Looking for something to watch tonight?
Today we’ve found a whole new set of things to keep you occupied, ranging from free streams of new shorts that were supposed to debut at SXSW this year to a way to virtually ride rides at Disney World.
Below our roundup of today’s suggestions, you’ll find a rundown of the myriad of options out there that we’ve highlighted before.
Find something great we haven’t written about yet? Tell us about it in the comments and we might feature it in a future post.
Watch some Austin City Limits
PBS has made old episodes of Austin City Limits available to stream for free on its website. You can catch performances by The Raconteurs, LCD Soundsystem, Billie Eilish and more.
Visit Disney World
You might not be able to visit Disney World in person right now, but you can experience many of the park’s attractions and shows via YouTube. The YouTube channel “Virtual Disney World” allows you to virtually ride a lot of the park’s ride. If you have a VR headset, then the 360-degree videos will be even more immersive.
Watch a play
London’s Hampstead Theater is offering recorded videos of some of its plays for free on its website. From now until April 5th you can watch “Wild” by Mike Bartlett and directed by James Macdonald. Next week they will be streaming “Wonderland” and the week after, “Drawing the Line.”
Watch shorts that were supposed to debut at SXSW
SXSW 2020 was canceled, but that doesn’t mean you can’t catch some of the shorts that were expected to debut there earlier this month. Mailchimp is hosting a number of the shorts on its site, and all of them are free to stream.
Watch “Some Good News” with John Krasinski
Need a little break from all the bad news? John Krasinski published a video on YouTube called “Some Good News,” a 15-minute talkshow-esque segment where he talks about nothing but good news.