DISH Network Military Discount and First Responder Discounts
For many people, it takes conscious effort to put down the phone or leave work at 5 to spend a meaningful evening with family. But if you’ve ever spent months deployed overseas or long nights rescuing accident victims, prioritizing family time might come a little easier. To thank emergency responders and military personnel for their […]
Update: Winner of The Office Dream Job Announced!
Over 118,500 fans of The Office applied for USDish’s The Office Dream Job. But which fan is the truest of them all? Which fan can recite Michael’s monologues off-the-cuff? Which fan can fire one-liners in their sleep? Brandi King—that’s who. Of all the most die-hard Office fans in the world, King proved to be the […]
The Ultimate Guide to Watching The Office
If you get dry humor, appreciate dead-pan stares into the camera, and can do without a laugh track, The Office is for you. If you’re a day-one fan, you’re already familiar with Michael’s antics, Jim’s pranks, and Dwight’s “life lessons.” Just in time for The Office’s 15th anniversary, USDISH.com announced its Dream Job, which will […]
2020’s Most Anticipated TV Events
Which TV event in 2020 are people most excited to watch? Do you get dolled up to watch the Golden Globes? Do you throw a red or blue party on election night? Is the Super Bowl an all-day feasting event in your household? The team at USDISH.com wanted to know which TV events Americans are […]
2019 Stephen King Scream Job Challenge Winner
Meet the doctor who took on the master of horror When USDish.com launched the first Stephen King scream job challenge in 2019, there was no shortage of eager entries. But one man, or should we say doctor, stood out from the half a million applicants. Dr. Anthony Tobia, a professor of behavioral medicine and psychiatry […]
Can You Guess Your State’s Favorite Sitcom from the ’90s?
Whatever happened to predictability? The milkman, the paperboy, your favorite ’90s sitcoms on TV? Well, it turns out that even long after the laugh(track)s have died out, the most iconic sitcoms of the 1990s are still a big deal for viewers across the United States, whether they’re catching them again in reruns on cable or […]