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Binge-Worthy Buzz: We’re Buzzing To Tell You All About It

Binge-Worthy Buzz: We’re Buzzing To Tell You All About It

Hello honeybees, and welcome to another Binge-Worthy Buzz, our weekly series where we bring you new things to watch on TV, streaming services and movie theaters, of course. Shall we get on with it?

Sonic The Hedgehog 2

After Sonic’s first adventure on the big screen back in 2020, the blue hedgehog is back to take down Dr. Robotnik once again. But this time, both Sonic and his nemesis have sidekicks to help them achieve their goals. While Robotnik has Knuckles, Sonic teams up with our lovely Tails, who was first introduced at the very end of 2020’s Sonic The Hedgehog looking for the main character.

This time, both duos are in a race for an emerald with the power to destroy civilizations, and we’re really looking forward to seeing who gets to it first when the movie comes out on April 8.

The Quest

Here we are once again talking about one of Disney’s new projects. This time, we’re highlighting the “hybrid fantasy-competition” series, as they call it, The Quest. Basically what they did was take a group of real-life teens and put them in a fantasy world known as Everealm. This means that while the situations and the path they must follow are scripted, how the teens act and react to what’s around them isn’t.

We hear you, “ok that’s the fantasy, but where’s the competition?” Well, the competition element comes from the fact that only one of the eight teens will become the true hero who will rid Everealm of the evil Sorceress threatening the kingdom. So, have we made you interested in watching this when it comes out on April 11 on Disney+?

Moon Knight

We made it pretty clear a while back how much we wanted to see Oscar Isaac join the MCU as Moon Knight, right? So can you imagine our reactions to seeing him in the first episode of the show on Disney+?

It’s no surprise that Oscar killed it as Steven Grant and it seems like fans have enjoyed Marvel’s latest production, with Moon Knight’s first episode having over 1.8 million viewers in the first five days of being available. And that’s just counting US views. Safe to say that Steven Grant’s story is one to watch closely from now on. And if you haven’t watched it already, what exactly are you waiting for?

American Song Contest

Yes, we’re once again here to recommend you watch American Song Contest. The show, hosted by Snoop Dogg and Kelly Clarkson, continues its search for America’s favorite new singer.

The first week of the competition may be over, but you can catch all the performances in the playlist below while we wait for what next week will bring from these amazing singers. Oh, and in case you fall in love with any of these artists (which we know will happen), you’ll be pleased to know that Atlantic Records is responsible for releasing the original songs performed during the show.

Inventing Anna

Coming from Shondaland and Netflix, we could only expect Inventing Anna to be an absolute delight to watch… even if the miniseries is about a scam artist. The nine episodes tell us about Anna Sorokin, who assumed the name Anna Delvey and made everyone in the New York upper classes believe she was a German heiress.

She did such a good job of it that she talked many into giving her cash, goods, and services just based on the assumption that she was rich. And if you think this is a little far-fetched, think again, because the series was inspired by a very real case that happened in 2013.

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Our Flag Means Death

Raise your hand if you love anything Taika Waititi is involved in. Glad we’ve established that, now, on to why we asked that in the first place: Taika’s latest work as an actor, Our Flag Means Death. The series, set in the 18th century, brings us Stede Bonnet (Rhys Darby), an English aristocrat who abandons his life of comfort to become a pirate. Along his journey, he ends up face to face with the fearsome captain Blackbeard (Taika Waititi).

With only 10 episodes in its first season, Our Flag Means Death is available for streaming on HBO Max, and, from what we’ve been seeing on the internet, it’s doing quite well among fans of period romances and pirate stories. And if we can humbly express our opinion, we love it a lot as well.


What happens when two brothers who are complete opposites of each other are forced to work together in order to avoid being arrested by the LA police? In Michael Bay’s latest movie, that’s what happens. In Ambulance, veteran Will Sharp is forced to ask his brother, career criminal Danny, for help with money to help for his wife’s medical bills. Danny then suggests robbing a bank and, desperate to help his wife, Will goes along with it.

The problems start to show up when they nearly get caught and the only way out is to hijack an ambulance. After that, they find out the patient in the ambulance is an injured police officer and there’s also an EMT there with them. Catch this action-packed masterpiece in theaters on April 8.

And this is where we leave you this week with Binge-Worthy Buzz, dears. Please let us know what you think of our picks for this article by tweeting us @thehoneypop! You can also find us on Facebook and Instagram.

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