Amazing Benefits of Time Warner Cable Internet Plans

Time Warner Cable Internet gives you access to an incredible array of services, plans and features. In short, Time Warner Cable Internet now offers a best-in-class Internet experience that is simply the best in the nation.

You get fast speeds, top-notch customer service, and innovative product offerings. Plus, if you choose to bundle Time Warner Cable Internet with TV and Voice, you can unlock an amazingly low monthly price.

Unlock all the benefits of Time Warner Cable Internet

The place to start, of course, is by understanding how Time Warner Cable Internet is completely changing the game for Internet users. Whether it’s speed, reliability or customer service, Time Warner Cable Internet has you covered. Just check out everything that you get with each and every order of Time Warner Cable Internet:

  • Lightning-fast 60 Mbps Internet speeds
  • No data caps
  • Ability to stream 4K movies
  • Network reliability
  • Best-in-class customer support
  • Free modem for in-home Wi-Fi networks
  • Powerful online security suite

Super-fast Internet

With 60 Mbps Internet speeds, you are getting an Internet connection that is 20 times faster than DSL. That makes it possible to stream full-length Hollywood movies, even movies in HD and 4K! Moreover, you can download as much content as you’d like, including a full array of music and games. With Time Warner Cable Internet, the entire Internet is at your fingertips!

No data caps

With Time Warner Cable Internet, you never have to worry about bumping against data caps. Other Internet service providers try to limit how much Internet you can consume, but not Time Warner Cable. There is no limit on how many shows you can stream, how many websites you can visit, or how much content you can download. With Time Warner Cable, you are about to experience unlimited Internet.

Network reliability

Not only is Time Warner Cable Internet fast, it’s also highly reliable. So never worry about slow speeds, downloads freezing in the middle, or streaming shows suddenly stopping for no reason. Time Warner Cable Internet has invested time and financial resources into ensuring the best possible Internet experience for everyone.

Customer support

Once you order Time Warner Cable Internet, you get access to 24/7 dedicated technical support staff. It’s impossible to overstate how important this is – it means that you have access to a helping hand at any time of the day or night, every single day of the week! No question is too minor or too detailed. So if you’re experiencing any problem whatsoever with your Time Warner Cable Internet, just give a call and your problem will be resolved almost instantly.

Free in-home Wi-Fi

For many families, the ability to share Wi-Fi connectivity with the entire household is now a top priority. As a result, Time Warner Cable Internet comes with a high-performance router capable of extending Internet service to every single room of your home. You can stream, game or upload in any room. Imagine being able to watch a movie in one room while your kids play videogames in the other room.

Free online security suite

If you’re like most people, you’re probably concerned about malware, viruses and hackers online. And Time Warner Cable Internet has you covered here, too. With every single Internet plan, you get access to a powerful security suite that makes your computer safe to use. This software has a retail value of $60, and can be installed on as many as 10 computers at one time. That ensures that every single member of your family will be able to enjoy fast, safe Internet from the comfort of home!

Bundle Time Warner Cable Internet with TV and Voice for more savings

One major benefit of signing up for Time Warner Cable Internet is being able to bundle Internet service with TV and Voice. These services are all designed to work well with each other. And here’s the major advantage of bundling: you can save significantly on Internet service! That makes Internet much more affordable for every budget. For example, stand-alone Internet from Time Warner Cable is $44.99 per month. But when you bundle with TV and Voice, you can get Time Warner Cable Internet for just $29.99 per month!

Time Warner Cable bundles available now

When you order Time Warner Cable Internet, you have several options. You can order it as a stand-alone offering. Or you could create a Double Play bundle, in which you bundle TV and Internet into one affordable package. And, finally, you could choose the most popular option, which is to create a Triple Play bundle. Here are the three most popular Triple Play bundles:

  • Triple Play Select – $29.99 per month for each service
  • Triple Play Silver – Add an extra $20 to the price of Triple Play Select
  • Triple Play Gold – Add an extra $20 to the price of Triple Play Silver

The best-selling bundle is Triple Play Gold. What you get with this package is simply astounding. First of all, you get Time Warner Cable Internet with 60 Mbps connectivity speeds. Then you get 200+ channels, including the following top entertainment channels: HBO, Showtime, Cinemax, Starz, Starz Encore, EPIX and TMC. And, finally, you get access to unlimited nationwide calling and 18+ popular digital calling features.

