Spectrum TV CHOICE

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SPECTRUM TV CHOICE

 

UNLIMITED CHOICES FOR ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES

 

Watching TV for hours on end has never been as acceptable as it is today.  In fact, it is practically a requirement for survival in today’s environment.  Thirty years ago, parents were telling their children that they were watching too much TV.  Many of you may remember hearing the words don’t sit too close to the TV or you’ll get square eyes.  Too much TV watching seemed to be the number one vice among parents many years ago, but fast forward to today and parents are actually urging their kids to put their cell phones down, get off social media and join them on the couch for a good old-fashioned night of television watching.  Watching TV is quickly becoming a favorite family pastime again and Spectrum is here to help!  For families that may need a little social distancing of their own right now, we can help with that too.  You can watch your favorite shows and movies anywhere, anytime and on any device from your smartphone, Roku, Xbox or download an app and take your show on-the-go.  Whether you need family time or private time, Spectrum has you covered! Check out Spectrum TV Choice Channels!


Thanks to advancements in cable service technology, we have more choices today than ever.  Not only do we no longer have to physically get up to change the channel, but we also thankfully have more than only 5 channels to choose from.  With so many options, there is something for everyone in the family.  Spectrum gives you access to hundreds of channels and choices that can help transport you to another time, take you on a journey to a different place, and entertain you for a few minutes to hours on end.


For little eyes, there are favorites shows like Doc McStuffins, Little Einsteins, and the Octonauts on Disney Junior.  Tweens and teens have Liv and Maddie, Andie Mack, and Dog with a Blog on the Disney Channel.  Your teen can also channel surf over to the latest on MTV, Nickelodeon, or the FX Movie Channel to find their favorite superhero sci-fi movie.  Enhance distance learning and make it even more fun with some help from Expedition Unknown and Shark Week on the Discovery Channel or check out Crikey! It’s the Irwins and The Zoo on Animal Planet.


We’re here for parents, too.  Whether it’s football, baseball or fishing, Dad can hide out in his man cave with his favorite sports on ESPN, ESPN2 or Fox Sports.  Both mom and dad can keep up with the latest news on CNN and CNBC.  Mom can have some alone time in her she-shed and feel like she’s cooking with Bobby Flay, Giada and Rachel Ray as she watches chefs compete for the top prize on the Food Network.  She can also travel to exotic locations on the Travel Channel or get decorating tips from Chip and Joanna Gaines from Fixer Upper on HGTV.  Extended family and grandparents can get swept away in a heartfelt movie on The Hallmark Channel.  With Spectrum, there truly is something for everyone!


You can also use this time to come together, make some microwave popcorn, grab a blanket, and watch all of these options together as a family.  Better yet, find a movie to enjoy as a family on HBO, Showtime, Starz or Cinemax.  You can choose a current movie or find a classic from your childhood and create a new tradition.  Here are a few ideas of some great movies to enjoy with the family right now – Aquaman, Toy Story 3, Spider-Man Far From Home or The Upside.  You can also revisit classics that everyone should see at least once in their lifetime, like Jaws, Castaway and Forest Gump to name a few.


Use the choices on Spectrum to think outside of the box and create variety in your daily routine.  After everyone goes to sleep, find a new series to binge watch and stay up late.  Some favorites include Game of Thrones, Homeland, Big Little Lies, Westworld and The Sopranos – all available on HBO.  Take turns and create a movie theme night and spend your evening watching a different genre each night.  One night can be comedy night where you pick a new trending favorite like Awkwafina Is Nora from the Queens on Comedy Central and spend the evening laughing hysterically.  If you feel like having a good cry, then declare the evening drama night and head over to the Lifetime channel to watch a tear-jerker.  If you want to learn something, then check out the History Channel or National Geographic to find an intriguing documentary.  If you want to escape reality, then get a little dose of reality TV with The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Bravo.  Whatever you’re in the mood to watch, you can’t go wrong.


Whether you are reconnecting with your family, rediscovering your own interests, or trying to escape to a completely different world, the possibilities are endless with Spectrum TV Choice.

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