Tis the season to be jolly, but when it comes to holiday parties for your work, it’s important to keep proper etiquette in mind.
On one hand, holiday parties are a great opportunity to let your coworkers see you in… (Continue Reading)
It’s game time! TDS is adding the Game Show Network to its Expanded TV lineup, where thousands of more customers will have access to the channel.
Starting Nov. 9, the Game Show Network is moving channels in Colorado, New Mexico,… (Continue Reading)
Happy Halloween!! To celebrate, Rotten Tomatoes summoned the 150 best-reviewed horror films of all time. Here are the top10-reviewed films.
10. The Night of the Hunter (1955) stars Robert Mitchum and Shelley Winters and is a cult classic. Harry Powell… (Continue Reading)
Get ready, Hallmark movie fans—Christmas movies are here!
This year Hallmark has made a record 36 new movies, airing on both Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. Twenty-two of the new movies will air on Hallmark and 14 will… (Continue Reading)
Don’t get spooked by the Halloween costume frenzy!
Coming up with ideas, shopping for the perfect accessories, and finally getting ready are all part of the fun of dressing up on Halloween—unless they aren’t. Not a Halloween fan? Didn’t have… (Continue Reading)
Nothing beats watching playoff baseball during October. To get you in the spirit, the MLB Network is offering a free preview Oct. 3-10, during the first week of the Post Season.
There will be two games on the MLB Network… (Continue Reading)
If you love hunting, fishing, and outdoor adventure, you’re in luck. During the entire month of October, TDS customers can enjoy a free preview of the Sportsman Channel. With nearly 200 shows to choose from, the Sportsman Channel has the… (Continue Reading)
Labor Day weekend is known to be one of the most popular camping weekends – everyone wants to fit in one last weekend in the outdoors before the leaves and temperatures drop.
If you’re spending your weekend in the outdoors,… (Continue Reading)
The Emmy Awards have been honoring the best in U.S. prime time television programming since 1948. With this year’s award show right around the corner, here are three television dramas you should consider catching up on:
The Americans (FX)
Set… (Continue Reading)
In January of 2010, Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz showed the world that their way of learning about history does not involve a textbook. Rather, it entails digging through what some may deem “trash” to recover the hidden gems of… (Continue Reading)