Category Archives: TV

The Most Searched Spooky Show in Each State in 2021

Jump to:  Your State’s Most Googled Spooky Show Interesting Findings  Methodology About CenturyLinkQuote Summer is ending and fall is quickly approaching, which means cooler temperatures, pumpkin spice lattes, and, most importantly, spooky shows on TV. To welcome the season of goblins and ghouls, families across the country are looking forward to their favorite scary entertainment.  […]

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America’s Most Searched PBS Kids Programs

PBS Kids programs have taught generations of American children everything from math and science to manners and morals, all while providing quality entertainment. Even more, Twitter users have posted over 47,000 times in the last decade about Sesame Street, showing that PBS Kids shows are still top-of-mind nationally. With the recent news that Arthur will […]

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The Most Searched Female-Led Action Movie by State

Each State’s Top Film Mapped Methodology About CenturyLinkQuote Casting female strength in the lead is on the rise. For the past decade, we’ve seen a shift in the roles played by females in action movies. From Gal Gadot’s powerful debut as Themysciran princess Diana Prince to Jennifer Lawrence’s performance of eagle-eyed Katniss Everdeen, women in […]

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The Original Gossip Girl Characters Americans Still Love to This Day

The original cast of Gossip Girl, the beloved show from 2007 full of teens knocking back cocktails and socialite drama, has been given a run for its money with the 2021 Gossip Girl reboot on HBO Max. While the original show focused on a gossip blog and flip phones, the new series has turned to […]

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82% of Americans say TV time exposes their family to diverse perspectives

Americans love their TVs. An estimated 121 million American homes have a TV. Families gather around the screen to catch up on daytime soap operas, rewatch low-budget film favorites, and binge-watch new family TV series on popular streaming services. Could all of that screen time harm family relationships? The team at CenturyLinkQuote decided to find […]

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UPDATE: Winner of the $1,000 Hallmark Christmas Movie Dream Job Announced!

This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed, or administered by, or in association with, CenturyLink, Crown Media, and Hallmark. We always knew Hallmark lovers existed, but we didn’t know there were 218,800 of them.  218,800 of you applied for the Hallmark Christmas Movie Dream Job, making it difficult to choose the applicant with the […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Watching Hallmark Christmas Movies on CenturyLinkQuote

There are a handful of telltale signs it’s the Holiday season: Christmas cookies, a fire crackling, a festive Hallmark movie of a career-driven woman who finds her soulmate while visiting home for Christmas.  Hallmark movies are ratings gold during the Holidays—with good reason. These timeless flicks almost always feature winter romance, a Christmas miracle, and […]

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Six Rules to Help Keep Your Kids Safe Online

6 Ways to Protect Your Kids Online Talking with your kids about what to do and what to avoid online is an important way to help protect them. Nearly 60 percent of teen Internet users say their parents have the greatest influence on their opinions about appropriate and inappropriate online behavior, and your influence can […]

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Lights! Camera! North Carolina! 8 Shows and Movies Set in North Carolina

North Carolina’s diverse geography and natural beauty make it an ideal setting for a variety of films and TV shows. Many remember the folksy, easy-going (fictional) town of Mayberry and the gritty but charming world of Bull Durham’s minor league baseball shenanigans. And the misty Blue Ridge Mountains happen to be a perfect setting for […]

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The Best of the Worst: Your State’s Favorite “Bad” Movie

If you think you’re the only fan of movies so bad they’re good, think again. Every state in the US has its own favorite terrible film. These films—you know, those bad movies that you love to hate and hate to love—definitely aren’t masterpieces, but they bring about great nostalgia and comfort when you watch them. […]

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