September 29, 2023

The Search, Find, Watch website finally solves all those endless arguments for parents and their kids!

We’ve all done it. We have all spent countless times scrolling through the listings to find something decent to watch, only to throw our hands up and wonder why we bother. We have all tried to keep young children happy throughout the day. And we all have collapsed exhausted after the kids have gone to bed, and spent time with our significant other to watch a movie or that TV show we’ve wanted to watch. Well, help is finally at hand. Mumsnet has teamed up with the biggest film & TV listings website, to bring us the ‘What To Watch’ club.

What’s more, club members can expect complimentary review copies. And have the chance to win some nice goodies while being kept updated with the biggest new titles coming to home entertainment. Members will be able to discover what new titles they can rent or own over the coming months via FindAnyFilm’s quarterly ‘What To Watch’ trailers. A brand spanking new entertainment page will also be launched. This way, Mumsnetters can receive the round-up of the best of home entertainment to watch over the summer months. And it’s great news as it launches today!


Over the coming months, there will be something for everybody. Feel like a good old-fashioned period drama? Try ‘Downton Abbey: A New Era.’ Are you in the mood for a bit of comedy/ adventure to keep you entertained? You can’t go wrong with Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum in Paramount Pictures’ ‘The Lost City.’ Do you have small ones to keep entertained? You’re covered with Disney’s ‘Encanto’, or even Camila Cabello’s musical re-imagining of ‘Cinderella.’ Fancy something scandalous for when the kids are asleep? There’s always the BBC drama ‘Gentleman Jack’ to keep you occupied.

The Lost City
Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum star in Paramount Pictures’ “THE LOST CITY.”

The first ‘What To Watch’ titles are:

Cinderella, Death On The Nile. Downton Abbey: A New Era, Encanto. Gentleman Jack: Series 2, Jurassic Park/ Jurassic World: 5-Movie Collection. Lancaster, Morbius. Respect, Sing 2, Sonic The Hedgehog 2. The Lost City, Turning Red, and Uncharted.

Sonic (Ben Schwartz) in SONIC THE HEDGEHOG 2 from Paramount Pictures and Sega. Photo Credit: Courtesy Paramount Pictures and Sega of America.


Do you find yourself lost each night, looking for something to watch in the endless scroll of films and TV shows?


Mumsnet is coming to the rescue, as they’ve teamed up with the UK’s biggest film and TV listings website, FindAnyFilm, to launch the ‘What to Watch’ Club. Families can share their reviews, become part of a completely new community, and get the hottest recommendations for the best and latest titles to own and watch now!

RED ALERT – In Disney and Pixar’s all-new original feature film “Turning Red,” 13-year-old Mei Lee “poofs” into a giant panda when she gets too excited (which for a teenager is practically ALWAYS). This unfortunate new reality for the teenager lands her in a multitude of awkward situations. Featuring Rosalie Chiang as the voice of Mei Lee, “Turning Red” will debut exclusively on Disney+ (where Disney+ is available) on March 11, 2022. © 2022 Disney/Pixar. All Rights Reserved.


The ‘What to Watch’ Club will be an exclusive invitation to all Mumsnetters to host reviews and suggestions of the latest and greatest film and TV shows for that perfect night in. Club members can expect complimentary review copies and regular competitions to win goodies galore while being updated with the biggest new titles coming to home entertainment. They’ll also be able to learn about all the new titles to rent or own in the coming months via FindAnyFilm’s quarterly ‘What to Watch’ trailers.


A brand-new entertainment page will also launch, so Mumsnetters can receive round-ups of the best films and TV to watch over the summer – think of it as your own personal film and TV guru!

Sing 2
Sing 2, A Universal Pictures/ Illumination Entertainment Release.


The UK is a nation of film and TV lovers, with two-thirds* of Brits stating that watching film and TV was their favorite kind of entertainment, with the majority of us saying film nights bring us huge joy!


Over the next few months, there’s something for everyone, from Sandra Bullock in the comedy-adventure The Lost City to the big screen outing in Downton Abbey: A New Era, or how about a hairbrush singalong with Camila Cabello in the magical re-imagining of Cinderella? Alternatively, immerse yourself in Disney’s magical family favorite Encanto, featuring Lin-Manuel Miranda’s stunning soundtrack, or catch up with the latest series of the scandalous Gentleman Jack. We’ve got you covered no matter what you’re in the mood for!

(l-r.) Allen Leech stars as Tom Branson, Nathalie Baye as Mme Montmirail, Elizabeth McGovern as Cora Grantham, Hugh Bonneville as Robert Grantham, Tuppence Middleton as Lucy Branson, Laura Carmichael as Lady Edith, Jonathan Zuccäi as M Montmirail, Jim Carter as Mr. Carson, Imelda Staunton stars as Lady Bagshaw and Harry Hadden-Paton as Bertie Pelham in DOWNTON ABBEY: A New Era, a Focus Features release.
Credit: Ben Blackall / © 2022 Focus Features LLC


Gemma at Mumsnet said “Mumsnet is incredibly excited to be partnering with FindAnyFilm to launch our very own ‘What to Watch’ Club. Mumsnet users are avid TV and film enthusiasts, and they love to talk about it, with our TV and film boards receiving 12 million page views this year alone! Creating a ‘What to Watch’ Club will allow our users to engage with one another through their shared love of film and TV, whilst building and generating huge excitement and buzz around the newest films and shows to own and rent at home, for the perfect family night in.”

Morbius (Jared Leto) in Columbia Pictures’ MORBIUS.

So what are you waiting for? This is the perfect club for all those busy parents out there. It will help to keep the young ones occupied while giving the parents something great to cuddle up together with later on. Sign up TODAY!

Find Any Film

            Sources: Mumsnet/ FindAny Film.Com



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