There is no time to wait, order Time Warner Cable today!

As you can see, there are so many great reasons to sign up for Time Warner Cable Internet today. These are the main selling points of this top-of-the-line Internet service:

  • Fast, reliable speeds
  • Affordable prices
  • Quality customer service
  • Online security suite to protect users
  • Variety of plans for every type of family

And, to top it all off, Time Warner Cable Internet is now able to provide a 30-day guarantee. If you are not completely happy with your new Time Warner Cable Internet within 30 days, simply cancel and get your money back. It’s as simple as that!

To order Time Warner Cable Internet today, please call: 1-855-345-0205

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All the Hollywood Sexual Misconduct Scandals You Need To Know

The Hollywood sexual misconduct scandals that started in late 2017 show no sign of abating. After legendary film producer Harvey Weinstein was called out for a pattern of sexual misconduct in October 2017, literally hundreds of women have stepped forward with their own stories of being sexually assaulted, intimidated or even raped by some of the most famous men in Hollywood today. Here’s a list of all the Hollywood sexual misconduct scandals you need to know…

Harvey Weinstein

In just the first month after the sexual misconduct allegations surfaced, more than 80 women – many of them actresses and models – shared their own stories of being harassed, bullied and intimidated into having sexual relations with Weinstein. Even worse, this pattern of behavior appears to have taken place over decades. In response, Weinstein was removed from the leadership of his film production companies and stripped of his membership in Hollywood’s prestigious Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. It was Weinstein who sparked the nationwide #MeToo movement on social media, and in many ways, he has become the poster child for Hollywood sexual misconduct.

Kevin Spacey

The star actor of Netflix’s “House of Cards” saw his own house of cards collapse once co-workers and actors stepped forward with their own stories of how Spacey created a sexually-charged work environment on his film and TV projects. Perhaps the most damning revelation came from an actor who alleged Kevin Spacey attempted to have sex with him when he was just a 14-year-old boy, nearly 30 years ago. That allegation opened the door further for accusers, who began to cite incidents of sexual harassment that might have taken place decades ago, but were just now coming to light.

Dustin Hoffman

Need more proof that the #MeToo movement was unafraid to take down the biggest names in Hollywood? Look no further than Hollywood legend Dustin Hoffman, who is now alleged by six actors and actresses of sexual abuse. Back in 1985, for example, Hoffman allegedly made sexual advances on a 17-year-old male assistant. In other cases, Hoffman propositioned fellow actresses, attempting to have sex with them in his hotel rooms.

James Toback

Hollywood director and writer James Toback was already the subject of a blistering Los Angeles Times investigative report into his sexual misconduct dealings with 38 women when another 200 women stepped forward with their own sordid details of how Toback attempted to have sex with them. That makes a grand total of 238 alleged cases of sexual misconduct. To put that into perspective, that means that Toback attempted to sexually harass one new woman, every week of the year, for nearly five straight years!

James Franco

Some of the charges of sexual misconduct have been more innuendo than formal complaint. Now, some top Hollywood actresses are bringing up James Franco as a potential sexual deviant. For example, actress Ally Sheedy sent out a cryptic tweet, suggesting that Franco was the reason that she left the film and entertainment business. Other women have now claimed that Franco tried to convince them to do full frontal nudity scenes in his films, mostly out of his desire to seduce them. What made the allegations all the more damaging for Franco is that he won a Golden Globe award on January 7. Two days later, he was forced to show up on Stephen Colbert’s “The Late Show” to deny any wrongdoing.

Morgan Spurlock

The documentary director Morgan Spurlock, best known for his film “Super Size Me,” owned up to a history of sexual misconduct that dates all the way back to his college days. His history of rape allegations once again resurfaced, putting Spurlock into the spotlight. Later, Spurlock admitted that he had cheated on just about every one of his romantic partners, including his two wives, and that his pattern of sexual activity was far from normal.

