字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント we told how people have been putting their Christmas lights back up to help spread some cheer during these stressful times. And turns out television is following suit, airing holiday movies to take people's minds off the crisis. It's just one of the entertainment options available as you hunker down at home. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas on TV today. The Hallmark Channel launched a Christmas movie marathon like comfort food. It's comfort television to get us through the Corona virus outbreak. People are looking for comfort right now. They're also looking for like throwbacks to things that they knew from other times. Christmas movies in general just evoke a sense of family looking for entertainment that's more chilling this weekend, with theaters across the USA shut down, the movie industry is taking the unprecedented step of making several new films, like the horror flick The Invisible Man, available for at home viewing period film. Emma is also available on several platforms, but the movie's will cost you 1999. Some people feel like it's very expensive, but then some people say, Well, when you figure if you go to the theater you're buying food, you're paying for parking, you might be being for a baby sitter that this is actually a reasonable amount. The popularity of movies about pandemics are surging on Netflix. Gwyneth Paltrow's Contagion is the third most popular movie. The 1995 film outbreak, which follows the spread of an Ebola like virus, is the fifth most watched. The donkey Siri's pandemic. How to prevent an outbreak is ranked 6th 1 more way to pass the time this weekend. Try at home workouts. Dr. Oz is fitness trainer. Yussef Myers shows us how legs, biceps and triceps grocery bags filled with bottles of water and canned goods make for perfect hand weights. And these chair squats are great to go along with all of that TV watching.