#Conspiracy Theory

What's New on Hulu (and What's Leaving) in November

November is a busy month at Hulu. The streaming service is dropping holiday specials, new seasons of your old favorites and new movies on their site all November long. That means Netflix isn't your only option for fresh entertainment. Hulu's new list of streamable November shows also includes a second...
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New Study Highlights Dangers of COVID Conspiracy Theories

You attract what you think, and this does not only apply for the good things, but also the terrible ones. According to a new study, our personal beliefs on COVID conspiracies "prospectively predict health behavior and well-being during a pandemic," and such beliefs make exposure more likely to test positive to COVID-19 infection.
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Lizzy Caplan Dishes On Her Surprising Favorite Celebrity Conspiracy Theory From Inside Job - Exclusive

Lizzy Caplan's "Inside Job" is precisely the kind of off-the-walls animated comedy we need in 2021, and the series is rife with pop culture parodies and conspiracy theories. Whether it's Oprah being a member of the Illuminati or Taylor Swift's secret identity as a lizard person, every minute of the Netflix series has more delightfully absurd nuggets to devour.
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Hulu November 2021: Everything new coming this month

Happy November, or as I like to call it: The Month That Season Two Of The Great Drops. If you've spoken to me about television for more than three minutes, you would be (painfully) aware that The Great is one of my most favorite shows in recent memory. And huzzah, it's back for a second season! This season, we follow a young Catherine (the wonderful Elle Fanning) after she took Russia's throne from her husband, Peter (the also wonderful Nicholas Hoult). It's not a show that you watch for historical accuracy as much as you watch it for shenanigans and debauchery, of which there is plenty. If you don't believe me, check out the trailer.

Inside Job Stars Slater, Duke Talk Netflix Series, Conspiracy Theories

Inside Job, starring Christian Slater (True Romance, Very Bad Things) and Clark Duke (Hot Tub Time Machine, Kick-Ass), dropped last week on Netflix. Set levels below Washington DC, Inside Job is an adult animated comedy about the shadow government – and the dysfunctional team whose daily grind is committing the world's conspiracies. From convoluted coverups to secret societies to masked orgy etiquette, navigating office culture at Cognito Inc. can be tricky, especially for the disgraced former head of the organization, Rand Reilly (Slater), and lovable DC yes-man Brett Hand (Duke). Even in a workplace filled with reptilian shapeshifters and psychic mushrooms, current CEO Reagan Ridley (Lizzy Caplan) thinks she can make a difference if only she could manage her unhinged, manifesto-writing father and her irresponsible coworkers. Slater and Duke take time out from plotting the deep state conspiracies to chat with Bleeding Cool about Inside Job, conspiracy theories, and let it slip that this is all a CIA-backed counterintelligence operation.

Want to Avoid Conspiracy Theories and Misinformation on Facebook? Good Luck

Facebook has been accused of knowing that its platform enabled misinformation to reach a significant number of people, especially in the US, long before the 2020 presidential election and the Jan. 6 attack on the US Capitol led to increased scrutiny of the company's policies. NBC News reports that a...

Squid Game: Top Conspiracy Theories

The world has been obsessed with Netflix’s newest Korean Drama Squid Game, created by Hwang Dong-hyuk in 2021. The show was as close as you can get to cinematic perfection, and with is coming many conspiracies after it was aired. Here are the most mind-bending and intriguing conspiracy theories for Squid Game. Warning, there are spoilers ahead!

The Conspiracy Theory That Connects Stephen King To John Lennon's Murder

It seems like there are more and more conspiracy theories out there. People are casting doubt on everything from election results to whether 9/11 was an inside job to what is in vaccines that are intended to help end pandemics. This is not a new phenomenon — there has been speculation on past events, like who was the person that shot John F. Kennedy, per Popular Mechanics. It's just that the internet has made it much easier to push those theories out there, given the fact that it is ridiculously simple for people to access it nowadays. People have also seemingly lost their critical thinking skills along the way, too. Once people dig in, also, it can be difficult to get them to see the error of their ways.