student (Aaron Paul), to manufacture amphetamines and put them on the market. the sale. What he wants is to free his family from economic problems when the fatal outcome occurs.
8. Game of Thrones
In a land where summers last decades and winters can last a lifetime, trouble looms. From the machinations of the south to the wild lands of the east, passing through the frozen north and the ancient wall that protects the kingdom from the dark forces, two powerful families maintain a deadly confrontation to rule the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros. As betrayal, lust, and supernatural forces shake the pillars of the kingdoms, the bloody battle for the Iron Throne will have far-reaching and unforeseen consequences. Winter is coming. Let ‘Game of Thrones’ begin.
9. The White Lotus
Follow the exploits of various guests and employees at an exclusive tropical resort over the span of a week. With each passing day, a darker complexity emerges for these picture-perfect travelers, the cheerful hotel employees, and the idyllic setting itself.
10. The Office
Steve Carell stars in The Office, a fresh and fun look, in a pseudo-documentary format, into the day-to-day lives of some eccentric workers at the Dunder Mifflin company. No-nonsense but clueless director Michael Scott considers himself a terrific boss and mentor, but he really commands more criticism than respect from his employees.
Google Play is a digital distribution platform for mobile applications that uses the Android operating system; Likewise, it is an online store operated by the Google company that allows its users to download game applications, music, books, magazines, movies and more.
Among the services offered by the internet giant is the Google TV application (for the United States, Spain and Mexico) and Play Movies (in Latin American countries), through which users can watch movies and series purchased through from Google Play.
It should be noted that the films can be bought or rented, while in the case of the series, the seasons or the episodes are not available for rent. The content can also be downloaded so that the subscriber can watch it later without the need for internet access.
Play Movies is available in more than 60 countries, while Google TV is only available in 15; In addition, the service to watch series is only available in the United States, Japan, Australia and the United Kingdom.
It was in August 2008 when Google launched its Android Market for payment applications in the United States and the United Kingdom; four years later, in 2012, the company relaunched the service and renamed it Google Play, which at that time had a base of 450,000 applications.
Subsequently, Google Play has undergone various changes such as adding payment with PayPal, it has added the Google Play Games section, it has prohibited cryptocurrency mining applications and it has placed more emphasis on the evaluation of content for children with the “Teacher Approved” section. .
According to 2018 figures, Google had on its record 2.5 billion active Android devices and 2 billion monthly users on Google Play, which ultimately amassed 115 billion downloads on the store in those 12 months.
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