Louis C.K.

One of America’s funniest comedians also got caught up in a series of sexual misconduct allegations that trace out a sordid history of more than 15 years. The most damaging of those came from two fellow comedians (both women), who alleged that Louis C.K. would often undress in front of them and then masturbate. Other women claimed that Louis C.K.. would call them in the middle of the night, while obviously in the middle of masturbating.

Steven Seagal

The action hero Steven Seagal has now been accused by three women of sexual misconduct, including one incident in which he used a “casting couch” to seduce a woman and force her to take off her dress. Other women have claimed that Seagal exposed himself to them in a hotel room.

Many Others Accused

That’s just a partial list of all the powerful directors, producers and actors who have been called out on the Hollywood black carpet of shame for a past history of sexual misconduct. These Hollywood insiders have also fallen from grace:

  • Paul Haggis – Accused by five women of rape and forcible oral sex
  • Matt Lauer – Accused of sexually harassing and intimidating women on the set of the “Today” show
  • Jeremy Piven – Accused by multiple women of various forms of sexual misconduct
  • Brett Ratner – Accused of raping or abusing several high-profile actresses
  • Charlie Rose – Fired by CBS News, PBS and Bloomberg for groping women on the set and walking around naked in front of them
  • Russell Simmons – Accused of aggressive sexual behavior, including forcible oral sex and a potential shower rape
  • Jeffrey Tambor – Accused of sexually harassing transgender actors
  • Ben Vereen – Accused of sexually abusing two women on the set of a community theater production of “Hair”
  • Ed Westwick – Accused by two actresses of sexual impropriety

As the Hollywood #MeToo movement gathered in intensity in 2017, it started to take down powerful men in the media and government – including former comedian and current Senator Al Franken, who admitted to forcibly groping a woman in 2006 while on a USO Tour. And don’t forget about former President George H.W. Bush, who has been accused of telling dirty jokes around women and lightly patting their behinds as a way of flirting with them.

While the accusations have been sordid and salacious in many cases, they are important because they have helped to shine a new light on Hollywood. The first brave women who stepped forward in late 2017 have cleared the path for other women to tell their stories. In doing so, they may be bringing much-needed change to Hollywood.

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TV Review: “SEAL Team”

There has not been a TV show in quite some time hat has so effectively illustrated the tensions and issues involved in America’s battle against its radical external enemies as “SEAL Team.” This new CBS “blood-and-sand” military drama, which launched to initial critical acclaim in September 2017, follows the adventures of an elite Bravo team of Navy SEALs. These brave soldiers are deployed to far-flung points of the globe to do battle with terrorists, extremists and a variety of other evildoers in the world. It’s a first-rate TV show, driven forward in part by the phenomenal acting of a cast led by David Boreanaz.

“SEAL Team” captures the drama and tensions of an elite fighting unit

The major dynamic of “SEAL Team,” of course, is the drama that happens between the members of an elite SEAL team. There is the team leader, Jason Hayes (played by David Boreanaz), as well as four other individuals who play key roles in the 13-episode CBS series: Ray Perry (played by Neil Brown Jr.), Sonny Quinn (played by A.J. Buckley) and Clay Spenser (played by Max Theriot).

How all of these team members interact is really part of the magic and spectacle of this TV show. For example, the closest friend of Jason Hayes is Ray Perry. He is the person that Hayes can count on in true moments of peril, and it is a very singular friendship indeed. And then there is the fascinating story of Clay Spenser, a second-generation Navy SEAL who is currently still adjusting to the life and rigor of being a SEAL. We sense that he is made of strong stuff indeed, but compared to others on his team, he is still very much a SEAL in training. In the very episode of the show, he ends up shooting a terrorist despite strict orders to bring him in alive, setting up enormous tension with his team members.

And there is more that feeds this dramatic tension of this SEAL team. For example, one of the early plotlines of the show (including Episode 1 “Tip of the Spear”) involves how each team member is dealing with the recent loss of a team member. As the series progresses, we start to see the broad outlines of how much these brave men have risked, all in the hopes of protecting their nation and making their families proud.

