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What we're streaming

By Catherine Tsaur on Mar 23, 2021 1:34:54 PM

Tags: Internet/WiFi, Streaming

With your fiber-powered Internet you can stream and binge watch till the sun comes up. And since over 55% of US households subscribe to more than one streaming service, it can be hard to figure out what’s worth watching. Here’s a peek at what we’re binging.

(Hawaiian Telcom TV HBO subscribers also get HBO Max with their subscription.)

Lovecraft Country – This Golden Globe award-winning horror/drama series stars Jonathan Majors as a young man on a journey to find his missing father in 1950s America while battling racist terrors and terrifying monsters that could be straight from the pages of an H.P Lovecraft novel. Rated: TV-MA

Euphoria – A teen drama series that stars Emmy award winning, Zendaya, follows a group of high school students as they navigate through their identities, friendships and struggles. Rated: TV-MA

The Not-Too-Late Show with Elmo – The iconic superstar Elmo hosts a delightful, family friendly talk show. Rated: TV- G


Amazon Prime

Fleabag – A British dark comedy series that stars Emmy award winning, Pheobe Waller-Bridge, as a free-spirited, confused, and angry young woman in modern day London. Rated: R

The Boys – A satirical superhero series starring Karl Urban, as a vigilante fighter rebelling against society’s corporate sponsored superheroes. Rated: TV-MA

Ronja, the Robber’s Daughter – This anime style TV series follows Ronja, as she ventures into the forest, exploring and discovering its wonders and dangers like the mystical creatures that dwell there. She learns to live in the forest through her own strength, with the occasional rescue by her parents. Rated: TV-G



The Queen’s Gambit – This Golden Globe award winning series stars Anya Taylor-Joy as an orphaned chess prodigy on her rise to the top of the chess world while struggling with drug and alcohol dependency. Rated: TV-14

Ugly Delicious – This Emmy nominated non-fiction series follows host David Chang as he examines the cultural, sociological, and culinary history of a specific popular foods. Rated: TV-G

Cobra Kai – This martial arts comedy/drama series stars Ralph Macchio and is based on the 1984 film The Karate Kid. Rated: TV-14



WandaVision – This miniseries set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe stars Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff, and takes place after the events of the major motion picture Avengers: Endgame. Rated: TV-14

What We Do in the Shadows – This Emmy nominated mockumentary comedy/drama series stars Kayvan Novoak and follows four vampire roommates in current-day Staten Island. Rated: TV-14

The Great - This Emmy nominated “anti-historical” comedy/drama stars Elle Fanning and is inspired by the rise of Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia. Rated: R

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