Christine Persaud

Christine Persaud

Christine is a tech editor and writer with 12 years of experience in trade and consumer tech journalism. She contributes to a number of technology, business, social marketing, family, and lifestyle websites, blogs, and magazines. A self-professed lover of all things tech, good wine, and great food; and an admitted TV junkie.
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15 films that flopped in the U.S. but made big bank overseas

A Hollywood film doesn't necessarily have to perform well in North America in order to be considered a success: These 15 films all performed poorly in the U.S., yet managed to rake in huge earnings overseas.
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The 10 best Black Mirror episodes are thought-provoking, disturbing, mesmerizing

After watching all 19 episodes across four seasons and one special, we've selected and ranked the best Black Mirror episodes released so far. Read on to find out if your favorite episode from the award-winning Netflix made the list.
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Here are our predictions for the 2018 Emmy Awards

Here's a look at all of the nominees in the top categories for the 70th annual Emmy Awards, as well as our predictions for which actors and series will take home the golden statue in each.
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10 apocalyptic TV shows that make the end of civilization binge-worthy

There are plenty of cool ways civilization can get wiped out, and it can make for some seriously great TV. Each of these series showcases a terrifying event that changes civilization as we know it. These are the best post-apocalyptic shows…
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The best dads on TV today are as loving as they are hilarious

These TV dads pull out on the stops for their children, giving up anything and everything, and sometimes doing so in hilarious ways. From the dedicated to the protective, the sensitive to the silly, these are our favorite dads on TV.
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‘Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown’ won’t be leaving Netflix just yet

Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown was scheduled to be leaving Netflix as of June 16, but the streaming service has confirmed that it has extended its license to continue offering the series for "months to come."