Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Feeln in conjunction with Blog Meets Brand, and I have been compensated for my participation. All opinions are my own
It’s National Streaming Day! It’s a day that celebrates the freedom that streaming has given to the viewing public. No longer do we have to watch what TV executives tell us to watch on a particular day and time, nor do we have to record the shows that are important to us. Now we can watch what we want when we want it!
There are plenty of streaming options, but what’s exciting are the new niche options available. One of these is Feeln. It’s a streaming service that gives you access to the exclusive library of Hallmark Hall of Fame features plus Hollywood movies and TV series, as well as award-winning originals that aren’t available anywhere else. Feeln provides these positive messages and stores for as little as $1.99 a month – that’s such a fantastic bargain for high-quality content and rich family entertainment. Feeln can be accessed through most popular streaming services like AppleTV and Roku and can be enjoyed on your television, tablet, smartphone, and more.
Feeln handpicks their content to bring you the stories you love. Heartfelt stories of love, family, and more. They have just announced their new weekly series, “The Eleventh,” which stars Academy-Award- and Emmy-winning actress Cloris Leachman (“Raising Hope,” “Phyllis,” “Mary Tyler More”), Chris Atkins (“Blue Lagoon”), Emmy winner Ed Asner (“UP,” “Lou Grant”), Florence Henderson ( “The Brady Bunch),” and Tracy Nelson (“Down and Out in Beverly Hills”).
I screened the first two episodes of this original drama series, and I’m hooked. It’s the story of a young girl’s journey to fulfill her mother’s dying wish that she connect with her estranged grandmother (brilliantly played by Cloris Leachman). She runs into trouble when her father (Chris Atkins) finds out she’s spending time with her. There is palpable tension, and family secrets are unfolding as we learn more about the family’s past.
“The Eleventh” Trailer
“The Eleventh” is a story of hope and healing. Leachman leads this cast with the fantastic portrayal of a grandmother who’s looking for forgiveness, healing, and hope. The story combines the mystery of what happened so many years go that’s changed this family with bits of levity that cuts through the tension. It’s an emotional journey from the first episode, and you can’t help but root for this family.