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Hi, I’m Anna! Welcome back to, “What’s On Netflix Reviews”!

Liv and Maddie is a show about the life of twin girls and their family as they journey their way from awkward kids into adulthood.

The challenges and hijinx these twins face along with their two brothers will have you both rolling on the floor laughing and crying.

I fell in love with and give this show 5 stars, because Dove Cameron (teen actress) shows off her diverse talents playing the roles of both twins with very different life styles. The entire family and their back stories keep both adults and children ages 12 plus entertained.

Disney does it once again folks. Wholesome, while entertaining, while still delving into real life issues teens face.

There are some scenes you will have to explain to your preteen though, so watch it together! An example is why we can not dig a whole under the house and make tunnels! There are teen relationship and life situations in this show too!

Always preview shows before your children watch them, because a lot of shows are not rated at all and quite a few are not rated properly in my opinion. Your family is different with different maturity levels then mine, so please make your own decisions if your child can watch this and other shows I review or not!

Thank you for watching/Listening.

Next Up: 90210 (The New 2013 Remake)

Happy Watching!


Anna is a freelance writer of reviews and support looking to break into the paid world of entertainment journalism.


Young And Hungry Netflix Review – SoundCloud

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I’m Anna. Welcome back to, “What’s On Netflix Reviews!”

This week we are reviewing “Young And Hungry” an incredibly funny 5 season sitcom. Rated R in my book, because of the adult content they get into.

The story involves a hot female food blogger named Gabi who lands a job as a chef for a tech genius in a quirky way. The situations she and the other household staff get into will make you laugh your tush off!

Think “I Love Lucy” with a twist. I give the show 4.7 stars only, because it ended too soon for me.

Go watch all 5 seasons today!

Next up for review: Liv and Maddie

This is Anna. Thanks for watching/listening.

Cheer Squad Review-Intense (Image Courtesy Of Free Form) – SoundCloud

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Hi, I’m Anna. Welcome back to another episode of What’s On Netflix!

I am not a Reality Show lover, but one day while I was searching for something cool to watch the show popped up. I took it as a “Bring It On” type movie and before I realized what I was watching I was totally hooked!

Everyone thinks Cheer is just perky people chanting and dancing, but turns out it’s a lot more then that! There are intense competitions in which you have to bring gymnist skills and be willing to try newly invented and very dangerous moves. These teams practice hours a day and literally have to live a completely clean life to keep up. All so they can have a chance to win at nationals each year.

This AINT your highschool cheer team those girls and guys risk lives and limbs to make it!

The backstories, girl fights and trying to still work as a team make this series an incredible show!

I give Cheer Squad 4.5 stars only because free form has kept me waiting while deciding if they will produce a second season!

Give it a watch!

Next Review: Young And Hungry

Happy Watching



Anna is a freelance writer of reviews and support looking to break into the paid world of entertainment journalism.

Fuller House Review – SoundCloud

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Hi, This Is Anna with your Whats On Netflix Review Of Fuller House.

Fuller House was the highly anticipated spin off of Full House staring the same charactors, but older and grown up. You remember Jessie, Joey, Danny, Rebecca, Stephanie, DJ, Michelle and more?

Season 3, just came out, thus I will be reviewing only seaons 1 and 2 for now.

I give season 1 a 3.5 rating, because there were way too many puns and flashbacks. Michelle’s charactor doesn’t appear, yet they reference her via having communicated with her.

I give season two 3.7 stars, because now grown up Tanner children’s stories really start to heat up and their juicy secrets come out. This season starts to become more relatable to adults lives. I found myself both inspired and saddened. I won’t give it 5 stars, because they have yet to hire a new actress to play Michelle. Michelle was a pivotal part of the story line and the scenes are empty without her.

ALERT: This is not your old Full House. It has weed smoking and drinking it! It is NOT something you watch with your kids!!!

Next Up: Cheer Squad: (Very intense reality show)

This is Anna Signing Off til next time.



Anna is a freelance writer of reviews and support looking to break into the paid world of entertainment journalism.