SEAL Team” sends us on dramatic missions around the world

If you enjoy the “Jason Bourne” movies, in which protagonists are sent around the world to a head-spinning number of exotic locations, you’ll enjoy the narrative of CBS’s “SEAL Team.” There have only been 13 episodes of this riveting new TV show, but it seems like with every new episode, we are sent somewhere truly dangerous and destabilized around the globe. For example, in Episode 2, the team is sent on a mission to destroy chemical weapons. In Episode 3, the team is sent to the South China Sea to rescue a team of researchers. In Episode 5, they are sent to the South Sudan to help evacuate an embassy. Other missions take them to Afghanistan, Yemen and other flash points around the world.

In every one of these cases, the SEAL Team is sent on some of the most dangerous missions possible – and that just ratchets up the dramatic tension of this TV show. In one case, they are sent on a race against time to prevent the implementation of a “dirty bomb” plot. In others, they must capture dangerous war criminals or outwit their rivals from other superpower states. In Episode 9, for example, this SEAL team must match wits with the Russians and the Chinese.

“SEAL Team” features compelling characters, not just stereotypical clichés

Where “SEAL Team” really excels is in its depiction of the inner demons, hard choices, and mental anguish faced by each of the team members. For example, David Boreanaz’s character must grapple with the loss of a close friend in combat. The loss has left him mentally weakened, and he is forced to undergo mandatory therapy as part of his recovery. Not only that, but the anguish of losing one of his “brothers” has resulted in his estrangement from both his wife and children. Add in the fact that a new romantic interest (Mandy Ellis, played by Jessica Paré) lingers on the sidelines of this military drama, and it’s clear to see Jason Hayes is going to have plenty to consider when he is not out there fighting the terrorists.

Much the same can be said for all of the other characters, and perhaps none more so than Max Theriot’s character, Clay Spenser. He, too, must wrestle with inner demons and anguish, not the least of which is the need to measure up to past generations and a heroic father figure. If you are looking for cardboard cutouts and character clichés, it’s time to look somewhere else: “SEAL Team” really delivers when it comes to character development and the type of narrative arc that leaves audiences coming back for more.

SEAL TEAM stars David Boreanaz as Jason Hayes, in a military drama that follows the professional and personal lives of the most elite unit of Navy SEALs as they train, plan and execute the most dangerous, high stakes missions our country can ask of them. SEAL TEAM will be broadcast in the 2017-2018 season on the CBS Television Network. Pictured left to right: Toni Trucks as Davis, Neil Brown Jr. as Ray, David Boreanaz as Jason Hayes, Jessica Paré as Mandy Ellis, Max Thieriot as Clay Spenser and AJ Buckley as Sonny. Photo: Cliff Lipson/CBS ©2017 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved

The true potential of “SEAL Team” has yet to be fully explored

As Season 1 of “SEAL Team” comes to a close, it becomes easier to see how much true potential this CBS TV series has. That potential can be summed up in just a few words: it reminds us of the human element involved in this nation’s battle against terror. This comes through in a number of different ways, and not just when the team members are interacting directly with the ISIS terrorists in far-flung destinations around the world.

For example, there is the tendency to view terrorists as “The Other” – people at the fringe of humanity, with very little in the way of redeeming qualities. But as “SEAL Team” shows us, there is a lot to unpack here. Take Episode 8 – it involves a SEAL mission to extract a U.S. soldier who was captured after deserting. This reminds us that the war against terror comes with its set of internal contradictions: it is possible to support the war, but differ markedly on the tactics. Other episodes hint at the issues raised by the U.S. prison at Gitmo, created to imprison ISIS radicals.

So what’s the big takeaway here? Perhaps the notion that “SEAL Team” has much work yet to be done. The future for CBS’s “SEAL Team” is very bright indeed. It’s easy to see CBS extending this series for another 13 episodes, and TV audiences will once more look forward to the extraordinary adventures of these brave men as they undertake some of the most dangerous and risky mission possible, all in the name of protecting our homeland from unimaginable evil.

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