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Hi! Welcome Back To AnnaArtiga.Com, “What’s On Netflix Reviews”

I’m Anna your host.

Baby Daddy is a series about a young man, his old school friends and their lives. It centers around the story line of a baby that shows up at his doorstep with a note claiming the child is his.

The show is both hilarious and moving. At one point both Ben and his brother are in love with a long time friend who they both have history with.

Melissa Peterman (Bonnie from Reba) plays Ben’s quirky, overly protective and nosey mother.

I’m only giving this a 4 star rating, because the show seems almost annoying at first, but then the network canceled it just when I fell in love and wanted more. The last episode ends in an awkward unfulfilling place like a good book with the last chapter ripped out!

I still recommend watching this series if you can use your imagination and create a proper ending.

Thank you for listening/reading my review.

Next Review: Fuller House

I’m Anna. Happy Watching


Anna is a freelance writer of reviews and support looking to break into the paid world of entertainment journalism.

Orange Is The New Black Review – SoundCloud

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I’m Anna

Welcome to the new and improved AnnaArtiga.Com.

Orange Is The New Black is based on a true story about a young rich girl who is impulsive, makes the wrong choices and finds herself committing a crime. Years later she is about to get married when the law finds her and she goes to jail for it. What happens behind bars will make your toes curl, so do not watch if you have a heart condition or weak stomach!

I give this show a 4.5 of 5 stars , because I found following the backstories in the first episodes to be a little challenging, due to all the charactors stories crammed together like a crash course. You literally can not skim through or miss an episode or you will be lost!

At season 1 episode 10 I found that the story (although still cluttered) became easier to follow and the charactors become like family members.

I love this show! I became a back to back season and episode addict and now have withdrawals while waiting for the next season to start!

This story is an adults only story as it has plenty of sex, open drug use, and violence in it. AnnaArtiga.Com does not condone illegal or violent activities! This show however will keep you on the edge of your seat!

I’d tell you more, but I don’t want to spoil it for the newbies!

Go watch it today! And tell me if I’m right!

Next we will be reviewing Baby Daddy.

This is AnnaArtiga.Com signing off for now.



Anna is a freelance writer of reviews and support looking to break into the paid world of entertainment journalism.


NEW! Listen or READ NETFLIX REVIEW by Anna Artiga #np on #SoundCloud

Hey there,

This is Anna from bringing you some new reviews!

I’ve recently been turned back on to Netflix and I must say it’s much better then it used to be. In the past I watched everything on Netflix within a couple months, but now they have so much more to offer. I’m a daily watcher on my third month of membership and haven’t even scratched the surface of viewing choices!

They have a lot of tv series for both adults and kids, as well as movies and Netflix originals like “Orange Is The New Black!”

Netflix itself has moved from a 2 star, boring and incomplete place to rent movies and tv shows to a 4.5 stars creative, original and top notch place to stream or get DVD’s sent to you.

Why only 4.5 stars?

They have profiles you can set up with pin numbers and maturity level controls, but we are finding kids can penetrate those controls and shows you may not agree with might get into their genre, thus it is still up to you to watch with your kids even after setting controls! FYI: There is a show with teens discussing how they tried to commit suicide that was supposed to help kids understand and cope with life, but became a how to for some teens that’s on Netflix!

They still do not stream a lot of the most popular tv series like Roseanne. It seems if it is highly popular, older and still airing on television some where then you may have difficulty finding it.

They also have Disney Series like “Liv and Maddie”, but I noticed when they said the latest season would be on Netflix August 25th it has not. I have an email to Netflix to find out more details, so be on the look out for an update.

The app needs to be lightened memory usage wise and the browser play is finicky working only some of the time for certain OS and browsers.

I do love the inexpensive options. I chose 11.99 per month for 4 devices to stream, so that I can watch while my kids watch their own shows. There is also an add on option for getting DVDs? Does anyone do that anymore?

As I watch the shows I will also be reviewing them.

Next Review, “Orange Is the New Black”

See ya soon



Anna is a freelance writer of reviews and support looking to break into the paid world of entertainment journalism.